Founded September 6, 1994. A new era of information technology, with the explosion of communication services offered through the internet, cable television and wireless communications, offers a diversity of challenges for the City of Milpitas. In order to address the on going and rapid changes in telecommunications technology, the City Council formed the Telecommunications Commission. The Commission advises the City Council on matters of telecommunications policy, legislation, and implementation at the local, state, and federal levels. The Commission also considers and recommends information technology services that benefit the Milpitas community. 7 Commissioners and 2 Alternate Members are appointed to three-year terms.
Statement of Economic Interest:
FPPC Form 700 – Statement of Economic Interest is required to be filed by all TC members to reveal any conflict of interest.
The Science, Technology and Innovation Commission shall hold meetings the 3rd Monday of every month, except July, at 7:00 PM at the Committee Conference Room in City Hall, or another designated location.
City Council Liaison:
Garry Barbadillo, Councilmember
Scott Golden, Deputy IT Director