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File #: 190568    Version: Name: Administrative Code - Acquisition of Surveillance Technology
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Introduced: 5/21/2019 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: Final action: 6/14/2019
Enactment date: 6/14/2019 Enactment #: 107-19
Title: Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to require that City departments acquiring surveillance technology, or entering into agreements to receive information from non-City owned surveillance technology, submit a Board of Supervisors approved Surveillance Technology Policy Ordinance, based on a policy or policies developed by the Committee on Information Technology (COIT), and a Surveillance Impact Report to the Board in connection with any request to appropriate funds for the purchase of such technology or to accept and expend grant funds for such purpose, or otherwise to procure surveillance technology equipment or services; require each City department that owns and operates existing surveillance technology equipment or services to submit to the Board a proposed Surveillance Technology Policy Ordinance governing the use of the surveillance technology; and requiring the Controller, as City Services Auditor, to audit annually the use of surveillance technology equipment or services and the conformity of such use with an approved Surveillance Technology Policy Ordinance and provide an audit report to the Board of Supervisors.
Sponsors: Aaron Peskin, Norman Yee, Shamann Walton, Hillary Ronen, Matt Haney, Ahsha Safai
Attachments: 1. Referral FYI 020619, 2. Referral FYI 031919, 3. Public Corr. 032019, 4. Pulbic Corr. 032019, 5. Public Corr. 032919, 6. Comm Pkt 041519, 7. Public Corr. 041519, 8. Comm Pkt 042219, 9. Comm Pkt 050619, 10. Public Corr. 050219, 11. Board Pkt 051419, 12. Leg Ver1, 13. Leg Dig Ver1, 14. Board Pkt 052119, 15. Leg Ver2, 16. Leg Dig Ver2, 17. Board Pkt 060419, 18. Leg Final
Related files: 190926, 190110
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