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Welcome to the Technology & Innovation Department

Our site is designed to tell you our story – who we are, what we do, where we’ve been and where we are going.

Our philosophy is to work across traditional boundaries and improve government service for the Long Beach community. IT service delivery will be realized through a management approach involving three integral components: people, process and technology. This management approach will be embraced and implemented throughout our department.

In the midst of improved service and collaboration, privacy and security of constituent data and personal information will remain paramount. Long Beach constituents can rest assured that we are doing everything possible to fight the evolving threats faced in computer security.

Our plans also place a greater focus on creating a more energy-efficient computer environment at the City, among other things and places a significant emphasis on transparency, openness and civic engagement. We have high hopes and expectations for our department and our City in the next several years, and we are committed to making Long Beach a premier place to live, work, learn and play.

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As part of the Technology and Innovation Department’s (TID) efforts to develop TID 26, the department’s short-term information technology strategic plan, we are launching a community survey and hosting two community workshops. 
For the third consecutive year, the City of Long Beach has been recognized as the first-place Top Digital City for its population size in the 2023 Digital Cities Survey, an annual survey that evaluates how cities across the nation use technology to advance city goals, operations and services to the community.
As technology evolves, cybercriminals are working fast to find ways to compromise technology and disrupt personal and business life. Cyber risk management has become a top priority for the City of Long Beach as the number of cyberattacks has increased over the last few years.
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