Los Angeles Unified School District

Information Technology Division
Student Email Instructions For Sub-Administrators

Student Account Creation
Information Technology Division is moving towards a single User ID used to access District applications. The management of student email accounts will change as a result of this effort. Effective Friday, August 5, 2005, school email sub-administrators will manage student email accounts through the LAUSD Single Sign On System. Email sub-administrators can create, reset passwords and enable, disable individual student email accounts. Sub-administrators wishing to “batch” create accounts for a minimum of 50 students will need to submit a request to student-email@lausd.net with the following information (see attachment) and follow up with a principal’s signature to process the request: • Student’s 10 digit LAUSD ID • Will the student account be used within the next 120 days? If so, briefly state how. This form is to be used only if creating more than 50 student accounts at one time. “Batch” account requests of less than 50 accounts submitted will be returned to the sub administrator for individual account creation. Student accounts that are unused for 120 days will be deleted. Requests must be made through the school’s email sub-administrator or principal. School sites are responsible for ensuring there is a valid Acceptable Use Policy on file at the school site for the email accounts being requested.

Resources
Internet Safety
Here are some simple rules to follow when you are online. 1. Keep your identity private. 2. Never get together with someone you "meet" online. 3. Never respond to email, chat comments, instant messages or other messages that are hostile, belligerent, inappropriate, or in any way make you feel uncomfortable. 4. Talk with your parents about their expectations and ground rules for going online.
Source: About Online Safety Project (http://www.safeteens.com/), retrieved July 28, 2005.

The following web sites have more information about online safety. • GetNetWise | Online Safety Guide - http://kids.getnetwise.org/safetyguide/kids • CyberSmart! : Lesson Plans and Activity Sheets http://www.cybersmartcurriculum.org/lesson_plans/ • iSafe – http://www.isafe.org For more information see the LAUSD Acceptable Use Policy

Rev 7/07 V.2.0

Los Angeles Unified School District
Information Technology Division
Student Email Instructions For Sub-Administrators
Please send an email attaching an Excel spreadsheet listing the 10 digit student ID numbers of the students for which accounts will be “batch” created to student-email@lausd.net. Include the following information in the body of the email message: • Name of School • Location Code • Name of School Email Sub-administrator • Name of Principal Requests of less than 50 accounts submitted will be returned to the sub administrator for individual account creation. School sites are responsible for ensuring students have a valid Acceptable Use Policy on file at the school site. Please follow up by school mailing this form with required signatures to: LAUSD – Beaudry Bldg ITD – 10th Floor -Educational Technology Student Email Accounts School Name Location Code Phone

In what content area will the student email accounts be used (check all that apply)? Language Arts Mathematics History/ Social Studies Science Visual and Performing Arts Other: __________________

How often will the students be expected to use email? Everyday Once a week Once a month Other _________________

Briefly describe the classroom or school activity in which students will be using email?

Principal’s Name

(please print)

Email Sub-administrator Name

Principal’s Signature

Date

Email Sub-administrator Signature

Date

Rev 7/07 V.2.0

ATTENTION SCHOOL OFFICE STAFF

Connect-ED Student Data Packet
Connect-ED is the District's mass notification system, allowing schools to send customized messages to tens of thousands of students, parents, and staff within minutes. General, emergency, and attendance notifications can be sent via email or telephone. This packet includes a customizable Parent Letter and Take-Home Form to assist schools in obtaining contact information from parents for use in Connect-ED. The packet is available in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean and Chinese. For all Connect-ED resources, please visit the Connect-ED website at http://www.lausd.net > Employees > Connect-ED (under Resources & Applications). What Needs to Be Done Maintaining accurate and complete contact information is an ongoing effort given the volume of telephone number changes occurring in our schools. The attached form allows families to specify which contact numbers should be used for each message type (general, attendance, emergency). Contacts can also provide their email addresses as an added way to receive notifications. Connect-ED communicates messages both through voice mail and electronic mail. The letter and form should be sent home with students. Schools should decide the most effective method for collecting this information. For example, the form can be sent home at the beginning of the school year, or can be collected by track, grade, or other logical criteria to manage the high volume of data entry. Where to Enter this Information For elementary schools, Connect-ED contacts should be entered on Screen 31 in Elementary SIS. Secondary schools must enter contact information on the Student Contacts (ST0003) page, within LAUSDMAX Several resources have been created with step-by-step instructions on entering contact information into the appropriate application. • Connect-ED Usage Guidelines • Office Staff Quick Guide for Elementary Schools: NEW Screen 31 Parent Notification • Office Staff Quick Guide for Secondary Schools: Editing Contact Numbers in LAUSDMAX for use in Connect-ED In addition, the Connect-ED website contains documents related to usage guidelines, training, and getting access to the Connect-ED notification system. Please contact Cheryl Ruiz with questions or concerns: (213) 241-1085 or cheryl.ruiz@lausd.net.

Los Angeles Unified School District

[School Name]

[Date] Dear [School] Parents, In November 2007, the Los Angeles Unified School District began the implementation of a District-wide notification system called Connect-ED which enables us to personally communicate with parents/guardians, and staff, regarding emergency situations, attendance, school events and other important issues impacting you and your child. The Connect-ED service allows us to send personalized voice messages to your family’s home, work or cell phones, and also contact you through email. We are capable of reaching everyone in our school within minutes through the Connect-ED service. This improves school and District communications with our parents/guardians and employees. Keeping parents/guardians more informed and involved has shown to lead to higher student achievement. Please help us by ensuring we have your current contact information. For the first time, the District has the ability to customize where you receive general notification, attendance and emergency communications. What Numbers Should I Provide for Connect-ED? There are three times when the school will attempt to reach you. • General notification messages are sent during the early evening. These messages are non-emergency in nature and announce upcoming events or reminders. • Attendance notification messages are sent during the school day and into the early evening. The most appropriate number is a daytime telephone number. If you are a working parent/guardian, this is most often your work number or cell phone number. If the parent/guardian is home during the day, this is the home telephone number. It is recommended that the attendance number not be the home number if no one is there during the day. • Emergency notification messages are of an urgent nature and can be sent anytime. The number you should provide is where you are most likely to be reached. Connect-ED will call every number stored including the numbers for general and attendance notifications to ensure that the parents/guardians are reached. This number should be for the parent/guardian and not the alternate contacts provided on the emergency cards. The information on the emergency cards will be utilized should the school not be able to reach the parent/guardian. Indicate on the attached form which numbers you would like us to use for the different types of messages. Please be aware that the Connect-ED service cannot dial an extension, so be sure the numbers you include are direct lines. Important Call Delivery Tips: 1. When a call comes from the school (or District), the message recipient’s caller ID will display the school (or District’s) name and phone number. 2. When listening to a message, background noise may cause the system to “stop and start.” Connect-ED is carefully tuned to determine whether a person or an answering machine/voicemail has been reached, and background noise may affect the delivery of

the message. If possible, move to a quiet area, or press the “mute” button on your phone. 3. If you missed any part of a message, please stay on the line and press the “*” (star) key on your phone to hear the entire message again. Please have your child return the attached completed form no later than [Date]. I plan to use the Connect-ED service to send school-wide messages throughout the year. It is important that the school has your current contact information so you can receive these important messages. Please be assured that all personal information will be maintained in the strictest confidence and in compliance with District security policies. It is an honor to serve you and your child here at [School]. Thank you. We look forward to connecting with you in the very near future. Sincerely, [Principal]
LAUSD Notification System: Parent/Guardian Contact Form School: [School Name]

Student Information – Please list all children who attend this school. Date of Birth Grade First Name Middle NameLast Name (mm/dd/yyyy) (K-12) Track (circle one)

/ / / / /

/ / / / /

Traditional B B B B B C C C C C D Traditional D Traditional D Traditional D Traditional D

A A A A A

Contact Information – Please provide the appropriate phone numbers and email addresses for receiving general, attendance, and emergency notifications. All numbers must be direct-dial telephone numbers (no extensions). The same phone number can be used for multiple types of notifications.
Contact Type

Notification Parent/Guardian 1
Middle: Last:

Notification Parent/Guardian 2
First: Street: (leave blank if same) Middle: Last:

NameFirst: AddressStreet:
City:

State:

Zip Code:

City:

State:

Zip Code:

Home Language

(leave blank if same)

Message Types & Preferences – Please indicate which types of messages will be sent to various phone numbers and email addresses.

Contact Type

Notification Parent/Guardian 1

Notification Parent/Guardian 2

Generale.g., school event reminders, non-emergency messages (sent by school) Notification*List only one telephone number on this line unless the child lives in two different households during the school year.

*( (

)

*( -

)

Attendancee.g., student tardy and absence calls during the day (sent by LAUSD Central Office, not by school) NotificationSame as above Notification Parent/Guardian 2 will receive
telephone calls to the same phone number listed for General notification types (above). Emergencye.g., non-student emergency calls, including school closures, evacuations, weather or natural Notificationdisaster alerts, etc. (sent by LAUSD Central Office, not school) Same as above Same as above

)

(

)

@

(

)

@

EmailConnect-ED can send school-related messages via email. Please provide the email address at Addresswhich you would like to receive these messages. Special Needs – Please indicate any special needs when communicating with your family (i.e., hearing
impaired parents/guardians who utilize special TTY equipment).

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Integrated Student Information System 333 South Beaudry Avenue Los Angeles, California 90017

Date: TO: FROM: SUBJECT:

April 17, 2009 APSCS ISIS Communications 18-WEEK PROGRESS REPORTS

Secondary schools preparing to notify parents of any 8th- and 12th-graders in danger of failing for the 2008-2009 school year have two options for managing 18-week progress reports: (1) Manually – Schools may create hard copy forms to distribute to all teachers, requesting that they submit the necessary information for any students in danger of failing their class(es). Schools can continue to use any manual process they have in place currently. (2) Electronically – Schools may have teachers enter grades for appropriate students directly into LAUSDMAX during the final marking period. Some things to consider with this option: a. Schools will have a larger three-week window: School Type 18-Week Window OPENS 4/20 6/1 6/15 6/8 CLOSES 5/7 6/19 6/30 6/26 Regular Final Mark Reporting Window OPENS CLOSES 4/30 5/7 6/4 6/19 6/18 6/30 6/11 6/26

Four-Track (Track D) Single-Track Three-Track (Tracks A,B) Four-Track (Tracks A,B,C)

b. Any grades submitted during the above windows will be treated as final grades in LAUSDMAX. As such, teachers without 8th- or 12th-graders in danger of failing are strongly discouraged from entering grades before the regular final mark reporting window period opens. c. Any school that uses Secondary SIS / Legacy to assist with culmination / graduation review process (e.g., programs MR29 and/or MR30) will have to manage 18-week progress reports electronically (i.e., have teachers enter grades for appropriate students directly into LAUSDMAX during the final marking period). (Reminder: Data entered into LAUSDMAX will appear in Secondary SIS / Legacy the following day after the nightly interface.) d. Grade Entry Windows will not be opened prior to the dates listed under the 18-Week Window. e. Schools choosing to manage the progress reports electronically are reminded to clear out 3rd grading period marks (i.e., 15 week) prior the window opening by using MR09 in Secondary SIS. Schools that opt to manage 18-week progress reports electronically must submit a completed LAUSDMAX Grade Entry Window Change Request form by 4:30PM on Friday, May 22, 2009. Any school wishing an extension may apply, but the window cannot open prior to June 1, 2009. The LAUSDMAX Grade Entry Window Change Request form is available on the ISIS website under Publications > Forms Library. When completing the form, please select ‘Other: 18th Week” as the reason for the request.

Los Angeles Unified School District
Information Technology Division
Student Email Instructions For Sub-Administrators

Student Account Creation
Information Technology Division is moving towards a single User ID used to access District applications. The management of student email accounts will change as a result of this effort. Effective Friday, August 5, 2005, school email sub-administrators will manage student email accounts through the LAUSD Single Sign On System. Email sub-administrators can create, reset passwords and enable, disable individual student email accounts. Sub-administrators wishing to “batch” create accounts for a minimum of 50 students will need to submit a request to student-email@lausd.net with the following information (see attachment) and follow up with a principal’s signature to process the request: • Student’s 10 digit LAUSD ID • Will the student account be used within the next 120 days? If so, briefly state how. This form is to be used only if creating more than 50 student accounts at one time. “Batch” account requests of less than 50 accounts submitted will be returned to the sub administrator for individual account creation. Student accounts that are unused for 120 days will be deleted. Requests must be made through the school’s email sub-administrator or principal. School sites are responsible for ensuring there is a valid Acceptable Use Policy on file at the school site for the email accounts being requested.

Resources
Internet Safety
Here are some simple rules to follow when you are online. 1. Keep your identity private. 2. Never get together with someone you "meet" online. 3. Never respond to email, chat comments, instant messages or other messages that are hostile, belligerent, inappropriate, or in any way make you feel uncomfortable. 4. Talk with your parents about their expectations and ground rules for going online.
Source: About Online Safety Project (http://www.safeteens.com/), retrieved July 28, 2005.

The following web sites have more information about online safety. • GetNetWise | Online Safety Guide - http://kids.getnetwise.org/safetyguide/kids • CyberSmart! : Lesson Plans and Activity Sheets http://www.cybersmartcurriculum.org/lesson_plans/ • iSafe – http://www.isafe.org For more information see the LAUSD Acceptable Use Policy

Rev 7/07 V.2.0

Los Angeles Unified School District
Information Technology Division
Student Email Instructions For Sub-Administrators
Please send an email attaching an Excel spreadsheet listing the 10 digit student ID numbers of the students for which accounts will be “batch” created to student-email@lausd.net. Include the following information in the body of the email message: • Name of School • Location Code • Name of School Email Sub-administrator • Name of Principal Requests of less than 50 accounts submitted will be returned to the sub administrator for individual account creation. School sites are responsible for ensuring students have a valid Acceptable Use Policy on file at the school site. Please follow up by school mailing this form with required signatures to: LAUSD – Beaudry Bldg ITD – 10th Floor -Educational Technology Student Email Accounts School Name Location Code Phone

In what content area will the student email accounts be used (check all that apply)? Language Arts Mathematics History/ Social Studies Science Visual and Performing Arts Other: __________________

How often will the students be expected to use email? Everyday Once a week Once a month Other _________________

Briefly describe the classroom or school activity in which students will be using email?

Principal’s Name

(please print)

Email Sub-administrator Name

Principal’s Signature

Date

Email Sub-administrator Signature

Date

Rev 7/07 V.2.0

ATTENTION SCHOOL OFFICE STAFF

Connect-ED Student Data Packet
Connect-ED is the District's mass notification system, allowing schools to send customized messages to tens of thousands of students, parents, and staff within minutes. General, emergency, and attendance notifications can be sent via email or telephone. This packet includes a customizable Parent Letter and Take-Home Form to assist schools in obtaining contact information from parents for use in Connect-ED. The packet is available in Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean and Chinese. For all Connect-ED resources, please visit the Connect-ED website at http://www.lausd.net > Employees > Connect-ED (under Resources & Applications). What Needs to Be Done Maintaining accurate and complete contact information is an ongoing effort given the volume of telephone number changes occurring in our schools. The attached form allows families to specify which contact numbers should be used for each message type (general, attendance, emergency). Contacts can also provide their email addresses as an added way to receive notifications. Connect-ED communicates messages both through voice mail and electronic mail. The letter and form should be sent home with students. Schools should decide the most effective method for collecting this information. For example, the form can be sent home at the beginning of the school year, or can be collected by track, grade, or other logical criteria to manage the high volume of data entry. Where to Enter this Information For elementary schools, Connect-ED contacts should be entered on Screen 31 in Elementary SIS. Secondary schools must enter contact information on the Student Contacts (ST0003) page, within LAUSDMAX Several resources have been created with step-by-step instructions on entering contact information into the appropriate application. • Connect-ED Usage Guidelines • Office Staff Quick Guide for Elementary Schools: NEW Screen 31 Parent Notification • Office Staff Quick Guide for Secondary Schools: Editing Contact Numbers in LAUSDMAX for use in Connect-ED In addition, the Connect-ED website contains documents related to usage guidelines, training, and getting access to the Connect-ED notification system. Please contact Cheryl Ruiz with questions or concerns: (213) 241-1085 or cheryl.ruiz@lausd.net.

Los Angeles Unified School District

[School Name]

[Date] Dear [School] Parents, In November 2007, the Los Angeles Unified School District began the implementation of a District-wide notification system called Connect-ED which enables us to personally communicate with parents/guardians, and staff, regarding emergency situations, attendance, school events and other important issues impacting you and your child. The Connect-ED service allows us to send personalized voice messages to your family’s home, work or cell phones, and also contact you through email. We are capable of reaching everyone in our school within minutes through the Connect-ED service. This improves school and District communications with our parents/guardians and employees. Keeping parents/guardians more informed and involved has shown to lead to higher student achievement. Please help us by ensuring we have your current contact information. For the first time, the District has the ability to customize where you receive general notification, attendance and emergency communications. What Numbers Should I Provide for Connect-ED? There are three times when the school will attempt to reach you. • General notification messages are sent during the early evening. These messages are non-emergency in nature and announce upcoming events or reminders. • Attendance notification messages are sent during the school day and into the early evening. The most appropriate number is a daytime telephone number. If you are a working parent/guardian, this is most often your work number or cell phone number. If the parent/guardian is home during the day, this is the home telephone number. It is recommended that the attendance number not be the home number if no one is there during the day. • Emergency notification messages are of an urgent nature and can be sent anytime. The number you should provide is where you are most likely to be reached. Connect-ED will call every number stored including the numbers for general and attendance notifications to ensure that the parents/guardians are reached. This number should be for the parent/guardian and not the alternate contacts provided on the emergency cards. The information on the emergency cards will be utilized should the school not be able to reach the parent/guardian. Indicate on the attached form which numbers you would like us to use for the different types of messages. Please be aware that the Connect-ED service cannot dial an extension, so be sure the numbers you include are direct lines. Important Call Delivery Tips: 1. When a call comes from the school (or District), the message recipient’s caller ID will display the school (or District’s) name and phone number. 2. When listening to a message, background noise may cause the system to “stop and start.” Connect-ED is carefully tuned to determine whether a person or an answering machine/voicemail has been reached, and background noise may affect the delivery of

the message. If possible, move to a quiet area, or press the “mute” button on your phone. 3. If you missed any part of a message, please stay on the line and press the “*” (star) key on your phone to hear the entire message again. Please have your child return the attached completed form no later than [Date]. I plan to use the Connect-ED service to send school-wide messages throughout the year. It is important that the school has your current contact information so you can receive these important messages. Please be assured that all personal information will be maintained in the strictest confidence and in compliance with District security policies. It is an honor to serve you and your child here at [School]. Thank you. We look forward to connecting with you in the very near future. Sincerely, [Principal]
LAUSD Notification System: Parent/Guardian Contact Form School: [School Name]

Student Information – Please list all children who attend this school. Date of Birth Grade First Name Middle NameLast Name (mm/dd/yyyy) (K-12) Track (circle one)

/ / / / /

/ / / / /

Traditional B B B B B C C C C C D Traditional D Traditional D Traditional D Traditional D

A A A A A

Contact Information – Please provide the appropriate phone numbers and email addresses for receiving general, attendance, and emergency notifications. All numbers must be direct-dial telephone numbers (no extensions). The same phone number can be used for multiple types of notifications.
Contact Type

Notification Parent/Guardian 1
Middle: Last:

Notification Parent/Guardian 2
First: Street: (leave blank if same) Middle: Last:

NameFirst: AddressStreet:
City:

State:

Zip Code:

City:

State:

Zip Code:

Home Language

(leave blank if same)

Message Types & Preferences – Please indicate which types of messages will be sent to various phone numbers and email addresses.

Contact Type

Notification Parent/Guardian 1

Notification Parent/Guardian 2

Generale.g., school event reminders, non-emergency messages (sent by school) Notification*List only one telephone number on this line unless the child lives in two different households during the school year.

*( (

)

*( -

)

Attendancee.g., student tardy and absence calls during the day (sent by LAUSD Central Office, not by school) NotificationSame as above Notification Parent/Guardian 2 will receive
telephone calls to the same phone number listed for General notification types (above). Emergencye.g., non-student emergency calls, including school closures, evacuations, weather or natural Notificationdisaster alerts, etc. (sent by LAUSD Central Office, not school) Same as above Same as above

)

(

)

@

(

)

@

EmailConnect-ED can send school-related messages via email. Please provide the email address at Addresswhich you would like to receive these messages. Special Needs – Please indicate any special needs when communicating with your family (i.e., hearing
impaired parents/guardians who utilize special TTY equipment).

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Integrated Student Information System 333 South Beaudry Avenue Los Angeles, California 90017

Date: TO: FROM: SUBJECT:

April 17, 2009 APSCS ISIS Communications 18-WEEK PROGRESS REPORTS

Secondary schools preparing to notify parents of any 8th- and 12th-graders in danger of failing for the 2008-2009 school year have two options for managing 18-week progress reports: (1) Manually – Schools may create hard copy forms to distribute to all teachers, requesting that they submit the necessary information for any students in danger of failing their class(es). Schools can continue to use any manual process they have in place currently. (2) Electronically – Schools may have teachers enter grades for appropriate students directly into LAUSDMAX during the final marking period. Some things to consider with this option: a. Schools will have a larger three-week window: School Type 18-Week Window OPENS 4/20 6/1 6/15 6/8 CLOSES 5/7 6/19 6/30 6/26 Regular Final Mark Reporting Window OPENS CLOSES 4/30 5/7 6/4 6/19 6/18 6/30 6/11 6/26

Four-Track (Track D) Single-Track Three-Track (Tracks A,B) Four-Track (Tracks A,B,C)

b. Any grades submitted during the above windows will be treated as final grades in LAUSDMAX. As such, teachers without 8th- or 12th-graders in danger of failing are strongly discouraged from entering grades before the regular final mark reporting window period opens. c. Any school that uses Secondary SIS / Legacy to assist with culmination / graduation review process (e.g., programs MR29 and/or MR30) will have to manage 18-week progress reports electronically (i.e., have teachers enter grades for appropriate students directly into LAUSDMAX during the final marking period). (Reminder: Data entered into LAUSDMAX will appear in Secondary SIS / Legacy the following day after the nightly interface.) d. Grade Entry Windows will not be opened prior to the dates listed under the 18-Week Window. e. Schools choosing to manage the progress reports electronically are reminded to clear out 3rd grading period marks (i.e., 15 week) prior the window opening by using MR09 in Secondary SIS. Schools that opt to manage 18-week progress reports electronically must submit a completed LAUSDMAX Grade Entry Window Change Request form by 4:30PM on Friday, May 22, 2009. Any school wishing an extension may apply, but the window cannot open prior to June 1, 2009. The LAUSDMAX Grade Entry Window Change Request form is available on the ISIS website under Publications > Forms Library. When completing the form, please select ‘Other: 18th Week” as the reason for the request.

LAUSD IT Architecture Summary

Revised - March 5, 2009

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division 333 South Beaudry Ave. 10th Floor, Suite 167 Los Angeles, CA 90017

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. REVISION HISTORY ......................................................................................................................................3 INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................................................4 2.1 DISTRICT IT AT A GLANCE ..........................................................................................................................4 2.1.1 Central Tier ...........................................................................................................................................5 2.1.2 Distribution Tier ....................................................................................................................................5 2.1.3 Edge Locations ......................................................................................................................................6 2.2 ORGANIZATION OF THE DOCUMENT ............................................................................................................7 3. LAUSD BACKGROUND..................................................................................................................................8 3.1 4. FOCUS ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY......................................................................................................8

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION.............10 4.1 4.2 4.3 CHARTER...................................................................................................................................................10 ITD ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE ..............................................................................................................11 RELATIONSHIP WITH PROCUREMENT .........................................................................................................12

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IT ARCHITECTURE AND SUMMARY ......................................................................................................13 5.1 5.2 5.3 IT SERVICE STRATEGY DOMAIN ...............................................................................................................13 IT SERVICE DELIVERY DOMAIN ................................................................................................................14 IT SERVICE SUPPORT DOMAIN ..................................................................................................................16

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CURRENT STATE OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................16 6.1 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4 6.1.5 6.1.6 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE ....................................................................................................................17 Central Core & Distribution -- WAN...................................................................................................17 Edge Locations -- WAN .......................................................................................................................18 Edge Locations – LAN .........................................................................................................................20 Telecommunications ............................................................................................................................21 Core IP Network Services – Centrally Maintained..............................................................................24 Convergence ........................................................................................................................................26 APPLICATIONS AND DATA .........................................................................................................................28 USER SYSTEMS ..........................................................................................................................................28 INFORMATION SECURITY ...........................................................................................................................29 INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS ..............................................................................................................31

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STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................32 7.1 IT RELATED CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................................32

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Revisions – ITD reorganization and IT infrastructure modifications. Revisions – Updates to content in the following sections. o 2.0 - Introduction o 3.0 – LAUSD Background o 4.0 – Organizational Structure of ITD o 5.0 – IT Architecture and Summary o 6.0 – Current State Overview o 7.0 – Standards and Specifications JUL-18-2008 MAR-5-2009

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2. INTRODUCTION
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD/the District) is an educational institution serving the second largest student population in the country. It is committed to providing the highest quality instructional services to a constituency whose needs range broadly in both scope and complexity. As with other educational institutions, the District’s resources and budget are limited. To meet the IT needs of its constituency within these constraints; LAUSD pursues longterm solutions from a foundation of defined standards and proven interoperability. The District’s Information Technology Division (ITD) has developed this document as a resource for parties seeking to provide products and/or services to the District. The following sections provide an overview of District Information Technology (IT) infrastructure to assist prospective vendors in providing more comprehensive proposals and solutions that maximize use of existing District technology assets and investment. The information contained within this document represents a snapshot in time. The District’s environment is dynamic, and it is important to note that while the District has made a substantial effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this information, ongoing change and the increasing scope of LAUSD technology infrastructure may result in infrastructure modifications not reflected by this document. The District makes no warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information contained in this document. Prospective vendors should directly validate any information in this document prior to using the information as the basis for decisions with a material impact. The following sub-section provides a high-level overview of the District IT infrastructure. It contains a brief description of the underlying structure and scope of IT used within LAUSD to act as a foundation for the detail provided in subsequent sections. 2.1 District IT at a Glance

At the highest level, the District IT architecture is comprised of three tiers: a central core, distribution layer, and edge locations consisting of over 1,200 schools, adult education facilities, child development centers, administrative offices, and other functions spread across roughly 700 square miles. In each of these tiers, the District has deployed and maintains IT infrastructure to provide voice, data, and video services to its constituency. This document examines the services provided at each tier separately.

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2.1.1

Central Tier
Central Core

Within the District’s central facilities is a core Wide Area Network (WAN) or Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) providing a highspeed, switched network fabric for TCP/IPbased communications. Data across this fabric include District enterprise applications access, converged voice and video services, Internet access via multiple connections, and typical shared instructional application services.

Distribution

Distribution

Edge Location Edge Location

Edge Location

Edge Location Edge Location

Edge Location

Distribution

User systems include Apple laptops and Edge Location desktops, Intel-based desktops, servers, and laptops. Applications include typical office automation applications for PCs and a wide variety of custom and commercial off the shelf (COTS) applications running on mainframe, UNIX-based midrange, and Windows-based microcomputer systems. Name resolution services (via DNS) are centrally managed and IP address delivery services (via DHCP) are provided by the local site router. Traditional PBX systems and Voice over IP (VoIP) technology provide voice services throughout the District. Additionally, LAUSD makes extensive use of various radio frequency (RF) systems for specific voice applications including mobile communications for administrative staff and for the Los Angeles Schools Police Department (LASPD) and Transportation Department (Bus Operations). The District’s broadcast television station KLCS provides a broad range of instructional programming via digital broadcast channels. The District is also exploring the expansion of TCP/IP-based video delivery systems for deployment across its multi-tiered LAN/MAN/WAN.

Edge Location

Edge Location

2.1.2

Distribution Tier

The District IT infrastructure distribution tier connects edge locations to the core tier. For data communications, the majority of edge locations have one or more T1 circuits. These circuits run from the edge location into the carrier’s facility where they are aggregated into DS3 circuits. The resulting DS3 circuits are run to District distribution routers that provide connectivity to the core. Other forms of connectivity between the edge and core include Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) services and Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) services. MAN connectivity is targeted for sites with high bandwidth

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2.1.3

Edge Locations

District edge locations run the gamut from small offices in facilities shared with other organizations to large, multi-building school campuses. An equally broad range of technology is used to service these locations; however standards have been and continue to be applied to foster manageability. The majority of edge locations are District schools connected to the distribution tier via one or more T1 circuits terminating at the school in an edge router. The edge router is located in an access-controlled MDF and connected to a backbone Ethernet switch for distribution throughout the building(s) directly or through intermediate switches and hubs. Building wiring includes both copper (predominately CAT-5e) and fiber. Building and campus backbone segments typically operate at gigabit or 100 megabit speeds. Installed LAN segments typically operate at 10 or 100 megabit and include a mix of switches and hubs. Wireless LANs (IEEE 802.11a/b/g) are also being deployed to accommodate increased user capacity and accessibility for user mobility. IP address delivery is provided via DHCP from the edge router, and name services (DNS) are provided centrally. Both DHCP and DNS are managed centrally. Edge locations access the Internet via connectivity to the core. In a few cases, 802.11 wireless connectivity is used to bridge the edge connection at one edge location to other edge locations within close physical proximity. User systems include a broad range of desktops and laptops of both Apple and Intel architecture. While current standards dictate newer operating Business Office LAN systems and hardware, components in use range from System 7.0 to OS 10.5.x for Apple computers and Users & Network Devices IDF Switch CAT 5e from Windows 3.1 on Intel systems to Windows XP (or Vista) on newer machines.
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Many schools receive broadcast television channels via commercial cable connectivity. Some schools also receive broadcast and/or datacast video from KLCS over-the–air or. Further, some remote locations have implemented closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems for surveillance and security purposes. Intrusion alarms, fax systems, and elevator phone lines are also provided at edge locations where required. 2.2 Organization of the Document

As with any complex technology environment, a detailed description of every technology area would require a document of excessive length. Instead, an overview and summary of the various IT architecture areas is provided and organized with the following structure:
LAUSD Background: Provides a brief summary of the District’s mission and the scope of

its infrastructure and constituency. ITD Organization Structure: Describes the organizational structure participating in or responsible for the technology functional areas listed above. IT Architecture and Summary: Lists the technology functional areas addressed by this version of the IT Architecture Summary document. Overview of Current IT Architecture: Provides descriptions of the functional areas currently implemented.
ITD Standards and Specifications: Describes applicable standards and specifications

adopted by the District for technologies in the covered functional areas.

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3. LAUSD BACKGROUND
The District provides educational services within the greater Los Angeles area including Los Angeles proper and several other cities in Los Angeles County. It is the second largest student population in the country with K-12 student enrollment over 685,000. The realities for the District include: Maintaining approximately 1,200 sites, including 885 K-12 schools (excluding independent charter schools) and 196 other schools and centers. Multiple administration sites from small locations, to large, multi-floor office spaces. Providing educational services over an area of 710 square miles including several other cities in Los Angeles County. Providing technology services and support to over 75,000 teachers, certificated support personnel, certificated administrators, and classified personnel.. Ongoing evaluation of alternative educational approaches, including the use and integration of technology into the curriculum and instructional delivery within the District. The District’s mission is as follows: The teachers, administrators, and staff of the Los Angeles Unified School District believe in the equal worth and dignity of all students and are committed to educate all students to their maximum potential. To meet this mission the District, like other educational businesses, must leverage technology to respond to an evolving educational setting, raising demands of access to information and interconnection to the larger global community. 3.1 Focus on Information Technology

The District realizes the importance of leveraging technology to respond to evolving demands of an educational environment the size of LAUSD. As a result, the LAUSD Information Technology Division (ITD) has established IT strategic initiatives to support the District goal of providing quality education to Los Angeles area students. As one of the largest education providers in the country, the District is faced with unique challenges in terms of size and complexity. The successful implementation of the IT strategic initiatives will largely depend upon ITD’s ability to overcome the following challenges: Providing equitable IT services to vastly distributed geographic locations; Overcoming facility issues that include, but are not limited to: space constraints, limited electrical capacity, hazardous materials, inadequate environmental controls, and service provider access. Minimizing school site and office disruptions during project implementations; Securing and retaining adequate expertise and staffing to coordinate implementation schedules; control costs; maintain quality assurance and manage project risks;
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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary Securing and managing limited funding to align with required implementation schedules; Maintaining up-to-date design and technology standards to meet the changing and growing needs of the District. The LAUSD Information Technology (IT) infrastructure encompasses a vast variety of wired and wireless communication systems to support the delivery of the District’s instructional and administrative services. The District continues to balance the expanding IT needs of its constituency with the realities of budgetary constraints through the execution of comprehensive IT lifecycle strategies. These strategies are carefully considered and implemented to coordinate infrastructure modernization projects, technology acquisitions, and the operational management of IT systems. As a general practice, ITD leverages previous technology investments to the fullest extent possible when deploying additional IT services. The following is a set of general technical design guidelines used by ITD when planning IT infrastructure projects: Design for the long-term (e.g., scalability, extensibility) to help ensure that IT communication networks continue to support the increasing deployment of essential instructional, administrative, and safety applications. Consider the total lifecycle costs (e.g., capital, operational, maintenance) of all IT infrastructure solutions to ensure proper resource planning. Where necessary, replace or upgrade obsolescent and failing technology to reduce maintenance costs and/or enable new IT services. Maximize limited IT budgets by leveraging investments in converged voice, video, and data infrastructures (e.g., common cable plants, shared technology platforms, consolidated operational processes). When possible, specify standards-based equipment and materials that are affordable, durable, and sustainable. In addition, when determining IT projects, the following criteria are considered: Obsolescence and/or age of IT systems supporting instructional and central business applications. The ability to reduce or avoid excessive failure rates is critical to the operational success of ITD. Capacity and availability of IT systems and networks to support changing instructional paradigms (e.g., online instruction/distance learning), administrative services, and increasing school counts.

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4. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
The organizational entity responsible for the delivery of technology within the District is the Information Technology Division (ITD). The ITD is organized to support all technology components of the District including: IT Planning (strategic and tactical) Business Systems and Applications Instructional Systems and Applications Data and Telecommunication Infrastructure – Wireless, LAN, WAN, and Voice IT Security User Systems including laptops, printers and other devices necessary for IT to input and extract data from the various District systems 4.1 Charter Align and direct IT resources to meet District instructional and administrative goals. Within LAUSD, the program management staff categorizes IT infrastructure projects into the following nine domain areas: Enterprise Personal Computing Information Security Systems IT Lifecycle Management Local Area Networks Network Management and Services Radio Systems Telecommunications Voice, Video, and Data Convergence Wide Area Network When planning IT projects, the following key objectives are carefully considered: Consolidated requirements of the District’s constituents (e.g., instructional, administrative) to define comprehensive IT solutions. Infrastructure design and deployment strategies to cost effectively accommodate incremental and diverse user demands (e.g., access to network resources for new/existing schools; increasing use of technology for instruction and professional development). Technology acquisitions that are cost effective, supportable, and provide long-term value.

ITD’s primary role is to:

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The head of the Information Technology Division is the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mr. Anthony D. Tortorice, with Mr. Shahryar Khazei as the Deputy CIO. The CIO manages the following departments: Support Services performs Division-wide financial, personnel, business, and contract services for the IT branches. Communication Training & Support Services Branch develops and oversees ITD technical training, public relations, financial reporting, and risk management. Academic & Operational Computing coordinates IT educational technology in support of the Superintendent’s instructional goals to provide students and teachers with access to quality instructional resources and programs. Provides online learning opportunities through its Los Angeles Virtual Academy (LAVA). Software Group develops and supports student and information management systems and the tools to manage business, human resources, payroll, school, and student level data such as Business Tools for Schools (BTS) and Integrated Student Information Systems (ISIS). Shared Technical Services provides services in the following areas: data center operations, network operations, telecommunications, computer repair, security, helpdesk, and server and storage management. Capital Projects develops and designs the District’s overall information technology infrastructure. Establishes and maintains technology-related standards and specifications. Manages all IT capital projects and other projects. For additional information about the staff and structure of the Information Technology Division, please refer to the appropriate sections of the District’s Web site: http://www.lausd.net/. 4.3 Relationship with Procurement

As with all areas of acquisition, the procurement process for IT products is controlled from a process perspective by the District procurement office. However, ITD plays an important role in determining the requirements, standards and specifications for technology that will be procured. It must be stressed that all materials offered in this document are intended to support overall District procurement processes. The goal is not to replace processes and instructions provided by Procurement, but to clarify some vendor questions pertaining to the overall IT environment in the District, to provide support information such as IT specifications and requirements, and to support specific procurement activities involving IT buying decisions.

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5. IT ARCHITECTURE AND SUMMARY
ITD measures success through stakeholder satisfaction. The primary stakeholders include the students, instruction, administration, and community constituents of the Los Angeles Unified School District.

