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(a) A number of City departments control fiber-optic facilities that they use to provide municipal and other services. In addition to the Department of Technology, these departments include the Municipal Transportation Agency and the Public Utilities Commission.
(b) Because no single City department controls these fiber-optic facilities, City departments are not in a position to make the best use of these valuable City assets.
(a) By December 31, 2016, the Department of Technology shall develop a list, map, and catalogue of all City-owned fiber-optic facilities in digital format that shall be readily available to all City departments.
(b) The Department of Technology shall ensure that the list, map, and catalogue are regularly updated as additional fiber-optic facilities are obtained by City departments.
(c) Any City department needing fiber-optic facilities to provide municipal or other services shall contact the Department of Technology to determine whether any existing City-owned fiber-optic facilities are available to serve the department's needs.
(a) The Public Utilities Commission shall consider and approve any future efforts to develop a City-wide fiber-optic network.
(b) The requirements of this section shall be subject to funding by the Board of Supervisors.
"Fiber-optic facilities" shall mean optical fiber strands, cables, conduits, connectors/ splitters, and all associated transmitters and receivers.