STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN
The Strategic Technology Fund supports the maintenance and enhancement to the City’s systems. This includes more than 300 servers, over 800 terabytes of data storage, more than 100 applications, and a network infrastructure connecting City Hall with 30 remote sites. Accomplishments Guided by objectives established in the STP, the following accomplishments improved efficiency and services in Fiscal Year 2018‐19:
A CCESS I RVINE M OBILE A PPLICATION Launched the new Access Irvine application with enhanced features including a new interactive design, improved Geographic Information System (GIS) map, and upgraded status notification system. E LECTRONIC P LAN R EVIEW AND I NSPECTOR M OBILITY S YSTEMS Implemented a cloud‐based electronic plan review system to streamline the City’s permitting process by providing a seamless permit review and approval process. The new solutions are expected to reduce trips to City Hall, increase efficiency, decrease response time, and provide an enhanced customer experience. M ICROFICHE D IGITAL C ONVERSION Converted 95 percent of legacy microfiche to digital assets to increase efficiency and enhance access to information. This project is on track to be completed by December 2019. S ERVER V IRTUALIZATION AND D ATACENTER C ONSOLIDATION Virtualized servers and consolidated three data centers to reduce on‐going costs, increase productivity, enhance security, decrease energy consumption, and reduce the floor space footprint.
FY 2019‐21 Adopted Budget
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