To ensure success, ITD maintains an overall architecture framework from which to deliver IT services based upon stakeholder requirements. This framework provides for the integrated definition of resources and processes needed to plan, manage, and operate each of the IT service domains. The model is based upon the premise that any new technology must be aligned with the service level objectives of the stakeholder domains. The architecture is described as an overall framework that organizes IT service domains into Service Strategy, Service Delivery, and Service Support. Each of the IT service domains is described below. 5.1 IT Service Strategy Domain

The District recognizes the need to ensure that cohesive IT strategies are maintained and commitments made for having appropriate levels of technology resources and operational staff.
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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The IT Service Strategy Domain comprises various processes, systems and resources that manage, operate, and maintain the IT investment of the District. This domain starts with defining charter and governance statements that provide ITD authority to plan, manage, and maintain the IT assets for the District. IT governance functions as an integral part of the overall LAUSD governance program and consists of the ITD leadership, organizational structures, and processes to ensure that the IT infrastructure sustains and extends the District’s strategies and objectives. This domain includes maintaining an evolving set of IT policies, standards and procedures to achieve consistency, efficiency, and effectiveness in the delivery of IT services that support the instructional and administrative functions of the District. An IT risk management function is provided to ensure the ultimate success of IT projects. Risk management is a discipline that attempts to identify, address, and mitigate risk elements before they become threats to the District. The Instructional Technology function provides support for the educational constituents on the use of technologies to enhance instruction and increase student achievement. The Training and Professional Development function provides District personnel with training on the use of new application and technology systems. This function also facilitates knowledge transfer to enhance career development. 5.2 IT Service Delivery Domain

Within the IT Service Delivery Domain, the Enterprise Applications function is responsible for developing and supporting enterprise software applications in support of student and information management systems, and the tools to manage business, human resources, payroll, school and student level data. This function includes all the electronic methods for saving, storing, accessing, and archiving District data. The Shared Services Infrastructures function provides the District with the delivery of centralized IT services. As part of this function, a central Data Center operates mainframes and shared server systems used for District applications and storage. Each of the primary systems consists of a large array of individual applications—from complex financial systems to simple, single task applications to support reading instruction. As with other enterprises of a similar size, the District currently supports an extremely broad range of applications and data services. The District has deployed commercial software from a variety of vendors and custom applications have been developed both externally and internally. These software systems are deployed across mainframe, mid-range, and microcomputers throughout the District’s infrastructure. District use of web-based technology continues to evolve. Current initiatives include a wide mixture of Web portals for access to existing District systems, Web-based front-end systems for legacy applications and general use of Internet and intranet sites for data distribution. The Shared Services Infrastructure function also includes all the systems and tools that an individual District employee, educator, or manager can use to accomplish their respective responsibilities. Some examples of personal electronic systems are desktops, laptops, and PDAs as well as pre-packaged productivity software for tasks such as word processing, spreadsheet analysis, and individual database development. This function also includes some level of file storage (file services), servers, and input/output/storage peripheral devices.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The Network function consists of the technology components that allow users and systems to interconnect with each other. It also includes other infrastructure technologies necessary for an enterprise system to work. The primary components are:
Wide Area Network (WAN): The District’s WAN consists of a high-speed, meshed core

and multi-point distribution layer connecting its educational and administrative facilities across roughly 700 square miles of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The WAN provides access to the Internet and the central data center. The District’s Internet routers are configured with an assigned Autonomous System Number, public IP addresses, and the BGP routing protocol for service resiliency.
Local Area Networks (LAN): The District currently supports over 1,200 facilities each

with one or more wired and wireless LANs. The District mandates specific standards for all LAN cable plants, equipment, and connectivity deployments.
Telecommunications: The District maintains vast and diverse telecommunication services

ranging from basic and emergency telephone services to public address systems, intercommunication systems, handheld and mobile radios, cell phones, intrusion alarms and others.
Core Transport Protocol Services: The District has employed TCP/IP as the standard

transport protocol and supports multiple IP services including Domain Name System (DNS) domains for both internal and external use. Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) provides IP address allocation and delivery.
Convergence: The District currently maintains deployments of multiple converged

services to meet increasing instructional and administrative requirements while best leveraging limited budget resources. IP delivery of voice (telephony), video conferencing, and streaming video technologies are in use throughout the District. District adoption of converged IP technologies is pragmatic driven by the potential to decrease costs through consolidated infrastructure and simplified management and maintenance.
Network Management & Services: The network infrastructure provides basic network access, maintenance, monitoring and support of critical network resources. Included is data communications connectivity (e.g., network devices, circuits, cabling) to allow access to the Internet and required District resources (e.g., applications, electronic storage).

The Information and Technology Management function consists of dedicated personnel, processes, tools, and applications for monitoring and managing the District’s Internet Protocol (IP) networks and services. This function includes a Network Operations Center (NOC), which provides personnel and automation for component monitoring, management system operations, and network engineering. NOC fault and performance monitoring services are provided during extended business hours, with 24x7 emergency notifications. The NOC is currently collecting and reporting performance metrics for approximately 3,000 network attached components and systems.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary 5.3 IT Service Support Domain

The IT Service Support Domain consists of the various components to successfully operate the IT systems and to provide ongoing user support for the employment of technology services. Within the IT Support Domain, the Service Desk provides a primary point of contact for District users regarding IT Customer Support services. The Service Desk also serves as the primary liaison to technical support personnel to coordinate the delivery of responsive resolutions to IT infrastructure problems. Operations Management provides basic maintenance and support of IT resources used in the delivery of critical instructional and administrative services. Lifecycle Management provides the necessary processes and tools to manage the total cost of technologies and services towards achieving more sustainable costs and District value. Information Security Management provides the necessary measures to protect information regardless of how it is handled, processed, transported or stored. The District views its student and administrative information as a critical organization-wide asset. Therefore, information protection is a concern to the highest levels of ITD management. The IT security function develops and oversees security strategies for the District’s use of information technology, and establishes and audits systems and procedures that prevent unauthorized access to or use of District technology resources. This domain provides the necessary measures to protect information regardless of how it is handled, processed, transported or stored. In each service delivery domain, there are interrelated security considerations. Major components of District IT security include access control and management for user systems and data and the provision and management of remote access. The security function also includes multiple systems for controlling both inbound and outbound Internet communications via firewall and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), virus control, e-mail spam avoidance, VPN deployment, management, and more. Also included in this domain is the IT Project Management Office that houses information, resources, and processes to successfully manage IT projects within the District. While specific technology areas build specialized project and technical management processes and systems, this area has enterprise responsibility to ensure the projects are managed and operated to District ITD standards. A growing area of focus during the last year and going forward is in the formalized use of IT service management processes. The District is standardizing on the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) framework for IT service management. Management insight into and control over the availability and quality of IT services being delivered is critical to the District. Additional focus is also given to the deployment of remote management tools to increase the diagnostic analyses capabilities and monitoring functions of ITD.

6. CURRENT STATE OVERVIEW
This section provides an overview of the current IT environment that exists in the District. A number of major initiatives are currently underway to achieve greater cost efficiencies and will transform major sub-sections of the current environment. While efforts are made to keep this document current, some inconsistencies may be found.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The discussion begins with the network infrastructure and continues with the security, application, database, customer support, and other major components of the technology infrastructure. 6.1 Network Infrastructure

The following sub-sections describe technology functional areas within the Network Infrastructure. The current LAUSD Wide Area Network (WAN) model is based on a threetiered design — Core, Distribution, and Edge.

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Central Core & Distribution -- WAN

The existing WAN Core backbone network consists of four major node sites connected by a private OC-192 SONET ring formed by Cisco 15454 optical switches. The optical switches provide the transport for internal traffic over the backbone network to/from Data Center applications and services as well as transport for Internet access. The SONET ring connects core/distribution devices (Cisco model 760x) that routes/switches backbone traffic and aggregates edge circuit connections. Each of the node site locations provides aggregation of edge connections to the distribution layer via one or more T-1 circuits or scalable Metropolitan Area Network services. A few school and administrative office sites are collocated at one of the nodes and have direct connectivity to the WAN Core via fiber. The District has established the Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) standard as the internal routing protocol. Core nodes and associated connections use OSPF Area 0. There are four primary OSPF Areas currently in use at the distribution layer. For growth, additional areas are being added using a new numbering scheme. All OSPF Areas connect to Area 0 at one of the four WAN Core Node facilities. An overview of the existing LAUSD WAN architecture is illustrated in the following graphic:

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The District’s schools and offices are connected to the Internet via the LAN/MAN/WAN infrastructure. Most schools are connected to the District’s WAN by 1 to 6 T-1 circuits. However, some sites connect to the WAN core via Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or scalable Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) services. MAN services are being deployed to school sites, based upon demands for instructional use, availability of funds, and project schedules. The District’s WAN has three connections to the Internet. Two connections are via the AT&T MAN and the other is via Digital California Project (DCP). The following diagram provides a high level view of the Internet connectivity architecture.

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Edge Locations -- WAN

LAUSD edge router connectivity is based on a star topology. Each school, District office, Campus, or other site is directly connected to a distribution router located at one of the four core sites. Edge connectivity is primarily via T1 (or multiple T1) circuits. Schools with multiple T1s are configured to load balance across up to six T1s. As a tactical measure, T1s are incrementally added to increase capacity. Scalable bandwidth solutions are being deployed to support strategic initiatives. To reduce equipment and circuit costs, T1 circuits are bundled into channelized DS3 circuits at the nearest Node site. These DS3s terminate on Cisco model 7609 distribution routers. These routers are connected to backbone Cisco 7600 routers/switches via 10Gbps Ethernet connections.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary Other connectivity to edge sites includes DSL and wireless. Sites that do not require full T-1 access, currently use DSL circuits to communicate with the District WAN. The local exchange carrier terminates private DSL lines through their broadband concentrating equipment directly on LAUSD DSLAM equipment at Node sites. The District has also deployed Wireless Access Points (WAP) into LAN environments at several schools to extend WAN connectivity short distances to neighboring schools. This is advantageous for emergency, short-term projects, or where trenching new entrance cables would be impossible, costly, and/or time consuming. The LAUSD WAN has grown through many project procurements and implementations. Due to the nature of procurement cycles, constantly changing technology and solutions provided by vendors, the WAN has grown to include a variety of equipment. The following table provides a summary of WAN equipment used at the edge.
Router Equipment (Cisco) Comments Mostly DSL sites and some schools Some District offices Some stand-alone Adult Ed sites and some District offices Mostly schools, some District offices

372x, 38xx, 800 17xx 18xx, 262x, 28xx 36xx, 37xx, 38xx

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Edge Locations – LAN

The LAUSD LAN architecture and hierarchical model for new projects is based on established industry technology standards and design specifications for LAN configuration. In simple terms, this is a Hierarchical Star, Ethernet topology using a hybrid multimode/single mode vertical fiber backbone and a hybrid horizontal cabling system using either CAT 5e/6 and fiber (in some schools), fiber only, or CAT 5e only. Non-instructional business offices use CAT 5e/6 horizontal cabling. The District is also deploying 802.11a/b/g Wireless LAN technologies to provide increased network access and user mobility.

The District has adopted an equipment standard including switched gigabit Ethernet on the backbone and switched 10/100 Mb Ethernet to end users. The above illustration provides a graphic representation of this architecture. The District currently supports approximately 1,200 locations of which over 70% are K-12 school campuses. Other facilities supported include business offices, early education centers, adult education centers, and other instructional and administration facilities.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The following is a high level list of many LAN systems currently installed on District LANs: Alcatel/Xylan 10xx, 4000, 5000, and 6000 series switches Alcatel/Xylan Omni 50xx, 77xx, and 78xx Allied Telesyn model AT-FS724I-10 switches Cisco model 412 repeater (hub) Cisco model 1900 switches Cisco 29xx, 35xx, and 3750 series switches Cisco 50xx and 55xx series switches Cisco 60xx and 65xx series switches Cisco 45xx series switches DiGi media converters MiLAN S3130SC switches MiLAN model 801 switches MiLAN model 9100 media conversion system SMC model SMC-EZ108FDT switches Dell Power Edge servers Cisco 36xx, 37xx, and 38xx series routers Cisco Wireless (WLAN) Access Points and Bridges Alcatel/Aruba Wireless (WLAN) Access Points, Bridges, and Controllers 3COM Wireless (WLAN) Access Points

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Telecommunications

The Telecommunications infrastructure provides basic and emergency voice services throughout all District locations (over 1,200). This technology area is responsible for the operations and management of all voice communication servers and switches (including associated handsets and cellular phones) and the provisioning of all communication lines and circuits. Telecommunication services include providing access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) for dial tone, cellular service, long distance access, pagers, and mobile data communications. Other services include maintenance of public address / intercommunication and two-way radio systems.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The following diagram provides an overview of a typical telecommunications site infrastructure.

The following subsections provide architectural summaries of the critical telecommunication services maintained by LAUSD. 6.1.4.1 Voice (Telephony) Services – Central and Edge AT&T and Verizon provide standard voice services to approximately 1,200 locations. Additionally, several thousand cell phones and a few hundred mobile broadband air cards have been issued on an as-needed basis to the staff. LAUSD predominantly uses legacy PBX systems to provide standard voice services. However, there are approximately 110 locations using VoIP solutions. The District has upgraded or replaced existing PBXs so they will interface with public address and intercommunication systems to provision 911 access from the classrooms. At locations with a significant number of individual business lines or trunks, the District is moving toward replacing them with PRI trunks, thereby eliminating all use of Centrex connections. The predominant PBX systems are Avaya models Definity/ProLogix.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The District also operates several Call Centers capable of supporting various configurations of agents, user groups/departments, skill groups, and supervisors. 6.1.4.2 Voicemail Services In general, schools are typically responsible for obtaining and supporting their own voicemail solutions (some exceptions exist). The predominant voicemail systems at middle and high schools are Avaya Intuity systems. Intuity is Avaya’s proprietary voicemail system. The ITD Telecommunications group provides voicemail services to most of the District’s administrative offices using Cisco’s Unity system. Unity is Cisco’s proprietary voicemail and unified messaging system. This system is located in the Central Data Center located in the Beaudry building. 6.1.4.3 Mobile Radio – Central to Edge The District strives to provide reliable and effective radio communications for its schools, police force, transportation staff, and administrative employees to reinforce safety measures. Radio support is primarily provided for the following four groups of District personnel: Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) Transportation Branch (primarily buses) Administrative staff (primarily on administrative and school campuses) and KLCS Local Districts The following categories of radio operations exist today in LAUSD’s radio services: UHF (450MHz) band conventional (analog voice technology- no trunking) UHF (800MHz) band conventional (analog voice technology- no trunking) VHF (150MHz) business band (simplex only) analog voice technology Low-power Industrial (LPI) band (457MHz) Microwave (6/11 GHz) band (digital) District radio staff also supports several microwave networks. One network is used to interconnect the voice radio sites to the radio system master control at Soto Street and provides analog voice communications between the sites and within the District. The system operates under licensed 6/11 GHz spectrum and has five (5) T-1 circuits to the Master Control at Soto St. Channel distributions and support infrastructure is described in the table below:
Frequencies 6/11 GHz Tower Sites Oat Mountain Mount Lukens Mount Lee San Pedro Hill Wilson High School Digital T-1 to Soto St T-1 to Soto St T-1 to Soto St T-1 to Soto St T-1 to Soto St

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Frequencies Tower Sites Master Control (Soto St.) Digital T-1 to Soto St

The following table summarizes the District’s major fixed radio sites:
Frequencies 800 MHz Tower/Receiver Sites Mount Lukens Mount Lee San Pedro Hill 450 MHz Mount Lukens Mount Lee Oat Mountain San Pedro Hill Wilson High School Loop Canyon El Camino High School Windsor Hills Magnet 460 MHz Mount Lee Customer Transportation Transportation Transportation LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools Maint. & Ops.

A Radio Modernization planning initiative is currently underway to address District requirements for enhanced radio communication services (e.g., safety) and interoperability with local first responder organizations. 6.1.4.4 Public Address/Intercom – Edge Locations LAUSD has deployed Public Address/Intercommunication (PA/IC) systems from several different manufactures. The majority of PA/IC systems are from Dukane (StarCall), Bogen (Multicom 2000) or Rauland Borg (Telecenter). The majority of these systems interconnect with the PBX systems to provide 911 call out from classrooms.

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Core IP Network Services – Centrally Maintained

The following subsections provides an overview of the LAUSD systems for DNS and DHCP delivery and management.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary 6.1.5.1 DNS The District currently provides DNS services in support of the following two Internet registered domains: lausd.k12.ca.us lausd.net The lausd.k12.ca.us domain is the District’s primary public domain. The lausd.net domain is primarily an internal-use domain, but publicly registered and contains host entries that are publicly resolvable. Externally, both domains share the following primary and secondary authoritative servers: ns1.lausd.net – Operated by LAUSD ns2.lausd.net – Operated by LAUSD The LAUSD operated external servers provides DNS services via current versions of BIND. 6.1.5.2 DHCP The District has developed and deployed two IP address allocation plans: one for schools and other remote locations and another for District headquarters. The District is currently in the process of deploying an IP address plan to accommodate recent growth at remote locations; a copy of this plan is available separately. In summary, District internal IP addressing utilizes standard private address space as defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). Specifically, addresses are assigned from the 10.x.x.x (CIDR 10/8 or “Class A”) network address space. Historically, the District utilizes four (4) class C CIDR addresses (10/21) for instructional and administrative network assignments at each school. The first octet of all assigned address is 10. The second and third octets are used to signify the admin network, instructional network and location (Node, OSPF area, school, and floor). Schools that required additional address space have been provided additional class C addresses.

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6.1.6

Convergence

Voice services are primarily delivered via traditional paradigms. However, Voice over IP (VoIP) technologies have been deployed where cost effective. The District has also deployed video conferencing and various streaming video technologies in support of special instructional programs and administrative requirements. LAUSD has implemented an extensive core VoIP infrastructure that interoperates with the legacy telephony environment and the existing IP network infrastructure. The VoIP infrastructure serves both instructional and administrative environments. Several administrative sites, a few elementary schools, and approximately 80 Early Education Centers (EEC) are using the District’s VoIP infrastructure.

The District’s VoIP infrastructure utilizes both H.323 and MGCP enabled gateways/routers. These devices provide connectivity to the IP WAN and ensure availability of voice services in the event of a WAN circuit or remote Call Manager failure. At remote sites, the District typically provisions either a PRI circuit and/or a few dedicated analog lines connected to a Local Exchange Carrier’s (LEC) Central Office (CO) to handle local off-net calls, faxes, and lifeline emergency calls (e.g., 911). Local lines are either connected to the gateway/routers for automatic off-net routing or installed as separate Direct Inward Dial (DID)/Direct Outward Dial (DOD) lines. The LAN switches provide IP network connectivity and inline power for the VoIP phones. At a minimum, these switches support IP multicasting, priority queuing (802.1p), and VLANs (802.1q).

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary The following is an overview of the District’s current VoIP system infrastructure: 15 Cisco Call Managers distributed at the 4 node sites Over 140 VoIP Gateways Over 6,000 VoIP Phones LAUSD uses IP-based video conferencing (IPVC) solutions for internal and external two-way interactive video communications. As illustrated in the diagram below, the District’s IPVC solution utilizes the WAN infrastructure as the transport facility for IPVC communications.

In addition to providing television content, the District’s television station, KLCS, is also using its Digital TV spectrum for delivering digital multimedia content to school sites, including streaming educational video. KLCS maintains a video head-end facility responsible for video capture, storage, control, and distribution. Over the course of a single day the facility maximizes its available bandwidth by transmitting various combinations of over-the-air channels, streaming specialty channels for LAUSD students and teachers and near video-on-demand (NVOD) content for individual LAUSD campuses. The District is also utilizing IP video distribution systems to broadcast Board meetings (and other special meetings) throughout the Beaudry building and to local district offices. The converged IP LAN/WAN is being used as the transport medium. The current IP/TV system uses the MPEG-4 format streams to make optimal use of available bandwidth.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary 6.2 Applications and Data

Application systems are accessible to the District personnel and organizations that use them in support of instructional and school business functions. A representation of these systems include the following: Student Information and Record Systems. This includes a full range of applications and databases pertaining to student oriented information from health data, to school academic records, to attendance information and so forth. Business Systems. This includes finance, human resources, library, and cafeteria services. Other user support services include a full range of educational and instructional support systems. A full plan, LAUSD Educational Technology Plan, is revised regularly and focuses on the current and future directions for technology and the improvement and support of educational delivery and instruction. This plan can be obtained upon request and is available on line. The District currently maintains the following types of data repositories: Student Information Data warehouse that is built on Oracle brand products. Business Enterprise databases to support administrative applications. Many of these are housed on mainframe and mid-range systems. Middleware databases that house information from other District systems and serve as intermediate repositories for data to ensure the security of the enterprise system and/or serve as a query data repository. Client/Server databases housed on UNIX systems. 6.3 User Systems

User systems include personal computing resources that support the needs of District constituents. These resources include devices that an individual uses to communicate, access applications, and extract data in the performance of their responsibilities. The District maintains an IT infrastructure comprised of shared systems, networking components, cabling and circuitry. Riding this infrastructure are hundreds of thousands of computers (i.e., Apple and Intel architectures) running more than 150 individually sanctioned, primary instructional and business applications, an unknown quantity of secondary applications, general access to the Internet, and other operational communications and services. LAUSD has established standards for the procurement, management, and support of these systems. The District defines the minimum acceptable standards for hardware and software annually. Schools and offices purchase equipment off the District contracts. There is a consistent method for providing help desk and onsite maintenance support. The District has a central contract for purchasing computers and servers and continues to investigate the leveraging of a District-wide licensing agreement as a cost saving measure for software. The District has been aggressively working to increase the number of workstations available for staff and student populations. The District’s vision is to provide users with access to the

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary computing resources they need, when they are needed in a cost effective and financially sustainable manner. 6.4 Information Security

In addition to the network infrastructure and upgrade of the application environment, the District has enhanced the security of the overall IT environment to continue safeguarding District data in compliance with internal and external standards (e.g., CIPA, HIPAA). Along these lines, major planning, policy making, and procedural improvements have been made. The following graphic provides an architectural view of the current information security domain.

The following table lists specific network devices that provide primary support for the District’s information security policies.
Device Application Servers Cisco AS5400 Dialin access Purpose Application servers support District security policies by application of documented server hardening standards and other good security practices. A dial-in server allows authorized access to internal District servers, with security restrictions implemented using router access lists.

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary
Cisco MARS Cisco MARS receives security events either via SNMP or syslog. Events are analyzed to provide real-time warnings of attacks and to illustrate trends in security events. The firewall cluster network traffic between the internal District network, the external Internet, and various specific subnets (or DMZ zones) based on security requirements. The LDAP cluster centralized server for managing District employee information, including network, server, and application access. The LDAP cluster provides a single point of management for non-student user accounts. The network IPS detects and logs network intrusion attempts, to provide information to ITD Security on current security threats and to trace serious intrusion efforts to their source. While primarily designed to enforce quality of service requirements for Web applications, Packeteer devices are also used to block applications that pose a security risk or that otherwise violate District policies. These applications include so-called Peer-To-Peer file sharing applications such as Kazaa. Restrict network traffic between schools instructional subnet and other subnets to deter malicious software and other security breaches. A recently installed firewall module in the server distribution switch can be used to filter traffic between different server subnets. A central repository for server and network device event logs. Syslog is a standardized service supported by a variety of devices for formatting and transmitting event log information. District traffic is separated into VLANS to support traffic management and quality of service needs. While not specifically designed as a security measure, traffic separation by VLANs can mitigate the risk of devices or users on one VLAN improperly accessing devices on another. Router access lists restrict traffic from the instructional VLAN to the other VLANS. The VPN concentrator provides secure remote access to District resources to designated users having authenticated VPN accounts. The VPN DMZ is a subnet defined via firewall rules, to provide restricted access to the LAUSD WAN for remote VPN users. Web DMZ zones are a set of separated subnets designed to provide external Internet access to publicly available District services. The four separate DMZ zones are designed to house servers subject to different security practices. The Websense cluster access to Internet sites to enforce District policies and regulations governing appropriate content (specifically CIPA). Wireless access is provided at remote sites (including schools) and at Beaudry headquarters. The current specification (Standard 25810) requires support for IEEE 802.11i security standards.

Firewall cluster

LDAP Cluster (OID) Network IPS

Packeteer

Remote Site Routers (with access lists) Server Distribution Switch Firewall Module Syslog servers

VLAN-based traffic separation

VPN Concentrator VPN DMZ Web DMZ 1,2,3,4

Websense Cluster Wireless Access Points

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Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Architecture 2009 __________________________________________________________ IT Architecture Summary 6.5 Intrusion Detection Systems

Intrusion Detection Systems, a low-voltage security system, have primarily been installed as part of the BB Bond Safety and Technology program. The typical Intrusion Detection System network topology and equipment location relationships are shown in the figure below.

These systems--separately and independently--communicate an alarm or trouble incident to the school law enforcement agency, LASPD. The notification is performed through auto-dialer and modem capabilities contained in the central security control unit located in each school. Upon a sensor activation or system irregularity, the control unit dials the central law enforcement location and annunciates the location and the nature of the alarm or problem.

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7. STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS
The District has established standards and specifications in most of its technology functional areas. Some of the standards are still evolving, especially in the enterprise personal computing and voice, video, and data convergence areas. 7.1 IT Related Construction Specifications

When installing, upgrading, and/or maintaining IT systems, contractors and vendors must comply with the District’s current Construction Specifications. Provided in this section are references to specifications for all IT-related projects within LAUSD. The District also maintains numerous other specifications (not referenced here) that relate to these IT specific specifications. These specifications are for informational use only. The specifications listed in the table below are actively maintained and updated by LAUSD, and are therefore subject to change. Comprehensive listings of current LAUSD specifications are available in separate documents.
Specification Description Specification for wire mesh cable management systems, tray sections, couplers, hangers, bonding and grounding conductors, and other materials required to provide a complete cable management system. Specification to support the installation of premise wiring at existing facilities to include LAN/WAN cable (UTP Cat 5e, and 62.5 micron multimode fiber ), low voltage wiring, telephony wiring, MDF, IDF, LDF frame terminal specifications and signal terminal cabinets. Specification to support the installation of premise wiring at new facilities to include LAN/WAN cable (UTP Cat 6, and 50 micron multimode fiber ), low voltage wiring, telephony wiring, MDF, IDF, LDF frame terminal specifications and signal terminal cabinets. Specification that addresses test and acceptance criteria and documentation. Describes specific test procedures to be performed during the acceptance testing for Los Angeles Unified School District New Construction, Safety & Technology and Modernization Projects involving LAN, PBX, IPVC, Convergence and WLAN equipment and associated cable plants. Specification to support the installation of Intrusion Detection systems to include infrared motion detectors and associated power supplies, batteries, cables, door switches and cables, controllers, graphic annunciator, expansion modules, power modules and batteries, telephone connectors and cables, connections to fire alarm control panels, connections to main telephone terminal boards and connections to fire sprinkler report relays. Specification for installing and connecting Owner furnished telecommunications equipment including PBX, cabinet, attendant consoles, and telephone instruments. Telecommunications system shall include provisions for paging over PA system. Specification for procuring, supplying and installing digital closed circuit television (CCTV) and audio surveillance, including card access control systems for subterranean parking structures, and other required materials and equipment.

25135 Cable Tray

25568 Premise Wiring – Existing Facilities

25569 Premise Wiring – New Facilities

25570 Quality Assurance, Test and Acceptance Requirements

25720 Intrusion Detection Systems

25723 Telecommunications Systems

25725 Closed Circuit TV & Audio Surveillance Systems – New Facilities

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Specification Description Specification for procuring, supplying and installing digital closed circuit television (CCTV) , including required cameras, terminal cabinets, conduits, cables, monitors, switchers, digital video controller, software, connectors, and other required materials and equipment. Specification for procuring, supplying and installing all equipment necessary for implementing a IP video conferencing (IPVC) infrastructure at LAUSD, i.e. provide a IPVC solution capable of achieving requirements for real-time business-quality (e.g., 30 fps at 384 Kbps) video distribution, using industry standard CODECs. Specification to support the District’s efforts to converge voice, video and data onto its LAN/MAN/WAN networks. Specification to support the installation of LAN equipment (including Wireless LAN) materials and interoperability. Includes the installation, connecting, and testing of the networking system, including all components, required cabinets, terminals. Specification that describes the equipment, installation, integration, configuration, testing, training, documentation, standards, and acceptance criteria, necessary for acquiring and implementing IEEE 802.11a/b/g Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) systems at LAUSD. Specification to support the installation and connecting of a central intercommunications rack, with a public address (PA) system, including all call paging access from the PBX. System shall interface with a master clock system for a class change signaling system and with the Intercommunications systems. This specification also supports the installation of Intercommunication hardware, which shall provide the capacity for internal communication between operator (main office) and selected classrooms. Specification that describes requirements for furnishing a complete autonomous public address (PA) system in multi-purpose rooms and/or small gymnasiums for Primary Centers and elementary schools. Specification that describes requirements for furnishing a complete autonomous public address (PA) sound system in auditorium of middle and high schools. Specification that describes requirements for furnishing a complete gymnasium autonomous public address (PA) system for middle and high schools. Specification that describes requirements for furnishing a complete athletic field autonomous public address (PA) system. Specification for procuring, supplying and installing a complete and operating RF distribution television system including all required amplifiers, couplers, outlet devices, cables, connectors and all other materials. System transmission medium will use coax/copper cable.

25726 Closed Circuit TV – Existing Facilities

25760 Video Conferencing Systems

25780 Voice, Video, & Data Convergence 25805 Local Area Network Systems

25810 Wireless LANs (WLAN)

25821 Public Address and Intercommunication Systems

25822 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Small Gymnasiums 25823 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Auditoriums 25824 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Gymnasiums 25825 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Athletic Fields 25850 Television System

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Specification Description Specification for procuring, supplying and installing a complete and operating RF distribution television system including support for all required digital signal transmission, amplifiers, QAM support, couplers, outlet devices, cables, connectors and all other materials. System transmission medium will use fiber optic cable.

25852 Television Systems (Fiber Optic Distribution)

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Connect­ED Teacher Module 
The Connect‐ED Teacher module allows teachers to send standardized messages to their students using the  Connect‐ED notification system.  

Start Using Connect­ED Teacher at Your School 
To begin using the Connect‐ED Teacher, your school must identify a Site Manager to control teacher accounts  and standardized messages. Initially, your Principal will fulfill this role.   Principals without Connect‐ED accounts: Please complete the Connect‐ED User ID Request form and fax to  (213) 241‐8486.  If the principal would like to designate another person at their school to be the Site Manager,  please indicate so on the User ID form. The form and more Connect‐ED resources can be found  at http://www.lausd.net > Employees > Connect‐ED (under Resources & Applications). 

Site Manager Training 
Training for both the Site Manager and teacher is done online.  Both the Site Manager and teacher training will  take approximately five minutes to complete.  Because the Site Manager activates the teacher accounts, the  Site Manager training must take place prior to any teacher training.  Following are the instructions for accessing the Site Manager training:  1. Click on the following link https://www.blackboardconnect.com/signin/default.asp to get to the sign‐ in page.  2. Using your existing Connect‐ED account user ID and password, sign in to the system.  3. Click on Teacher Settings. 

  4. Click on Show Me How to watch the video training.    5. After completing your training, select your choices on each of the tabs (Settings, Teachers, Comments,  Opt‐Out and Reporting).    Note: Do not change the Message Delivery Window or the Max Number of Comments on the Settings  Tab as these settings have been optimized at a District level.  All other settings can be customized by  the Site Manager.  The announcement wording will show up on the first page when teachers first log  into the Connect‐ED Teacher module.  6. In order for the teachers to use the Connect‐ED Teacher module, they must first be activated by the  Site Manager on the Teachers tab.  This will generate an automated email to the activated teacher  providing their user ID and default password.     
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Teacher Training 
Teachers will receive their user ID and password information via email (see sample below) once the school Site  Manager activates the user accounts.   

Sample Teacher Email 
Your new Connect-ED Teacher account has been created with the following information: Name: John Doe School: ABC MIDDLE SCHOOL Email Address: john.doe@lausd.net Temporary Password: W9GVucsg To sign into your Connect-ED Teacher account, go to http://teacher.blackboardconnected.com and enter your Email Address and Temporary Password as it appears above, and click the SIGN IN button. You will be prompted to change your password in the "Password" and "Re-enter Password" fields. We recommend that you change your password regularly to ensure maximum security. When finished, be sure to click the UPDATE button at the bottom of the screen. The message, "Password was successfully updated" will be displayed. If you need further assistance, please contact your school's Connect-ED Site Manager, Jane Principal at (999)999-9999 or jane.principal@lausd.net.

    1. Click the following link https://teacher.blackboardconnected.com to get directly to the sign‐in page for  the Connect‐ED Teacher module.  2. Using your Connect‐ED Teacher user ID (email address) and default password (provided via email), sign  in to Connect‐ED Teacher.  3. Follow the prompts to change your default password.  4. While on the Home tab, click on the Show Me How button to watch the five minute training video. 

  5. Once your training is complete, you can begin using the Connect‐ED Teacher module immediately.  Should you have any questions regarding the Connect‐ED Teacher notification system, please contact Earl  Perkins of the Office of the Chief Operating Officer at (213) 241‐4133 or Paul Ishimaru of Communications,  Training and Support Services at (213) 241‐1085. 

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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Policy Bulletin

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: POLICY:

Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) For District Computer Systems BUL-999.3 Charles A. Burbridge Interim Chief Information Officer June 13, 2007

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Loc Dist Supt Loc Dist School Support Directors Administrators Tech Coordinators ITAFs

On January 8, 2002, the LAUSD Board of Education established Board Rule 1254 as the Acceptable Use Policy as required by the Children’s Internet Protection Act. All users of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) computer systems by either students or employees are subject to the LAUSD’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). This bulletin will undergo periodic review to ensure it reflects current laws and regulations. Teachers, administrators, and other school personnel should ensure District data systems are used in a responsible, efficient, ethical, and legal manner, and such use must be in support of the District’s business and education objectives.

MAJOR CHANGES:

This revision replaces BUL-999 dated July 16, 2004, and last updated April 25, 2006. Employees must continue to comply with the AUP, though their assent to the terms of the AUP will now be electronically recorded when the employee activates their District account or changes passwords. There will be no further requirement to store signed AUP agreements for employees at each site. NOTE: The requirement to store signed AUP agreements for students at each local site is still in effect.

PROCEDURES: Users of District computers systems, networks, or the Internet must adhere to the Acceptable Use Policy. Students: Site administrators must distribute, collect, and keep on file the completed attached forms from students prior to authorizing access to the Internet or the District’s network: ATTACHMENT A: AUP information and sign-off form for Students and Parents Employees: Employees will confirm their assent to the AUP electronically when they activate their District account and/or change passwords.
BUL-999.3 Office of the Chief Information Officer June 13, 2007

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Policy Bulletin

ASSISTANCE:

For further information, please call the ITD Service Desk at (213) 241-5200.

BUL-999.3 Office of the Chief Information Officer

June 13, 2007

ATTACHMENT A

Los Angeles Unified School District
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems

Information for Students and Parents
This Acceptable Use Policy was adopted by the Board on April 25, 2006 The District’s Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) is to prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful activities by users online, prevent unauthorized disclosure of or access to sensitive information, and to comply with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (“CIPA”). As used in this policy, “user” includes anyone using the computers, Internet, email, chat rooms and other forms of direct electronic communications or equipment provided by the District (the “network.”). Only current students or employees are authorized to use the network. The District will use technology protection measures to block or filter, to the extent practicable, access of visual depictions that are obscene, pornographic, and harmful to minors over the network. The District reserves the right to monitor users' online activities and to access, review, copy, and store or delete any electronic communication or files and disclose them to others as it deems necessary. Users should have no expectation of privacy regarding their use of District property, network and/or Internet access or files, including email. Acceptable Uses of the LAUSD Computer Network or the Internet Schools must verify each year students using the computer network and Internet access for that school year have a signed page acknowledging this policy. Students who are under 18 must have their parents or guardians sign this page and schools must keep it on file. Once signed that permission/acknowledgement page remains in effect until revoked by the parent, or the student loses the privilege of using the District’s network due to violation of this policy or is no longer an LAUSD student. Employees and other users are required to follow this policy. Even without signature, all users must follow this policy and report any misuse of the network or Internet to a teacher, supervisor or other appropriate District personnel. Access is provided primarily for education and District business. Staff may use the Internet, for incidental personal use during duty-free time. By using the network, users have agreed to this policy. If a user is uncertain about whether a particular use is acceptable or appropriate, he or she should consult a teacher, supervisor or other appropriate District personnel. Unacceptable Uses of the Computer Network or Internet These are examples of inappropriate activity on the District web site, but the District reserves the right to take immediate action regarding activities (1) that create security and/or safety issues for the District, students, employees, schools, network or computer resources, or (2) that expend District resources on content the District in its sole discretion determines lacks legitimate educational content/purpose, or (3) other activities as determined by District as inappropriate. • • • • • Violating any state or federal law or municipal ordinance, such as: Accessing or transmitting pornography of any kind, obscene depictions, harmful materials, materials that encourage others to violate the law, confidential information or copyrighted materials; Criminal activities that can be punished under law; Selling or purchasing illegal items or substances; Obtaining and/or using anonymous email sites; spamming; spreading viruses; Causing harm to others or damage to their property, such as: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Using profane, abusive, or impolite language; threatening, harassing, or making damaging or false statements about others or accessing, transmitting, or downloading offensive, harassing, or disparaging materials; Deleting, copying, modifying, or forging other users' names, emails, files, or data; disguising one's identity, impersonating other users, or sending anonymous email; Damaging computer equipment, files, data or the network in any way, including intentionally accessing, transmitting or downloading computer viruses or other harmful files or programs, or disrupting any computer system performance; Using any District computer to pursue “hacking,” internal or external to the District, or attempting to access information protected by privacy laws; or Accessing, transmitting or downloading large files, including "chain letters" or any type of "pyramid schemes".

