Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT)

Rancho Cucamonga's Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT) pursues innovation, aiming toward changing the face of technology in local government through world class leadership, inspired creativity, and collaborative thinking.

We achieve this by: 

    Bringing new ideas and leading-edge technologies, which open doors to improved work processes. 

    Strategically working with departments as trusted business partners, and staying customer-driven in our     thinking. 

    Inspiring others to see that technology can change lives, and simplify how people interact with government.

We tell the stories of our successes, and dare to stretch ourselves to achieve excellence.

Our Mission is to be an active partner with all City departments with the mutual goal of providing exceptional customer service to all our constituents, including staff, City Council, our residents, businesses, and visitors.

We Value:

Reliability in the services we provide and in all our business relationships

Accessibility of information and services for our staff and community

Networking between individuals and groups and the role technology plays in fostering creativity and effective partnerships

Change as a driving force behind innovation

Honesty in our partnerships with customers and in our role as stewards of information

Opportunities that technology provides all of us in our quest to excel

DoIT leads innovation in the City's enterprise applications, desktop and mobile devices, server systems, network, and telecommunication systems, as well as its award-winning GIS work with front line departments.

DoIT supports the City’s administrative and community-oriented computer services via the implementation and management of reliable, cost-effective, and innovative services.  The City’s information technology infrastructure includes desktop and notebook computers, printers, central computer servers, enterprise applications, office productivity programs, multi-function photocopiers, and wired and wireless networks.  Our strategic goals are outlined in our Information Technology Master Plan.