California law requires local agencies to publish a list of “enterprise” systems. These are systems that are used across multiple departments or that contain information collected about the public and are systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency. Certain systems are exempt from this requirement. Learn more about this law.
|Vendor||Product||System Purpose||Category/Data Type||Custodian||Collection Frequency||Update Frequency|
|Microsoft||Office Suite||To create administrative and project documents||Agendas, minutes, budgets, administrative and project spreadsheets, contracts, presentations, administrative and project documents||N/A||As needed||As needed|
|Intuit||Quickbooks||Accounting software to track accounts receivable, accounts payable, payments, aging||Accounting records, project and vendor information||N/A||As needed||As needed|
|ESRI||ArcGIS||Geographic Information System (GIS)||Electronic representation of geographic information||N/A||As needed||As needed|
|Adobe||Acrobat Standard||Application to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files||Portable Document Format (PDF)||N/A||As needed||As needed|
|Google Workspace||Email, video conferencing, and file sharing||Emails, project spreadsheets and documents||N/A||As needed||As Needed|