San Francisco Digital Services works with other City departments to improve public services. We use technology to make it easier for people to get things done.
We're working on critical issues like affordable housing, small businesses, legal aid for immigrants, and more. Our team is also rebuilding the city’s website from the ground up. This means taking a service-led approach so that anyone using the site can get what they need.
Our work goes beyond websites. We’re re-thinking how public services are designed, by understanding what our users need and building with an agile approach.
San Francisco Digital Services is part of the San Francisco City Administrator's office, led by City Administrator Carmen Chu.
Carmen Chu was the elected Assessor for the City and County of San Francisco. Prior to becoming Assessor, Ms. Chu was an elected representative on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors from 2007 to 2013. She served as Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Policy and Finance from 2004 to 2007. Ms. Chu has over 16 years of governmental management and finance experience with the City and County of San Francisco.
She believes good government works for all people. A financial steward and proven leader, she stands for transparency, accountability and fairness.
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