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June 13, 2007

ATTACHMENT A

Los Angeles Unified School District
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems

Information for Students and Parents
• 1. 2. 3. • 1. 2. 3. Engaging in uses that jeopardize access or lead to unauthorized access into others’ accounts or other computer networks, such as: Using another’s account password(s) or identifier(s); Interfering with other users' ability to access their account(s); or Disclosing anyone’s password to others or allowing them to use another’s account(s). Using the network or Internet for Commercial purposes: Using the Internet for personal financial gain; Using the Internet for personal advertising, promotion, or financial gain; or Conducting for-profit business activities and/or engaging in non-government related fundraising or public relations activities such as solicitation for religious purposes, lobbying for personal political purposes.

Student Internet Safety 1. Students under the age of eighteen should only access LAUSDnet accounts outside of school if a parent or legal guardian supervises their usage at all times. The student’s parent or guardian is responsible for monitoring the minor’s use; 2. Students shall not reveal on the Internet personal information about themselves or other persons. For example, students should not reveal their name, home address, telephone number, or display photographs of themselves or others; 3. Students shall not meet in person anyone they have met only on the Internet; and 4. Students must abide by all laws, this Acceptable Use Policy and all District security policies. Penalties for Improper Use The use of a District account is a privilege, not a right, and misuse will result in the restriction or cancellation of the account. Misuse may also lead to disciplinary and/or legal action for both students and employees, including suspension, expulsion, dismissal from District employment, or criminal prosecution by government authorities. The District will attempt to tailor any disciplinary action to the specific issues related to each violation. Disclaimer The District makes no guarantees about the quality of the services provided and is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, costs, or other obligations arising from use of the network or accounts. Any additional charges a user accrues due to the use of the District’s network are to be borne by the user. The District also denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of the information obtained through user access. Any statement, accessible on the computer network or the Internet, is understood to be the author's individual point of view and not that of the District, its affiliates, or employees. I have read, understand, and agree to abide by the provisions of the Acceptable Use Policy of the Los Angeles Unified School District. School: Student Signature: Parent/Legal Guardian Signature:

Date: Student Name: Parent/Legal Guardian Name:

Please return this form to the school where it will be kept on file. It is required for all students that will be using a computer network and/or Internet access.

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ATTACHMENT B

Los Angeles Unified School District
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems

Information for Employees
This Acceptable Use Policy was adopted by the Board on April 25, 2006 The District’s Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) is to prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful activities by users online, prevent unauthorized disclosure of or access to sensitive information, and to comply with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (“CIPA”). As used in this policy, “user” includes anyone using the computers, Internet, email, chat rooms and other forms of direct electronic communications or equipment provided by the District (the “network.”). Only current students or employees are authorized to use the network. The District will use technology protection measures to block or filter, to the extent practicable, access of visual depictions that are obscene, pornographic, and harmful to minors over the network. The District reserves the right to monitor users' online activities and to access, review, copy, and store or delete any electronic communication or files and disclose them to others as it deems necessary. Users should have no expectation of privacy regarding their use of District property, network and/or Internet access or files, including email. Acceptable Uses of the LAUSD Computer Network or the Internet Employees and other users are required to follow this policy. Employees are required to confirm their consent to this policy when they activate their account or change passwords. Even without this confirmation, all users must follow this policy and report any misuse of the network or Internet to a supervisor or other appropriate District personnel. Access is provided primarily for education and District business. Staff may use the Internet, for incidental personal use during duty-free time. By using the network, users have agreed to this policy. If a user is uncertain about whether a particular use is acceptable or appropriate, he or she should consult a supervisor or other appropriate District personnel. Unacceptable Uses of the Computer Network or Internet These are examples of inappropriate activity on the District web site, but the District reserves the right to take immediate action regarding activities (1) that create security and/or safety issues for the District, students, employees, schools, network or computer resources, or (2) that expend District resources on content the District in its sole discretion determines lacks legitimate educational content/purpose, or (3) other activities as determined by District as inappropriate. • • • • • Violating any state or federal law or municipal ordinance, such as: Accessing or transmitting pornography of any kind, obscene depictions, harmful materials, materials that encourage others to violate the law, confidential information or copyrighted materials; Criminal activities that can be punished under law; Selling or purchasing illegal items or substances; Obtaining and/or using anonymous email sites; spamming; spreading viruses; Causing harm to others or damage to their property, such as: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Using profane, abusive, or impolite language; threatening, harassing, or making damaging or false statements about others or accessing, transmitting, or downloading offensive, harassing, or disparaging materials; Deleting, copying, modifying, or forging other users' names, emails, files, or data; disguising one's identity, impersonating other users, or sending anonymous email; Damaging computer equipment, files, data or the network in any way, including intentionally accessing, transmitting or downloading computer viruses or other harmful files or programs, or disrupting any computer system performance; Using any District computer to pursue “hacking,” internal or external to the District, or attempting to access information protected by privacy laws; or Accessing, transmitting or downloading large files, including "chain letters" or any type of "pyramid schemes".

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ATTACHMENT B

Los Angeles Unified School District
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems

Information for Employees

• 1. 2. 3. • 1. 2. 3.

Engaging in uses that jeopardize access or lead to unauthorized access into others’ accounts or other computer networks, such as: Using another’s account password(s) or identifier(s); Interfering with other users' ability to access their account(s); or Disclosing anyone’s password to others or allowing them to use another’s account(s). Using the network or Internet for Commercial purposes: Using the Internet for personal financial gain; Using the Internet for personal advertising, promotion, or financial gain; or Conducting for-profit business activities and/or engaging in non-government related fundraising or public relations activities such as solicitation for religious purposes, lobbying for personal political purposes.

Student Internet Safety 1. Students under the age of eighteen should only access LAUSDnet accounts outside of school if a parent or legal guardian supervises their usage at all times. The student’s parent or guardian is responsible for monitoring the minor’s use; 2. Students shall not reveal on the Internet personal information about themselves or other persons. For example, students should not reveal their name, home address, telephone number, or display photographs of themselves or others; 3. Students shall not meet in person anyone they have met only on the Internet; and 4. Students must abide by all laws, this Acceptable Use Policy and all District security policies. Penalties for Improper Use The use of a District account is a privilege, not a right, and misuse will result in the restriction or cancellation of the account. Misuse may also lead to disciplinary and/or legal action for both students and employees, including suspension, expulsion, dismissal from District employment, or criminal prosecution by government authorities. The District will attempt to tailor any disciplinary action to the specific issues related to each violation. Disclaimer The District makes no guarantees about the quality of the services provided and is not responsible for any claims, losses, damages, costs, or other obligations arising from use of the network or accounts. Any additional charges a user accrues due to the use of the District’s network are to be borne by the user. The District also denies any responsibility for the accuracy or quality of the information obtained through user access. Any statement, accessible on the computer network or the Internet, is understood to be the author's individual point of view and not that of the District, its affiliates, or employees.

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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
POLICY BULLETIN ROUTING All Schools and Offices

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER:

Authorized Internet Service Provider (ISP) Connections To District Locations BUL – 1759.0 Megan Klee Chief Information Officer Information Technology Division June 30, 2005

DATE: POLICY:

This policy is to protect the District’s computer network and information on the network from attack or unauthorized access. Only internet connections approved by Information Technology Division (ITD) can have access to the District network or District sites. This is the first version of this document. Over the past several years, District reliance on Information Systems designed to manage personal student and employee data has increased significantly. With this increased reliance has come a strong demand for access to District information and Internet resources from anywhere at any time. At the same time, the threat of unauthorized access to personal data exposed via the Internet has also increased. Numerous recent additional laws and regulations have been enacted to increase the security of personal data, and government agencies have placed more stringent requirements on the manner the District may provide access to Internet resources. In order to assure student and employee privacy and to comply with relevant privacy laws and Federal E-Rate requirements, the District has enacted policies intended to assure protection of confidential District information, including: • • Bulletin-999: Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems Bulletin-1077: “Information Protection Policy”

MAJOR CHANGES: BACKGROUND:

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Bulletin-1553: “Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information”

It is every employee’s obligation to comply with these Bulletins. These policies help ensure the District has appropriate privacy regulations and that the District is following current industry “best practices” for the protection of personal data. The District must secure all potential access points to sensitive information in a manner that assures both public confidence and regulatory compliance. The District network is designed to provide appropriate security only through Internet connections provided by ITD. The District does not have the resources to provide appropriate monitoring for alternative Internet connections. Therefore, specific written approval must be obtained from the Chief Information Officer for any connections to the Internet other than those provided through ITD. Additionally, the Federal E-Rate program has placed stringent controls on how Internet access may be provided to students and staff. As a consequence, the District may not provide access to the Internet from dial-up connections offered to students and employees accessing the network from home. Students and staff who dial into the LAUSD network may access internal District resources (such as email and the District’s website), and contracted Internet services such as e-Pals and resources from the Digital Library. The District may not allow access to the open Internet (such as Google and Yahoo) via dial-up. There are substantial risks/penalties to the District if unauthorized Internet connections are not closed in a timely manner. Examples include: The Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) • The ISIS application will be rolled out to all schools beginning after July 1, 2005. In accordance with industry standard security practices, the security of the system will require substantial monitoring of access to the system via the Internet. If a school or office sets up an alternative Internet Service Provider (ISP) or internal connection, the District will be unable to determine if malicious attempts to access the system from the internal network are actually from the Internet or a non-District location, and if so, the District will be unable to determine the primary point of attack.

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Compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) • CIPA is a Federal law stating the District must provide certain protections for children when accessing the Internet. These mandatory protections include the District filtering access to certain types of Internet sites. The District only has the ability to impose these protections on the ISP connections provided and managed by ITD. If a District school or office sets up alternative ISP connections not monitored for CIPA compliance by ITD, the District risks tens of millions of dollars annually in Federal programs requiring CIPA compliance as a condition for funding. Compliance with Federal E-Rate Regulations • The Schools and Libraries Division (SLD) of the FCC has stipulated that in order for the District to receive E-Rate funds, dial-up access to the Internet may not be provided. The SLD has also required the District to certify they are not providing this access in order to receive E-Rate funds for Internet connections in the next fiscal year. Infrastructure Shortages • Internet and/or District network connectivity frequently requires the use of permanent cabling from a school or office to public resources. The District has experienced issues in expanding the District connections necessary in some locations because infrastructure cabling was being used for unauthorized Internet connections. These risks to the District are incurred regardless of the purpose or mechanism by which connectivity is being provided, regardless of the intended users or sponsors of the connectivity, and regardless of the perceived practicality of terminating the connection in a timely manner. This policy therefore applies to all current Internal and/or Internet connections, all District units and any connectivity type to the District’s internal network and/or the Internet, including but not limited to: • • • • Leased Lines (T1, T3, OC3, ATM, etc.) DSL and/or Cable Modems Cell phone-based Internet access Dial-up connections to internal District systems and/or the Internet • Hardware-based Virtual Private Network (VPN) connections • Software-based VPN Connections (“GotomyPC”, Citrix, Microsoft VPN, etc.)

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• Wireless technologies (i.e. 802.abg) Specifically: • All District locations including all schools, offices and work locations may connect to the Internet only through Internet Service Provider (ISP) Connections provided by the Information Technology Division (ITD) unless approved by the Chief Information Officer (CIO) on the attached form. • All non-District locations used for instructional purposes by District staff and students (including but not limited to employee/student homes, business partner offices, independent charters who do not procure IT services from the District, and public facilities not owned or operated by the District) may connect to the District’s internal network only through connections provided by ITD unless approved by the CIO on the attached form. • All dial-up connections provided to employees, students and District business partners connecting to the District’s internal network may access only resources owned and/or operated by the District or contracted District service providers. • Any connection from a non-District location to the District’s internal network and/or from a District location to the Internet via any connection not provided by ITD and not approved in writing by the CIO on the attached form must be terminated before August 1, 2005 • Any written or oral agreement between ITD and any District unit allowing any Internal or Internet connection not provided by ITD is considered void on July 1, 2005 unless specifically renewed on the attached form and authorized in writing by the CIO. If any internal or Internet connection not authorized by this policy is discovered on or after August 1, 2005, ITD, on behalf of the District, may at its own discretion use any means at its disposal to permanently terminate the connection without warning to the users and/or to terminate the District location from all access to District systems until the unauthorized connection is terminated. PROCEDURES: It is highly unlikely, but not inconceivable that a District unit may require access to the internal network from a non-district location or access to the Internet from a District location via a connection that June 30, 2005

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cannot be provided by ITD and that the District would suffer a significant legal liability risk if an exception to the policy is not granted for this access. In these cases, an exception to this policy may be requested by using the attached form. COMPLIANCE: (1) Violations of this policy may result in discipline, up to and including dismissal of personnel violating the policy. (2) Violations of this policy may also be violations of state and/or Federal law. Failure of personnel to comply with these policies could result in the employee(s) being sued for a violation of privacy rights, or being prosecuted by a governmental agency charged with enforcing those rights. ASSISTANCE: For further information, please call Patrick Luce, Director of IT Security at (213) 241-1343. Related District Policies: • • • • Bulletin-999: Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems Bulletin-1077: “Information Protection Policy” Bulletin-1553: “Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information” Bulletin K-24: District Firewall Policy

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Request for Approval for Non-ITD Provided Internet Service Provider Connection
Form ITD-SEC-106 (Version 1,5/13/2004)

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division

Identification (to be completed by the Administrator)

Request Date: ___|___|___

Please print all information. • Name (First) _____________ (MI) ______ (Last) ________________________ •
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Title ____________________________

Employee # ___________________

LAUSD email: ___________________________@lausd.__________________ School/Office Name__________________ Phone # ( ) ______ - ______

This document serves as a request for a network connection from the school or office shown above to the Internet via an alternative Internet Service Provider (ISP) to the Information Technology Division (ITD). Pertinent information regarding the requested ISP connection is provided below. School or Office Location: _______________ Internet Service Provider Name: ______________________ Internet Connection type (T1/DSL/Cable Modem/etc.) ___________________________________________ Purpose of connection: ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Reason connection cannot be provided by ITD: (attach additional sheets if necessary) ______________________________________________________________________________________ Legal or Contractual requirements for ISP connection: (attach supporting documentation) ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Requesting Administrator: _______________________________________________________________ For ITD Use Only • Date Request Received : ____|____|____ Security Recommendation: Approve/Deny Chief Information Officer Decision: Approve/Deny Initials of ITD Security Director: _______________ I Date ____|____|____

Signature of Chief Information Officer:________________________________

Please FAX this form to: Los Angeles Unified School District, Office of IT Security
(213) 241-8400 Keep a copy

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Approved Online Courses BUL-4513 Judy Elliott Chief Academic Officer Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer

ROUTING All Schools and Offices Local District Administrators Instructional Technology Applications Facilitators (ITAFs) Principals Assistant Principals SIS Coordinators Counselors

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October 3, 2008 Any course offered by an LAUSD school must be pre-approved by the Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and School Support to meet State and District requirements. This approval also extends to online courses. Schools that offer online courses that are not approved put students and their instructional programs at risk. Therefore schools shall not offer any online courses to students that have not been approved. Online courses that are approved have been assigned a District course number that is used to enroll students. When a school enrolls students in an approved online course, the teacher must teach the course in accordance with the approved curriculum for that course. This is the first issuance of this policy.

MAJOR CHANGES APPROVED ONLINE COURSES PROCEDURES

To view the list of approved online courses available to schools, please connect to http://onlinelearning.lausd.net. Courses are approved on an ongoing basis. Visit this site frequently to access current information on course offerings. Staff from LAUSD’s Educational Technology will work with any school to offer online courses to students. The online courses are part of the school’s regular course offerings. Students enrolled in online courses are part of the home school’s student body; they are NOT enrolled at another school. The intent of using online courses is to: • Differentiate the instruction of learners. • Provide equitable access to elementary and secondary courses, college preparatory courses, college level courses, and advanced placement courses for all students. • Leverage technology to alleviate student scheduling conflicts, space limitations, teacher availability. Once a school offers online courses, access can be made available to all students. Online courses should be advertised to students and parents by counselors and administrative staff as a part of the regular course offerings that their sites.

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For detailed procedures on how to get started, please connect to http://onlinelearning.lausd.net or call (213) 241-3837. For technology support and assistance, please connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net or call 213-241-5200.

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Chief Information Officer DISTRIBUTION: SUBJECT: All Schools and Offices BULLETIN NO. K-25 POLICY ON PROVIDING INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES AT NO COST TO STUDENTS March 4, 2002 Information Technology JAMES L. KONANTZ, Assistant Superintendent ROUTING Local District Superintendents Local District Directors, Instruction Local District School Support Directors Principals Teachers Parents

DATE: DIVISION: APPROVED:

For further information, please call Janet Minami, Director, Media Services, at (213) 625-6971 or Adrienne Konigar, Associate General Counsel II, Office of the General Counsel, at (213) 928-0906. This revision replaces Division of Instructional Services, Bulletin No. M-79 (Rev.), with the same title, dated October 8, 1997. The content has been updated to reflect current District policy and state law. I. POLICY In compliance with the Constitution of the State of California (Article IX, Sections 5 and 7.5), California Education Code Section 60411, and California Code of Regulations Title 5, Section 350, schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District are to provide students with instructional materials and supplies at no cost and are not to require any students to pay a fee, deposit, or other charge for textbooks or for other basic educational activities unless authorized by law. II. PROVIDING TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Schools are responsible for providing each student with a textbook for class and/or home use in the core subjects and, when funds allow, materials in other subjects studied. While textbooks and instructional materials are provided at no cost to students, parents or guardians are responsible for loss or damage. For District procedures, see Bulletin No. N-7 (Rev.), Restitution Procedures for the Loss or Damage of School Property, Office of School Operations, November 12, 1999. Obsolete textbooks and instructional materials may be donated, but not sold, to students. For District procedures, see Bulletin No. K-21, Donation, Sale, and Recycling of Obsolete Textbooks, Information Technology Division, January 12, 2001. III. PROVIDING OTHER MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES No student is required to purchase basic supplies, e.g., writing and drawing paper, pens, crayons, and pencils, related to the educational program. Also, students may not be assessed a "materials fee" for supplies needed in an elective class or project-based course. ###

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Policies on Telecommunications BUL-1031.1 Margaret A. Klee Chief Information Officer July 12, 2004

ROUTING Administrators

The purpose of this bulletin is to establish policies for telecommunications on classroom safety, long distance calling, placing international calls and replacement of local telephone directory. This bulletin has been revised to reflect a change of contact information. If you need to place long distance business telephone calls outside of Los Angeles and international calls, please contact a telecommunications district associate at (213) 241-2525. Please also note that the “Request for Long Distance Exceptions” (Attachment A) requires an Administrator’s signature. This bulletin replaces Bulletin No. K-36 dated June 27, 2003.

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GUIDELINES: The following guidelines apply. I. CLASSROOM SAFETY California Education Code, Section 17077.10 requires a telephone to be provided to the classroom in new facilities or modernization projects that include state funding. This same code requires the classrooms to be able to dial out directly to 911. To accomplish this, generally, phone service will be provided to the classroom when new Public Address systems are installed, and interfaced with the school’s telephone switch. The switch must be programmed to allow direct dialing to 911 from every classroom. Individual schools will need to monitor use of telephones in the classroom to prevent false emergency calls, and provide security for the telephone equipment in the classrooms. All classroom telephones will be programmed to allow calls only to the school’s Main Office and directly to 911. II. LONG-DISTANCE CALLING Long-distance service will be available to the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area for all telephone and fax lines. This includes the following area codes: 213, 310, 323 562, 626, 661, 714, 760, 805 (Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks only), 818, 909, 949 & 951. All toll free area codes will also be included. Long

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distance access codes such as 10-10-xxx will not be allowed, as well as “0” for the operator. If a location needs to occasionally place a long-distance business telephone call outside of Los Angeles, they may do so through a telecommunications district associate at 213-241-2525. After placing the call, select the option for the Telecommunications Branch and follow the prompts. International calls may also be placed by calling 213-241-2525. If a school or office requires calling access to specific area codes on a routine basis for District business, fill out “Request for Long Distance Exception” (Attachment A.) Please be sure to fill out the extension or telephone number where access is needed, the area codes required and the reason for the request. Include the name of the person requesting the access, and the name and signature of the requestor’s supervisor. Exception requests (Attachment A) must be faxed to Pam Anderson at 213 241-8900. Due to the surcharge for each call, information calls such as 411 are not available. If replacement telephone books are required, you may contact the Telecommunications Branch at 213-241-2525 or use electronic look up sites on the Internet, such as http://www.anywho.com, http://www.yellowpages.com, http://www.whitepages.com, http://www.switchboard.com. ASSISTANCE: For further information, please contact Pam Anderson, Director, Telecommunications at (213) 241-2525.

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REQUEST FOR LONG DISTANCE EXCEPTIONS To: Telecommunications Branch Please fax requests to 213-241-8900 Date:

ATTACHMENT A

From: SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT NAME: Address:

City LOCATION CODE:

Zip Code Local District: ___________

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------An exception to the long distance policy is requested for the following reasons:

The extensions are: # # # # # # # Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed:

The telephone numbers are: # # # Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Area Codes Needed: Phone No. Signature

Name of Requesting Employee: Title: Administrator’s Signature:

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FOR YOUR INFORMATION LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Chief Information Officer DISTRIBUTION: All Schools and Offices SUBJECT: BULLETIN NO. K-28 SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE OFFICE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA November 15, 2002 Information Technology ROUTING Local District Superintendents Local District Directors, Instruction Local District School Support Directors Administrators Library Media Personnel Teachers

DATE: DIVISION: APPROVED:

JAMES L. KONANTZ, Assistant Superintendent

For further information, please call Karen Merman, Audiovisual and Educational Software Services, at (213) 625-6982; for information about audiovisual materials or Roberta Fujitani at (213) 482-5836 for information about educational software; Bonnie O’Brian Nissman, Library Services, at (213) 625-6486; Beverly Edwards, Textbook Services, at (213) 625-6994; or Claudette McLinn, ESEA Title V Nonpublic School Services, at (213) 625-6122. This revision replaces Instructional Services Bulletin No. M-81 (Rev.) issued March 11, 1998. The content has been updated to reflect current District organizational responsibilities. I. INTRODUCTION The Office of Instructional Media, which is a part of the Information Technology Division, has the overall responsibility for helping students, teachers, and staff to become effective users of ideas and information by providing them with the vision, strategies, and skills to access and utilize current learning resources and technologies. Services provided by its Audiovisual and Educational Software, Library, Textbook, and ESEA Title V Nonpublic School units are described in detail below. II. AUDIOVISUAL AND EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE SERVICES A. Coordinates the Districtwide evaluation program to identify quality, curriculumoriented audiovisual materials and educational software that support the LAUSD’s instructional program. 1. Establishes and convenes audiovisual evaluation committees of teachers, administrators, and other instructional staff in conjunction with UTLA and other appropriate offices. 2. Maintains a computer database of evaluated materials and disseminates information through publication of print and electronic resource lists of

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recommended resources and specialized bibliographies, and through phone requests. B. Provides access to and promotes effective use of quality materials. 1. Administers the District Audiovisual Media Library. a. b. c. Develops and maintains a circulating collection of quality curriculum-oriented videocassettes, CDs, and DVD-ROMs. Implements the “Films on KLCS” broadcast duplication project with KLCS to facilitate school access to Audiovisual Media Library materials. Disseminates print and online catalogs and broadcast schedules of available materials; prepares special curriculum-aligned bibliographies to include in instructional guides and to meet needs of individual teachers, schools, and offices.

2. Maintains the AV Preview Center a. b. Evaluates and maintains a collection of curriculum-oriented educational software for preview purposes. Maintains a computer lab for software preview purposes.

3. Disseminates print and online information to facilitate school site development of quality audiovisual and educational software libraries. a. Audiovisual Materials Resource Lists. Elementary and secondary editions contain descriptions and curricular applications of materials recommended for purchase by audiovisual evaluation committees. Low-Cost Video Supplements to these lists identify materials from specific vendors that are available at specially negotiated prices that provide schools with a costeffective way to acquire quality instructional videocassettes and videodiscs. Online Educational Software and Audiovisual Resources Lists. These databases, located on the Audiovisual and Educational Software Services website on LAUSDnet, enable teachers to search for recommended materials.

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4. Provides catalog cards for audiovisual materials purchased with current ESEA Title V and previous years’ Title VI funds. 5. Provides professional development on the availability and use of resources.

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III. LIBRARY SERVICES A. Develops and disseminates the ten school library standards. 1. Selects Model Libraries for Local Districts that meet the ten standards. 2. Selects the Model Library of the Year and coordinates the awards ceremony. B. Develops and upgrades school library media centers. 1. Assists in designing, redesigning, and expanding library media facilities. 2. Assists with library automation including weeding, bar-coding, shelflist preparation, and data entry. C. Provides direct services to school library media centers. 1. Maintains an ever-expanding database of cataloging information linked to curriculum used by approved vendors, by schools involved in library automation, and by Library Services to provide consistent, custom cataloging to schools. 2. Provides schools with custom card catalog sets and labels, language labels, and barcodes for books, audiovisual items, and equipment. 3. Publishes and annually updates Focus on Books, a CD-ROM that contains 51,000 recommended books for school libraries in English and other languages, PreK–12. 4. Provides Focus on Books annual print publications of recommended new books in English and other languages, PreK–12. 5. Displays new books recommended in Focus on Books to allow for previewing and selection by school personnel. 6. Identifies annually LA’s 100 Best Books for the Children’s Literature Special Interest Group of the International Reading Association for publication in the March issues of their journal, The Dragon Lode. 7. Identifies books in the three California Collections: 300 books by California authors, 100 for elementary, 100 for middle, and 100 for the high school level. 8. Maintains a website on LAUSDnet with current information about all aspects of Library Services.

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9. Coordinates and maintains the Digital Library on LAUSDnet, a collection of online resources to meet the instructional needs of teachers, parents, and students. 10. Coordinates the implementation of internet safety training for all students. D. Works with community foundations, literacy organizations, and the public libraries to improve school library collections, facilities, and learning opportunities for students. 1. Works with the Wonder of Reading on upgrading elementary school libraries. 2. Works with California Readers to connect California authors and illustrators with students. 3. Cooperates with city and county public libraries on joint programs. IV. TEXTBOOK SERVICES A. Maintains one of the state’s Learning Resources Display Centers (LRDC) that houses a collection of the following instructional materials: 1. Permanent display of state-adopted instructional materials for grades K–8 and District-adopted instructional materials approved for the List of Authorized Instructional Material, Grades 9–12. 2. Display of pre-adoption materials submitted to the state for consideration and evaluation by the Instructional Materials Advisory Panel (IMAP) and Content Review Panel (CRP), including technology-based materials such as software programs, videodiscs, compact discs, videotapes, audiotapes, lesson plans, and databases. 3. Display of materials for the District-adopted process for grades 9–12, which includes materials submitted by publishers for evaluation by teacher committees and basic books recommended by the committees for Board adoption. 4. District curriculum publications. 5. California Department of Education frameworks, state content standards, and other publications. B. Acts as a liaison between the District and the California Department of Education’s Curriculum Frameworks and Instructional Resources Office and the Los Angeles County Office of Education in matters relating to instructional materials and publishing and distributing the price list and order forms for state-adopted instructional materials to elementary and middle schools.

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C. Coordinates the District adoption process for reviewing and evaluating instructional materials appropriate for state textbook funding for Grades 9–12, which includes obtaining Board approval and publishing the List of Authorized Instructional Materials. D. Acts as a liaison to publishers’ representatives, authors, editors, and community representatives on all textbook issues. E. Consults with and acts as a resource for central office and Local District personnel, school staffs, and curriculum committees. F. Coordinates Districtwide textbook evaluation committees in order to standardize textbook selections throughout the District. G. Interprets legislation dealing with textbooks and instructional materials. H. Supports the Textbook Inventory System. 1. Trains school personnel on the Textbook Inventory System software. 2. Deploys Textbook Inventory Clerks to support schools. 3. Collects statistical information centrally. 4. Responds to technology hotline calls. VI. ESEA TITLE V, NONPUBLIC SCHOOL SERVICES A. Advises and assists District personnel and nonprofit private schools about policies, legislation, and procedures related to the use of mandated federal grant funds designed to strengthen the instructional program for private school students in grades K–12. 1. Provides and interprets source documents, including federal legislation, California guidelines, and District policies related to the acquisition and use of new educational resources for classrooms and library media centers. 2. Invites private schools to register for their annual entitlement, assess their students’ needs, consider approved budget categories, select eligible resources for purchase, and participate in consultations. 3. Maintains a clearinghouse of records of the District’s approval, purchase, and inventory of all Title V resources placed on long-term loan to private schools. B. Provides liaison to the Grants Assistance Unit and Office of Legislative and

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Governmental Affairs for effective ESEA Title V program management and accountability. 1. Responds to communications from private schools concerning Title V grant activities. Relays comments and makes recommendations to the Grants Assistance Unit. 2. Prepares reports with statistics and supporting documentation for submission to federal and state agencies concerning the successful completion of each grant. 3. Responds to federal and state program auditors seeking additional information about Title V. 4. Plans school site visitations to demonstrate the benefits of grant resources for students, teachers, and parents and builds cooperative relationships to improve program services in nonpublic schools. ###

ACTION, TO SHARE LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Chief Information Officer DISTRIBUTION: SUBJECT: DATE: DIVISION: APPROVED: All Schools and Offices BULLETIN NO. K-32 HANDLING OF ENCRYPTED CDs February 4, 2003 Information Technology MARGARET A. KLEE, Chief Information Officer ROUTING Local District Superintendents

Secondary Principals

For further information, please call Patrick Luce, Coordinator, Network Security, (213) 241-1343 or email patrick.luce@lausd.net. I. INTRODUCTION Information Technology Division (ITD) recently implemented a technology to digitize student cumulative records. This technology provides the District with the ability to eliminate paperbased storage of cumulative record files. In the interest of improving service to schools, ITD is in the process of collecting the cumulative record folders of students who have graduated from high schools, and digitizing them for central storage. Compact Disks (CDs) with digital copies of the records will then be returned to the schools. These CDs allow school personnel to search for digitized student records, and print them from a desktop computer. This will significantly improve schools’ ability to quickly retrieve student transcripts upon request. Although this technology will dramatically reduce the administrative effort required to provide student transcripts, it also has implications for the protection of those student records. A single CD can contain up to one thousand student records. The District has a legal obligation to protect student cumulative records from unauthorized access. Poor security procedures within a school could result in the compromise of these student records. II. ENCRYPTION Each student record CD is “encrypted” in order to protect the data it contains. “Encryption” is the process of scrambling data so that it is not recognizable unless the user has a “key” to access the data. “Decryption” is the process of using a key to unscramble the data back into a recognizable form.

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Each student record CD has a key known only to personnel within ITD. The key will be installed directly onto up to two workstations at a school by ITD. The CD will only be readable on workstations designated by the school, with special software installed under the supervision of ITD. However, if a CD is left inside a machine and the machine is accessed or taken by an unauthorized party, that unauthorized party will have access to the student records located on that CD. Each CD is also protected with a password to be entered by school personnel. This is to guard against casual access to student records in the event that the CD is left in a machine. However, in the event the machine is accessed or taken by an unauthorized party, it provides little or no protection of the student records on the CD. As such, all LAUSD employees are responsible for taking the appropriate steps, as outlined below, to secure student records distributed via CDs to local schools. III. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES General • • • • • • • All encrypted CDs may only be handled by employees (not students) of the District who have read this policy and sign a formal agreement to follow all terms of this policy (Attachment A). All agreement statements must be kept on file at the school site. Unauthorized personnel may not handle the CDs or access them at any time for any reason. Non-LAUSD employees may not handle the CDs or access them at any time for any reason. All encrypted CDs must be stored in a locked drawer or file cabinet when not in use. The CDs must be stored separately from the workstation(s) from which they may be accessed. All workstations with decryption software installed must be in a location secure from public access. The workstations must also be in a room or office that is locked after business hours. All student data CDs have a password that protects against casual access. This password must be stored in a separate location from both the student CDs and the workstation(s) from which the student CDs are accessed. In the event that an encrypted CD is lost or stolen, notify the Network Security Branch of ITD immediately at (213) 241-1343. The remaining CDs at the school may be confiscated and reissued with new encryption keys at the discretion of ITD Security. If the school is re-keyed, a new copy of the decryption software will be loaded on designated workstations at the school by ITD representatives. In the event that a workstation used to access student data CDs is stolen, notify the Network Security Branch of ITD immediately at the phone number shown above. The remaining CDs at the school may be confiscated and re-issued with new encryption keys at the discretion of ITD Security. If the school is re-keyed, a new copy of the decryption software will be loaded on designated workstations at the school by ITD representatives. ###

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Information Technology Division BULLETIN NO. K-32 February 4, 2003 ATTACHMENT A

Employee Statement for the Use of Encrypted CDs Containing Student Records I, _______________________________ (Print Name), recognize that the Los Angeles Unified School District has a legal obligation to protect student records from unauthorized access. I understand that, as an employee authorized to handle encrypted Compact Disks (CDs) that contain student records, I must follow all procedures described in Bulletin K-32. I agree to follow all policies and procedures pertaining to the handling of encrypted CDs containing student data as outlined in Bulletin K-32, and any additional security policies as determined by the Principal of the school. In addition to the requirements for the handling of encrypted CDs, I understand that the information contained on the CDs is subject to all other District policies and procedures that are in effect to protect student confidentiality. I understand that improper disclosure of student information in any form is prohibited by law, and that a disclosure resulting from my failure to comply with these procedures may result in disciplinary action, including termination. School Name:____________________________________________________________________ School Location Code:_____________________________________________________________ Employee Signature:________________________ Date:__________________________________ Principal Name:___________________________________________________________________ Principal Signature:_________________________________Date:__________________________________ This document is for the internal use of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Information Technology Division (ITD).

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Security Standards For Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information BUL-1553 Margaret A. Klee Chief Information Officer February 7, 2005

NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: BACKGROUND:

The purpose of this Bulletin is to define security requirements for protecting District information residing on networked computer systems to ensure appropriate controls are in place to comply with legal requirements and District policies relevant to data confidentiality. For more background information on what is protected information, who is responsible for protecting it, and employee responsibilities please see Bulletin 1077, “Information Protection Policy.” While it is every District employee’s responsibility to help assure the confidentiality of District Information, this policy applies specifically to District employees and contractors who sponsor, develop and/or implement computerized information systems designed to provide appropriate personnel access to sensitive data on an ongoing basis in order to perform their job function.

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The policies and procedures in this document apply to all networked computer systems housing District information. These policies and procedures are independent of the system location; they apply whether the computer system housing the information is hosted by a District office, an offsite vendor or an Application Service Provider (ASP) Service. All references to District security standards are defined in Reference Guide 1551, Description of Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information. This policy applies to: • All District Administrators responsible for contracting, developing or implementation of any networked computer system that stores, transfers or manipulates any

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protected or non-public District information, except under conditions specified below. All District Administrators responsible for contracting, developing or implementation of any stand-alone computer system that stores, transfers or manipulates any protected District information, except under conditions specified below. All District Administrators responsible for contracting any hosted (ASP) service (such as an Internet-based student information system, parent information system or financial system) that requires sending any contractor or agency any protected or non-public District information, except under conditions specified below.

