Project Summaries

Pending: 2020-xx-xx Spring Resolution No. xx

Submitted for Board approval

  • Adobe (Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing): Adobe has partnered with the Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing to provide services valued at $76,800. Such services include developing a public messaging campaign to educate San Franciscans about the crisis of homelessness and the solutions.  

 

  • Civic Consulting USA (Office of Economic and Workforce Development): Civic Consulting USA has partnered with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development to provide services valued at $100,000. Such services include developing and implementing a Small Business Agenda (Vision and Mission).

 

  • Civic Consulting USA (Rent Board): Civic Consulting USA has partnered with the Rent Board to provide services valued at $76,800. Such services include conducting user research, and creating a communications and content strategy to help make services more user-friendly and accessible for residents.

 

  • fuseproject (The Recreation and Parks Dept.): fuseproject has partnered with the Recreation and Parks Dept., to provide services valued at $96,800. Such services include developing a Smart Parks Strategic Plan to declare priorities, focus its efforts, and engage its stakeholders.   

 

  • M. Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates, Inc. (Treasure Island Development Authority): Gensler has partnered with the Treasure Island Development Authority to provide services valued at $76,800. Such services include developing a programming and design space tailored to replace current residential treatment beds and transitional housing, as provided by HealthRIGHT360, on one of TISDA’s affordable housing parcels.

  • Slalom (Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development): Slalom has partnered with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community development to provide services valued at $192,000. Such services include making access to housing resources more racially equitable through a racial equity focused review of their affordable housing application data and policies to determine if they are creating barriers for African American applicants.

  • Accenture (San Francisco International Airport): Accenture has partnered with the San Francisco International Airport to provide services valued at $99,840. Such services include designing a framework to improve and streamline communication with and amongst frontline workers.

  • Adobe (Office of Transgender Initiatives): Adobe has partnered with the Office of Transgender Initiatives to provide services valued at $62,400. Such services include developing a communications strategy to improve City and nonprofit partners' communications with the transgender and gender nonconforming community.

  • Salesforce (Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development): Salesforce has partnered with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development to provide services valued at $97,500. Such services include developing a digital and e-commerce curriculum for low-income housing residents. 

  • Civic Consulting Alliance (Office of Racial Equity): Civic Consulting Alliance has partnered with the Office of Racial Equity to provide services valued at $99,840. Such services include developing a meaningful set of indicators for San Francisco Citywide racial equity index.  

2019-10-01 Fall Resolution No. 433-19

  • Adobe (Office of Civic Innovation): Adobe has partnered with The Office of Civic Innovation, where they will provide consulting services valued at $76,800. Such services include creating a repeatable process to share and replicate innovations developed through OCI programs.

 

  • Adobe (DataSF): Adobe has partned with DataSF, where they will provide services valued at $76,800. Such services include improving the department’s approach to data sharing, providing case studies, and suggesting architectural principles for data infrastructure.   

 

  • Civic Consulting USA (Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development): Civic Consulting USA has partnered with the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, where they will provide services valued at $80,000. Such services include assisting in determining how to ensure that all tenants receive free legal counsel in accordance with the “No Eviction Without Representation Act” of 2018, through the co-design of a referral system.  

 

  • Civic Consulting USA (Office of Transgender Initiatives): Civic Consulting USA has partnered with the Office of Transgender Initiatives, where they will provide services valued at $80,000. Such services include improving access to services by helping create a more user-centric manual, translating that manual into four languages, and furthering a digital outreach.

 

  • Cosine Collective (Marty Low Associates) (Dept. of Emergency Management): Cosine Collective has partnered with the Dept. of Emergency Management, where they will provide services valued at $80,000. Such services include determining the viability of the nurse-triage concept to more effectively and efficiently handle medical calls that do not require ambulance assistance.

 

  • Digitalist (Public Works Pit Stop Program): Digitalist has partned with the Public Works Pit Stop Program, where they will provide services valued at $80,000. Such services include developing operating procedures, establish locations, and collect and present data that will enable the program to expand efficiently and effectively.   

 

  • fuseproject (Dept. of Public Health Street Medicine Program): fuseproject has partnered with the Dept. of Public Health’s Street Medicine Program, where they will provide services valued at $76,800. Such services include sharing the program’s learnings with a larger community of public health providers looking for innovative harm reduction programs to address the opioid epidemic.

 

  • Harvard Business School (Dept. of Public Works): Harvard Business School has partnered with the Dept. of Public Works, where they will provide services valued at $80,000. Such services include analyzing peer cities and developing recommendations for improving street cleanliness.

 

  • Slalom LLC (Dept. of Police Accountability): Slalom, LLC has partnered with the Dept. of Police Accountability, where they will provide services valued at $120,000. Such services include defining the process for filing and processing citizen complaints, exchanging information, and tracking cases.  

 

 

2019-12-17 Fall Resolution No. 548-19

  • Google (Planning Dept. & Dept. of Building Inspection): Google, Inc., has partned with The Planning Department and Department of Building Inspection, where they will provide consulting services valued at $750,000 for the 12/20/2019 for one year. Such services include analyzing the City’s pre-approval, permitting, and development processes, and recommending business process improvements to accelerate the production of housing in San Francisco.

 

2019-04-16 Spring Resolution No. 185-19

  • City Innovate (Dept. of Technology): City Innovate, a project of The Giving Back Fund, has partnered with the Department of Technology, where they will provide consulting services valued at $125,000 for the time period of 2018-2023.