Information Technology Department
Through our leadership, expertise and strategic partnerships, we deliver innovative, cost effective technology solutions to support city wide operations and provide excellent service to the community.
The Information Technology (IT) Department maintains and administers all City business technology. The IT team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and enabling efficient City government. The department is comprised of three major functions with seven divisions.
Strategic Planning / Administration
Roger Root, Manager
Customer Services / Applications
Mike Sinor, Assistant Director
Public Safety Technology
Duke Arakaki, Manager
Holly Grover, Senior Analyst
Infrastructure / Operations
Tom Pelster, Assistant Director
Network / Communication
GIS / Internet
Matthew Donaldson, Manager
Matthew Donaldson, Manager
Scott Adrian, Manager
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Hong Sae (Sae)
Chief Information Officer
401 Oak Street, Suite 404
Roseville, CA 95678
* Leaders in technology for Roseville.
* Strategic partners working together to succeed.
* Flexible and agile to meet business needs with innovation.
* Collaborative work environment.
* Valued Partnerships
* Excellent Service
* Superior Results
Visit the Online Services page to access technology and other services offered by the City.
To help provide our customers with high quality customer service, the IT Department has adopted this customer service pledge.
|The Department of Homeland Security has declared October National Cyber Security Awareness Month to increase the understanding of cyber security practices and the role that each of us plays in keeping cyberspace safe and secure. |
Some of the biggest threats to our cyber security do not rely on complex and high-tech viruses, but instead take advantage of our human nature. These threats can be disguised as emails or fake social network links that require us to give them our personal information and passwords.
|This has been a transformational year on the way we do business, learning new things, diversifying our project portfolio and continuously innovating & adjusting to the ever changing world – such as network infrastructure building, enterprise mobility rollout, information / big data analysis, cloud computing, crisis responding, request for proposal review and social media interaction. Here are some of the positive highlights in 2013...|
|The Center for Digital Government (CDG) named the City of Roseville, California one of the top technologically progressive and innovative cities its size in the United States for 2013. This marks the third time in four years Roseville has finished as one of the top five highly ranked cities based on population in the CDG's annual Digital Cities Survey.|