As the technology leader and partner of choice, the San Francisco Department of Technology aims to improve government services, the community, and the lives of employees, residents, businesses and visitors of the City and County of San Francisco through smart and responsive use of technology.
San Francisco Publishes Connectivity Plan
The San Francisco Department of Technology defines Connectivity as the process of building and maintaining a constant connection between two or more points across multiple platforms.
Connectivity is foundational for City business and public prosperity. The Connectivity Plan establishes the case for a municipal and managed fiber network, programs that work to expand fiber, optimization of #SFWiFi, and, perhaps most important, increased digital inclusion.
Announcing New Digital Service & Products Division
We will build modern, sustainable digital products to better serve San Francisco residents, businesses, and visitors.
DT announces this new service division to create digital assets and tools to modernize brick-and-mortar civic services. Our work creates online alternatives for a constituency that increasingly expects an app for that to satisfy their service needs.
#SFWiFi - Public WiFi on Market St. and 33 Public Spaces
“Wi-Fi in our City’s parks is another step toward a larger vision of connectivity for our City as a whole, bridging the digital divide and ensuring that our diverse communities have access to innovation,” said Mayor Lee. “This project is a top priority for my administration because of the endless benefits that free Wi-Fi will bring to the residents and visitors of San Francisco. Thank you to Supervisor Farrell, Google and sf.citi for their truly innovative public-private partnership to connect our residents in new ways.”