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  • Advise the Council on policies, initiatives, and practices related to innovation and technology that could enhance services to the public and increase efficiencies
  • Assist staff in evaluating emerging trends and technologies, and make recommendations for implementing new systems and improving existing services
  • Provide policy guidance on the implementation of "Smart City" policies focusing on areas such as cyber security, promoting digital inclusion, improving mobility, enhancing public safety, and developing communication tools
  • Assist with following legislative developments, funding opportunities, and evaluating agreements and proposals

MEETING INFORMATION

  • Quarterly, first Tuesday of the month or as needed - 6:00 p.m. 
  • 2022 Meetings - March 1, June 7, September 6, December 6
  • Meetings and Agendas
  • By-Laws
  • Innovation and Technology Advisory Committee members are required to complete an FPPC Form 700.

MEMBERS

Madhuri Adettiwar
Technology Industry Representative
Term Expires: February 2023
Diwakar Kasibhotla
Technology Industry Representative
Term Expires: February 2023
George Lin
Technology Industry Representative
Term Expires: February 2024
Justin Troutman
Technology Industry Representative
Term Expires: February 2024
Sara Lashanlo 
Resident at-large
Term Expires: February 2023
Guy Gardner
Resident at-large
Term Expires: February 2024
Srini Kottakota
Resident at-large
Term Expires: February 2024
 
Sandeep Bhatnagar - Alternate #1
Technology Industry Representative
Term Expires: February 2023
Joseph Snyder - Alternate #2
Resident at-large
Term Expires: February 2024

STAFF CONTACT

Steven Spedowfski - Deputy City Manager
(925) 973-2632
[email protected]

PUBLIC COMMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Assembly Bill 361 suspends certain provisions of the Brown Act, allowing public meetings to be held by teleconference. As a precaution to protect the health and safety of staff, officials, and the general public. Committee Members will not be physically in attendance, but will be available via video conference.

There will be no physical location for members of the public to participate in the meeting. We encourage members of the public to access the meeting online using Zoom. It is recommended that anyone wishing to view and/or participate in the meeting, download the Zoom application, www.zoom.us, before the start of the meeting. Zoom participants will have the opportunity to speak during Public Comment (for topics not on the agenda), in addition to each of the agendized items.

If you would like to submit written public comment via email, please do so by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting  to [email protected]. Please include “Public Comment and the date of the meeting” in the subject line. In the body of the email please include your name and the item you wish to comment on. Written comments submitted will be provided to Committee Members prior to the start of the meeting. Written public comment will not be read aloud during the meeting. If you wish to make your comments heard, you must participate in the Zoom meeting.

There will be zero tolerance for any person addressing the Committee making profane, offensive and disruptive remarks, or engaging in loud, boisterous, or other disorderly conduct, that disrupts the orderly conduct of the public meeting.

All public comment is subject to the 3 minute time restriction.

MEETING:  Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. - CANCELLED

HOW TO VIEW OR PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING REMOTELY:

1.  To view or participate in the meeting through Zoom

Livestream online at: 

Webinar ID:  

Use the “Raise Your Hand” button to request to speak when Public Comment is being taken on the agenda item. You will then be unmuted when it is your turn to make your comment for up to three minutes. After the allotted time, you will then be re-muted.

2.   To listen or participate in the meeting by telephone, dial: +1 (669) 900-6833 

Webinar ID: 

Use *9 on your telephone to raise your hand and request to speak when Public Comment is being taken on the Agenda item. You will then be unmuted when it is your turn to make your comment for up to three minutes. After the allotted time, you will then be re-muted.