These restrictions generally exclude most schools and offices, unless a school or office has developed a local computer system or has contracted a service provider to handle sensitive student, employee or financial data without the knowledge or assistance of Information Technology Division (ITD) or the Data Owners responsible for the security of the information. However, these restrictions do apply to both Dependent and Independent Charter Schools if the District is ultimately liable for the security of the information housed in the system. Any employee with questions about computer systems or hosted services housing non-public or protected information from Charter or Independent Charter Schools should contact the ITD Security Office for clarification. This policy does not apply to the following computer systems: • Any networked or stand-alone computer system housed at a local school or office intended for student use (such as a workstation, file server, portfolio server, or instructional content server), provided that it contains only the minimum amount of student information necessary to facilitate student use of the system. Any networked computer system housed at a local school or office intended for employee use to store personal work documents or shared documents (such as an office file server), provided that the documents do not contain any protected District information. Any stand-alone computer system used by an individual employee for personnel professional use provided that it contains the minimum amount of information necessary to perform job tasks. For example, this policy does not February 7, 2005

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apply to a computer that is dedicated for the use of a single teacher that has an electronic rollbook program for his or her own students. Computers of this nature should be protected with the same standard of care the information it contains would merit if it were stored in paper form. However, if a school uses a single server that houses the rollbooks for multiple teachers, or a single computer containing disciplinary records of all of the students in a school, then this policy applies. This policy also applies to computer systems and hosted services only. It does not apply to one-time transfers of data. For rules on single transfers of protected or non-public information, refer to Bulletin 1077. If an employee has any doubt whether a particular computer system is subject to this policy, call the ITD Security Office at (213) 241-1343 or email patrick.luce@lausd.net. GUIDELINES: Confidentiality is a property of information governing which individuals may access information and the required protection against unauthorized access. The mandate to protect information confidentiality comes from many sources. There are legal risks for failure to implement and maintain reasonable safeguards for data security and the privacy of information. Additionally, security breaches and disclosure of confidential information would violate the relationship of trust the District has with its students, staff and the public. District information has varying requirements for confidentiality. Some information may be made widely available to the general public, while other information is subject to specific laws that govern who may view the information and under what conditions. To support these differing requirements for information protection, District information is categorized based on the confidentiality needs. Each category is then required to follow specific information protection practices. These practices include physical security, administrative practices, and technical configuration. Confidentiality-based security controls may be distinguished from other security controls designed to enforce integrity and availability. Integrity is the property of data that allows it to be relied upon as an accurate representation of actual events. Policy Bulletin No. 1553 Page 3 of 16 Office of the Chief Information Officer February 7, 2005

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Integrity also involves ensuring that data was properly entered by authorized individuals, and that the programs processing data operate in a known reliable way. Availability is the property of data that makes it available when required to support District business. This policy attempts to protect confidential District information from unauthorized access and disclosure. While this policy focuses primarily on confidentiality, issues of integrity and availability are dealt with as necessary to support confidentiality and as necessary to support generally accepted "good practices" in information security. RATIONALE: Information stored on computerized systems is subject to an ever-increasing number of threats including viruses and malicious programs, and deliberate attempts to obtain unauthorized access to sensitive information for the purpose of fraud, harassment or theft. The District must make reasonable and appropriate efforts to protect non-public information from these threats. As there is no such thing as “perfect security”, no amount of money effort will ensure that confidential information is absolutely secure from unauthorized access. However, the general public has a reasonable expectation that the District follows industry-standard “best practices” to protect information commensurate with its sensitivity. Therefore, the District has established standard security practices for the protection of District information as defined by this Bulletin. These practices are defined in Reference Guide 1551, Description of Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information and establish standards for the implementation of current and new computer systems that house District information.

DEFINITIONS: Data Owner: The executives or managers responsible for specific information that must be protected. The Data Owner has the final District responsibility of data protection. For instance, Financial Data would belong to the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resource data to the Personnel Commission or the Human Resources Department. Business Owner: The administrator responsible for directing the operation of a computer or computer system and the applications residing on that system. Business Owners are those persons delegated the responsibility of protecting the information by the Policy Bulletin No. 1553 Page 4 of 16 Office of the Chief Information Officer February 7, 2005

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Data Owners. The Business Owner may or may not be the Data Owner of any data maintained on the system for which they are responsible. Data Users: Individuals for whom the systems are designed. Data users may include students, parents/guardians, certified District employees, classified District employees, District vendors, and members of the public at large. Data users access system resources to achieve some benefit, in terms of their education, job duties, or citizen participation in District governance. Depending on the nature of the system, data users may or may not be individually identifiable. Networked Computer System: A computer system used for storing data intended to be transmitted across District or nonDistrict networks, where network access is an ongoing part of the system's use. Stand Alone Computer System: A computer system used for storing data intended for personal use, not connected to any District internal network on a regular basis. Application Service Provider (ASP) Service: An external provider who provides applications and/or related services over the Internet that would otherwise be located the District’s network. Security Plan: A document describing a system's security requirements and the measures required to ensure satisfaction of these requirements. The security plan format is described in Bulletin 24, LAUSD Firewall Policy. Additional security plan contents are specified in this document. To facilitate developing security plans for less complex systems, Reference Guide 1551 provides a detailed security plan format with step-by-step instructions. Physical Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized physical access to devices containing or transmitting sensitive information. Physical controls prevent theft of devices or storage media, and unauthorized device reconfiguration through access to boot media, system consoles, or physical reset switches.

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Technical Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information through configuration and management of technical resources such as servers, routers, and firewall devices. Technical controls cover management of user accounts and account privileges, access controls over data and programs, software configuration, and logical network service configuration. Administrative Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information through encouraging individuals to follow policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures defining regular job activities and duties. Administrative controls cover the security goals for an organization and guidelines governing human use of computing resources. Public Information: Information published on the District’s public website or in other written District publications. Public Information is made available to the general public and may be accessed by any member of the public without prior authorization. Non-Published Public Information: Public Information that exists in the form requested, but has not been published. For example, the District measures attendance on a daily basis. However, these daily attendance figures, while they are kept by the District, are not published. Non-Published Public Information requires the same security controls as Public Information. Non-Published Public Information is made available to members of the public on request. Non-Public Information: Information whose access must be guarded due to ethical, legal or privacy considerations. NonPublic Information is shared with internal parties on a "need to know" basis, and is not shared with external parties. Need to know is established by written permission of the data owner. Protected Information: Information whose access is legally restricted to specific individuals. Protected Information generally requires a higher degree of confidentiality protection than Non-Public Information. Additional controls beyond those described in this document may be required depending on the specific legal requirements.

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POLICIES:

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All networked computer systems and stand alone systems covered under this policy that house non-public or protected information and all stand-alone computer systems housing protected information as defined in Bulletin 1077 must be registered with the Information Security Office of ITD. A registration form is attached here as attachment A. All networked computer systems and stand alone systems covered under this policy that house non-public or protected information as defined in Bulletin 1077 must be approved by the Data Owner of the information residing or being transmitted by the new system before the system is implemented. Any changes to existing or future network-based security systems providing additional access to data must also be approved by the Data Owner. Data Owners also have the right to terminate current systems that violate law or Board policy, represent an unacceptable risk to student or employee privacy, or potentially subject the District to legal liability. All networked computer systems and stand alone systems covered under this policy not currently in production as of the publication date of this bulletin must conform to minimum District security standards commensurate with the sensitivity of the information housed by the system. Where Non Public or Protected information is stored or transmitted, an information security plan describing the implementation of security controls required by the District must be filed and approved by the ITD Security Director and the Data Owner(s). The information security plan must include relevant items specified in Bulletin K-24, LAUSD Firewall Policy, and must additionally specify the highest sensitivity level of the information processed by or stored within the system along with specific measures taken to comply with relevant requirements of Reference Guide 1551, Description of Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information. Networked computer systems storing or transmitting only Public information do not require a written Security Plan. These systems must, however, comply with relevant standards for protecting Public information.

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The highest sensitivity level of the information processed by or stored within the system shall govern the required security controls. The level of sensitivity of the information is defined by the Data Owner in conjunction with the ITD Security Director and the Office of the General Counsel. Additional controls may be required based on an assessment of other risk factors by the ITD Security Director and the Data Owner. These other risk factors may include extra confidentiality risks for systems with large volumes of data, additional threats to the data, or in integrity requirements such as those required to counter potential financial fraud. Systems must be configured, administered, and operated according to the security plan. The ITD Security Director may at any time review system configuration and operations to evaluate this compliance. Any changes to the information security plan must be approved by the ITD Security Director and the Data Owner. All current networked computer systems and stand alone systems covered under this policy that house non-public or protected information currently restricted to access from within the District’s internal network must be brought up to District security standards before application access is made available to District employees or other individuals from external networks (i.e. the Internet). The ITD Security Director will assist system owners with measures required to bring systems in compliance with this policy. Assistance may include guidance on enhancing the security of existing systems, guidance on migration to more secure hardware and operating systems, or recommendations to terminate the system.

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VIOLATIONS OF POLICY Violations of this policy can result in discipline including dismissal. Violations of certain portions of this policy may also be violations of state and/or federal law. Failure to comply with these policies could result in the employee and/or the District being sued for a violation of privacy rights, or prosecuted by a governmental agency charged with enforcing those rights. Computer systems not found to be configured according to standards for the most sensitive data contained on those systems may be denied the ability to house that data. Alternatively, systems not in compliance may be required to be removed from District internal networks and operated as a stand alone system. ASSISTANCE: For further information, please contact Patrick Luce, Director of IT Security at (213) 241-1343.

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ATTACHMENT A REGISTRATION FOR NETWORKED COMPUTER SYSTEMS HOUSING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION As provided this bulletin and Bulletin 1077, District data is to be categorized by its confidentiality requirements. This categorization is used to determine the appropriate security controls required to adequately protect the data. This form gathers the information necessary to define the confidentiality requirements and documents the categorization decision. Sections I through IV should be completed by the Business Owner (The administrator responsible for the existence of the system). Section VI will be completed by the ITD Security Director. Approval of the final decision is noted by signatures of the Data Owner and the ITD Security Director in Section VII. Directions to the Business Owner for filling out sections I through V are found in section VIII. I. SYSTEM IDENTITY Use multiple forms if more than one computer houses the data. 1. Serial Number: _______________________ 4. Host Name: _________________________ 2. Internal IP Address: ___________________ 5. Physical Location: ____________________ ______________________________________ 3. MAC Address: _______________________ 6. Other: ______________________________ II. HARDWARE Use multiple forms if more than one computer houses the data. 7. Make: ____________________ 8. Model: ____________________ 9. Disk Capacity: ______________ 10. Distributed: ________________ 11. Other: _____________________

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III. SOFTWARE 12. Operating System: ____________________ 13. Data Base Management System: _________ 14. Application Software is: ____ Purchased ____ District-Developed 14a. if purchased, give: Software Name _____________________ Vendor Name _____________________ Vendor Contact _____________________ IV. DESCRIPTION OF DATA 15. Description: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

16. Business Administrator: ___________________ __________________ ______________ Name Title Phone 17. Technical Administrator: ___________________ __________________ ______________ Name Title Phone 18. Number of users: _________ Describe (e.g., students, teachers): ____________________ 19. Data Source (document, other system): _________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 20. Purpose of data: ___________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 21. How is the data provided to end users: ____ Terminal session (so-called "green screen") ____ Web page accessed by an Internet browser ____ File download to user's desktop system ____ Email to user

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Hardcopy (paper reports) Load to PDA, laptop, or other portable device

22. How are users identified to the system: ____ Individual User ID and password ____ Shared ID and password ____ No individual user identification used 23. Does the data include: ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Individual identifiers, such as name, social security number, student or employee ID, etc. Medical information, including diagnosis or treatment (student or employee) Medical claims or payment information (student or employee) Aggregated medical information without individual identifiers (student or employee) Student name, address, data or place of birth, major, dates of attendance, school activities Student grades, records of disciplinary actions, daily attendance Information about a parents or other relatives of a student, including name, address, data or place of birth. District financial transactions, including invoices, payments, cash receipts and deposits Internal transaction identifiers, such as purchase order or invoice numbers. External financial identifiers, such as credit card numbers or bank account numbers Information used to authorize financial transactions Vendor or other third party information covered by non-disclosure agreements Information pertaining to District litigation or other legal matters Internal investigations information Employee home address, phone number, family status Employee evaluations or records of disciplinary actions Information used to protect District physical assets, such as lock combinations, guard routes. Network security information, including device IP addresses, system software, etc.

24. Data Scope: Total items: ______ Historical depth: ______ Transactions: ______ ___ years __ months __ weeks __ days per ( __ month __ week __ day)

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V. SUBMITTED BY: _______________________________________ Signature ____________________________ ___/___/___ Name Date ____________________________________ Title ____________________________________ Location

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The following questions are to be completed by the ITD Security Director or Representative only: 25. Business Data Owner(s): ___________________ __________________ _____________ Name Title Phone ___________________ __________________ ______________ Name Title Phone 26. Data Use: ____ Is the data currently published on a District Web site (Y/N) ____ Is the data regularly provided to outside entities (Y/N) ____ Is the data subject to public records requests by the public (Y/N) VIII. DATA EVALUATION

The following is to be completed by the ITD Security Director in consultation with the Data Owner and General Counsel, as necessary. 27. Data Category: ____ Protected

Additional protections (if required): _________________________________________

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____ Non-Public Additional protections (if required): _________________________________________ ____ ____ Public, non-published Public

28. Action Required: ____ ____ ____ ____ Security Plan required Sensitive data should be removed from specified system System should be terminated. Other – specify: _____________________________________________

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APPROVAL _______________________________________ Signature ____________________________ ___/___/___ Name Date

Data Owner:

ITD Security Director:

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VI. 1. 2.

GUIDE TO COMPLETING THE REGISTRATION FORM Provide the manufacturer's serial number as printed on the computer itself. If the IP address is assigned by DHCP, write "DHCP". If the address is assigned statically, it may be found with the ipconfig command for Windows-based systems. If you are unsure whether the IP address is assigned by DHCP (dynamically) or statically, the command ipconfig /all will provide this. Use the command ipconfig /all for Windows-based systems. The MAC address is shown as the physical address. Use the command ipconfig /all for Windows-based systems. What is the actual location of the system housing the data? Give address, site location, and specific room. If multiple locations, specify each. Any additional information used to identify the system. E.g., Apple, Compaq, Dell, etc. E.g., [Apple] Power Mac G4, [Compaq] d500, [Dell] Dimension 2400 Size of all local disk drives, in gigabytes. For Windows-based systems right click on the disk icon, then select properties. Note if data or software is hosted on multiple computer systems. Any other information useful in identifying the computer. E.g., Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 98, Mac OS X, etc. For Windows-based system, left click on the start menu. The operating system will be displayed on the left side of the menu The software used to organize the data, e.g., Microsoft Access, SQLServer, Oracle, PICK/D3, etc. The software used to enter, update, and query the data. Note whether it was purchased "off the shelf" or if it was custom built by LAUSD. a. If the software was purchased, note name of product (e.g. "Access"), name of vendor (e.g. "Microsoft"), and the vendor contact (name and phone number) Describe the data from the end user's view, e.g. "student enrollment information including grade, date-of-birth, and school". The Business Administrator is the person responsible for the primary business function supported by the software. This individual is typically a manager or school principal. The Technical Administrator is the individual responsible for configuring and managing the computer on which the data resides. The Technical Administrator is typically not the Business Administrator. How many distinct individuals access this data as part of their normal duties? What title or role describes these individuals? Are all users District employees? Where does the data come from? Options include: • Another District computer system • An outside agency

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• A paper form (specify if completed by District employee or other) • Information provided over the phone • Any other source. For what purpose is the data used? What District function is supported by this data? What is the primary method of providing the data to end users? How are end users who enter, modify, or view data identified and authenticated to the system? These items pertain to the sensitivity of the data, and are considered when determining required security controls. Check as many of these as are applicable. Please reference the original data if you are not sure. "Total items" refers to the number of distinct items stored. For example, if the file contains student information, how many specific individual students have their information in the file? "Historical depth" refers to the how long the data is kept. Is it kept for one year or for multiple years? "Transactions" refers to how frequently data entry and update is performed. How many times is the data entered or updated in one time period (month/week/day).

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Acquisition and Usage of Cellular Telephones and Wireless Broadband Air Cards BUL-1612.1 Megan Klee, Chief Information Officer Information Technology Division March 22, 2006

The purpose of this policy bulletin is to advise employees of the guidelines for acquisition and use of cellular telephones and/or wireless broadband air cards for connectivity to the Internet and to District applications. Included is the process for employees to reimburse the District for personal calls made from District cellular phones. The District receives volume discounts under the District’s cellular service contract. In order to reduce District costs, the following actions are required by all District Schools and Offices: All new cellular telephone and wireless broadband service and all associated equipment, must be acquired through ITD’s Telecommunications Branch cellular service contract. All existing cellular accounts not currently on the District cellular service contract and maintained through ITD’s Telecommunications Branch are required to be terminated at the end of their current contract term and moved to the District’s cellular service contract. The processing of payments for service associated with accounts not currently under the District’s contract with Verizon Wireless is the responsibility of the location using the service. A purchase order is required to cover the charges for the entire fiscal year or the remaining contract term, whichever is shorter. All Divisions/Offices/Schools shall at least annually review who is assigned cell phones and/or broadband wireless air cards to determine if there is an ongoing legitimate need or requirement for the phone/service to perform the individual’s job. The annual review should include an analysis of the monthly usage rate to meet the ongoing objective of reducing recurring costs. No plan will be increased to meet personal usage needs.

GUIDELINES:

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All users of District provided cellular service for cellular and/or wireless data transmission must be in compliance with the following District policies/bulletins: Bul-1612 Bul-999 Bul-1077 Bul-1553 Bul-1759 Bul-K-24 Cellular Telephones The District only approves the purchase and use of basic cellular telephones. A list of the current models available may be obtained from the Telecommunications Branch. Combination phones, i.e. cellular telephones combined with PDAs, Blackberry service, and car kits are not included. Push-to-talk capability is available when required. A cell phone should only be issued to individuals with a legitimate need for a cell phone to do District business. Cell phones should not be issued because of an individual’s position/status, but only because of the need for the cell phone to do their job, or because of the “on-call” status of the individual. Personal use of cellular telephones is permitted on a limited basis and only if that person is authorized and/or assigned the equipment. The employee authorized to have a cellular telephone must reimburse LAUSD for all personal calls on the District phone any month their total usage exceeds their basic plan. Reimbursement shall include all airtime charges, dialtone charges, and applicable taxes and surcharges for non-LAUSD business (personal) calls during that month. Broadband Wireless Air Cards The District approves the use of wireless air cards for Internet connectivity for instructional purposes. Broadband access is an acceptable solution when wired access at a District school, classroom, other instructional area, or office location is not available. As with cell phone, a wireless laptop air Cellular Policy Acceptable Use Policy Information Protection Policy Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information Authorized Internet Service Provider (ISP) Connections To District Locations LAUSD Firewall Policy

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card allowing Internet access is to only be used for conducting District business. Personal use is not permitted. Wireless access, using the District’s current contract, allows access to District applications and the Internet. All access is routed through the District’s network ensuring compliance with District policies and the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). All usage will be monitored for compliance. Wireless air cards should only be issued to individuals with a legitimate need for remote access to District applications and internet connectivity to conduct District business. Wireless air cards should not be issued because of an individual’s position/status. Note: When E-rate discounts are applied to broadband wireless services, access is only allowed from eligible schools and instructional support locations. PROCEDURES: A. Acquisition. Access the Telecommunications Branch’s Cellular Telephone website at LAUSDnet by clicking on this link Cellular Telephones and Air Cards. At the website, select Cellular Telephone & Air Card Order Form. This form will provide information on the available cellular telephones, wireless broadband air cards, accessories, and calling plans. The order form can also be obtained by contacting the Telecommunications Branch at 213 241-2525. Once the order form has been obtained, follow the instructions to select the cellular plans, phones, accessories, and air cards that are to be ordered. The requesting location will be required to provide a funding line for the purchase of the equipment. Also required is a funding line to cover the monthly cell plan charges. After the order form has been completed, e-mail the form to CellularUnit@lausd.net. The Cellular Unit at the Telecommunications Branch will convert the order request to a Purchase Order (PO). Once the PO has been created, the order will be placed with Verizon Wireless. The equipment will be available for pick up at the Cellular Unit approximately two weeks after the order form has been returned. B. Activation. The Cellular Unit will inventory and activate the cellular phone/wireless air card upon receipt from the vendor. The Cellular

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Unit will notify the requesting location when the equipment is ready for pick up. ITD’s Telecommunications Branch will be LAUSD’s authorized signatory with the cellular telephone carrier. Instructions for use of the wireless air card and the set up for the laptop will be provided at the time it is distributed. C. Billing. Billing detail and cost allocation for the Verizon Wireless account is handled through the Telecommunications Branch. This department provides each Division/Branch Supervisor with a copy of the monthly cellular phone bill. This bill provides detail on calls charged to each cellular phone. Whenever a plan exceeds allowable minutes during a given month, each Division/Branch Supervisor is responsible for internal reviews to identify and obtain reimbursement, at the current per minute rate, for all personal cellular telephone usage. A personal check to reimburse any personal calls, made payable to Los Angeles Unified School District, and Attachment A shall be forwarded to the Business Accounting Branch (Cash Receipts Unit) at the Beaudry Headquarters. Be sure to include the funding line that is used to pay for the monthly cellular service so this can be credited back to your fund. At the beginning of each fiscal year the estimated monthly service charges for the entire year will be encumbered through the Job Cost process. Locations must provide a funding line with an adequate total to cover the estimated charges. Cellular service will be terminated if there are inadequate funds. If for any reason the requesting location terminates an account prior to the end of their contract period, an early termination fee of $175.00 will be imposed by the cellular vendor. D. Lost or Stolen Equipment. If a cell phone or wireless air card is either lost or stolen, the department using the device is responsible for all charges up to the time the loss is reported to the Telecommunications Branch. If a replacement phone or wireless air card is required, the purchase price and taxes will also be charged to that department. ASSISTANCE: For assistance, please contact Pam Anderson, Telecommunications Branch at (213) 241-2525.

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Attachment A To: Cash Receipts Unit Business Accounting Branch 333 S. Beaudry Av., 26th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017

From:

Tel# ___________________________ SUBJECT: Request to deposit checks For Fiscal year: ____________________ Please use the following accounting lines to process the attached check(s). Please use separate page for Fund 009 checks. VENDOR CODE: 124981 Tel. No. Payer Fund Area Orgn/Loc Program Object Check Amt

Approved by: __________________________________ Signature: Date: ___________________________________ ____________________________________

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Request For DSS / MyData UserID Authorization Form #ITD011002A (Internet Version-DSS)

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division

You can type your information online. Print form for signatures and send via school mail or fax to the DSS / MyData office. Identification (to be completed by the user) Request Date: ____/____/ ____

Name (First) _________________________________ (MI) ______ (Last) __________________________________ · · · · Employee #

0 0 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Job Class Code ________ Title ____________________________

LAUSD email: _________________________________________@lausd.net - Only LAUSD email address accepted. School/Office Name ________________________________ Phone # (_____) _______ - ____________ x_____ Location Code(s) ___________________________ Local District ____ Building __________ Room # _________

Submission/Agreement (to be agreed to and signed by user) By logging in to the Decision Support System, I understand that I will have access to confidential student and personnel records and agree that: · · · · I will not take any action that will jeopardize the security of these records, I will not discuss with non-authorized personnel any information regarding these records, I will not allow these records to be reproduced in any form or viewed by non-authorized personnel, and I understand that the use of LAUSD computer equipment, software, and information will be restricted to Districtapproved work only, and that I will be the only one authorized to use the UserID. Date ____/____/____

Agreed/signed ______________________________________________________ Endorsement (to be completed by user’s principal / location administrator only) · Report(s) requested: · · · ·

MYDATA ( ) STUDENT ( ) APRT ( ) ELAR ( ) DELAR ( ) SELAR ( ) PARR (X) IEPPREP ( ) IEPDREP ( ) ISIS_ADHOC ( ) LZ ( ) SHAR ( ) SPPL ( ) TRAV ( ) DISCO PLUS ( ) UserID request: Add-( ) Change-( ) Delete-( ) Special Instructions: __________________________ UserID profile: General ( ) School ( ) Local District ( ) District-wide ( )

Print principal's / administrator's NAME: _________________________________ TITLE: __________________
Endorsement (to be signed by principal / location administrator only) _____________________________ Date ___/___/___

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WORKGROUP General Board Principal Pref Loc D/B CONN ROLES Local Admin Researcher Teacher APRT DSSWH
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LOCATION SHAR SPPL TRAV DISCO PLUS Add / Delete Loc Code _____ USER ACCOUNT Reactivate / Deactivate ELAR DELAR SELAR PARR IEPPREP IEPDREP ISIS_ADHOC LZ IODS
IODS_SELAR_S IODS_DELAR_S IODS_ELAR_S IODS_PRINCIPAL_S DISCOIODS

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DB UserID: New__Change__ Current User ID__________ Retention: Indefinite__ Until __/__/__ Purpose for Access:__________________ Special Instructions __________________________________________________________________________________________________ ( ) - Approved ( ) - Disapproved __ Authorized ________________________________ Date ____/____/ ____

_ DSS ___________ Date ____/____/ ____ Emailed ____________ Date ____/____/ ____ Copy to DBA (for Disco Plus accounts) _________

School Mail to ITD, DSS Office, Beaudry Building, 10 Floor -or- Fax to (213) 241-8420 - No cover page required.

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POLICY BULLETIN

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER:

Policy Regarding The EdTech Profile Certificated Staff ROUTING Online Survey Completion Required By The State Administrators Instructional Technology BUL-550.1 Applications Facilitators Principals Anthony D. Tortorice UTLA Chapter Chairs Chief Information Officer Teachers Information Technology Ronni Ephraim Deputy Superintendent Professional Learning, Development & Leadership

DATE: POLICY:

March 3, 2008 All certificated staff is required to complete the California Department of Education’s EdTech Profile survey annually during the period August 1 - October 31. Updates policies and procedures aligning to new State survey. Annually, August 1 – October 31. Los Angeles Unified School District provides opportunities for staff to engage in relevant and timely professional development on the use of instructional technology to increase student achievement. As technology is placed in classrooms using state and federal funding sources, data is required regarding technology use and proficiencies for instructional staff. In 2002, the Program Evaluation and Research Branch Surveys and Reports Committee approved the California Technology Assistance Project, California Technology Assessment Profile (also known as CTAP ) for District use (see Memorandum BT-50, November 25, 2002). The California Department of Education has since modified and renamed the online survey “EdTech Profile.” The survey allows certificated staff to provide an online, self-evaluation of technology proficiencies and use. Aggregate survey data is used to tailor professional development and to provide information regarding instructional program impacts to local, state, and federal entities. The EdTech Profile is an on-line group of self-assessment tools that allow educators to determine their level of proficiency; introductory, intermediate, or proficient, and their level of technology use. The proficiency self-assessment is based upon rubrics established in each area of technology competency and aligned with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) "Factors to Consider," which is the
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technology standard for a California K-12 Preliminary Teaching Credential. Based on the results of the assessment, educators can view and select training opportunities that will advance their proficiency (http://edtechprofile.org). EdTech Profile provides a Technology Assessment Profile for use by schools, local districts, and central offices for staff development planning. It also provides a tool for teachers to use in building customized training catalogs as well as administrator surveys, tailored individual learning plans and an optional performance assessment. EdTech Profile provides summary assessment data for a school, local district, district, county, or the state (individual teacher records are private and not accessible). Examples of data available include: frequency and types of use of technology tools by staff and students for instruction in specific subject areas, use of technology for management of instruction, and certificated staff proficiencies in the use of technology to support classroom instruction. OBJECTIVES: Policies and procedures have been established to enable LAUSD to meet state and federal education technology funding requirements by providing aggregate (not individual) data relative to certificated staff technology proficiencies. The objective is to provide school and District-wide data relative to technology competencies to inform professional development and effectively integrate technology into the instruction and curriculum. Data is also used to validate District strategic goals and plans and provide information regarding the impact of specific programs that use instructional technology on student achievement. Beginning with the 2007-2008 school year, all certificated staff is required to complete a new EdTech Profile survey annually during the period August 1 October 31. Newly hired staff must complete the survey within 30 days of their start date. Survey data for the year will expire on July 31 of each year. Schools are encouraged to use minimum days, banked time, and staff development days to allow certificated staff an opportunity to complete the EdTech Profile survey. The EdTech Profile survey requires approximately 20 minutes to complete. As the survey is completed online, sufficient Internet connected computers need to be available for staff. The survey is available on any computer connected to the Internet, thus allowing completion off site during non-working hours if one so desires. Instructional Technology Applications Facilitators (ITAFs) are available and can assist in providing training on the use of the EdTech Profile and the use of survey data for staff development, technology planning and creating Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs). Accessing EdTech Profile BUL-550.1 Page 2 of 4 Office of the Chief Information Officer March 3, 2008

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PROCEDURES:

Completion of the EdTech Profile survey requires each user to create an account the first time the survey is completed. Users who created a CTAP2 account can continue to use the same login and account information for EdTech Profile. Returning users can retrieve their login information by clicking on the “Forgot your ID Number or password?” link on the login page. Accounts are secure and individual information is only accessible to the person creating the account. When the user sets up the account, they are asked to create a 4-digit ID number and a password. Individual data can only be accessed using this ID number and password. No individual specific data is available for school or District assessment purposes. The procedures for setting up a new EdTech Profile account are as follows: • Point the Web browser to http://edtechprofile.org and select “Create New Account” • Select the user’s county, local district, and school • Complete the user information page which includes selecting a 4-digit ID number (use the last 4 numbers of your Social Security number), and a password. Classroom teachers should select “certificated staff” regardless of credential status (i.e. emergency, District intern, etc). Administrators and out of classroom certificated support persons should choose “administrator,” or “credentialed out of classroom” respectively. • Review and, if desired, print out the account review information on the next screen • Click on "Enter Site Survey" to continue Once the account is created the user can sign in to their account using their login, 4digit ID number and password to complete the survey. The user can also review individualized reports and data, edit user information, and access an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP). Survey Reports Access to reports concerning numbers of users, proficiency levels and types of technology use is available to EdTech Profile administrators. These reports are extremely helpful in establishing baseline data, identifying professional development needs, and monitoring the impact of staff development programs on technology proficiencies. Currently all local district ITAFs are EdTech Profile administrators and can assist District and school-level administrators in gaining access to data that can inform them about their respective programs. ITAFs can also assist in securing training and accounts for administrators who wish to access the data on their own. Support

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Technical assistance for EdTech Profile is available by contacting True North Logic at (866) 422-6252, extension 5 or by e-mailing edtechprofile@truenorthlogic.org. Assistance with training opportunities, staff development, or EdTech Profile administration can be obtained by contacting the school's local district ITAF. ASSISTANCE: For further information, please contact Educational Technology at (213) 241-3837 and ask for Dr. Themy Sparangis (themy.sparangis@lausd.net), Chief Technology Director or Joe Oliver (joe.oliver@lausd.net), Director.

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reference guide ROUTING All Schools and Offices

TITLE:

Information for Schools on Supported Instructional Technology Activities from the Educational Technology Group REF-3975 Tony Tortorice Chief Information Officer Information Technology Division November 1, 2007

NUMBER: ISSUER:

DATE:

BACKGROUND This Reference Guide provides information to schools regarding supported instructional technology activities and applications by LAUSD. It also provides information to schools regarding services provided by Educational Technology Group and ways to obtain them. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES PROVIDED Educational Technology Group provides support for the integration of technology and its innovative use in the school program. The following applications of classroom technology are supported by Educational Technology Group and are addressed in this reference guide: • • • • • • • Instructional Technology Use Planning Online Learning Programs Instructional Collaboration Using The Web, Email, And Video Conferencing Instructional Technology Professional And Staff Development Instructional Technology Grant Implementation Certificated Staff To Support Technology In The School Program Classified Positions Available To Schools For Repair Of Technology

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY USE PLANNING The Los Angeles Unified School District Education Technology Plan (http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/lausd/techplan) outlines strategic goals for technology integration into the classroom. These goals were designed to support data driven decision-making, development of 21st Century skills, and increased teacher effectiveness and student engagement.

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The Educational Technology Group supports individual school sites with the development of their own instructional technology use plan. Instructional Technology Applications Facilitators (ITAFs) are available to assist principals and their instructional teams in the design and delivery of specific professional development for the use of technology to support instruction and student achievement. Instructional Technology Applications Facilitators (ITAFs) collaborate with the school community to discuss needs and assist in reviewing data provided by the school or available through EdTech Profile (www.edtechprofile.org). This data will guide and prioritize the decision-making process to implement a school-based technology use plan. ONLINE LEARNING PROGRAMS Online Learning Programs provide students access to high quality, standards-based, contentdriven learning experiences that meet their learning needs and expand the boundaries of the classroom. These programs provide learning opportunities to ensure that every student within the District has equitable access to a quality education. Online learning is designed to: • • • • • • • • Provide access to content in a digital and online learning environment Offer students access to courses to which they would otherwise not have access Address different learning modalities Promote continuous engagement with the curriculum Help alleviate overcrowding of classrooms Provide students access to highly qualified teachers regardless of geographic location Provide hard-to-staff subject areas courses to students for in schools where a shortage of teachers makes these classes unavailable Continue the instructional program during intersession and throughout the summer

The online offerings are as follows: • Online Distance Learning Program (ODLP): This program offers primarily Advanced Placement courses. These courses are available to students at every high school. Taking an online distance learning course is a viable option for a student who has a scheduling conflict or the course is not offered at the site and/or the class is full. Los Angeles Virtual Academy (LAVA): This program can be implemented at any school and is managed by school site staff with the assistance of the Educational Technology Group. Selected A – G courses are offered in a blended (online and faceto-face) learning environment.

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Supplemental Online Learning Program (SOLP): This program provides a virtual learning space to teachers and students to expand learning opportunities beyond the traditional classroom. Teachers use this virtual learning space to increase participation and interaction, assign and collect student work, provide extra learning materials, and vary the methods of instruction to provide a differentiated learning environment

INSTRUCTIONAL COLLABORATION USING THE WEB, EMAIL, AND VIDEO CONFERENCING The Educational Technology Group assists schools and teachers with the appropriate use of the Internet and email to enhance instruction. Many online tools are available for schools and teachers to use to maximize the use of their time when collaborating and communicating for instructional purposes. Educational Technology Group assists schools in implementing 21st Century skills to provide students with an opportunity for learning that will engage them in real world and authentic learning experiences. A digital collaboration system is available for instructional programs to extend professional learning communities into an online environment. Incorporating various collaboration technologies reduces the challenges created by distance, time and location. The online environment is tailored to specific objectives including discussion forums (in LAUSD’s Moodle environment – a web based online learning application) and real-time web based meetings (in LAUSD’s Elluminate application – a web based collaborative meeting place). The Educational Technology Group provides assistance for the use of video conferencing to support instructional practices. Video conferencing is used in many ways to support instruction and engage students where distances are too great for traditional field trips. Programs such as Parks Online Resources for Teachers and Students (PORTS) bring several California State Parks (including the State Capitol) into the classroom for discussion and exploration with park rangers. Video conferencing also provides an opportunity for students to connect live with schools either down the street or in another country in order to speak with other students about curricular issues as well as to provide other perspectives on shared topics. Professional development sessions are available through UPDATE (see below) via the Learning Zone (http://lz.lausd.net) for teachers desiring to use video conferencing in their classroom. INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT Uniting Professional Development and Technology for Education (UPDATE) provides professional learning opportunities to help teachers implement specific instructional strategies and integrate technology into their teaching in order to meet the needs of all learners. Assuring academic rigor within the content, scaffolding the learning, building knowledge

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about culturally-responsive pedagogy, and applying methodologies that bridge diverse learners' cultures, learning styles, and strengths are all part of the courses delivered through UPDATE. The emphasis of the UPDATE is on the seamless integration of technology to enhance the curriculum already being taught. Courses are delivered in a traditional face-to-face setting (classroom), online, or in a blended (online and face-to-face) environment. Courses allow for ongoing, continuous learning and reflection and often make use of virtual tools such as video conferencing, Elluminate (web based collaboration), and other web applications including Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts. Participants may earn salary points for most UPDATE courses. Visit the UPDATE website at http://update.lausd.net for more information about course offerings. Certificated and classified employees are welcome to register for UPDATE courses in the Learning Zone (http://lz.lausd.net). INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY GRANT IMPLEMENTATION Educational Technology staff is available to schools and offices to assist in implementing instructional technology grants by making resources available that complement local implementation of technology. Best practices and resources developed in both District-Wide and school-based instructional technology grants are used to benefit other LAUSD schools. As the backbone of efforts to transform the District, the LAUSD guiding principles stipulate a data-driven organization using research and analysis to make decisions, encouragement of change and innovation, parent empowerment and partnership with the community. A well defined support model (such as coaching/mentoring) and professional development program, as well as a focus on the use of state adopted materials and other resources with appropriate technologies, are key components to successful grant implementations. Ongoing collaboration and support among peers through the use of common planning time and virtual meeting tools are also key components to successful student learning programs. Educational Technology Group will apply, on behalf of schools, for any District-Wide technology grants that are available and will coordinate the implementation of these grants at awarded schools. There are also many school and classroom grants that can have a great impact on education through implementation of strong research-based instructional and professional development programs, and support of student learning through extended communication and collaboration among home, school, and the community, leading to students attaining State content standards. CERTIFICATED STAFF TO SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY IN THE SCHOOL PROGRAM

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Support of technology and assuring that it works is only the first step for successful technology implementation at a school site. Ongoing staff development that promotes best practices and ensures effective use of technology to support the instructional program must not be overlooked. Many schools choose to release a teacher for one, two, or more periods a day to support the integration of technology into the school program. Should a school elect to release a certificated teacher for technology purposes, it is critically important to assure that their activities focus primarily on leveraging their instructional expertise. Suggested areas of focus include:

• • •

Working with teachers, administrators, parents, and students to develop tailored site instructional technology plans using the District’s Education Technology Plan as a guide. Coaching other teachers in effective integration of technology into the school’s instructional program. Overseeing the overall technology integration into the school’s instructional program. Collaborating with ITAFs to share best practices and develop resources for successful school site technology implementation.

