§ 21-2502.  Information Technology Strategic Plan Procedure.
   (1)   To satisfy the requirements of Section 21-2501, the Managing Director, or his or her designee, shall, by regulation, adopt a procedure for developing an annual information technology strategic plan that summarizes and evaluates the current state of the City's telecommunications and information technology infrastructure and details and analyzes the costs and benefits of the City's plans for the acquisition, management, and use of telecommunications and information technology over the next five fiscal years. The strategic plan, in addition to the requirements under Executive Order 12-11, shall include an assessment of how the City is working to:
      (a)   Improve organizational maturity and capacity in the effective management of telecommunications and information technology;
      (b)   Establish performance management and improvement processes to ensure City telecommunications and information technology systems and services are efficient and effective;
      (c)   Minimize overlap, redundancy, and cost in City operations and workflow processes by promoting the efficient and effective use of telecommunications and information technology;
      (d)   Reduce the cost of City government through the use of telecommunications and information technology;
      (e)   Improve the delivery of City services through the use of telecommunications and information technology;
      (f)   Reduce the amount of paper City government uses, promote the creation and conversion of any records to searchable electronic format, and otherwise advance the goals of becoming a "paperless" City government;
      (g)   Promote the availability of all public records on the internet;
      (h)   Ensure that an electronic option is available to handle all City employee transactions and interactions between the City and citizens; and
      (i)   Ensure that every field on every paper form that the City collects has a digital and/or database presence and that no field on any paper form is not captured digitally.