Governing Boards

 

Innovation, Grants, Technology, Commerce, and Trade (IGTCT)

The Innovation, Grants, Technology, Commerce, and Trade (ITGS) is a Council Committee that oversees the following areas in City Government, and other related functions of these departments not elsewhere specifically assigned:

  • Information Technology Agency - Information systems, enhanced delivery of service, adoption of technology, departmental technology initiatives, communication services, cable television franchises and matters relative to the Telecommunications Trust Fund;

  • Los Angeles World Airports

  • Port of Los Angeles

The Information Technology Oversight Committee (ITOC)

The Information Technology Oversight Committee oversees key City technology projects and initiatives.  ITA serves as a primary adviser to the Committee. This oversight includes, but is not limited to:

  • Reviewing and developing proposals for significant IT infrastructure investments in the City with a goal of achieving standardization and economies of scale.

  • Reviewing and developing proposals for significant IT systems projects in the City, including project plans, goals, and impacts.

  • Oversight of significant ongoing IT systems and infrastructure projects.

  • Reviewing and proposing significant initiatives related to IT services in the City, such as consolidation proposals.

  • Reviewing or developing and approving significant IT policies in the City, such as policies related to e-mail retention or security.

  • Developing, with the support of ITA, new IT initiatives including those related to infrastructure, systems, policies, and services.

The Committee membership consists of the CLA, CAO, and Mayor's Office (C.F. 09-1714). These offices are the three primary oversight entities in the City. ITA attend as an ex oficio member to present reports and recommendations as needed.

Information Technology Policy Committee (ITPC)

The IT Policy Committee (ITPC) is a citywide IT policy and standards body that promotes effective communication, collaboration, and consistency of IT initiatives across 41 City departments.  The Committee is comprised of Director of Systems and Senior IT Managers from the City departments. Subcommittees are utilized to help develop policies on IT topics that require specific expertise.