CLASSIFIED POSITIONS AVAILABLE TO SCHOOLS FOR REPAIR OF TECHNOLOGY Schools should not use teachers to fix computers, printers, and other equipment. The repair and maintenance of the District authorized computer equipment is performed by the classified personnel described below or by ITD (or District authorized) repair technicians. Currently there is no dedicated funding for school site-based technology support staff. Many schools have found ways to fund either a part-time or full-time technology support position. The IT Field Services and Service Desk staff in ITD will work with identified school site support staff. The following classified positions are recommended to provide technology support to schools: Full-time or part-time positions:
• • •

Microcomputer Support Assistant (Class Code 2210) Information Systems Support Assistant I (Class Code 1083) Information Systems Support Assistant II (Class Code 4825)

Part-time interns:

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Information Technology Support Intern – Computer Repair (Class Code 3872) Information Technology Intern – High School (Class Code 3870)

The job descriptions and salary schedules for the above positions can be found at http://personnel.lausd.net/previous/. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES LAUSD Educational Technology website: http://www.lausd.net/edtech. Reference Guide: Procedures for Obtaining IT Support & Repair for Various Electronic and Computer Equipment (REF-1657.1) Reference Guide: Computer Equipment on District Contracts (REF-1696.0) Bulletin: Control of Site Equipment (BUL-953.0) Contact the Division of Risk Management and Insurance Services Claims Section at 213- 2413127 for information on computer insurance claims. IT Technical Support Website: http://techsupport.lausd.net. ASSISTANCE For questions regarding the information in this Reference Guide and/or to contact the Educational Technology ITAF serving your school, please call (213) 241-3837. For a current listing of Educational Technology ITAFs please go to http://www.lausd.net/edtech. To contact the IT Service Desk to report a problem with technology at your site, or to report the theft of laptops (with laser etched District logo) or desktops (purchased after July 1, 2006) for tracking and recovery please call (213) 241-5200 or connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net.

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POLICY BULLETIN ROUTING All Schools and Offices Administrators

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: POLICY:

Federal E-Rate Program Policy BUL-2418 Megan Klee Chief Information Officer February 28, 2006

All applications for Federal E-Rate discounts from the District must be filed solely by the Information Technology Division. No school, office, group or other entity may file any E-Rate application or apply for ERate services or equipment for any District schools or offices.

BACKGROUND: Due to the complexity of the Federal E-Rate program, the District’s desire to maximize Federal funding, and the potential District liability for incorrectly processed E-rate applications, there is a single District office designated to file for E-Rate discounts located in the Information Technology Division. OVERVIEW: The Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, commonly known as "E-Rate," is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under the direction of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and provides discounts to assist most schools and libraries in the United States to obtain affordable telecommunications and Internet access. Funding is requested under four categories of service: telecommunications services, Internet access, internal connections, and basic maintenance of internal connections. Discounts for support depend on the level of poverty and the urban/rural status of the population served and range from 20% to 90% of the costs of eligible services. Applicants must follow a comprehensive set of rules and procedures and follow steps such as preparing a technology plan, compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act, opening the competitive process, seeking discounts on eligible services, confirming the receipt of services, tracking of equipment serial numbers and locations, and invoicing for services. They must provide documentation regarding their competitive bidding and vendor selection process, ability to pay their matching costs for the products and services eligible for schools

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and libraries program support. Additionally they must prove they have obtained the necessary hardware, software, professional development, electrical capacity or other retrofitting, and maintenance not paid for by E-Rate that is necessary to make effective use of the requested discounts. USAC performs comprehensive selective reviews and audits to ensure program compliance. GUIDELINES: The District’s Information Technology Division (ITD) E-Rate Office is designated as the single point of contact for all eligible District schools and offices for filing E-Rate applications. The District’s E-Rate Office files the following applications on behalf of eligible sites: 1. Basic phone service 2. Long Distance phone service 3. Cellular phone service 4. Internet connectivity – Service Provider and circuits 5. Email Services 6. Voice mail (beginning July 2006) 7. Local Area Network Maintenance 8. Telephone repair Maintenance 9. Local Area Network Modernization 10. Telephone Modernization or Replacements 11. Eligible Network and Telecommunication equipment for new schools Local Districts, Central and Local Facilities, Information Technology Division (ITD), schools and offices have shared responsibility to adhere to all E-Rate rules and regulations. Most site networks and telephone systems and equipment were purchased with E-Rate discounts. There is strict accountability for this equipment. No equipment should be removed or relocated or networks altered without approval of the District’s E-Rate and IT Project Management Office. ASSISTANCE: For assistance or information regarding the District E-Rate Program you may contact James Alther, Chief Technology Director – Infrastructure Group at (213) 241-1332.

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Beaudry Data Center IP Address Request Form Form #SD012903

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division

Request Date ___|___|___
Instructions
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Request #

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Use this form to request approval and identification of new IP addresses. Leave Request # blank, this field is reserved for Network Operations For more forms, please visit http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/lausd/offices/itd/standards.htm or contact the STS Section, 333 Beaudry Ave.,9th floor. SYSTEM NAME: __________________________________________________________________________________________ SYSTEM DESCRIPTION: (Including system functions, Databases, etc.) _____________________________________________ ARCHITECTURE DESCRIPTION: (Attach Visio Diagram)_______________________________________________________ Requested Hostname:____________________

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Proposed DNS Name:_____________________________ Internal Service Requested: Web __ Secure Web __ Mail __ Secure Shell __ DMZ _______ Internal Ports: __________ __________ __________

Justification: ______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ External Service Requested: (Bulletin K-24 must accompany this request) http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/lausd/offices/itd/sps/firewalldefinitionform.pdf ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT: • • • Name: ________________________________________ Title ________________________________ School/Office Name _____________________________ Phone # _____________________________ Email _________________________________________

TECHNICAL CONTACT: • • • Name: ________________________________________ Title ________________________________ School/Office Name ______________________________ Phone # ____________________________ Email __________________________________________

Approval: (Director from requesting Department) • Signature ____________________________Title ________________________________ Date _____________

AUTHORIZATION (For ITD use only) Signature Operating Systems Section Database Section Network Section Security Section _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ Date ___|___|___ ___|___|___ ___|___|___ ___|___|___ Phone # ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________

ASSIGNED INTERNAL IP ADDRESS __ __ __. __ __ __. __ __ __. __ __ __

Send Complete Forms To: Fax 213-241-8424 Attn STS Section, or Email: sarah.vandorn@lausd.net OR th Deliver to: STS –9 Floor, 333 Beaudry Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90017

Beaudry Data Center IP Address Request Form Form #SD012903 Detailed Instructions • • •

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division

Use this form to request new IP addresses. This form is to be used for all mainframe, mini, personal computer systems, and networks. Leave Request # blank, this field is reserved for Network Operations

Systems • • • Name of the system. Describe the system. Describe the Architecture of the system. Attach Visio diagrams.

Firewall Definitions • • • • Provide Proposed DNS. Provide Hostname. Provide Services (Web, Secure Web, Mail, and Secure Shell). To place server in DMZ, specify security zone. (internal, external, webdmz, vpndmz, ect.) Provide description to all required ports & justifications.

User Organization • • Provide office title(s) and LAUSD location code(s) of user organization(s). Provide name(s) and job title(s) of contact person(s) of user organization(s). Provide name(s) and job title(s) of person(s) of user organization(s) who will approve and accept project deliverables.

Authorization
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The Operating Systems Section, Database Section, Network Section, and Security Section must all sign to certify the request. Requests not approved will be returned. Assigned Internal IP Address

Submission •

If a manager or specialist initiated the form, he/she should sign, date, and provide phone number. The ITD director submitting the request should sign, date, and provide phone number. Please forward to the sarah.vandorn@lausd.net or deliver to Network Operations Section, 333 Beaudry Ave., 9th floor for processing.

Send Complete Forms To: Fax 213-241-8424 Attn STS Section, or Email: sarah.vandorn@lausd.net OR th Deliver to: STS –9 Floor, 333 Beaudry Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90017

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Information Technology Infrastructure Strategic Execution Plan
Annual Update March 2009

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................... 1 Overview ............................................................. 1 PURPOSE ................................................................. 4 Scope .................................................................. 4 Summary ............................................................. 6 COMPLETED PROJECTS ............................................ 24 Routers ............................................................. 24 PROJECT STATUS SUMMARY………………………….20 ACTIVE PROJECTS LAN Modernization ........................................... 21 School Site Telephone Wiring ........................... 22 Radio Communications System ........................ 23

PROGRAM
ORGANIZATION ......................................................... 7 Information Technology Division ......................... 8 Capital Projects ................................................... 9 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SCOPE ............................. 11 Program/Project Management Goals ................ 11 Project Development ......................................... 12 Design Guidelines ............................................. 12 PROGRAM FUNDING/BUDGET ................................... 13 Funding Sources ............................................... 13 Budget ............................................................... 15 CHALLENGES ......................................................... 16 REPORTING ............................................................ 18

Token Ring Conversion ..................................... 24 WAN/MAN Expansion and Modernization ......... 25 PBX Upgrades and Replacements.................... 25 Telephone Line Consolidation ........................... 26 Early Education Centers ................................... 26 Adult Education and Occupational Centers ....... 27 Police Dispatch and Records Management ...... 27 PROJECTS BUDGET..................................................... 29

APPENDICES
APPENDIX A - GLOSSARY ..................................... 31

PROJECT SCHEDULE
PROJECT SCHEDULE ............................................ 35

PROJECTS
IT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ............................... 19

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he Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is committed to providing the highest quality instructional services to students. The technology infrastructure is a critical element necessary for the delivery of, and access to, instructional services and resources. The District’s growing information technology needs must compete for limited resources and increasing numbers of other priorities. The Information Technology Division (ITD) works within this constraint while pursuing long-term solutions, with implementation schedules of two to seven years. The Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure Program is a series of projects based on a foundation of industry standards, best practices, and proven capabilities. The goal is to build a cohesive, comprehensive technology infrastructure that is the critical foundation for the delivery of voice, video, and data services necessary to support the District’s educational mission. Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure is as essential to schools The IT Infrastructure Strategic Execution Plan (SEP) as their electrical and plumbing implements a number of the infrastructure-related systems. initiatives outlined and described in the District’s IT Data, voice, and video communication Strategic Plan and Architecture1, and is part of the systems provide access to essential District’s Instructional Technology Plan2. Collectively, instructional support functions, such as: these documents highlight the tasks and projects necessary to support instruction and address safety Standards-based, multimedia curriculum concerns. Additional benefits include reducing Real time student assessment operation and maintenance costs and increasing Lesson plan development security capabilities that protect student and staff Professional development privacy. Funding for the IT Infrastructure Program Collaboration includes Measure K, Measure R, Measure Y, E-Rate, District business applications and other sources, when available. Communication with parents 911 dial out from all classrooms Anytime/anywhere access to critical District Overview As one of the largest education providers in the and outside resources and information country, LAUSD faces unique technological On demand grades and attendance challenges in terms of size and complexity. The IT reporting Infrastructure SEP summarizes the initiatives Radio communication undertaken to meet these challenges while working within the constraints of limited budgets and fiscal realities. The projects’ objectives are: Replace failing systems Modernize schools’ technology infrastructure to address safety needs Modernize schools’ technology infrastructure to address instructional needs Although the infrastructure needs are ongoing, this SEP addresses the obtainable goals achieved with Measure K, Measure R, Measure Y, and E-Rate funding.

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Challenge The challenge is to meet the ever-increasing demand for delivery of information to over a million users at more than 1,200 sites. Students, teachers, parents, and staff require 24 hours – seven days a week access to: E-mail Educational resources Online research Distance learning Web-based student information Business applications that directly impact student performance Many of the District’s information technology infrastructure systems are reaching the limits of their capacity to meet existing demands and are showing signs of age-related stress. The IT Infrastructure SEP addresses this problem with long-term solutions while maximizing funding. Intent The IT Infrastructure SEP identifies key projects that provide necessary technology-related upgrades, replacements, and new installations. Specifically, the plan: Identifies the District’s information technology infrastructure system(s) Describes the scope of projects Provides project schedules Defines budgets and costs Outlines the management structure and coordination requirements Delineates accountability measures and procedures Vision The vision outlined in the IT Infrastructure SEP enhances and supports the educational process by establishing and maintaining current and relevant technologies that: Support instructional strategies that enhance student achievement Increase opportunities for staff development Increase opportunities for student research Increase access to worldwide information through the Internet Allow access to educational partners Allow access to District educational and business applications/data Deliver and support rich media Increase collaboration Allow on-line learning
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Increase mechanisms for greater communication between parents and staff Mission The mission of IT infrastructure initiatives is to contribute to, support, and enhance educational and business practices and student achievement by providing appropriate and necessary technology resources, information, and related services. Guiding Principles The fundamental guiding principles underlying all elements of the IT Infrastructure SEP are as follows: Accountability at the program and project level Cost-effective installation processes that are centrally coordinated, managed, and designed Installation of technologies that are proven reliable and help to reduce ongoing maintenance and support costs Use of quality materials and workmanship Projects delivered on schedule and within budget Designs and installations aligned with the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture Timely and accurate dissemination of program information that supports and enhances coordinated management and minimizes disruptions to the school environment Strong client relationships with contractors, suppliers, and governmental agencies Strong client relationships with parent and community stakeholders, as well as site personnel which includes administrators, teachers, and students Comprehensive program reports for the Board of Education and the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) Quality assurance that complements scheduled completion dates at all critical levels Continuous program improvement based on iterative analysis of experiences, maximizing opportunities for cost savings and early project completion Adherence to strict District and industry specifications

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rior to the passage of Bond BB in 1997, the District’s information technology infrastructure consisted mainly of traditional telephone systems and some data connections in school offices. Some schools had intercoms, intrusion alarms, and/or public address systems connected from offices to classrooms that were originally installed when the school opened. Today, the District’s information technology infrastructure (see diagram on page 5) includes, and continues to install, millions of miles of copper and fiber optic cabling and hundreds of thousands of pieces of equipment that provide voice, video, and data access to classrooms and offices at over 1,200 sites. All sites connect to the District’s Wide Area Network (WAN), which provides over a million students, staff, volunteers, and other users with access to the Internet and the District’s instructional and business resources. System users demand that the networks function 24-hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to this demand, security of staff and student privacy rights are paramount at a time when the number of network hacker attacks is increasing. The demand continues to grow exponentially while the District budget to maintain, support, and replace the aging technology infrastructure is significantly reduced. The demand for access has increased significantly in the last nine years. The demands are evidenced by the following growth: In December 2006, the District increased its Internet bandwidth of 340 Mbps to 1250 Mbps. Immediately following the increase, bandwidth usage reached a peak of 350 Mbps. The District’s current usage is 800 Mbps and continues to grow. The average number of e-mails sent and received daily has gone from 150,000 in 2001 to approximately 1,568,916 in 2009 – a 1,046 percent growth. The average number of web site hits has grown from 1.9 million a week in January 2004 to 4.3 million a week in February 2009 - a 226 percent growth in five years.

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The District’s information technology infrastructure encompasses a variety of wired and wireless systems to carry and route voice and data communications. The IT Infrastructure SEP describes the tactical initiatives that align with the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to: Leverage previous investments and control costs by building on, integrating, and maximizing existing systems Utilize cost-effective and proven new technologies

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The high-level diagram (below) illustrates the District’s information technology infrastructure systems supporting critical information delivery and security services, including: The Wide Area Network (WAN) that includes data and voice equipment and circuits which connect all District offices, schools, and other locations to District and Internet resources School and office site Local Area Networks (LANs) that provide data and, in some cases, converged voice communications Telephones, voice circuits, Private Branch Exchange (PBX), or basic telephone equipment Public address and intercommunication systems to connect classrooms to offices for voice communication Cellular and radio services for on-campus safety and for transportation and school police communication Intrusion alarms These systems comprise of close to one million devices or pieces of equipment connected or attached to millions of miles of cabling.

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Major challenges continue to be the need to address all the requirements and develop a comprehensive scope for an organization as large and complex as the District. The challenges are further complicated as the demands significantly increase during a period of tremendous leaps in technological advancements. The District must also compete with other agencies and companies for the precious, limited technical expertise available. This significantly increases project management and engineering costs. To date, the District still struggles to attract the level of engineers needed due to its inability to pay competitive salaries. In spite of the challenges, the District has made significant progress and continues to work diligently to meet the growing needs. To date, the Bond and E-Rate discounted projects have provided: Access to instructional resources and administrative applications and the ability to get e-mail from over 31,000 classrooms and offices at over 800 school sites The bandwidth necessary to access District and Internet resources 911 access from over 31,000 classrooms and offices at over 800 school sites

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he District’s IT organizational structure follows industry best practices. Additional oversight helps to ensure that demands associated with student, teacher, staff, and administrator access to information, data, and the larger global community are met.

Board of Education The LAUSD Board of Education is ultimately responsible to the public for the Information Technology Program. This seven-member panel of elected individuals establishes District policy and maintains approval authority. Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee As part of the passage of the General Obligation Bonds, a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) was established to provide independent review of the use of bond funds. The BOC is entitled to access all information concerning the projects not subject to legal privilege and has the responsibility to report on any funds expended in a manner that is illegal, imprudent, or not consistent with the adopted SEP. The BOC also has the opportunity to review and make recommendations for or against major projects prior to action on the project by the Board of Education. Superintendent The Board has selected Superintendent of Schools Ramon C. Cortines to lead the day-to-day operations of the District. Superintendent Cortines has the immediate responsibility of executing Board policy and directing all District operations. Reporting to Superintendent Cortines is Chief Operating Officer, David R. Holmquist, who provides direction to executives responsible for business, crisis counseling, environmental health and safety, human resources, information technology, partnerships, planning assessment and research, school police, risk management, and youth relations.

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Information Technology Division
The head of the Information Technology Division is the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mr. Anthony D. Tortorice, with Mr. Shahryar Khazei as the Deputy CIO. The CIO manages the following departments: IT Support Services performs Division-wide financial, personnel, business, and contract services for the IT branches. Communications Training & Support Services Branch develops and oversees ITD technical training, public relations, financial reporting, and risk management. Academic & Operational Computing coordinates IT educational technology in support of the Superintendent’s instructional goals to provide students and teachers with access to quality instructional resources and programs. Provides online learning opportunities through its Los Angeles Virtual Academy (LAVA). Software Group develops and supports student and information management systems and the tools to manage business, human resources, payroll, school, and student level data such as Business Tools for Schools (BTS) and Integrated Student Information Systems (ISIS).

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Shared Technical Services provides services in the following areas: data center operations, network operations, telecommunications, computer repair, security, helpdesk, and server and storage management. Capital Projects develops and designs the District’s overall information technology infrastructure. Establishes and maintains technology-related standards and specifications. Manages all IT capital projects and other projects.

Capital Projects
The Chief Technology Director (CTD) of Capital Projects plans, directs, and manages all IT infrastructure installations. The CTD oversees the following branches or units: the E-Rate Office, Enterprise Computing, Infrastructure Project Management, IT Project Support – New Construction, Design and Quality Assurance, Engineering Services, and Life Cycle Planning.

E-Rate Office seeks funding, performs oversight of expenditures, performs compliance reviews, and manages all other responsibilities related to the E-Rate program. Enterprise Computing Branch manages large projects (including new schools) that require procuring and installing computers, printers, scanners, video conferencing units, and other computing devices. The branch assists with implementation of central tracking of these as well as other end devices that attach to the IT systems. Infrastructure Project Management Branch executes and manages information technology infrastructure projects (including Local Area Networks, intrusion alarms, intercoms, public address systems, and CATV) at all schools and offices. IT Project Support - New Construction Branch assists and supports Facilities New Construction by coordinating and ensuring all IT infrastructure systems are fully functioning and all new school information technology needs are met. Design and Quality Assurance Branch plans and designs IT systems, develops and maintains IT infrastructure specifications, and performs quality assurance on all IT installations. Engineering Services Branch develops and maintains the District’s infrastructure architecture and specifications. The branch develops tactical strategies including capacity planning to
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maximize the efficiency of the District’s IT systems and leads the implementation of new technologies that address long-term solutions to infrastructure-related needs. Life Cycle Planning Branch manages assessment of the current state of IT systems and coordinates, determines, and prioritizes IT capital projects. The branch manages asset management compliance related to acquisitions, deployment, and retirement. In addition, the branch monitors bond program compliance.

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he management team consists of highly-skilled program and project professionals with years of experience in installing technology systems. Included on this team are engineers with extensive experience in the District’s information technology infrastructure systems. The program staff operates on three basic principles: Accountability Solution-oriented decision processes A commitment to continuous improvement

The IT infrastructure program management staff faces a number of challenges in the successful execution of projects, including competing demands for management resources, limited equipment, location, and space availability. Their responsibilities include: Meeting requirements of the SLD for E-Rate eligibility Updating the IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to meet changing and growing needs Planning, design oversight, and project management Controlling costs and scheduling for each project Maintaining quality assurance and managing risk Coordinating all new infrastructure projects with systems already in place or being installed The team is committed to achieving the District’s objectives with respect to ensuring that all students are granted the same opportunity to access the Internet for educational benefits.

Program/Project Management Goals
Design Oversight. Coordinate and maintain quality assurance of engineering professionals’ efforts to ensure compliance with industry and District specifications, objectives, and policies. Procurement. Contract for design and installation services by working with legal and procurement staff to ensure the use of appropriate contracting vehicles and adherence to federal, state, and local laws and policies. Contract types include, but are not limited to, California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) contracts, public works, professional service, and other competitively bid procurement contracts. Construction/Installation Management. Coordinate and maintain quality assurance of installation contractors and in-house communication technicians. Ensure that specifications, objectives, and policies are utilized; deficiencies and claims are minimized; and all required documentation is completed and delivered to the appropriate District divisions. Cost Management. Manage programs and budgets to ensure that program resources are optimized and that funds are properly allocated.

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The program management staff categorizes the IT infrastructure projects into four groups: School Networks Telecommunications systems Multiple and converged systems Safety systems When determining IT projects, the following criteria are considered: High priority schools as identified by the Superintendent, Board members, and the Division of Instruction Obsolescence and/or age of system impacting the ability to access instructional and central business applications Rate of failure due to extensive usage or incompatibility with emerging technologies Bandwidth needs - Enrollment and classroom growth have a direct impact on bandwidth needs; increased demand for video and graphics requires more bandwidth (data transfer capacity or speed of transmission of digital communications) Probability of receiving E-Rate funding

Design Guidelines
The LAUSD Network Architecture Design Guidelines articulate the basic tenets included in the design of all information technology projects. These are: Standardize equipment (where possible) and cable installations to reduce maintenance and support costs Upgrade and replace equipment that is at its “end-of-life” to reduce maintenance costs due to high failure rates Design for the long term and consider life cycle costs Maximize the use of space by centralizing data, voice, and video systems Design for convergence, allowing, wherever possible, data networks, intercommunication, public address, and intrusion alarm systems to share the cabling backbone, thus reducing installation and long term maintenance cost Design for flexibility Specify affordable, durable, sustainable materials and equipment

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nfrastructure projects are funded primarily by bond measures and the federal Universal Service Fund for Schools and Libraries, more commonly known as the E-Rate Program. The District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture provides a foundation for the planning and investing of funds to take advantage of the technological systems that support the District’s educational goals. The SEP plans the tactical execution of the objectives in the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture.

Funding Sources
Bond Measures Local bonds provide the primary source of funds for IT Infrastructure projects. With the passage of Measures K, R, and Y to help finance facilities improvements for all schools in the District, the Board of Education authorizes funds for information technology projects in order to address the District’s technology needs. E-Rate The E-Rate (short for “education rate”) program, administered by the Schools and Libraries Division (SLD), provides eligible K-12 public schools and libraries with 20 to 90 percent discounts on approved telecommunications; Internet access; and internal connections, equipment, and services. E-Rate discounts are based on the number of students eligible for the National Free and Reduced Lunch Program. District students and staff receive the following benefits: Basic telephone service Basic telephone system support for schools Basic Network support for schools School LAN modernization* School telephone system upgrades*
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In 2009, 1,088 of the District’s school and office sites receive ERate funded services

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To date, $257.7 million in E-Rate funds have been approved for the District’s School LAN Modernization projects. ITD will continue to use available Bond funds as match to apply for E-Rate discounts.

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Funding Source Distribution
IT Funding Source(s) Measure K Measure K Interest Funds Measure K EEC Total Measure K Measure R Measure R School Police Total Measure R Total Measure Y Total Bonds E-Rate Funding to Date Estimated Additional E-Rate Funding* Total E-Rate Totals Program Fund $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 66,000,000 15,000,000 11,000,000 92,000,000 140,000,000 2,000,000 142,000,000 125,000,000 359,000,000 257,714,666 56,408,684 314,123,350 673,123,350

Estimated Additional E-Rate Funding*, $56,408,684 , 8.4% E-Rate Funding to Date, $257,714,666 , 38.3%

Total Measure K, $92,000,000 , 13.7% Total Measure R, $142,000,000 , 21.1% Total Measure Y, $125,000,000 , 18.6%

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The IT Infrastructure SEP budget reflects the program costs (see page 29 for detailed budget information). A project control system is used to manage the budget of current projects, forecast for future projects, and provide reports required under the bond measures. Fund allocation and budgets are divided into five major areas: Installation and/or upgrade of information technology systems as defined in the scope of work (in most instances, this cost includes design) Program/Project Management (includes internal program support personnel as well as external support, such as procurement and business services) Inspection, test and acceptance, and environmental and hazmat oversight during installation to ensure work is performed to contract requirements and specifications as well as District policies on lead and asbestos-related work Contingency funds to cover unforeseen conditions that result in unanticipated costs (i.e. changes in scope, inclement weather, or challenges identified on pages 16 and 17) The update of the IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to meet SLD requirements

Program Use of Funds
Direct Installation Costs Program/Project Management Inspection/Test & Acceptance Contingency LAUSD IT Strategic Plan and Architecture Total Current Estimated Use $566,059,337 $61,269,403 $35,199,090 $7,916,604 $2,678,916 $673,123,350 Existing Contracts/Encumbrances & Expenditures $497,516,737 $55,785,995 $31,771,960 $0 $1,678,916 $586,753,608 Contracts in Development $68,542,600 $5,483,408 $3,427,130 $7,916,604 $1,000,000 $86,369,742

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he success of information technology infrastructure projects will depend on ITD’s ability to address the following challenges: Rapidly growing and changing instructional needs and technologies Potential reduction of E-Rate funding Minimizing school site disruptions Potentially hazardous materials Coordination with Facilities Services Division Air conditioning maintenance Contracting mechanisms

Rapidly Growing and Changing Instructional Needs and Technologies Implementation of on-line learning, real time testing data, and new student information and human resources/business applications requires new technologies, increased security, and additional bandwidth. ITD will continue to work closely with the application providers to ensure that equipment needs and specifications are met to maximize the potential life of the installed Enterprise Resource Program (ERP) systems, Integrated Student Information Systems (ISIS), and instructional based applications. Potential Reduction of E-Rate Funding Continual rule changes impact fund availability for infrastructure projects. This could ultimately impact the scope of work completed, estimated budget, and schedule. Increased applications by other school districts also impact the number of applications the District has approved. Minimizing School Site Disruptions The project management team works closely with school site staff to keep school disruptions at a minimum by coordinating with the school’s schedule or scheduling work after hours when classes are not in session. The challenge continues to be working around year-round schedules, summer school, adult school classes, and after-school programs. The team also addresses community concerns regarding noise. Potentially Hazardous Materials A number of the projects require wall penetrations into surfaces containing either lead paint or asbestos. ITD confers with the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) to deploy appropriate precautionary measures required to eliminate any possibility of hazardous material exposures. In the rare case where hazardous material mitigation is required, relocation of students and staff may be necessary. If this occurs, ITD will coordinate efforts with OEHS, Facilities Services Division, the Local District, and the school to minimize disruptions to students and staff.

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Coordination with Facilities Services Division Projects managed by ITD are occurring at sites undergoing Facilities Bond, Modernization, full-day kindergarten additions, and Small Learning Communities projects, as well as routine maintenance. ITD is coordinating, aligning, and sharing its schedule with the local districts and Facilities Services Division. Air Conditioning Maintenance In order to keep IT systems functioning, proper air conditioning is a requirement. High temperatures cause equipment failures resulting in constant network outages. Equipment replacement costs range from a few thousand dollars to over $200,000 per incident. To date, equipment closets at 121 sites are in need of air conditioning upgrades. Contracting Mechanisms Contracting methods are complex and the changing E-Rate rules continually impact the contracts requiring clarifications and amendments. This results in project delays and may increase costs.

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he Information Technology Division provides full disclosure of its methods, data, and implementation performance. The following basic guidelines outline the division’s reporting standards: Establish baseline information on scope, schedule, and cost, then measure current performance against these baseline metrics Report to stakeholders in relevant, easy to understand reports Provide early warning of potential variances from anticipated results so that decision-makers are presented with mitigation options in a timely manner Post all reports on a District website for ease of distribution

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Strategic Execution Plan This annual update outlines the current program status. The plan contains detailed information on projects, including key milestones and schedules, budgets, management and cost controls, and early warning systems. In addition, the annual update identifies last year’s performance data and delineates the remaining program activities. Status Reports Quarterly reports are provided detailing baseline information and project status. Items tracked include project start and completion status, projected expenditures and implementation activities, summary status information by project, and other items of interest. Exception Reports Exception reports are presented as needed, focusing on potential problems. Examples of situations generating exception reports are: (1) A change order on a project exceeding 10% of the original construction award (2) A specific information technology project budget exceeding 5% of the baseline cost

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School Networks LAN Modernization (including Wireless LAN) Routers (complete) Token Ring Conversion - Secondary Schools (complete) Wide Area & Metropolitan Area Networks (complete) Telecommunications Systems Telephone Wiring PBX Upgrades and Replacements (complete) Telephone Line Consolidation (complete) Multiple & Converged Systems Early Education Centers Safety & Technology (complete) Adult Ed./ Oc. Centers Safety & Technology (complete) Safety Systems Radio Communications System / Base Stations School Police Dispatch & Records Mgmt (complete) Totals
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Phase 1 and 2: Schools in these two phases have networks requiring modernization or upgrades. The essential network equipment (switches and routers) is approaching, or has reached, end of life and is no longer supported by the manufacturer. Certain types of network equipment are experiencing a 90% failure rate. After manufacturers declare equipment to be end of life, there is limited or no support available, making it more cost effective to replace.

Funding Source # of Projects Projects Completed to Date Projects in Progress to Date Start Estimated Completion Budget w/o PM & QA

Meas K, R, Y & E-Rate 647* 282 233 Oct-03 Jun-14 $506,012,077 *

Phase 2: Schools in this phase have local area network *Estimate-The # of projects and budget may change based on equipment and cabling that still have useful life but have the approval of E-Rate applications wireless LAN and scalable fiber requirements for increased internet bandwidth to meet instructional needs. Secondary schools need the capacity that fiber optic networks provide. A fiber solution is a more cost effective way to provide additional bandwidth through simple network reconfigurations. The additional wireless will allow a greater number of students to access instructional resources. Scope Modernize and replace outdated electronics, install new or replace deteriorated cabling, and install wireless. At secondary sites, schools will receive fiber to the schools, thus increasing bandwidth to the internet. The scope provides for a single integrated network that will provide an acceptable performance level and accommodates increased bandwidth and security requirements. Installations designed to reduce ongoing maintenance and support costs are uniform and standards-based using industry best practices. Progress To date, 282 projects have been completed, 233 are progressing, 50 are awaiting E-Rate funding, and 82 are being prepared for bid.

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Project Area II - Telecommunications Systems
Telecommunication projects encompass three major areas that work together to achieve greater access and cost efficiencies: School site telephone wiring replacement PBX upgrades and replacements-Completed: see page 25 Telephone line consolidation-Completed: see page 26 School Site Telephone Wiring

Need Nine schools are experiencing continuing problems with phone communications. These sites have deteriorating and failing telephone wiring that is over 40 to 50 years old. Scope Replace the severely deteriorating telephone wiring at nine school sites to provide reliable service and reduce maintenance costs. To reduce costs, these projects were bid as part of the LAN Modernization projects. Progress To date, two sites, Muir Middle School and University High School, are complete. Six sites are in progress, and one site is awaiting E-Rate funding.

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*Projects are scheduled over the next two years to align with LAN Modernization projects potentially allowing ITD to receive E-Rate discounts for this work. Duration of each project is 6-12 months. Two schools removed as a result of reduced funding.

Existing Telephone Wiring
Termination Installation

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Project Area III - Multiple and Converged Systems
Early Education Centers Completed - See page 26 Adult Education and Occupational Centers Completed - See page 27

Project Area IV - Safety Systems
Radio Communications System Need Replace the Emergency Radio Communication System that supports school police operations, transportation, and schools. The District’s radio system is close to 30 years old and much of the equipment and radios are no longer supported by the manufacturer. In addition, the system was only designed for communication between vehicles, thus making communication for police officers more difficult in some of the District’s buildings. Interoperability with other agencies during emergencies continues to be an issue.

PROJECT INFORMATION Funding Source Measure Y

Start Estimated Completion

Sep-06 Jun-12

Budget w/o PM & QA

$10,799,591

Scope and Progress Redesign and replace the District’s radio system. The scope includes, but is not limited to: Complete user surveys and load studies to determine needs – Completed July 2007, $10,000 Perform a study of current coverage Design new digital Radio Communication System If required by Federal Communications Commission (FCC), migrate to narrow-band channels and replace impacted equipment Procure additional frequencies to meet the needs of schools, transportation, School Police systems, and emergency services Replace Microwave backbone – Completed December 2007, no cost to District Replace failing school police and emergency service staff radios – Completed May 2007,

$1,165,276

Replace secondary school radio systems including base stations, antennas, and associated cabling Note: The District’s Radio Steering Committee is seeking Measure Q funds for the final design and construction of the new digital radio communication system that meets the needs of the District.

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Completed Projects Project Area I – School Networks
Routers - Completed Replaced obsolete routers at nine schools. New routers provide enhanced security and reduce longterm maintenance and support costs. Project completed April 2004 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K was $141,325, under budget by $1,846 or 1.3 percent.

Old Router Technology

New Router Technology

Token Ring Conversions - Completed Replaced obsolete token ring networks (20 year old technology) with Ethernet technologies at 138 middle and high schools that were experiencing serious connectivity issues. School staff now has the ability to complete critical record keeping functions, such as with attendance, grades, procurements, and payroll. The replacement with Ethernet Technology allows access to the new Integrated Student Information System (ISIS). Project completed December 2005 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K was $3,150,883, under budget by $612,626 or 16.3 percent.

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WAN/MAN Expansion and Modernization - Completed To meet all schools’ increasing bandwidth needs, the District’s Wide Area Network was redesigned. The project also consolidated circuits and replaced obsolete and failing equipment. Essential security enhancements were installed to increase student internet safety. Project completed September 2008 within budget. The final project cost under Measure R and Y was $2,975,930. Upgraded Existing Wide Area Network
Internet
Firewall/ Content Filtering

Integrated Scalable Metropolitan Area Network

School Sites GSR Channelized DS3's

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Project Area II - Telecommunications Systems
PBX Upgrades & Replacements - Completed Replaced obsolete phone key systems and upgraded telephone PBX equipment at 548 school sites. Replaced obsolete telephone equipment at 68 school sites. Completed cross connects between telephone and PA/intercom systems at 616 schools, allowing 911 access from classrooms. Project completed December 2005 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K and E-Rate was $5,054,463, under budget by $22,517 or 0.4 percent.

Old Key System Technology

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Telephone Line Consolidation - Completed Redesigned voice solution and consolidated telephone lines and systems into a single solution at 131 secondary schools to meet increased demand and reduce costs. Intuity phone systems were installed to provide voicemail services at 70 schools. Completed December 2007 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K and R was $3,042,675, under budget by $2,919,158 or 49.0 percent due to a more cost efficient solution allowing reduction in scope while still achieving goal. Old Solution Bond Funded Solutions

Telephone Company

Project Area III - Multiple and Converged Systems
Early Education Centers - Completed Provided students and staff at Early Education Centers (EEC) access to the Internet, instructional and business systems, and 911 emergency services from all classrooms and offices. At 95 EEC sites: Upgraded the telephone system Installed a Local Area Network (LAN) Installed intercom/public address system or provided service on the LAN Installed intrusion alarm or door entry control Project completed December 2005 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K was $8,527,706, under budget by $847,294 or 9.0 percent.
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Adult Education and Occupational Centers - Completed Provided students and staff at Adult Education and Occupational Centers (AEOC) access to the Internet, instructional and business systems, and 911 emergency services from all classrooms and offices. At 17 AEOCs: Upgraded telephone system Installed Local Area Network Upgraded or installed intercom/public address system Upgraded or installed intrusion alarm Project completed September 2005 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure K was $18,565,698, under budget by $665,328 or 3.5 percent.

Old network installation at an Adult Education and Occupational Center

New network installation at an Adult Education and Occupational Center

Project Area IV - Safety Systems
Police Dispatch and Records Management - Completed The Los Angeles School Police’s project replaced the obsolete and irreparable field patrol laptop computers, Computer Aided Dispatch computers, and outdated Records Management System. Project completed January 2007 on time and under budget. The final project cost under Measure R was $1,902,850, under budget by $20,227 or 1.1 percent.

