Technology Services Board

Public Meeting

September 29, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                               Media Contact:  Adam Dondro (916) 319-9223

September 20, 2011

 The Technology Services Board (TSB) of the Office of Technology Services (OTech) will hold a public meeting on Thursday, September 29, 2011, at 2 p.m., at the Byron Sher Auditorium of the Environmental Protection Agency, at 1001 I Street, in Sacramento. The meeting will be webcast live and may be accessed from the “What’s New” section of OTech’s website at: http://www.otech.ca.gov/.

 The TSB will address issues relating to OTech and its state and local agency customers. Public participation, comments and questions will be welcome for each agenda item. The agenda is available online at: http://www.otech.ca.gov/tsb/tsb.asp.

 The agenda includes the OTech Rate Package for Fiscal Year (FY) 2011/2012, information about Local Government Outreach, and updates on the Service Improvement Program, Cannery Relocation, and Assembly Bill 2408.

 The TSB provides oversight and guidance to OTech, helping to ensure its services meet customer needs. It is comprised of 13 members and includes the Secretary of California Technology as the Chair, the Director of Finance as Vice-Chair, the State Controller, and the Secretaries of the California Emergency Management Agency; Department of Food and Agriculture; Business, Transportation and Housing Agency; Environmental Protection Agency; Health and Human Services Agency; Labor and Workforce Development Agency; Natural Resources Agency; State and Consumer Services Agency; Department of Veterans Affairs; and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

 The OTech provides information technology services to state, federal and local government entities throughoutCalifornia. Through the use of a scalable, reliable and secure statewide network, combined with expertise in voice and data technologies, OTech delivers comprehensive, cost-effective computing, networking, electronic messaging and training solutions to benefit the people ofCalifornia.