New Tough Book

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Projects Budget
Following is the budget for the various projects outlined in the “Projects” section of this SEP.
Projects Budget
2009 SEP Bond Budget School Networks LAN Modernization* New Construction-IT Implementation Router Replacement Token Ring Conversions WAN/MAN Expansion and Modernization Total Networks Telecommunications Systems Telephone Wiring PBX Upgrade PBX Replacement Telephone Line Consolidation Total Telecommunications Systems Multiple and Converged Systems Early Education Centers Safety & Technology Adult Ed/Occ Centers Safety & Technology Total Multiple and Converged Systems Safety Systems Radio Communications System School Police CAD & RMS Total Safety Systems Other Direct Project Costs* Inspection/Test & Acceptance Project/Program Management Total Other Direct Project Costs LAUSD IT Strategic Plan and Architecture Contingency $195,177,661 $1,844,066 $141,325 $3,150,883 $2,975,930 $203,289,865 E-Rate Funding to Estimated Additional Date E-Rate $255,012,282 $1,655,934 $55,822,134 2009 Totals $506,012,077 $3,500,000 $141,325 $3,150,883 $2,975,930 $515,780,215

$256,668,216

$55,822,134

$1,300,526 $2,796,747 $1,710,329 $3,042,675 $8,850,277

$499,063 $547,387 $1,046,450

$586,550

$586,550

$2,386,139 $2,796,747 $2,257,716 $3,042,675 $10,483,277

$8,527,706 $18,565,698 $27,093,404

$8,527,706 $18,565,698 $27,093,404

$10,799,591 $1,902,850 $12,702,441

$10,799,591 $1,902,850 $12,702,441

$35,199,090 $61,269,403 $96,468,493 $2,678,916 $7,916,604

$35,199,090 $61,269,403 $96,468,493 $2,678,916 $7,916,604

Totals

$359,000,000

$257,714,666

$56,408,684

$673,123,350

* Budgets may change depending on approval of E-Rate applications

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Appendix A - Glossary
backbone bandwidth bridge Centrex DID A segment of a network used to connect smaller segments of networks together. The capacity of a network or data connection to transmit data. A device that connects local or remote networks together. Central Exchange - Centrex, like PBXs, routes and switches calls for an organization. However, Centrex service is managed by the local Service Provider. direct inward dialing - A feature of local telephone service whereby each person in an organization has his or her own seven digit telephone number. Calls to DID telephone numbers do not need to be answered by an on-site operator. They go directly to the person assigned the seven digit DID telephone number. The integration of technology in educational courses whereby students may view and participate in instructional activities from various locations, or on an individual basis (using CD-ROMs, for instance). Various forms of computer-based communication (e-mail, newsgroups, videoconferencing, and electronic forums) may be used to facilitate class discussions, faculty “office hours,” and communication among students and between faculty and students. Early Education Center - The early education centers are high-quality, developmentally appropriate preschool programs that address the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive needs of children age 2 through the 2nd grade. Early Childhood Education Division - ECED has 107 Early Education Centers throughout the District. Provides early education programs to maximize school readiness. Programs under the ECED include Early Education, CalSafe, Ready for School, School Readiness Language Development Program, and State Preschool. Electronic mail Short for “educational rate.” Commonly used as reference for the Universal Service Fund for Schools and Libraries, a federal program administered by Schools and Libraries Division that provides eligible K-12 public schools and libraries with 20 to 90 percent discounts on approved telecommunications, Internet access, and internal connections costs. A type of cable made from glass rather than copper. The key advantage of fiberoptic cabling is that it is non-electric. Thus it is immune from electrical interference and interference from other cables within the same conduit. Fiber-optic cabling can be used for higher-speed transmissions than twisted copper pair cabling. In its most basic form, a firewall is a system designed to control access between two networks. There are many different kinds of firewalls – packet filters, application gateways, or proxy servers. Firewalls can be software programs or dedicated hardware devices that were designed solely as firewalls.

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entering a building run through a centralized MDF, then each individual IDF, and then on to specific workstations. infrastructure Internet A network of interconnected computers and communications systems. Includes, but is not limited to, wiring, fiber optics, radio, video, voice, and broadcast signals. A global network linking millions of computers for communication purposes. The Internet was developed in 1969 for the U.S. military and gradually grew to include educational and research institutions. In the last two decades, connections to, and use of, the Internet have mushroomed, primarily due to the popularity of the World Wide Web (the graphical form of the Internet that most people use) and email. Integrated services digital network - a standard digital network that lets users send voice, data, and video over one telephone line from a common network interface. Information Technology. General term used to describe the field of technologies that help produce, manipulate, store, and communicate information. Information Technology Division. A division of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Local Area Network. Two or more computers, usually located within a single room or building, that are connected so that they can interact with each other. A very large and expensive computer capable of supporting hundreds, or even thousands, of users simultaneously. In the hierarchy that starts with a simple microprocessor (in watches, for example) at the bottom and moves to supercomputers at the top, mainframes are just below supercomputers. Metropolitan Area Network – A network that covers a metropolitan area such as a portion of a city. Hospitals, universities, municipalities, and large corporations often have telephone lines running between sites within a city or suburban area. Main Distribution Frame. An equipment rack and/or cabinet that interconnects and manages the telecommunications wiring between itself and any number of IDFs. Unlike an IDF, which connects internal lines to the MDF, the MDF connects private or public lines coming into a building with the internal network. For example, a school with several floors may have one centralized MDF on the first floor and one IDF on each of the floors that is connected to the MDF. A communication device that enables a computer to transmit information over a standard telephone line. There are two modems involved in making a connection: one that connects the user’s computer to the phone jack and, at the other end of the line, the modem that communicates with a networked computer. The combination of audio, video, animation, text, and graphics. A set of connected computers that can share storage devices, peripherals, applications, and data. Networks may be connected directly by cable connections or indirectly by telephone lines or satellites and can be part of a small-office system or global web of numerous other networks. The measures taken to protect a set of computers from threats posed by malicious hackers, viruses, thieves, and other destructive forces. A secure network has the
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ability to protect the system of computers from these forces. PBX Private Branch Exchange-A computerized on-site telephone system. It routes calls within an organization and also from the outside world to people within the organization. Project Management Office A device that forwards data packets among networks. A router is connected to at least two networks, commonly two LANs or WANs or a LAN and its ISP’s network. Routers are located at gateways, the places where two or more networks connect. The control computer on a LAN. The server controls access to software, printers, and other parts or functions of the network. The server is usually connected to workstations that share the main system’s resources. Refers to all types of data transmission, from voice to video. A program designed to replicate itself and spread to other computers through diskettes, CD-ROMs, e-mail attachments, or the Internet. Virtual Private Network. A network that is constructed by using public wires to connect nodes. These systems use encryption and other security mechanisms to ensure that only authorized users can access the network and that the data cannot be intercepted. Wide Area Network. A computer network covering a large geographical area, usually consisting of two or more LANs.

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Following are preliminary schedules for all projects by Local District. Schedules for 2009 - 2012 LAN Modernization may change depending on date E-Rate applications are approved and funded. The schedules for projects that were approved and funded for E-Rate 2008 are adjusted to reflect the actual schedules.

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Estimated Project Budget 606,552,338.25

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8726 x 8507 x x x 2110 x * 2117 x * 9332 x 2269 x * 2323 x x 2335 x 2438 x * 8557 x x x 2470 x 2658 x x 2704 x * 2706 x * 2712 x x 9592 x 2753 x * 8571 x x ADDAMS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT AGGELER OPPORTUNITY HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ANATOLA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 ANDASOL EL ROUTERS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 AVIATION TRADES BRANCH SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) BALBOA G/HA MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 BASSETT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BECKFORD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT BERTRAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 BIRMINGHAM HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BLYTHE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BURTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CALABASH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CALAHAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CALVERT ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 CANOGA PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CANOGA PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 CANOGA PARK HS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CANTARA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CAPISTRANO EL PBX - UPGRADE CASTLEBAY LN EL

Thu 5/1/03
Mon 6/14/04 Mon 6/14/04 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Mon 12/13/04 Thu 6/22/06 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Sun 9/7/03 Sun 9/7/03 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/2/05 Mon 8/3/09 Thu 5/1/03 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 12/8/04 Thu 7/20/06 Thu 12/13/07 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 3/6/08 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 8/3/09 Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 2/4/05 Fri 3/27/09 Tue 5/4/04 Tue 5/4/04 Wed 1/12/05 Wed 1/12/05 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Thu 7/27/06 Wed 10/21/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 1/10/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 9/22/04

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/15/04 Wed 8/31/05 Mon 9/11/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 6/30/11 Sun 9/7/03 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 5/20/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/5/05 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 6/18/08 Thu 7/3/08 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 7/3/08 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 4/19/04 Fri 6/10/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 1/5/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 4/12/05 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 1/12/05 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/5/04 Tue 8/8/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/2/07 Tue 6/29/04 Fri 3/2/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 9/27/04 Galatzan K Galatzan K K E-K Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K E-K-I R-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K K K-R E-R-K Galatzan K E-R-K Korenstein K E-K-I R-Y Canter K Y Galatzan K Y Canter K E-K-I E-R-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K Y Galatzan K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan K Galatzan

100,786,018.87
29,207.46 29,207.46 937,760.33 24,900.56 751,089.57 133,512.20 28,258.00 836,588.74 6,073.58 830,515.16 760,544.77 16,577.41 743,967.36 56,451.28 56,451.28 733,239.93 3,367.04 729,872.89 734,363.66 6,073.58 582,592.97 145,697.11 1,018,476.52 32,476.52 833,005.17 6,855.77 826,149.40 1,952,413.37 3,638.67 5,675.52 33,088.90 1,871,752.28 563,226.06 6,296.33 556,929.73 660,006.32 11,089.15 503,972.20 144,944.97 732,078.48 7,078.48 725,000.00 731,852.98 6,852.98 725,000.00 773,132.09 6,073.58 586,067.94 180,990.57 86,740.60 86,740.60 1,162,296.33 6,296.33 1,156,000.00 2,798,116.43 43,816.19 31,293.83 2,684,748.41 38,258.00 569,222.71 6,855.77 562,366.94 6,852.98 6,852.98 43,657.79

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Name TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CHASE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 CHATSWORTH EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CHATSWORTH HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CLEVELAND HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT COHASSET EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 COLUMBUS MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT DANUBE EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 DARBY EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DEARBORN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 DOUGLAS CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE EINSTEIN CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EL CAMINO REAL HS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EL ORO EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 ELAM EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EMELITA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ENCINO EL PBX - UPGRADE FROST MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FULLBRIGHT AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2

Start Wed 9/22/04 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 6/7/06 Wed 10/14/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 12/20/04 Tue 7/25/06 Mon 6/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 6/9/05 Mon 8/3/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 8/28/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 2/25/05 Fri 2/25/05 Tue 8/28/07 Wed 9/29/04 Wed 9/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 5/5/05 Thu 5/5/05 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Sat 10/25/08 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 8/24/06 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 11/9/07 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 6/30/04 Mon 9/11/06 Tue 2/17/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11

Finish Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/26/03 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 11/9/04 Fri 6/23/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 4/1/05 Thu 8/10/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 8/10/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/30/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/29/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/14/07 Fri 2/25/05 Fri 12/14/07 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 9/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 5/5/05 Thu 5/5/05 Tue 1/20/09 Mon 5/2/05 Tue 1/20/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/26/04 Fri 9/15/06 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 10/28/04 Thu 10/28/04 Fri 2/8/08 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 2/8/08 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/19/04 Wed 6/30/04 Mon 8/13/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14

Board Member

Funding Source K K E-Y

Korenstein

Galatzan K K Y Galatzan K K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan E-K E-K-I R-Y Galatzan K K K-R R-Y Y Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K Y Galatzan K Galatzan K E-R-Y Galatzan K K-R E-Y Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K Canter K E-R-K Canter K Galatzan K K K-R E-R-Y Y Canter K Y

8590 x x x

3137 x x 8102 x x x

3335 x 3340 x * 3377 x * 8682 x 8770 x 8617 x x * 3545 x * 9879 x 3589 x 3616 x 8137 x x x

4027 x *

Estimated Project Budget 43,657.79 965,476.75 594.14 964,882.61 748,430.19 16,577.21 6,852.98 725,000.00 2,627,612.01 2,200.35 34,267.94 30,812.01 2,522,073.71 38,258.00 2,237,646.67 1,379.54 1,760,742.79 35,180.28 402,086.06 38,258.00 853,114.77 31,921.81 675,871.92 145,321.04 1,300,390.13 24,086.29 1,379.54 14,889.64 1,231,776.66 28,258.00 423,659.08 13,750.77 409,908.31 774,312.59 30,345.23 743,967.36 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 3,960.39 3,960.39 381,245.88 7,285.61 373,960.27 1,761,480.36 19,891.80 34,617.98 1,668,712.58 38,258.00 852,680.67 30,307.84 822,372.83 90,535.66 90,535.66 477,695.34 6,852.98 470,842.36 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,524,542.75 16,876.15 6,857.75 11,725.87 1,460,824.98 28,258.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 4055 x * 4110 x * 4117 x * 9578 x 4130 x x 4233 x 8681 x x x 8816 x 8169 x x x * 4349 x 4445 x 4452 x 4473 x * 8174 x x x 8885 x 8182 x x x

Name GARDEN GROVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 GAULT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 GERMAIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 GLEDHILL EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GLEDHILL ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GRANADA EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT GRANADA HILLS HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION GREY CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT HALE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 HAMLIN EL PBX - UPGRADE HART ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE HASKELL EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 HAYNES EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 HENRY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HIGH TECH HS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) HOLMES MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT INDEPENDENCE CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 JUSTICE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 KENNEDY HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT KNOLLWOOD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LANAI EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 5/4/04 Tue 5/4/04 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 8/3/09 Thu 1/27/05 Thu 1/27/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 8/21/07 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 8/6/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 3/22/05 Wed 6/14/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 1/13/05 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/7/07 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 9/18/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 9/21/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/30/04 Mon 8/30/04 Thu 12/13/07 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 11/29/04 Tue 9/26/06 Fri 7/10/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 9/23/04 Thu 9/23/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/24/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 1/27/05 Thu 1/27/05 Tue 8/21/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 11/9/04 Tue 8/21/07 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 8/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 11/18/05 Wed 7/12/06 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 1/13/05 Wed 1/30/08 Thu 9/30/04 Wed 1/30/08 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/29/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/1/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/14/05 Wed 7/21/04 Tue 10/31/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/3/08 Thu 9/2/04 Tue 6/3/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 3/3/05 Tue 8/14/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 4/21/04

Board Member Galatzan

Funding Source K E-Y

Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K Y Galatzan K Galatzan K E-K-I R-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K K K-R Galatzan K Galatzan K K K-R Y Y Galatzan K Galatzan K Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K K K-R Y Galatzan K Galatzan K K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan K Y Galatzan K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K Canter K

8559 x 4692 x * 8725 x x x

4762 x 4764 x

Estimated Project Budget 822,229.40 594.14 821,635.26 832,222.98 6,073.58 826,149.40 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00 66,729.36 66,729.36 770,295.36 1,845.20 623,129.12 145,321.04 10,305.75 10,305.75 50,727.90 594.14 39,532.31 10,601.45 1,947.03 1,947.03 2,421,735.41 6,073.58 58,997.56 16,606.27 28,258.00 2,311,800.00 6,073.58 6,073.58 1,163,078.48 7,078.48 464,972.19 26,565.59 438,406.60 755,194.16 25,321.27 729,872.89 52,374.80 10,828.36 594.14 12,694.30 28,258.00 38,277.82 38,277.82 1,395,326.24 25,031.10 8,617.74 18,453.17 1,314,966.23 28,258.00 138,995.68 23,661.31 115,334.37 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 2,199,044.26 594.14 1,708,312.47 49,793.59 402,086.06 38,258.00 33,107.20 33,107.20 785,280.29 6,073.58

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code * 4775 x 4790 x * 8217 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LANGDON EL PBX - UPGRADE LASSEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LAWRENCE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LEICHMAN SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LEMAY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LEMAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LEONIS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LIGGETT EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LIMERICK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 LOCKHURST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 LOKRANTZ SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LORNE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 LULL SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 MARINE AVE. TRADES SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MAXINE WATERS EPC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MAYALL EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MELVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE MILLER HS PBX - UPGRADE MONROE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MULHOLLAND MS TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NAPA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NESTLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NEVADA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2

Start Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 9/28/06 Tue 4/21/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 2/1/07 Mon 8/15/05 Mon 8/15/05 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Tue 4/26/05 Tue 4/26/05 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 2/26/07 Mon 2/26/07 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 8/6/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 2/7/07 Fri 5/15/09 Fri 5/15/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 12/15/06 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Fri 7/1/05 Fri 7/1/05 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 2/3/05 Thu 5/1/03 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 8/19/04 Wed 10/11/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 7/17/03 Fri 4/22/05 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 3/16/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 1/10/05 Mon 1/10/05 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/3/04 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 11/14/06 Fri 9/4/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/28/07 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 3/28/07 Fri 10/7/05 Fri 10/7/05 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/26/05 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 4/11/07 Wed 4/11/07 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/4/07 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 4/4/07 Thu 8/13/09 Thu 8/13/09 Fri 2/16/07 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 2/16/07 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 2/3/05 Thu 2/3/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/6/05 Wed 6/27/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 8/28/03 Fri 7/22/05 Tue 2/27/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 1/10/05 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14

Board Member

Funding Source E-Y K

Korenstein Korenstein K E-Y Galatzan K K K-R R-Y Y Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan K Galatzan K Galatzan K E-Y Korenstein E-R-K Galatzan K Y Galatzan K Y Galatzan K E-R-K Galatzan R-Y Galatzan K E-R-K Vladovic K Vladovic K Galatzan K Galatzan K Galatzan K Galatzan K K K-R Y Galatzan K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-Y Canter K E-Y Galatzan K Y

1908 x 9530 x 4849 x 8620 x * 4870 4881 x * 4887 x * 1947 x 4973 1959 x 9312 x 1685 x 5198 x 5233 x 1910 x 8768 x x x 8259 x x x

5446 x * 5452 x * 5459 x *

Estimated Project Budget 779,206.71 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 911,485.43 594.14 910,891.29 1,557,421.38 23,719.50 594.14 20,842.68 1,484,007.06 28,258.00 507,664.07 594.14 507,069.93 71,042.34 71,042.34 6,296.33 6,296.33 397,954.20 48,658.24 349,295.96 668,531.35 668,531.35 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 992,863.69 6,863.69 986,000.00 598,579.37 594.14 597,985.23 783,621.61 783,621.61 454,317.09 1,379.54 452,937.55 78,625.38 78,625.38 1,062,082.21 1,062,082.21 38,970.78 15,344.59 40,554.31 6,852.98 594.14 594.14 107,160.34 1,379.54 45,161.70 22,361.10 38,258.00 2,172,023.28 17,213.75 1,393,565.89 21,901.20 711,084.44 28,258.00 877,460.90 6,855.77 870,605.13 837,475.32 7,078.48 830,396.84 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 5479 x x 9540 x 5603 x x 8272 x x * 9329 x 8513 8283 x x x

Name NEWCASTLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 NOBLE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NOBLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 NOBLE MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 NORTH VALLEY OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) NORTHRIDGE ACAD HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 NORTHRIDGE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT OWENSMOUTH CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION PANORAMA HS PARTHENIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PLUMMER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 POMELO EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE PORTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PORTOLA MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PRIMARY ACADEMY LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 RANCHITO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 RESEDA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 RESEDA HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RINALDI ADULT CTR, BRANCH OF KENNEDY-SAN FERN AD SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) SAN JOSE EL

Start Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Tue 10/3/06 Tue 5/11/04 Tue 5/11/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 7/5/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 1/21/05 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 10/18/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 7/14/04 Wed 7/14/04 Tue 10/30/07 Tue 5/5/09 Thu 5/13/04 Thu 5/13/04 Wed 6/30/04 Mon 10/23/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 11/9/09 Tue 10/9/07 Tue 10/9/07 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 1/24/08 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 3/20/06 Mon 12/29/03 Mon 12/29/03 Thu 4/15/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 5/13/04 Fri 2/16/07 Wed 9/26/07 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 11/13/06 Wed 12/17/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/23/05 Thu 6/23/05 Mon 7/20/09 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 1/31/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 10/20/04 Tue 6/7/05 Tue 11/21/06 Fri 5/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/6/04 Mon 12/6/04 Mon 1/24/05

Finish Tue 3/13/07 Wed 1/5/05 Tue 3/13/07 Thu 10/7/04 Thu 10/7/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 11/16/04 Thu 9/29/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/14/05 Tue 1/30/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 9/2/09 Wed 9/2/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/28/05 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 2/1/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 8/20/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 10/9/07 Tue 1/8/08 Fri 4/11/08 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 4/11/08 Tue 5/30/06 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 5/30/06 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 1/9/04 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/2/04 Tue 3/13/07 Fri 3/28/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/16/03 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/15/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/23/09 Wed 8/17/05 Wed 9/23/09 Thu 3/15/07 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/15/07 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/23/05 Thu 11/3/05 Tue 3/27/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Tue 8/7/07

Board Member Galatzan

Funding Source K E-K

Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K-I E-R-Y Galatzan K K-R Y Y Korenstein K Galatzan R-Y Galatzan K K K-R R-Y Y Galatzan K E-R-Y K-R Korenstein Galatzan K E-R-K Korenstein K E-K Galatzan K K Galatzan K K K-R E-R-K Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y Korenstein E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K E-R-K Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K Korenstein

8573 x x 8610 6027 x 6123 x x 6140 x x 8354 x x x 8107 x x x

4776 x 6192 x 6233 x * 8814 x x x x

9365 x 6479

Estimated Project Budget 722,622.38 10,773.44 711,848.94 70,959.95 70,959.95 1,404,680.84 3,439.04 851,205.01 550,036.79 2,132,514.73 4,703.42 19,553.31 28,258.00 2,080,000.00 1,944,020.57 1,944,020.57 697,831.73 697,831.73 1,505,181.54 46,563.14 6,073.58 19,467.44 1,404,819.38 28,258.00 287,015.87 36,485.01 250,530.86 11,496.37 11,496.37 430,285.89 594.14 429,691.75 636,135.39 6,073.58 630,061.81 23,263.45 17,189.87 6,073.58 1,237,422.28 1,379.54 16,302.17 28,545.17 1,162,937.40 1,647,613.55 22,163.92 6,073.58 16,225.11 1,574,892.94 28,258.00 389,702.02 294,521.66 95,180.36 549,775.42 6,852.98 542,922.44 831,894.70 1,379.54 830,515.16 2,398,081.47 594.14 1,899,286.63 12,958.53 44,898.11 402,086.06 38,258.00 648,594.24 648,594.24 544,455.16

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 8363 x x x

Name TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SEPULVEDA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SHIRLEY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SOCES MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT STAGG EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 STONEY POINT CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SUNNY BRAE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SUPERIOR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SUTTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TAFT HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TARZANA EL PBX - UPGRADE THOREAU CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 TOPEKA DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 TULSA EL PBX - UPGRADE VALLEY ALTERNATIVE MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VAN GOGH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 2 VANALDEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VANALDEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VINTAGE ST. MATH/SCI MAGNET TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 VISTA MS

Start Mon 1/24/05 Fri 6/1/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 10/27/05 Mon 11/27/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 6/8/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 10/13/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 4/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 12/4/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 10/3/06 Tue 11/3/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 10/15/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 3/15/05 Thu 1/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 10/6/04 Wed 10/6/04 Tue 10/12/04 Thu 12/18/08 Tue 7/1/08

Finish Tue 1/25/05 Tue 8/7/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 12/12/05 Tue 2/27/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/7/04 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 6/8/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 5/3/05 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 10/3/05 Thu 2/8/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 11/15/06 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 5/31/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/05 Thu 6/30/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 10/6/04 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10

Board Member

Funding Source K E-R-K K K K-R R-Y Y

Korenstein

6712 x * 8842 x x x 6890 x * 8585 x 6986 x * 7007 x * 8406 x x x

Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K K K-R Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K E-R-Y Galatzan K Y Galatzan K E-Y Canter K K K-R R-Y Y Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y Canter K Canter K E-R-Y Galatzan K Y Galatzan K Galatzan K K E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K Y Galatzan K E-K-I E-R-Y Korenstein

8880 x x x

7041 x 8883 x 7201 x * 7247 x 7390 x x

7422 x * 9542 x 7411 x * 7562 x x 8117

Estimated Project Budget 11,103.56 533,351.60 1,790,461.60 2,200.35 15,254.75 17,248.55 1,727,499.95 28,258.00 938,415.10 6,855.77 931,559.33 76,193.71 32,395.31 594.14 14,946.26 28,258.00 836,588.74 6,073.58 830,515.16 310,146.00 4,227.42 305,918.58 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 863,725.32 6,852.98 838,412.34 1,471,631.78 6,073.58 21,068.33 16,016.06 1,400,215.81 28,258.00 1,856,833.60 21,207.06 594.14 30,658.52 1,766,115.88 38,258.00 6,073.58 6,073.58 316,360.59 24,714.42 291,646.17 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,379.54 1,379.54 783,121.51 6,073.58 2,431.97 746,357.96 28,258.00 788,497.93 594.14 787,903.79 98,212.93 98,212.93 992,856.07 6,856.07 986,000.00 733,548.16 29,855.28 522,700.87 180,992.01 499,146.85

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7637 x 9010 x 1958 x 7774 x * 7836 x * 8591 x 7877 x 8344 x x x * 7890 x x *

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 WELBY EL PBX - UPGRADE WEST VALLEY OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) WEST VALLEY SP ED PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WILBUR AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 WINNETKA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 WOODEN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 WOODLAKE EL PBX - UPGRADE WOODLAND HILLS ACAD MS (PARKMAN) PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WOODLAND HILLS EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2

Start Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04 Fri 12/15/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Wed 9/24/08 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 6/14/05 Mon 10/30/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/12/04 Mon 1/12/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Mon 2/26/07 Wed 4/21/04 Mon 2/26/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 12/16/08 Fri 1/14/05 Tue 12/16/08 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 11/1/05 Tue 2/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/23/04 Tue 3/30/04 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source R-Y K

Galatzan Canter K Galatzan K E-R-K Canter K Y Galatzan K E-Y Galatzan K E-R-Y Galatzan K Canter K K K-R Y Y Canter K K Y

Estimated Project Budget 499,146.85 6,073.58 6,073.58 3,626,776.87 3,626,776.87 601,025.60 6,073.58 594,952.02 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 869,038.86 6,852.98 862,185.88 578,893.38 31,174.29 547,719.09 6,073.58 6,073.58 1,223,784.32 6,073.58 14,287.55 19,165.19 1,156,000.00 28,258.00 1,009,432.98 16,577.21 6,855.77 986,000.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 2
APPERSON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ARLETA HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION ARMINTA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ARMINTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BEACHY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BELLINGHAM PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 BRAINARD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BROADOUS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BROADOUS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BURBANK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BYRD MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CAMELLIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CANTERBURY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CARLSON HOSPITAL SCHOOL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CARPENTER EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE CHANDLER EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 COLDWATER CYN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 COLFAX EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 COLUMBUS AVE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 COUGHLIN PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DIXIE CANYON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DYER EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EARHART CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EAST VALLEY HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION EL DORADO EL PBX - UPGRADE

Fri 9/5/03
Fri 9/10/04 Fri 9/10/04 Thu 1/15/09 Mon 6/4/07 Mon 6/4/07 Tue 5/11/04 Tue 5/11/04 Tue 1/4/05 Tue 1/4/05 Wed 3/19/08 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 7/20/09 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Mon 1/14/08 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Fri 2/17/06 Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 7/7/05 Mon 7/13/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 12/18/06 Wed 4/11/07 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/28/06 Tue 3/21/06 Tue 3/21/06 Thu 3/24/05 Thu 3/24/05 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/5/04 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/1/09 Thu 1/6/05 Thu 1/6/05 Tue 9/12/06 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Fri 3/6/09 Wed 1/17/07 Wed 1/17/07 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 1/17/05 Mon 1/17/05 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/7/06 Tue 2/7/06 Wed 2/16/05 Wed 2/16/05 Mon 8/10/09 Tue 11/13/07 Tue 11/13/07 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04

Mon 9/30/13
Wed 9/30/09 Fri 9/10/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 9/4/07 Mon 10/4/04 Mon 10/4/04 Fri 1/9/09 Tue 1/4/05 Fri 1/9/09 Wed 9/23/09 Mon 7/18/05 Wed 9/23/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 4/3/08 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 4/3/08 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Tue 5/16/06 Fri 4/29/05 Tue 5/16/06 Wed 9/16/09 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 9/8/05 Wed 9/16/09 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 12/2/05 Thu 5/3/07 Tue 6/26/07 Wed 9/13/06 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 9/13/06 Tue 6/20/06 Tue 6/20/06 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/24/05 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/16/04 Thu 4/22/04 Wed 8/5/09 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 8/5/09 Wed 2/21/07 Thu 1/6/05 Wed 2/21/07 Fri 6/5/09 Mon 4/26/04 Fri 6/5/09 Tue 4/8/08 Tue 4/8/08 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 1/17/05 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/7/06 Wed 6/7/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/23/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 2/15/08 Thu 4/27/06 Mon 7/26/04 Korenstein

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

81,854,559.79
779,301.99 22,323.10 756,978.89 9,974.61 9,974.61 65,713.52 65,713.52 583,746.87 6,296.33 577,450.54 772,697.33 627,376.29 145,321.04 216,301.23 216,301.23 472,135.71 8,760.75 463,374.96 73,252.47 73,252.47 551,922.41 345.83 551,576.58 637,940.69 12,869.14 480,126.58 144,944.97 1,063,013.41 594.14 7,354.32 24,539.49 1,030,525.46 579,615.35 6,852.98 572,762.37 722,142.25 722,142.25 28,320.78 28,320.78 14,172.14 8,098.56 6,073.58 807,728.71 31,921.81 775,806.90 805,715.21 6,296.33 799,418.88 792,661.34 6,852.98 785,808.36 324,552.10 324,552.10 784,295.07 784,295.07 878,749.19 6,296.33 872,452.86 684,221.35 684,221.35 257,075.97 26,493.73 230,582.24 9,972.73 9,972.73 478,091.50 594.14

K E-R-Y Korenstein K-R Korenstein K Korenstein K E-R-K Korenstein E-K-I R-Y Galatzan R-Y Korenstein K E-R-K Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K Galatzan K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K K K-R E-R-K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein E-K Galatzan K Galatzan K K Galatzan E-K R-Y Galatzan K E-K Galatzan K R-Y Korenstein E-R-K Korenstein E-Y Galatzan K E-Y Korenstein E-K Galatzan K E-R-Y Galatzan K-R Korenstein K

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 3630 x x 8876 x 9582 x 3712 x x 3753 x x 8142 x x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ERWIN EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 EVERGREEN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 FAIR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) FAIR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 FERNANGELES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 FULTON COLLEGE PREP PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GLENWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GLUCK (MACLAY) EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GLUCK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRANT HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GRIDLEY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 HADDON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HADDON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HARDING EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 HAZELTINE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HERRICK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HUBBARD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HUBBARD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 KESTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 KINDERGARTEN LEARNING ACADEMY PBX - UPGRADE

Start Fri 2/3/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 8/3/09 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 8/31/09 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 3/3/05 Mon 8/31/09 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04 Thu 7/14/05 Fri 7/17/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 10/3/05 Wed 12/20/06 Wed 3/11/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 4/26/05 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/25/04 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 12/1/04 Thu 1/20/05 Thu 8/24/06 Wed 7/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/31/05 Thu 3/31/05 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 2/22/05 Tue 2/22/05 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Tue 3/14/06 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Wed 4/15/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 10/17/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Fri 6/9/06 Fri 7/15/05 Fri 7/15/05 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 2/17/06 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 11/12/04 Fri 10/10/08 Wed 4/6/05 Wed 4/6/05

Finish Thu 4/27/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 2/14/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 6/2/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 9/18/09 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 9/13/05 Fri 9/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 9/30/05 Wed 11/9/05 Tue 8/21/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 4/16/04 Thu 6/30/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 10/28/04 Thu 10/28/04 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 7/1/05 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 9/12/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 6/21/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/30/05 Wed 3/30/05 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/23/06 Tue 7/14/09 Fri 9/24/04 Tue 7/14/09 Thu 5/10/07 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 5/10/07 Sat 9/23/06 Thu 7/15/04 Sat 9/23/06 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 4/21/06 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 4/21/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 1/11/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 4/6/05

Board Member

Funding Source E-K E-K E-K-I R-Y

Galatzan

Korenstein K E-R-Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K-I E-R-Y Korenstein K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Korenstein K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K Korenstein K Galatzan K K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y Korenstein E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K R-Y Korenstein E-K E-K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K Galatzan K E-K-I E-R-Y Korenstein K

4192 x x 9594 x 9520 x 8683 x x x x

4295 x 9588 x 4329 x x 4431 x 4493 x x 4515 x x 9526 x 4603 x x 4726 x x 7439 x

Estimated Project Budget 477,497.36 985,049.39 33,046.01 806,306.27 145,697.11 235,628.98 26,687.21 208,941.77 67,608.02 67,608.02 1,237,080.98 6,296.33 826,925.74 403,858.91 948,125.64 6,073.58 796,731.02 145,321.04 3,224,928.78 6,073.58 1,856,257.20 6,711.02 14,733.73 1,312,895.25 28,258.00 891,918.12 6,073.58 740,523.50 145,321.04 77,134.55 77,134.55 117,893.32 117,893.32 2,179,151.89 15,879.41 10,826.47 1,681,494.44 30,607.51 402,086.06 38,258.00 823,435.99 678,114.95 145,321.04 99,387.34 99,387.34 586,992.46 594.14 586,398.32 827,881.89 1,870.90 826,010.99 834,477.02 33,046.01 801,431.01 460,523.03 594.14 459,928.89 96,956.90 96,956.90 568,829.53 594.14 568,235.39 1,082,239.36 6,073.58 895,175.21 180,990.57 919,892.86 2,095.09

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 4760 x x 4781 x x 8638 x 8685 x 1948 x x 8228 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 KITTRIDGE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LANKERSHIM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LEWIS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LONDON CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LOWMAN SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MACLAY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MADISON MS PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MILLIKAN MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MISSION CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 MONLUX EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MORNINGSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MOUNT GLEASON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MOUNTAIN VIEW EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 MT LUKENS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 NORTH HOLLYWOOD CAS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) NORTH HOLLYWOOD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 O MELVENY EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Mon 10/23/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 5/9/06 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 8/21/08 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Thu 8/4/05 Mon 7/13/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/24/05 Tue 10/3/06 Mon 11/24/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 6/9/05 Fri 7/1/05 Tue 11/7/06 Mon 3/9/09 Mon 3/9/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 12/7/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 4/26/05 Fri 5/15/09 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 3/10/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 10/6/05 Tue 12/19/06 Tue 3/6/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 10/12/04 Thu 12/11/08 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 6/1/04 Tue 6/1/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 10/25/05 Tue 4/10/07 Mon 11/2/09 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Mon 4/16/07 Wed 3/31/04 Mon 4/16/07 Fri 9/15/06 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 9/15/06 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/7/04 Thu 9/25/08 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 9/25/08 Wed 9/16/09 Wed 3/31/04 Tue 9/27/05 Wed 9/16/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 12/7/05 Tue 11/21/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Sat 9/24/05 Fri 9/30/05 Thu 12/14/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 3/19/04 Mon 1/8/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 5/4/05 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 8/21/09 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 7/19/05 Fri 8/21/09 Wed 5/24/06 Tue 7/20/04 Wed 5/24/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 11/14/05 Thu 2/22/07 Fri 5/25/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/28/04 Fri 11/12/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 2/8/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 12/8/05 Thu 7/12/07 Thu 9/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/20/04

Board Member

Funding Source E-R-Y E-K E-K

Galatzan

Galatzan K E-K Korenstein K Galatzan K E-R-Y Korenstein E-K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan E-K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y Galatzan K K K-R E-R-Y Y Korenstein K E-Y Galatzan E-K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K K K-R E-R-K Y Korenstein K E-K-I E-R-Y Korenstein K E-R-Y Galatzan K Galatzan K K K-R E-R-Y Korenstein K

8230 x x x x

8238 x x x

8845 x * 5342 x x 5397 x x 8240 x x x

5404 x x 8916 x 9327 x 8786 x x x 5726 x

Estimated Project Budget 917,797.77 656,517.80 42,680.09 613,837.71 480,301.57 6,852.98 473,448.59 7,276.07 7,276.07 353,361.50 7,744.34 345,617.16 746,299.10 45,159.30 556,194.83 144,944.97 1,457,240.12 1,379.54 7,277.17 26,743.86 1,393,581.55 28,258.00 3,467,570.50 44,209.58 2,069,978.26 7,984.24 20,757.26 1,161,317.41 135,065.75 28,258.00 1,529,064.47 43,392.12 6,073.58 21,914.61 1,429,426.16 28,258.00 304,189.17 5,558.09 298,631.08 923,206.56 31,921.81 745,963.71 145,321.04 510,488.08 594.14 509,893.94 1,212,234.98 594.14 3,452.24 16,691.77 1,163,238.83 28,258.00 734,533.08 29,207.65 524,334.86 180,990.57 246,203.01 28,943.77 217,259.24 74,383.76 74,383.76 2,250,639.09 594.14 30,120.33 19,229.87 2,162,436.75 935,762.19 594.14

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code * 8306 x x x x 5894 x x 5918 x x 9547 x 5973 x 8321 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 OLIVE VISTA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT OSCEOLA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 OXNARD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 PACOIMA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PACOIMA EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PACOIMA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PINEWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PINEWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PLAINVIEW EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 POLYTECHNIC HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT REED MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RIO VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 RIVERSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 ROGERS HS PBX - UPGRADE ROSCOE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SAN FERNANDO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SAN FERNANDO EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SAN FERNANDO HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SAN FERNANDO MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING

Start Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/16/05 Fri 3/3/06 Mon 1/22/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Thu 1/26/06 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 4/20/06 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04 Wed 10/26/05 Thu 1/25/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/1/05 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 2/2/07 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 9/5/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 2/7/07 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 5/11/05 Mon 2/12/07 Wed 12/10/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/28/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/24/06 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 5/31/05 Fri 3/3/06 Fri 3/3/06 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 1/12/05 Tue 2/20/07 Tue 4/29/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 1/28/05 Thu 6/16/05

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/10/04 Fri 11/4/05 Thu 11/16/06 Fri 3/9/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/10/06 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 3/10/06 Thu 11/30/06 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 11/30/06 Thu 9/30/04 Thu 9/30/04 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 12/9/05 Mon 5/14/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/22/07 Fri 7/30/04 Thu 3/22/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/21/03 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 7/16/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/23/05 Thu 10/20/05 Tue 3/6/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/30/06 Thu 4/22/04 Wed 8/30/06 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 9/13/06 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 9/13/06 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/6/05 Mon 5/22/06 Mon 5/22/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 10/18/05 Fri 4/27/07 Tue 10/21/08 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 6/1/05 Mon 10/31/05

Board Member

Funding Source E-Y K K E-K K-R Y

Korenstein

Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K Korenstein E-K-I Korenstein K K K-R R-Y Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-Y Korenstein K E-R-K Korenstein K K K-R Y Galatzan K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan K E-K Galatzan K E-Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K Korenstein E-K Korenstein K K K-R E-R-K Y Korenstein K E-K-I K

9549 x 6068 x * 6096 x 8636 x x x 8355 x x x x

6288 x x 6315 x * 8895 x 6356 x x 9555 x 6452 x 8843 x x x

8358 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 935,168.05 1,372,778.07 594.14 51,277.67 1,273,152.47 19,495.79 28,258.00 357,064.48 594.14 356,470.34 478,404.11 6,073.58 472,330.53 57,234.25 57,234.25 904,082.65 904,082.65 1,655,806.64 6,073.58 380.32 14,256.69 1,606,838.05 28,258.00 84,384.93 84,384.93 946,700.85 594.14 946,106.71 520,772.96 594.14 520,178.82 136,490.75 38,281.03 11,059.84 48,891.88 38,258.00 1,504,188.88 17,353.84 1,118,112.13 10,466.25 23,011.94 306,986.72 28,258.00 384,422.44 6,852.98 377,569.46 948,445.55 6,852.98 941,592.57 6,073.58 6,073.58 594,751.86 6,073.58 588,678.28 96,009.22 96,009.22 523,343.01 523,343.01 2,664,503.27 1,379.54 77,912.05 28,137.81 2,518,815.87 38,258.00 2,743,037.99 15,661.76 1,492,273.39 8,818.76

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x

Name TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SATICOY EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SHARP EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SHERMAN OAKS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 STONEHURST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 STRATHERN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SUN VALLEY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SUNLAND EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SYLMAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SYLMAR HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SYLVAN PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SYLVAN PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 TELFAIR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TELFAIR EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TOLUCA LAKE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TOLUCA LAKE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 VALERIO NEW PRIMARY CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VALERIO ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 VAN NUYS EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 VAN NUYS HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VAN NUYS MS

Start Mon 2/26/07 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 10/12/06 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 4/7/06 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Mon 3/20/06 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 4/12/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 3/5/07 Wed 11/19/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Mon 10/18/04 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 8/19/04 Tue 8/22/06 Mon 11/30/09 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 7/23/09 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Fri 3/10/06 Fri 3/10/06 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 10/27/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/28/05 Mon 7/27/09 Tue 4/27/04 Tue 4/27/04 Thu 6/9/05 Fri 9/30/05 Mon 10/30/06 Fri 5/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/30/04

Finish Thu 4/26/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/1/07 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 3/1/07 Mon 8/21/06 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 8/21/06 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 5/18/06 Fri 6/25/04 Thu 5/18/06 Wed 6/14/06 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 6/14/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 12/13/05 Thu 8/9/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 12/16/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 9/26/06 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/05 Thu 6/30/05 Mon 9/21/09 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/29/05 Mon 9/21/09 Wed 3/23/05 Wed 3/23/05 Fri 7/14/06 Fri 7/14/06 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/17/07 Wed 7/21/04 Tue 4/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 9/25/09 Thu 3/25/04 Sat 9/24/05 Fri 9/25/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/27/04 Mon 9/12/05 Mon 11/7/05 Thu 4/5/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source K-R E-R-Y Y E-K E-K

6565 x x 6665 x x 6699 x * 6945 x x 6959 x x 8396 x x x

Korenstein

Korenstein K E-K Galatzan K E-Y Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K K K-R E-R-Y Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K K K-R E-R-Y Korenstein K Korenstein E-K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K Korenstein E-K Galatzan K Galatzan K E-Y Korenstein K E-K Korenstein E-K E-R-Y Korenstein E-K E-K-I R-Y Korenstein K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Galatzan

6973 x 7014 x x 8878 x x x 9565 x 7027 x x 9580 x 7068 x 9568 x 7192 x * 7440 x x 7384 x 7438 x x 8893 x x x x

8434

Estimated Project Budget 12,838.57 1,185,187.51 28,258.00 854,024.34 31,921.81 822,102.53 544,123.98 983.31 543,140.67 952,802.80 6,852.98 945,949.82 337,647.13 6,855.77 330,791.36 527,878.69 6,852.98 521,025.71 1,771,519.08 6,852.98 16,773.29 10,777.61 1,708,857.20 28,258.00 3,957.83 3,957.83 845,278.20 594.14 699,363.02 145,321.04 2,212,523.95 594.14 41,788.90 27,330.15 2,104,552.76 93,707.30 93,707.30 851,972.72 31,921.81 674,729.87 145,321.04 74,199.06 74,199.06 780,444.30 780,444.30 150,002.17 150,002.17 910,320.83 6,852.98 903,467.85 532,803.71 2,200.35 530,603.36 1,511,603.70 36,102.31 1,475,501.39 772,633.85 31,921.81 595,391.00 145,321.04 1,405,956.37 12,040.19 878,344.99 15,665.39 31,251.73 430,396.07 38,258.00 2,751,721.95

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VAUGHN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VENA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VERDUGO HILLS HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VICTORY EL PBX - UPGRADE VINEDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2

Start Tue 3/30/04 Thu 5/5/05 Mon 10/3/05 Tue 3/27/07 Mon 3/16/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 3/31/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 2/4/05 Tue 10/4/05 Mon 10/9/06 Wed 7/15/09 Wed 7/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Wed 1/19/05 Wed 1/19/05 Fri 4/21/06

Finish Tue 3/30/04 Mon 9/12/05 Thu 11/24/05 Thu 5/10/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/12/06 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/12/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Sat 7/16/05 Fri 11/25/05 Tue 10/10/06 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 9/18/06 Wed 1/19/05 Mon 9/18/06

Board Member

Funding Source E-K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K

9572 x 7466 x x 8914 x x x x

Korenstein Korenstein K E-K Korenstein K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y Korenstein K Korenstein K E-K

7521 x 7548 x x

Estimated Project Budget 45,153.65 1,549,190.40 5,289.21 23,651.56 1,100,179.13 28,258.00 102,733.62 102,733.62 473,885.71 594.14 473,291.57 2,566,725.42 1,807.97 1,398,287.06 6,723.63 37,528.13 402,086.06 682,034.57 38,258.00 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 370,318.98 6,296.33 364,022.65

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7110 x 9560 x 6781 x 9570 x 7301 x 3959 x 3781 x * 3795 x 6644 x 2082 x 2123 x 2192 x x 8028 x x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 3
3RD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE 6TH AVE. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 6TH AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 24TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 24TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 42ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 54TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 59TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 74TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ALTA LOMA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ANGELES MESA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 AUDUBON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BALDWIN HILLS EL PBX - UPGRADE BEETHOVEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BEETHOVEN EL PBX - UPGRADE BRADDOCK DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 BRADLEY ENV/HUMAN MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BRENTWOOD SCI MAG LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 BROADWAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BROCKTON AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 BURROUGHS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2

Mon 6/2/03
Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 6/1/04 Tue 6/1/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/5/04 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Thu 11/20/08 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03 Wed 8/4/04 Mon 7/13/09 Wed 2/18/04 Wed 2/18/04 Thu 8/19/04 Tue 7/18/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 6/23/09 Thu 11/18/04 Thu 11/18/04 Mon 3/30/09 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 11/17/05 Fri 7/28/06 Mon 4/13/09

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 10/29/04 Fri 10/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 2/27/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/16/09 Tue 9/16/03 Mon 9/20/04 Wed 9/16/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/18/04 Tue 10/26/04 Thu 7/20/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 8/21/09 Tue 1/27/04 Wed 8/11/04 Fri 8/21/09 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 7/27/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 12/1/05 Wed 8/23/06 Fri 9/25/09 LaMotte

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

80,747,148.16
6,593.46 6,593.46 69,425.37 69,425.37 791,116.00 8,466.83 782,649.17 136,628.27 136,628.27 1,085,080.01 7,429.02 1,077,650.99 753,566.75 6,403.33 747,163.42 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 689,106.34 6,852.98 682,253.36 832,633.41 6,852.98 825,780.43 742,579.56 6,563.02 736,016.54 745,067.22 6,852.98 738,214.24 606,943.55 3,157.87 458,464.64 145,321.04 1,600,902.26 594.14 57,029.30 27,284.80 1,487,736.02 28,258.00 6,563.02 6,563.02 147,534.61 147,534.61 2,979.75 2,979.75 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 561,808.31 6,403.33 410,460.01 144,944.97 829,087.21 648,096.64 180,990.57 689,812.30 594.14 689,218.16 726,379.54 1,379.54 725,000.00 1,524,761.43 788.68 11,906.78 19,411.92 1,464,396.05

K LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y LaMotte K K K-R R-Y Y LaMotte K Canter K Canter K Canter K Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Canter E-K-I E-R-Y Canter K E-R-Y Canter K Y LaMotte K K K-R R-Y

2274 x 9504 x 2342 x 2479 x * 7123 x x 2507 x 2534 x 2548 x * 8075 x x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 2740 x * 2795 x 2877 x x 3002 x 8688 x 3068 x 3123 x * 8245 x x x x 6342 x * 3178 x x 2741 x 3260 x * 8596 x x x

Name CANFIELD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 CANYON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CASTLE HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 CHARNOCK ROAD EL PBX - UPGRADE CHEVIOT HILLS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CIENEGA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CLOVER EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 COCHRAN MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 COEUR D'ALENE AVE. EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 COLISEUM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 COMMUNITY MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE COWAN AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CRENSHAW HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CRESCENT HEIGHTS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CRESCENT HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 DEL REY CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DORSEY HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EMERSON MS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FAIRBURN AVE. EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 GRAND VIEW BLVD. EL

Start Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Wed 7/6/05 Mon 3/30/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 1/25/05 Tue 1/25/05 Tue 6/30/09 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 10/1/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 2/14/07 Fri 5/1/09 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 6/25/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 4/28/04 Wed 4/28/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 5/25/05 Fri 7/28/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 7/1/09 Sun 7/1/07 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 11/8/04 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 7/19/06 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Fri 11/19/04 Mon 4/23/07 Wed 4/25/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/26/04

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 3/8/04 Tue 8/9/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 1/25/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 10/1/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/25/04 Mon 3/7/05 Mon 10/24/05 Tue 3/20/07 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 9/28/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 8/24/09 Thu 2/26/04 Tue 5/25/04 Mon 8/24/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/28/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 10/26/05 Fri 10/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/1/04 Thu 1/20/05 Tue 10/25/05 Tue 8/15/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/5/04 Fri 11/19/04 Tue 10/16/07 Tue 7/24/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/27/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14

Board Member LaMotte

Funding Source K E-Y

Canter K LaMotte K E-K-I E-R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-Y LaMotte K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Canter K E-Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Canter K Canter K Y LaMotte K K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y Canter E-Y LaMotte K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Canter K K K-R E-R-K Y Canter K Y Canter

9597 x 3288 x 8945 * 8600 x x x x

8123 x x x

3726 x * 4247

Estimated Project Budget 803,690.64 7,429.02 796,261.62 27,170.52 27,170.52 373,125.19 7,429.02 184,705.60 180,990.57 6,563.02 6,563.02 333,541.08 38,535.75 295,005.33 876,959.24 6,563.02 870,396.22 773,914.07 29,946.71 743,967.36 1,354,157.60 1,466.14 974,505.02 12,148.91 30,792.81 306,986.72 744,105.30 36,071.06 708,034.24 613,243.61 6,563.02 461,735.62 144,944.97 6,563.02 6,563.02 994,617.58 8,617.58 986,000.00 3,316,501.63 594.14 83,574.34 23,543.39 3,170,531.76 38,258.00 64,870.08 64,870.08 650,718.34 6,563.02 644,155.32 285,860.02 285,860.02 1,773,429.65 340.07 1,292,882.39 16,257.25 23,605.88 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,217,744.27 18,476.81 64,957.89 10,075.84 1,095,975.73 28,258.00 748,050.99 23,050.99 725,000.00 986,594.14

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x * 8686 x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 HAMILTON HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HILLCREST DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 HOBART BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 HOBART EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HYDE PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HYDE PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 INDIAN SPRINGS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 KENTER CANYON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT KENTWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) KENTWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 LACES MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOS ANGELES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 LOS ANGELES HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOS ANGELES TECHNOLOGY CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) LOYOLA VILLAGE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MANN MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MARINA DEL REY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MARINA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MARK TWAIN MS TOKEN RING

Start Mon 7/26/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 9/14/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Thu 8/5/04 Fri 10/30/09 Mon 5/9/05 Mon 5/9/05 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 6/11/07 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Mon 7/25/05 Mon 7/25/05 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 6/1/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 3/15/05 Thu 8/3/06 Thu 11/6/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 10/1/04 Mon 4/12/04 Mon 4/12/04 Tue 11/25/08 Wed 10/1/03 Wed 10/1/03 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 11/14/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 5/13/05 Tue 2/13/07 Fri 10/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/15/05 Mon 8/15/05 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03

Finish Mon 7/26/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/22/04 Fri 10/6/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 1/27/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 9/27/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/22/05 Wed 6/22/05 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 10/19/07 Mon 1/31/05 Fri 10/19/07 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Wed 9/28/05 Wed 9/28/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/7/04 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 8/6/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/14/04 Thu 7/7/05 Thu 8/10/06 Mon 2/23/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 4/12/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 11/26/03 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 12/5/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 10/21/05 Thu 3/15/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/23/04

Board Member

Funding Source K Y K K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y

LaMotte

4528 x * 4548 x x 9583 x 9527 x 4658 x * 8888 x 4699 x 9528 x 4712 x * 8741 x x x 4982 x * 8736 x x x

LaMotte K Y Garcia K E-K-I E-R-Y Garcia K LaMotte K LaMotte K Y Canter K E-R-K Canter K Canter K Canter K Y LaMotte K K K-R Y Garcia K Y LaMotte E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K Canter K E-R-Y LaMotte K K K-R R-Y Y Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y Canter K Canter K

9289 x 5014 x 8236 x x x

8235 x x x

9533 x 8425 x

Estimated Project Budget 594.14 986,000.00 2,108,754.47 3,976.95 27,300.95 35,012.26 1,826,878.79 177,327.52 38,258.00 1,162,403.33 6,403.33 1,156,000.00 1,144,754.03 8,656.94 708,054.27 428,042.82 72,297.21 72,297.21 63,485.02 63,485.02 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 84,735.24 25,941.01 58,794.23 27,170.36 27,170.36 64,298.46 64,298.46 992,855.77 6,855.77 986,000.00 69,856.07 20,719.02 594.14 20,284.91 28,258.00 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 2,503,767.60 1,464,540.95 41,519.41 37,203.90 922,245.34 38,258.00 873,848.30 873,848.30 977,473.39 6,073.58 971,399.81 1,554,186.60 35,332.29 6,073.58 24,244.41 1,460,278.32 28,258.00 2,420,019.33 6,073.58 36,487.98 10,942.85 2,338,256.92 28,258.00 70,363.37 70,363.37 1,368,739.79 22,669.93

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 1949 x * 5164 x 9584 x 5178 x * 1952 x 3500 x x 5889 x x 5904 x * 8515 x 5959 x 8798 x x x 5986 x 8340 x x x * 6052 x * 8909 x 4980 x x * 6110 x 6164 x x 9550 x 8356 x x x 6260 x 6363 x *

Name TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 MARLTON HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MARQUEZ EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MARVIN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MARVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 MCBRIDE SPECIAL EDUC. CTR. PBX - UPGRADE MID-CITY MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 OPEN CHARTER MAGNET ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE OVERLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 OWENS COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PACIFIC PALISADES EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PALISADES CHARTER HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION PALMS EL PBX - UPGRADE PALMS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 PASEO DEL REY NATURAL SCIENCE MAGNET TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 PHOENIX CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PIO PICO EL PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 PLAYA DEL REY EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT QUEEN ANNE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 QUEEN ANNE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) REVERE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RICHLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE ROSCOMARE EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2

Start Wed 2/21/07 Mon 3/2/09 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Tue 3/15/05 Tue 9/15/09 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 1/31/05 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 10/12/05 Mon 3/26/07 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 10/11/05 Fri 1/5/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 11/17/05 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/9/05 Wed 3/9/05 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/6/09 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Wed 4/28/04 Wed 4/28/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 2/21/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 12/9/04 Thu 12/9/04 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Tue 3/20/07 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 1/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 2/27/04 Tue 5/31/05 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 7/15/04 Fri 3/5/04 Thu 7/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 11/23/05 Tue 4/24/07 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 10/9/03 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 11/22/05 Thu 1/18/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 9/28/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 2/4/05 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 4/22/04 Mon 11/21/05 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/9/05 Wed 3/9/05 Wed 9/9/09 Mon 9/22/03 Fri 8/27/04 Wed 9/9/09 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/28/04 Mon 10/18/04 Thu 3/1/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/9/04 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source K-R R-Y K Y

LaMotte

Canter K LaMotte K LaMotte K E-Y Canter K LaMotte K K E-R-Y Canter K K LaMotte K Y LaMotte K Canter K Canter K K K-R LaMotte K LaMotte K K K-R Y Y Canter K Y Canter K E-R-Y LaMotte K K Y Canter K LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y LaMotte K Canter K K K-R Y Canter K Canter K Y

Estimated Project Budget 14,043.44 1,303,768.42 991,620.05 5,620.05 986,000.00 27,067.44 27,067.44 80,746.29 80,746.29 1,067,565.29 7,429.02 1,060,136.27 594.14 594.14 1,151,186.11 10,709.38 6,160.72 1,134,316.01 23,425.03 16,572.05 6,852.98 992,726.32 6,726.32 986,000.00 24,742.21 24,742.21 23,583.71 23,583.71 87,298.85 594.14 58,746.62 27,958.09 254.54 254.54 1,724,255.23 6,563.02 6,602.45 19,331.76 28,258.00 1,663,500.00 750,008.37 25,008.37 725,000.00 245,349.39 28,972.99 216,376.40 1,674,598.22 8,581.97 2,516.25 1,663,500.00 9,252.36 9,252.36 624,345.11 254.54 479,145.60 144,944.97 96,742.52 96,742.52 92,022.75 8,054.46 24,806.06 30,904.23 28,258.00 2,070.33 2,070.33 752,823.66 27,823.66 725,000.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 2644 x * 9559 x 6671 x 6740 x 9564 x 6932 x * 6952 x * 8802 x 7198 x 8886 x x x

Name SATURN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SHENANDOAH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SHENANDOAH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SHORT EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT STERRY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) STERRY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 STONER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 TEMESCAL CANYON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT TOPANGA EL PBX - UPGRADE UNIVERSITY HS TOKEN RING PBX - Cable Plant TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VENICE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 VIEW PARK CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VIRGINIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 WARNER EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WEBSTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WESTCHESTER - EMER CAS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) WESTCHESTER HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring WESTERN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WESTMINSTER EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WESTMINSTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 WESTPORT HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE WESTSIDE LEADERSHIP MAGNET TOKEN RING

Start Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 7/18/05 Mon 7/18/05 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 11/3/04 Wed 11/3/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 4/19/05 Tue 4/19/05 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 10/1/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 6/11/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/16/05 Fri 11/10/06 Mon 11/30/09 Mon 2/28/05 Mon 2/28/05 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 6/16/04 Wed 6/16/04 Fri 7/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 11/1/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 12/13/04 Thu 2/15/07 Thu 12/10/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 4/3/07 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 7/25/05 Mon 7/25/05 Thu 7/29/04 Thu 7/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03

Finish Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 11/4/04 Thu 11/4/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 4/19/05 Tue 4/19/05 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/17/03 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 4/3/07 Fri 10/19/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 11/17/05 Thu 4/12/07 Thu 9/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 2/28/05 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 9/4/09 Wed 6/16/04 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 9/4/09 Tue 11/16/04 Tue 11/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 10/4/05 Thu 3/1/07 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/16/03 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 5/1/07 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 1/11/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04

Board Member LaMotte

Funding Source K Y

LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y Canter K Canter K Canter K E-Y Canter K Y Canter K Canter K Canter K K K-R E-R-K Y Canter K K K-R E-R-Y LaMotte K Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Canter K Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y Canter K Canter K K K-R E-Y E-Y LaMotte K Y Canter K Canter K E-Y Canter K Canter K

8907 x x x 8602 x * 7575 x x 7616 x 8481 x x x

9495 x 8943 x x x * * 7671 x * 9576 x 7699 x * 7712 x 3311 x

Estimated Project Budget 993,429.02 7,429.02 986,000.00 70,147.83 70,147.83 1,396,499.08 9,438.76 1,387,060.32 28,096.15 28,096.15 78,565.70 78,565.70 831,109.30 594.14 830,515.16 986,594.14 594.14 986,000.00 30,712.46 30,712.46 594.14 594.14 2,456,275.25 14,406.88 297,963.43 27,422.16 2,078,224.78 38,258.00 1,905,340.56 594.14 33,073.28 34,829.83 1,798,585.31 331,914.89 21,714.89 310,200.00 647,687.47 8,567.98 494,174.52 144,944.97 30,883.88 30,883.88 1,899,569.95 6,073.58 77,529.68 15,513.32 1,772,195.37 28,258.00 896,127.15 896,127.15 2,042,720.78 18,792.07 6,526.29 25,207.22 1,830,150.28 123,786.92 1,163,078.48 7,078.48 1,156,000.00 97,261.69 97,261.69 932,153.47 594.14 931,559.33 7,078.48 7,078.48 754,007.83 2,780.68

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x * 7740 x 1914 x x 7795 x * 9577 x 7808 x 7822 x 8493 x x x

Name TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WESTWOOD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WIDNEY HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 WILSHIRE CREST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WILTON PLACE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WILTON PLACE EL PBX - UPGRADE WINDSOR M/S AERO MAG PBX - UPGRADE WRIGHT MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT YOUNG CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2

Start Wed 10/13/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 11/5/04 Fri 11/5/04 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 10/18/04 Fri 11/7/08 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 10/13/04 Wed 10/13/04 Tue 6/15/04 Tue 6/15/04 Tue 6/14/05 Mon 1/29/07 Mon 2/9/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 9/30/09

Finish Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 11/12/04 Fri 11/12/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Thu 2/26/09 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 10/13/04 Wed 10/13/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/15/04 Wed 11/2/05 Tue 2/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 12/30/09

Board Member

Funding Source K Y K

Canter LaMotte K E-K-I E-R-Y LaMotte K Y Garcia K Garcia K LaMotte K Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K E-R-Y

8598 x

Estimated Project Budget 26,227.15 725,000.00 24,451.28 24,451.28 1,110,839.35 7,429.02 701,324.27 402,086.06 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 145,173.71 145,173.71 6,604.98 6,604.98 9,695.10 9,695.10 1,500,562.96 8,629.59 22,841.68 19,555.62 1,421,278.07 28,258.00 398,241.23 44,723.03 353,518.20

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 5505 x x 7082 x 2027 x 9501 x 2041 x x 2068 x x 2151 x 2178 x 4322 x x 2233 x x 8038 x x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 4
9TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 10TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ALDAMA EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ALEXANDRIA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ALEXANDRIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 ALLESANDRO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 ANNANDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ARAGON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ARROYO SECO MUSM SCI TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ATWATER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BANCROFT MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BELLEVUE PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BELMONT HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BELMONT NEWCOMER CTR. TOKEN RING BERENDO MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BLEND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BUCHANAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BURBANK MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BUSHNELL WAY EL PBX - UPGRADE

Thu 5/1/03
Fri 7/23/04 Fri 7/23/04 Thu 11/2/06 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 8/24/06 Thu 8/24/06 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 6/6/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 5/20/05 Fri 7/10/09 Mon 9/15/03 Mon 9/15/03 Thu 7/14/05 Mon 6/15/09 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 11/25/09 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 1/24/07 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 6/14/06 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Wed 4/21/04 Fri 7/21/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 12/8/09 Tue 12/8/09 Fri 4/22/05 Fri 4/22/05 Mon 9/26/05 Fri 7/6/07 Mon 6/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 3/22/05 Mon 5/21/07 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/8/06 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Thu 6/16/05 Wed 5/23/07 Thu 1/22/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03

Mon 6/30/14
Wed 12/13/06 Fri 7/23/04 Wed 12/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 9/11/09 Fri 12/19/03 Thu 7/7/05 Fri 9/11/09 Mon 8/17/09 Mon 9/15/03 Tue 8/16/05 Mon 8/17/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/8/07 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/8/07 Fri 10/20/06 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 7/25/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/9/05 Tue 11/8/05 Thu 8/30/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 10/11/05 Mon 6/18/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 10/20/06 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 10/10/05 Mon 6/18/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/25/09 Tue 9/16/03 Garcia

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

68,434,568.79
336,460.45 1,379.54 335,080.91 887,869.49 7,429.02 880,440.47 554,034.37 554,034.37 73,805.69 73,805.69 867,143.40 5,624.05 715,822.24 145,697.11 539,133.93 254.54 393,934.39 144,945.00 639,639.21 6,863.65 632,775.56 1,046,257.15 6,852.98 1,039,404.17 433,204.21 14,251.61 6,852.98 412,099.62 542,726.04 6,852.98 535,873.06 1,383,448.10 20,073.76 8,569.97 18,961.92 1,307,584.45 28,258.00 553,709.82 553,709.82 2,089,048.11 1,628,041.95 3,808.99 16,853.11 402,086.06 38,258.00 6,819.99 6,819.99 1,994,040.10 788.68 56,037.42 22,910.56 1,886,045.44 28,258.00 604,517.96 5,614.05 598,903.91 530,573.86 6,852.98 523,720.88 1,648,932.61 1,379.54 32,080.89 12,660.65 1,574,553.53 28,258.00 630,961.05 254.54

K E-K Garcia K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar E-K Garcia K Garcia K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-Y Garcia K E-R-Y Garcia K K E-R-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K LaMotte K K K-R R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar E-R-Y Garcia E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K Garcia K K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K

2379 8543 x x x

8599 x 8057 x x x

1943 x 2603 x x 8066 x x x

2671 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 2699 x 2849 x 9510 x 2863 x 8580 x 3041 x 3110 x 3192 x 8517 x 9496 x 3329 x * 9513 x 3356 x 3397 x 3479 x x 8738 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CAHUENGA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CARTHAY CENTER EL PBX - UPGRADE CASTELAR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CASTELAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CENTRAL CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CHEREMOYA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CLIFFORD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 COMMONWEALTH EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CONTRERAS LC TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION CRUZ EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DAHLIA HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DAYTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DAYTON HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 DELEVAN DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 DORRIS PLACE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS MAG TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EAGLE ROCK EL PBX - UPGRADE EAGLE ROCK HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ELYSIAN HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ESPERANZA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 FAIRFAX HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FLETCHER DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2

Start Thu 7/21/05 Fri 6/19/09 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 10/30/08 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 5/10/04 Mon 5/10/04 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Thu 10/2/08 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 5/29/07 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 4/10/07 Thu 9/7/06 Thu 9/7/06 Mon 2/12/07 Mon 2/12/07 Thu 8/26/04 Thu 8/26/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/9/05 Mon 5/9/05 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 3/3/08 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 9/2/08 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 7/17/06 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 12/13/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 5/12/04 Thu 8/17/06 Sun 5/31/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 4/7/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 8/31/06 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 2/28/08

Finish Tue 8/30/05 Tue 8/25/09 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 1/8/04 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 7/30/04 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 12/17/08 Wed 6/27/07 Wed 6/27/07 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 7/3/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 7/3/07 Thu 11/16/06 Thu 11/16/06 Wed 9/26/07 Thu 5/10/07 Wed 11/24/04 Wed 11/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/22/05 Wed 6/22/05 Tue 5/20/08 Wed 1/7/04 Tue 5/20/08 Tue 2/3/09 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 2/3/09 Mon 10/23/06 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 10/23/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 1/17/05 Tue 2/8/05 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/8/04 Fri 9/22/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/26/06 Wed 3/3/04 Mon 6/26/06 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 5/25/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 9/22/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 7/10/08 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/10/08

Board Member

Funding Source E-K-I R-Y K E-R-Y

Garcia

LaMotte K Garcia K Garcia K E-R-K Garcia E-K Canter K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K Garcia E-K Garcia K-R Garcia K Flores-Aguilar K E-Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K E-K-I K E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-R-Y Canter K K K-R Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K

3507 x 8614 x x x

3575 x x 2383 x 8621 x x x 3877 x

Estimated Project Budget 485,761.54 144,944.97 884,521.57 6,604.98 877,916.59 6,855.40 6,855.40 136,959.62 136,959.62 535,690.98 7,429.02 528,261.96 158,890.71 158,890.71 642,346.55 7,429.02 634,917.53 357,924.94 6,852.98 351,071.96 530,672.78 530,672.78 12,365.31 12,365.31 76,891.27 76,891.27 781,868.37 6,073.58 775,794.79 107,023.85 107,023.85 476,518.63 5,624.05 470,894.58 760,540.75 6,852.98 753,687.77 445,364.55 7,429.02 437,935.53 1,168,755.90 10,843.94 707,576.54 9,991.36 402,086.06 38,258.00 24,956.09 6,073.58 1,838,333.76 254.54 34,298.87 28,774.53 1,736,747.82 38,258.00 432,724.54 6,563.02 426,161.52 782,144.46 594.14 781,550.32 122,766.32 47,350.10 594.14 36,564.08 38,258.00 605,752.20 6,073.58 599,678.62

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 3986 x x 8643 x x x x 9058 x 4068 x x 4082 x x 4123 x x 4164 x 9517 x 9519 x 2385 x * 4397 x 8645 x 8693 x x x

Name FRANKLIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 FRANKLIN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 FRIEDMAN OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) GARDNER ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GARVANZA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GLASSELL PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GLENFELIZ BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 GLENFELIZ EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRANT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRATTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 HANCOCK PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE HIGHLAND PARK CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 HOLLYWOOD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HOOVER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 IRVING MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 IVANHOE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 JARDIN DE NINOS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) KING MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAFAYETTE PARK PRIMARY CENTER TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LAUREL EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC)

Start Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Mon 12/13/04 Wed 12/17/08 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Thu 3/17/05 Tue 9/27/05 Sat 12/30/06 Mon 11/3/08 Mon 9/13/04 Mon 9/13/04 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/15/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 5/2/06 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 4/14/05 Wed 6/17/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 3/21/07 Tue 4/27/04 Tue 4/27/04 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 11/3/08 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 9/28/05 Thu 5/31/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 12/18/03 Thu 12/18/03 Wed 10/18/06 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 4/29/04 Tue 10/17/06 Tue 9/2/08 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 10/3/05 Mon 10/3/05 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 11/17/05 Wed 2/14/07 Mon 9/15/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 2/11/05 Fri 2/11/05 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/16/05 Mon 5/16/05

Finish Wed 9/30/09 Thu 8/5/04 Tue 3/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 7/6/05 Fri 10/7/05 Thu 1/11/07 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/19/09 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 7/20/05 Wed 8/19/09 Wed 9/27/06 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/27/06 Fri 8/21/09 Thu 9/18/03 Mon 6/27/05 Fri 8/21/09 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 3/30/05 Wed 3/30/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Sun 12/4/05 Mon 9/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/13/06 Thu 12/18/03 Wed 12/13/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/10/04 Thu 4/29/04 Tue 11/7/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/4/04 Tue 12/6/05 Tue 3/13/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 2/11/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/24/05 Fri 6/24/05

Board Member Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source K E-K-I E-R-Y

Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Garcia K Canter K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K Flores-Aguilar K Canter K Garcia K Y Canter K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-Y Canter K K K-R R-Y Y Garcia K E-K Flores-Aguilar K K K-R E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-Y Garcia K Flores-Aguilar K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K E-R-Y Canter K

4589 x x 8189 x x x 4671 x * 9921 x 8208 x x x

2543 x 9529 x

Estimated Project Budget 567,719.87 6,073.58 380,655.72 180,990.57 2,756,256.10 254.54 1,639,651.89 24,638.69 27,536.07 1,025,916.91 1,757,897.43 1,757,897.43 542,986.45 2,362.06 395,679.42 144,944.97 452,759.92 6,073.58 446,686.34 706,217.93 3,687.79 557,585.17 144,944.97 563,801.12 6,852.98 556,948.14 67,473.98 67,473.98 98,707.89 98,707.89 992,563.02 6,563.02 986,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 291,833.77 7,636.50 284,197.27 1,953,228.94 5,244.88 49,343.69 33,111.15 1,827,271.22 38,258.00 698,014.71 5,614.05 692,400.66 1,624,810.41 21,331.51 8,617.58 18,513.10 1,548,090.22 785,280.29 6,073.58 779,206.71 35,647.98 35,647.98 1,656,393.44 6,563.02 4,565.18 27,005.66 1,590,001.58 28,258.00 734,726.23 34,793.90 699,932.33 72,135.76 72,135.76

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 4808 x * 8226 x x x

Name LAUREL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 LE CONTE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOCKWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LOGAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LOGAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 LOS FELIZ EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MACARTHUR PARK PRIMARY CENTER TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MAGNOLIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MARSHALL HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MAYBERRY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 MC ALISTER CONT. HS ROUTERS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MELROSE EL PBX - UPGRADE MERIDIAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MICHELTORENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MONTE VISTA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MONTE VISTA ST. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MT WASHINGTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NEWMARK CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 PLASENCIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 POLITI EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 RAMONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 RIORDAN PC

Start Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Tue 6/14/05 Thu 2/8/07 Tue 9/8/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 4/29/05 Fri 4/29/05 Tue 12/22/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Tue 8/29/06 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Mon 1/31/05 Wed 6/1/05 Tue 9/26/06 Wed 3/4/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 5/9/08 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 9/13/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Thu 7/14/05 Thu 7/14/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Fri 6/23/06 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 8/3/05 Mon 6/22/09 Fri 1/30/04 Fri 1/30/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 3/2/09

Finish Mon 6/30/14 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/26/04 Fri 11/11/05 Thu 3/8/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 4/29/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 11/9/06 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 11/9/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/8/05 Tue 8/23/05 Tue 10/17/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/22/08 Wed 7/28/04 Tue 7/22/08 Mon 9/13/04 Fri 2/6/04 Fri 7/9/04 Mon 9/13/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 10/18/06 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 10/18/06 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 5/18/05 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 9/1/05 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 9/22/06 Mon 3/21/05 Fri 9/22/06 Mon 8/24/09 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 9/28/05 Mon 8/24/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/30/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/9/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10

Board Member Canter

Funding Source K Y

Canter K K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K Garcia K Garcia K Y Flores-Aguilar K Y Garcia K E-R-Y Garcia K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K Garcia K K K Canter K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-Y Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-K-I R-Y Garcia K Y Canter K Y Flores-Aguilar

4890 x 9532 x 4904 x * 4986 x * 2544 x 5055 x x 8750 x x x x

5205 x 1918 x x x 5219 x 9534 x 5288 x x 9590 x 5384 x 5411 x * 8545 x x 3247 x x 2384 x * 6178 x * 5385

Estimated Project Budget 731,855.40 6,855.40 725,000.00 2,206,471.11 1,466.14 13,570.41 29,607.20 2,133,569.36 28,258.00 993,429.02 7,429.02 112,579.60 112,579.60 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 987,379.54 1,379.54 986,000.00 481,547.74 7,016.36 474,531.38 654,208.38 6,403.33 647,805.05 2,186,249.90 594.14 1,697,009.55 12,970.05 35,332.10 402,086.06 38,258.00 482,956.72 594.14 482,362.58 42,481.75 16,577.41 7,070.79 18,833.55 6,852.98 6,852.98 75,474.11 75,474.11 528,259.75 6,563.02 521,696.73 101,315.25 101,315.25 568,071.44 423,126.47 144,944.97 775,367.17 6,852.98 768,514.19 216,403.37 7,247.82 209,155.55 801,712.88 6,563.02 649,452.75 145,697.11 1,163,628.95 7,628.95 1,156,000.00 1,163,429.02 7,429.02 1,156,000.00 588,579.37

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 6329 x 9553 x 6370 x * 9554 x 6384 x x 6493 x * 6548 x 6589 x 9567 x 7178 x 7356 x x 7397 x 7425 x * 9574 x 7534 x x 8462 x x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 ROCKDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ROSEMONT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ROSEMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 ROSEWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ROSEWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SAN PASCUAL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 SANTA MONICA COMM CH PBX - UPGRADE SELMA EL PBX - UPGRADE TOLAND WAY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TOLAND WAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 UNION AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 VALLEY VIEW EL PBX - UPGRADE VAN NESS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VINE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VINE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 VIRGIL MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WEST HOLLYWOOD CONT. CDS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WEST HOLLYWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE WHITE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 WHITE HOUSE PRIMARY CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WHITMAN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WONDERLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE YORKDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2

Start Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 3/28/07 Mon 7/11/05 Mon 7/11/05 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/7/04 Mon 6/7/04 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Fri 12/17/04 Tue 10/14/08 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 7/11/05 Mon 7/11/05 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 11/16/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 2/18/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 5/16/05 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 2/17/05 Mon 6/22/09 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 2/14/05 Wed 6/1/05 Wed 1/31/07 Mon 1/26/09 Mon 1/26/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 5/7/04 Fri 5/7/04 Wed 3/30/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Thu 6/12/08 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 4/12/04 Mon 4/12/04 Fri 4/4/08

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/1/07 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/1/07 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/17/04 Fri 12/17/04 Tue 1/20/09 Fri 8/6/04 Mon 2/7/05 Tue 1/20/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 7/28/04 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 5/25/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 1/8/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/24/05 Fri 6/24/05 Wed 8/26/09 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 4/7/05 Wed 8/26/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 6/13/05 Tue 8/23/05 Thu 2/22/07 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/30/05 Thu 8/26/04 Wed 3/30/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 7/25/08 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/25/08 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 12/16/04 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Wed 7/16/08 Mon 4/12/04 Wed 7/16/08

Board Member

Funding Source R-Y K E-R-K

Flores-Aguilar

Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K Y Canter K Canter K E-K-I E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Y Garcia K Canter K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-Y Garcia K E-K-I E-R-Y Canter K LaMotte K Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Garcia K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y Canter K K Canter K Garcia R-Y Garcia K E-R-K Canter K Canter K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K

8730 x x 7649 x 2542 7766 x 8623 x 7849 x 7959 x

Estimated Project Budget 588,579.37 448,136.53 6,073.58 442,062.95 73,362.51 73,362.51 1,163,429.02 7,429.02 1,156,000.00 132,078.72 132,078.72 746,005.35 9,763.07 555,251.71 180,990.57 739,601.11 14,601.11 725,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 986,594.14 594.14 70,868.21 70,868.21 1,010,712.25 6,852.98 1,003,859.27 1,386,807.15 6,855.40 723,229.57 656,722.18 6,073.58 6,073.58 730,624.05 5,624.05 725,000.00 95,398.03 95,398.03 658,153.35 9,157.12 503,675.19 145,321.04 1,984,631.67 9,460.85 1,052,972.48 22,115.13 17,461.24 723,942.32 130,421.65 28,258.00 15,657.51 5,789.13 9,868.38 6,852.98 6,852.98 276,889.77 276,889.77 283,709.92 594.14 283,115.78 24,278.19 24,278.19 6,852.98 6,852.98 481,712.51 6,855.40 474,857.11

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 5
1ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 2ND ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 4TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 20TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 28TH ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 28TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 49TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ADAMS MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ALBION EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ALBION EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ANN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ARCO IRIS PRIMARY CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ASCOT EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BELVEDERE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BELVEDERE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BELVEDERE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) TSE ONLY PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BOYLE HEIGHTS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 BRAVO MEDICAL MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BREED EL PBX - UPGRADE BRIDGE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BRIDGE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2

Thu 5/1/03
Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 10/5/06 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Tue 11/20/07 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 6/23/06 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 3/30/07 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 8/3/07 Mon 4/4/05 Mon 4/4/05 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 1/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 4/25/07 Thu 2/7/08 Mon 4/18/05 Mon 4/18/05 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 8/4/06 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Wed 6/28/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 6/12/07 Thu 4/29/04 Thu 4/29/04 Mon 5/18/09 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 7/5/05 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 2/2/04 Mon 2/2/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 3/22/05 Mon 5/21/07 Mon 11/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 5/14/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 6/21/04 Mon 6/21/04 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03 Thu 8/12/04 Wed 5/20/09

Mon 9/30/13
Thu 3/29/07 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 3/29/07 Wed 3/12/08 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/12/08 Mon 11/20/06 Thu 3/4/04 Mon 11/20/06 Tue 6/12/07 Wed 1/28/04 Tue 6/12/07 Thu 1/31/08 Wed 1/28/04 Thu 1/31/08 Wed 12/21/05 Wed 12/21/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 1/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/22/05 Thu 6/21/07 Mon 6/30/08 Thu 5/26/05 Thu 5/26/05 Fri 10/27/06 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 10/27/06 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 10/16/06 Thu 8/9/07 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 8/9/07 Fri 8/14/09 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 8/14/09 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 5/20/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 10/13/05 Thu 6/7/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/23/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 6/13/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/29/09 Tue 9/16/03 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/29/09 Garcia

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

74,903,042.28
737,682.13 7,429.02 730,253.11 465,542.74 6,563.02 458,979.72 638,410.50 9,429.02 628,981.48 595,996.94 5,620.05 590,376.89 851,943.99 6,403.33 845,540.66 76,114.32 76,114.32 922,916.87 6,403.33 916,513.54 1,118,385.42 844.80 12,685.01 1,076,597.61 78,362.40 78,362.40 457,726.36 7,429.02 450,297.34 420,963.82 8,023.16 412,940.66 292,252.34 594.14 291,658.20 599,689.05 454,368.01 145,321.04 75,592.15 75,592.15 882,584.74 6,852.98 875,731.76 2,158,164.20 20,125.89 6,073.58 34,873.81 11,750.23 2,057,082.69 28,258.00 341,218.78 31,018.78 310,200.00 1,544,090.69 18,099.12 594.14 24,205.84 1,472,933.59 28,258.00 993,429.02 7,429.02 142,285.77 142,285.77 615,242.19 254.54 470,042.68 144,944.97

K E-K Garcia K E-R-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K E-R-K Garcia K E-R-K Garcia K Vladovic K E-R-Y Garcia K K-R E-R-K Garcia K Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-K Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K Y Garcia K K K-R R-Y Y Garcia K Garcia K Garcia K E-K-I R-Y

8831 x * 8754 x x x

2493 x 9507 x 2521 x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 2562 x 9579 x 8094 x x 3096 x x 9512 x 3315 x 9080 x 1683 x 9515 x 3521 x x 9581 x 3562 x x 8118 x x x 3671 x 9586 x 3699 x x 3740 x x 3918 x x 8679 x x x

Name BROOKLYN AVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BROOKLYN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CARVER MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CITY TERRACE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 DACOTAH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 EAST LOS ANGELES OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) EAST LOS ANGELES SKILLS CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) EASTMAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EASTMAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EL SERENO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EL SERENO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EL SERENO MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EUCLID EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EVERGREEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EVERGREEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 FARMDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 FORD BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GARFIELD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GATES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GATES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GLEN ALTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GRIFFIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 GRIFFITH MS TOKEN RING

Start Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 10/17/07 Mon 4/11/05 Mon 4/11/05 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Tue 6/5/07 Mon 6/1/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 8/14/06 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 11/15/07 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 11/15/04 Mon 11/15/04 Mon 4/4/05 Mon 4/4/05 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/29/06 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 4/19/07 Thu 9/18/08 Fri 10/13/06 Fri 10/13/06 Mon 4/18/05 Mon 4/18/05 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 9/14/06 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 10/20/06 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 11/17/05 Wed 8/1/07 Thu 3/12/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 4/25/05 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 10/5/06 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04

Finish Fri 2/1/08 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 2/1/08 Wed 5/4/05 Wed 5/4/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 11/9/04 Mon 7/2/07 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 11/1/06 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 11/1/06 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 9/14/05 Fri 3/14/08 Tue 3/2/04 Fri 3/14/08 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 4/16/07 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 4/16/07 Wed 6/8/05 Wed 6/8/05 Tue 10/10/06 Mon 3/8/04 Tue 10/10/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/12/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 5/17/07 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 5/21/07 Mon 5/21/07 Fri 5/6/05 Fri 5/6/05 Tue 11/14/06 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 11/14/06 Thu 12/7/06 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 12/7/06 Thu 5/10/07 Mon 3/1/04 Thu 5/10/07 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 2/23/04 Tue 11/29/05 Thu 9/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/9/05 Thu 6/9/05 Wed 10/25/06 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 10/25/06 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 11/30/06 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/10/04

Board Member Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source K E-R-K

Flores-Aguilar K Vladovic K K-R E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K Garcia K E-R-K Garcia K Garcia K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K K K-R E-R-Y Garcia E-K Garcia K Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-Y Flores-Aguilar

9589 x 4096 x x 4137 x x 4301 x * 8168 x

Estimated Project Budget 452,909.45 7,429.02 445,480.43 79,935.55 79,935.55 2,214,510.08 26,821.93 15,083.36 2,144,346.79 394,987.31 6,073.58 388,913.73 74,541.76 74,541.76 508,671.74 7,429.02 501,242.72 2,387,756.29 2,387,756.29 1,899,396.16 1,899,396.16 74,956.08 74,956.08 1,006,001.81 7,429.02 998,572.79 80,283.54 80,283.54 450,619.39 7,429.02 443,190.37 1,785,261.46 32,798.41 6,220.44 12,418.53 1,705,566.08 904,327.56 904,327.56 99,579.64 99,579.64 598,535.91 8,345.90 590,190.01 549,240.19 7,429.02 541,811.17 868,847.49 7,429.02 861,418.47 2,376,385.41 594.14 24,506.29 17,831.78 2,295,195.20 38,258.00 80,265.44 80,265.44 546,005.76 7,429.02 538,576.74 344,589.20 7,429.02 337,160.18 886,553.06 5,624.05 880,929.01 1,701,888.68 24,217.37

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HAMASAKI EL PBX - UPGRADE HAMMEL ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 HARMONY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 HARRISON EL PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 HILLSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HOLLENBECK MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HOOPER EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HOOPER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 HUMPHREYS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 HUNTINGTON DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 JEFFERSON HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT JOHNSON COMMUNITY DAY CONT. SCHOOL TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 KENNEDY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LANE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LATONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LINCOLN HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LORENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LORETO ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1

Start Tue 3/16/04 Thu 4/12/07 Tue 9/16/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 8/12/04 Mon 8/3/09 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 12/5/07 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 10/20/05 Wed 10/4/06 Wed 5/6/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 6/8/09 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 8/19/04 Mon 7/17/06 Fri 11/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 12/20/04 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 10/24/06 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 2/27/04 Wed 6/10/09 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 6/7/06 Thu 2/19/04 Thu 2/19/04 Thu 3/24/05 Wed 10/11/06 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 8/5/05

Finish Tue 3/16/04 Thu 4/19/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/2/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 9/18/03 Tue 9/14/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/20/08 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 1/11/05 Thu 3/20/08 Mon 10/9/06 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 10/9/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 12/5/05 Tue 10/24/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 8/10/09 Thu 9/18/03 Fri 7/23/04 Mon 8/10/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/2/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/4/04 Wed 12/15/04 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 6/9/04 Mon 12/20/04 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 3/12/07 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/12/07 Fri 8/14/09 Fri 9/19/03 Tue 5/18/04 Fri 8/14/09 Wed 9/27/06 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 9/27/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/19/04 Wed 10/19/05 Fri 10/20/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 8/18/09 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 9/28/05

Board Member

Funding Source K K-R E-R-Y Y K

6274 x 4356 x x 4681 4438 x x 4534 x x 8179 x x x

Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Vladovic R-Y Flores-Aguilar K K E-R-K Garcia K E-K Garcia K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Y Garcia K E-Y Vladovic E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K K E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Garcia K E-K Garcia K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K Garcia K E-K-I

9525 x 4575 x x 4616 x * 4630 x * 8714 x x x

8670 x x 4696 x x 4767 x x 4795 x x 8729 x x x

4945 x 4959 x x

Estimated Project Budget 1,466.14 22,654.23 1,625,292.94 28,258.00 993,429.02 7,429.02 670,465.43 254.54 524,513.78 145,697.11 322,118.98 322,118.98 542,287.56 6,073.58 5,234.97 530,979.01 440,248.83 9,670.06 430,578.77 2,147,697.41 3,879.75 27,487.92 22,807.92 2,065,263.82 28,258.00 74,011.19 74,011.19 884,936.34 10,745.63 728,117.53 146,073.18 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 949,828.15 7,429.02 942,399.13 2,622,567.55 1,570,454.64 15,574.96 33,461.16 964,818.79 38,258.00 894,560.23 11,919.65 27,695.86 854,944.72 724,287.68 6,852.98 717,434.70 660,374.04 254.54 515,174.53 144,944.97 365,259.94 7,429.02 357,830.92 2,110,011.71 594.14 22,118.38 34,735.70 2,014,305.49 38,258.00 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 594,762.56 6,852.98 442,964.61

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

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Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8200 x x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LOS ANGELES ACADEMY MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOS ANGELITOS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MAIN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MALABAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MAPLE PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 MARIANNA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 METROPOLITAN CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MONTEREY CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MULTNOMAH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MURCHISON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MURCHISON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 NEVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 NIGHTINGALE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 PEREZ SP ED CTR. LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PUEBLO DE LOS ANGELES CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 RAMONA HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT ROBERTI EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ROOSEVELT HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ROWAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 SAN PEDRO EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SHERIDAN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Wed 5/20/09 Thu 1/22/04 Thu 1/22/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 7/9/04 Mon 4/9/07 Tue 1/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 9/19/05 Mon 9/19/05 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 9/19/06 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 8/22/06 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 6/13/06 Tue 9/16/08 Tue 9/16/08 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 5/24/04 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 5/22/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/24/05 Tue 1/2/07 Wed 11/19/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Wed 7/9/08 Wed 7/9/08 Sat 5/30/09 Sat 5/30/09 Thu 5/1/03 Mon 1/3/05 Mon 9/12/05 Mon 9/12/05 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Fri 1/7/05 Fri 6/17/05 Fri 6/29/07 Fri 3/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 8/22/07 Wed 8/22/07 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04

Finish Tue 8/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 6/11/04 Thu 9/23/04 Mon 5/7/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/29/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 1/30/07 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 1/30/07 Mon 1/29/07 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 1/29/07 Tue 12/16/08 Tue 12/16/08 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/12/04 Tue 10/12/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 8/20/09 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 10/11/04 Thu 8/20/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 10/6/05 Tue 1/16/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 1/28/09 Wed 1/28/09 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 1/7/05 Fri 1/7/05 Wed 12/21/05 Wed 12/21/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 6/16/05 Wed 10/12/05 Thu 7/19/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/7/07 Fri 12/7/07 Thu 11/9/06 Wed 3/10/04

Board Member

Funding Source R-Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y

Vladovic

9880 x 5068 x * 5082 x x 7220 5137 x x 8757 x x 8677 5425 x * 9537 x 5438 x * 5466 x x 8264 x x x

Garcia K Vladovic K Y Garcia K E-K Garcia R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K E-K Flores-Aguilar E-R-Y Garcia K Y Garcia K Garcia K Y Garcia K E-K-I R-Y Garcia K K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia R-Y Flores-Aguilar E-R-Y Garcia E-R-Y Garcia K Vladovic K Garcia K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K Y Garcia E-R-K Garcia K

8853 1953 8731 8807 x 9497 x 8829 x x x x

6425 x * 6507 6685 x

Estimated Project Budget 144,944.97 1,445,722.68 788.68 822,369.91 4,076.47 17,699.15 572,530.47 28,258.00 79,672.54 79,672.54 1,162,403.33 6,403.33 1,156,000.00 605,672.01 6,073.58 599,598.43 216,301.23 216,301.23 581,732.83 6,852.98 574,879.85 488,264.80 1,393.40 486,871.40 565,688.63 565,688.63 993,429.02 7,429.02 986,000.00 166,954.82 166,954.82 1,163,509.02 7,509.02 1,156,000.00 663,468.18 254.54 517,892.60 145,321.04 1,581,553.71 7,388.94 25,190.88 21,006.78 1,499,709.11 28,258.00 268,354.53 268,354.53 916,854.06 916,854.06 225,989.46 225,989.46 48,103.84 24,051.92 86,307.52 86,307.52 2,705,070.01 15,693.41 2,186,129.53 24,276.26 38,626.75 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 502,245.67 502,245.67 794,955.86 6,563.02

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 6753 x 6767 x x 6836 x x 9562 x 6849 x x 8387 x x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SIERRA PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SIERRA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SOLANO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SOTO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SOTO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 STEVENSON MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SUNRISE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 TRINITY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TRINITY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 UTAH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 WADSWORTH AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE WADSWORTH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WEST VERNON EL PBX - UPGRADE WILSON HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

Start Thu 8/31/06 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 6/29/06 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/21/06 Mon 9/19/05 Mon 9/19/05 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 6/22/06 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/1/05 Mon 4/9/07 Mon 11/10/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 8/19/04 Fri 5/29/09 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Fri 9/21/07 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 2/20/04 Fri 2/20/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 7/31/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Thu 11/9/06 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 10/5/06 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 10/5/06 Wed 10/4/06 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 10/4/06 Wed 1/11/06 Wed 1/11/06 Thu 11/16/06 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 11/16/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 9/9/04 Tue 5/31/05 Mon 5/7/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 9/22/03 Fri 9/3/04 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 2/15/08 Mon 2/23/04 Fri 2/15/08 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/9/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 8/4/05 Thu 8/4/05 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 2/20/04 Mon 5/2/05 Tue 8/7/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source E-K K E-R-Y

Garcia

Flores-Aguilar K E-K Garcia K E-K Garcia K Garcia K E-K Garcia K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Garcia K E-K-I R-Y Garcia K Garcia K E-R-K Garcia K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K Garcia K K K-R R-Y Y

6988 x x 9569 x 7219 x 7370 x * 7589 x 9575 x 7654 x 8618 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 788,392.84 791,177.04 7,429.02 783,748.02 290,966.49 7,429.02 283,537.47 261,722.90 7,143.93 254,578.97 127,735.01 127,735.01 488,675.91 6,563.02 482,112.89 2,051,790.58 254.54 1,323,285.80 12,045.79 17,418.36 670,528.09 28,258.00 723,999.17 254.54 578,799.66 144,944.97 100,123.06 100,123.06 602,676.30 7,429.02 595,247.28 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 1,156,000.00 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 98,179.60 98,179.60 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 2,288,678.31 594.14 32,769.48 28,601.68 2,188,455.01 38,258.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8536 x x x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 6
BELL HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BRYSON EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CORONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ELIZABETH LEARNING CTR. PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FISHBURN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 FLORENCE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 GAGE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HELIOTROPE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 HOLMES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HOLMES EL PBX - UPGRADE HUGHES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HUNTINGTON PARK HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT INDEPENDENCE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LIBERTY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LILLIAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LOMA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MIDDLETON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 MILES EEC

Fri 11/14/03
Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 10/19/04 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 6/27/07 Fri 11/14/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 5/19/04 Wed 5/19/04 Wed 5/19/04 Fri 4/10/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 8/30/06 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 7/23/07 Fri 12/11/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/18/04 Mon 5/11/09 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/22/03 Mon 12/22/03 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 1/21/05 Tue 7/10/07 Thu 11/13/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 11/14/03 Fri 11/14/03 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 5/12/09 Mon 6/20/05 Mon 6/20/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 7/7/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 3/29/04 Fri 1/21/05 Fri 6/8/07 Tue 11/4/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 4/20/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 6/26/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 9/6/06 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Tue 7/6/04 Tue 9/1/09 Mon 7/19/04

Mon 9/30/13
Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 1/21/05 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 7/26/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 7/10/09 Tue 8/3/04 Wed 5/19/04 Fri 7/10/09 Tue 3/13/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 3/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/12/04 Tue 9/18/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 8/16/04 Fri 8/28/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 5/12/05 Fri 8/3/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 2/5/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 2/22/07 Mon 7/12/04 Thu 2/22/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 9/9/04 Mon 3/29/04 Tue 5/17/05 Thu 8/23/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 7/17/09 Mon 8/9/04 Fri 7/17/09 Thu 2/8/07 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 2/8/07 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 4/5/07 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 4/5/07 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 8/27/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/22/04 Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

39,362,265.10
2,725,084.14 594.14 1,734,597.05 14,184.08 16,536.56 920,914.31 38,258.00 739,578.97 585,723.83 8,534.10 145,321.04 970,761.01 6,073.58 964,687.43 2,473,393.62 594.14 18,599.83 2,425,941.65 28,258.00 771,302.00 6,073.58 619,907.38 145,321.04 1,162,552.81 6,552.81 1,156,000.00 2,285,818.75 1,523,507.93 1,379.54 13,363.48 23,187.35 696,122.45 28,258.00 909,226.68 756,454.08 7,075.49 145,697.11 75,017.12 75,017.12 993,876.84 7,876.84 780,399.84 594.14 779,805.70 3,093,459.74 1,992,282.91 594.14 16,976.74 24,008.82 1,021,339.13 38,258.00 640,430.48 495,109.44 145,321.04 807,697.38 6,073.58 801,623.80 986,594.14 594.14 766,287.05 7,858.51 758,428.54 1,295,348.21 6,073.58 736,664.42 552,610.21 145,382.93

K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Vladovic K Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar

2589 x x 3219 x x 3548 x x

3849 x x 3890 x * 8151 x x x x

4507 x x 9524 x 4562 x 2375 x x 8700 x x x x

6880 x 4863 x x 4877 x 4918 x x 5301 x x 9535

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 5315 x 6878 x * 8268 x x x x 2378 x * 2372 x 8873 x * 4642 x x 6005 4641 x 8702 6466 x x 6875 x x 8871 x x x * 8377 x x x x

Name SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MILES EL PBX - UPGRADE MONTARA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NIMITZ MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NUEVA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 OCHOA LEARNING CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 ODYSSEY CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PACIFIC BLVD SCHOOL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 PARK AVE. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SAN ANTONIO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SAN ANTONIO CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SAN GABRIEL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SAN MIGUEL EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SOUTH GATE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SOUTH GATE MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SOUTHEAST HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SOUTHEAST MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 STANFORD EL PBX - UPGRADE STANFORD PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 STATE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) STATE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 TWEEDY EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Mon 7/19/04 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Fri 10/7/05 Wed 8/2/06 Tue 4/24/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 9/8/06 Mon 11/23/09 Mon 11/23/09 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Thu 2/14/08 Tue 11/4/08 Tue 11/4/08 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/14/04 Wed 5/6/09 Wed 6/9/04 Wed 6/9/04 Wed 7/14/04 Fri 5/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 11/6/06 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 7/5/05 Thu 9/29/05 Tue 6/20/06 Sat 5/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 11/13/07 Tue 11/13/07 Fri 4/18/08 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 7/14/04 Wed 7/14/04

Finish Wed 9/22/04 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 7/13/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/12/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/29/04 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 4/17/07 Mon 5/14/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 7/12/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/5/05 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 5/1/07 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 5/1/07 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/08 Tue 7/13/04 Mon 6/30/08 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 8/17/04 Tue 9/1/09 Thu 7/30/09 Wed 8/11/04 Wed 7/14/04 Thu 7/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/28/05 Tue 4/10/07 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 9/27/05 Wed 11/16/05 Tue 7/18/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 5/6/08 Tue 2/19/08 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/14/04

Board Member

Funding Source K K

Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar K E-Y Flores-Aguilar K K E-K K-R Y Flores-Aguilar K Y Flores-Aguilar K R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-R-K Flores-Aguilar E-R-Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I R-Y Flores-Aguilar E-K-I K R-Y Flores-Aguilar K K K-R R-Y R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Flores-Aguilar K-R Flores-Aguilar R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar R-Y Flores-Aguilar K Flores-Aguilar K Y Flores-Aguilar K

8881 x 8153 6904 x 6905 9563 x 6918 x * 7260 x

Estimated Project Budget 145,382.93 2,313,179.54 1,379.54 1,000,741.59 594.14 1,000,147.45 1,746,594.40 2,979.75 78,039.73 1,623,159.03 14,157.89 28,258.00 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00 586,418.36 594.14 585,824.22 292,139.46 778.42 291,361.04 442,923.22 594.14 442,329.08 1,271,472.74 1,271,472.74 791,858.97 594.14 791,264.83 254,196.21 254,196.21 820,870.53 6,073.58 669,475.91 145,321.04 908,926.43 761,849.78 1,379.54 145,697.11 2,403,051.18 594.14 52,826.33 32,548.16 2,161,906.92 116,917.63 38,258.00 2,755,622.92 13,777.15 1,427,659.33 7,910.14 21,741.92 1,256,276.38 28,258.00 9,677.59 9,677.59 438,635.17 438,635.17 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 216,301.23 216,301.23 75,530.36 75,530.36 1,163,904.38 7,904.38 1,156,000.00 327,227.02 594.14

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7493 x 7507 x x 4640 x x 7904 x *

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) VERNON CITY EL PBX - UPGRADE VICTORIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) WALNUT PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) WOODLAWN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2

Start Mon 3/2/09 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 8/21/06 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Fri 8/25/06 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 3/28/07 Tue 3/30/04 Wed 3/28/07 Wed 4/25/07 Tue 7/13/04 Wed 4/25/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/14/04 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source R-Y K

Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K E-K Flores-Aguilar K Y

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Estimated Project Budget 326,632.88 731,862.89 6,862.89 826,887.08 7,842.63 819,044.45 1,040,611.38 594.14 1,040,017.24 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7137 x x x 9566 x 9593 x 9516 x 3808 x x 6808 x 9561 x 6822 x 6795 x 9558 x 6630 x 5548 x x 5582 x x 5575 x x 9539 x 5534 x x 9545 x 5857 x 5836 x x 9546 x 5884 x 5863 x * 5740 x x 5887 x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 7
32ND/USC PERFORMING ARTS MAGNET LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 36TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 37TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 52ND ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 52ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 61ST ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 66TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 66TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 68TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 75TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 75TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 92ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 93RD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 96TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 97TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 99TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 102ND ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 107TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 109TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 112TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 112TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 116TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 118TH ST. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 122ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2

Thu 5/1/03
Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 7/29/09 Mon 6/7/04 Mon 6/7/04 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 6/8/04 Tue 6/8/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/11/06 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Fri 6/27/08 Mon 3/28/05 Mon 3/28/05 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 6/25/08 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 6/23/09 Mon 6/20/05 Mon 6/20/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 7/8/08 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 10/2/06 Tue 1/20/04 Tue 1/20/04 Fri 11/17/06 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Tue 10/24/06 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 11/9/06 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/13/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 12/8/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 11/20/06 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/13/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 3/13/09 Mon 5/24/04 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 7/1/09

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 9/25/09 Tue 5/25/04 Wed 7/28/04 Thu 5/12/05 Fri 9/25/09 Wed 11/3/04 Wed 11/3/04 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Tue 11/23/04 Tue 11/23/04 Fri 10/13/06 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 10/13/06 Thu 12/18/08 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 12/18/08 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 5/3/05 Thu 11/20/08 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 11/20/08 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 8/29/05 Mon 8/29/05 Wed 12/24/08 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 12/24/08 Thu 11/30/06 Mon 12/15/03 Thu 11/30/06 Tue 1/23/07 Tue 1/20/04 Tue 1/23/07 Mon 12/11/06 Wed 12/17/03 Mon 12/11/06 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Fri 12/22/06 Tue 12/16/03 Fri 12/22/06 Thu 7/21/05 Thu 7/21/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 1/2/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 1/2/07 Thu 7/21/05 Thu 7/21/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 6/11/09 Mon 7/26/04 Tue 1/4/05 Thu 6/11/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 LaMotte

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

61,405,247.76
840,136.46 691,717.05 1,456.20 1,642.17 145,321.04 69,635.21 69,635.21 66,134.74 66,134.74 78,861.02 78,861.02 766,879.21 6,073.58 760,805.63 900,825.71 6,604.98 894,220.73 77,555.99 77,555.99 984,817.42 6,604.98 978,212.44 1,147,759.24 6,852.98 1,140,906.26 77,184.14 77,184.14 1,161,403.55 5,624.05 1,155,779.50 552,373.82 5,624.25 546,749.57 746,930.31 9,563.99 737,366.32 540,278.64 6,604.98 533,673.66 81,411.20 81,411.20 585,078.73 6,604.98 578,473.75 76,405.34 76,405.34 1,217,608.36 6,917.87 1,210,690.49 389,547.91 6,852.98 382,694.93 76,056.09 76,056.09 777,588.07 6,073.58 771,514.49 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 736,593.91 585,193.29 6,079.58 145,321.04 789,688.53 7,121.85 782,566.68

E-K-I K K R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K LaMotte K LaMotte K E-K LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-R-Y Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic E-K-I K R-Y Vladovic K E-R-Y

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 5562 x 8060 x x x x

Name BARRETT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BETHUNE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BRIGHT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BUDLONG EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 COMPTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) COMPTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 DREW MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EDISON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FIGUEROA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 FLOURNOY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 FOSHAY LEARNING CENTER TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FREMONT HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GOMPERS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GRAHAM EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRAHAM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GRAPE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 GRIFFITH JOYNER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2

Start Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 11/17/03 Mon 11/17/03 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 8/19/04 Thu 8/3/06 Fri 1/23/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Mon 9/11/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 1/18/06 Mon 8/8/05 Mon 8/8/05 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 7/6/07 Mon 7/14/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 9/10/07 Thu 8/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Tue 8/25/09 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 2/19/04 Wed 7/18/07 Wed 9/3/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Wed 1/21/04 Fri 1/5/07 Tue 7/15/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 10/19/05 Tue 6/20/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 11/17/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 9/15/06

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Sun 2/29/04 Thu 1/8/04 Wed 12/8/04 Wed 8/16/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/1/07 Fri 2/27/04 Thu 3/1/07 Wed 5/3/06 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 5/3/06 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 12/21/06 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 12/21/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/31/04 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 8/9/07 Thu 1/29/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 11/28/05 Thu 9/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 6/28/04 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 2/19/04 Tue 9/11/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Wed 6/15/05 Thu 1/25/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 11/30/05 Tue 6/27/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Fri 1/12/07 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 1/12/07 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 11/20/06 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 11/20/06

Board Member Vladovic

Funding Source K E-R-Y

LaMotte E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K E-K LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic K Y LaMotte K K K-R E-R-Y Y LaMotte K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-K Vladovic K Y Vladovic K E-K

7164 x x 2616 x x 9511 x 3205 x x 8112 x x x

8113 x x x

3822 x 5781 x * 8132 x x x

8650 x x x

8160 x x x

9518 x 4219 x x 4274 x * 5849 x x

Estimated Project Budget 890,733.98 5,614.05 885,119.93 2,385,165.70 1,659,967.00 2,402.69 11,865.32 21,937.70 660,734.99 28,258.00 761,088.90 7,429.02 753,659.88 822,380.40 7,467.11 814,913.29 75,639.53 75,639.53 416,948.72 6,604.98 410,343.74 1,631,918.72 39,014.41 2,404.89 14,151.20 1,548,090.22 28,258.00 1,600,858.17 2,404.89 8,366.48 13,738.58 1,548,090.22 28,258.00 1,227,515.08 6,855.77 1,220,659.31 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 1,794,678.65 10,863.68 594.14 26,160.21 1,728,802.62 28,258.00 2,475,989.20 788.68 67,387.43 44,998.08 2,324,557.01 38,258.00 1,530,054.57 6,073.58 14,055.94 21,388.73 1,460,278.32 28,258.00 80,447.42 80,447.42 602,097.87 5,624.05 596,473.82 992,073.58 6,073.58 986,000.00 599,446.22 6,073.58 593,372.64

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name HOPE CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 JORDAN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT KING JR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 KING-DREW MEDICAL MAGNET HS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LANTERMAN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LOCKE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LOCKE HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION MAIN STREET LC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MANCHESTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MANUAL ARTS HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MARKHAM MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MCKINLEY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MENLO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MIKES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MILLER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MIRAMONTE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MIRAMONTE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MUIR MS PBX - Cable Plant PBX - UPGRADE

Start Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 7/15/08 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 12/22/03 Fri 1/21/05 Thu 8/3/06 Fri 11/7/08 Fri 11/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 4/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 4/29/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 10/10/06 Wed 11/30/05 Wed 11/30/05 Thu 5/1/03 Fri 8/15/03 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 9/29/06 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/27/09 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 4/1/05 Thu 6/28/07 Wed 11/5/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 10/11/04 Thu 12/14/06 Thu 11/20/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Thu 5/27/04 Thu 4/30/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/28/05 Mon 3/28/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Fri 3/12/04

Finish Thu 4/30/09 Tue 4/12/05 Thu 4/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/17/05 Tue 8/8/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/30/09 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 8/30/04 Tue 6/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/9/07 Tue 2/17/04 Fri 3/9/07 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 10/3/03 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 10/20/06 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 8/7/09 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 6/9/04 Fri 8/7/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/8/04 Tue 5/31/05 Mon 7/9/07 Wed 2/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 6/15/04 Fri 1/28/05 Wed 1/24/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/29/09 Mon 12/15/03 Wed 8/4/04 Wed 7/29/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/27/05 Wed 4/27/05 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 5/4/05 Wed 5/4/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/25/05 Fri 3/12/04

Board Member LaMotte

Funding Source K E-R-Y

Vladovic K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Vladovic K K E-R-Y Y Garcia K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K K K-R Vladovic K LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y LaMotte E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K E-K-I R-Y LaMotte K Y LaMotte K LaMotte K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Y LaMotte K K

6534 x x 8727 x x

1919 x x 9531 x 8733 x x x 9250 x 5096 x x 8743 x x x

8237 x x x x

6658 x x 5247 x * 9591 x 5321 x * 9536 x 5329 x * 8255 x x

Estimated Project Budget 375,445.09 1,484.82 373,960.27 2,822,074.33 788.68 1,720,380.74 7,611.08 31,190.21 893,024.54 130,821.08 38,258.00 746,247.43 6,073.48 594,476.84 145,697.11 1,127,530.86 6,618.50 2,113.17 1,080,541.19 38,258.00 731,814.03 594.14 731,219.89 156,428.30 156,428.30 94,936.17 50,922.71 1,379.54 42,633.92 309,813.02 309,813.02 949,591.65 6,073.58 797,820.96 145,697.11 2,679,700.59 1,622,136.83 7,172.57 27,951.09 984,182.10 38,258.00 2,227,408.94 254.54 1,500,299.44 15,148.05 24,296.85 659,152.06 28,258.00 943,771.25 10,672.53 787,777.68 145,321.04 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 72,841.18 72,841.18 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 78,187.61 78,187.61 2,085,624.05 5,624.05 2,080,000.00 1,675,844.05 591,801.00 1,949.02

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION NORMANDIE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORMANDIE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 NORWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 PARKS/HUERTA PRIMARY CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PARMELEE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 RILEY HS TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 RITTER EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 RODIA CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 RUSSELL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SALVIN SPECIAL EDUCATION PBX - UPGRADE SOUTH PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE TRUTH CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 VERMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 WASHINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WATERS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WEEMES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 WEIGAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

Start Tue 4/12/05 Tue 1/24/06 Thu 6/21/07 Tue 6/8/04 Tue 6/8/04 Thu 5/6/04 Thu 5/6/04 Wed 8/23/06 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 8/23/04 Fri 4/3/09 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 5/24/07 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Tue 4/17/07 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 2/17/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 3/5/09 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 6/30/09 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Wed 6/21/06 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 8/29/06 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Tue 10/26/04

Finish Thu 10/27/05 Tue 6/27/06 Mon 7/2/07 Tue 11/16/04 Tue 11/16/04 Thu 2/15/07 Thu 5/6/04 Thu 2/15/07 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Thu 7/2/09 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 10/4/04 Thu 7/2/09 Fri 6/22/07 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 6/22/07 Mon 7/30/07 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 7/30/07 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 1/28/05 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/1/09 Fri 4/16/04 Wed 7/21/04 Mon 6/1/09 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 1/8/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 2/7/07 Fri 7/16/04 Wed 2/7/07 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 12/16/05 Fri 12/16/05 Wed 2/7/07 Tue 1/27/04 Wed 2/7/07 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 11/1/04 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 11/1/04

Board Member

Funding Source K E-K K-R K

LaMotte LaMotte K E-K Garcia K Garcia K E-K-I R-Y LaMotte K E-R-K Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic K E-Y Vladovic E-K-I K R-Y Vladovic Y Vladovic K Y Garcia K LaMotte K Vladovic E-R-Y LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K Y LaMotte K K

Estimated Project Budget 17,503.39 1,019,242.89 17,089.75 70,527.24 70,527.24 857,172.99 6,073.58 851,099.41 142,092.62 142,092.62 792,877.42 254.54 647,301.84 145,321.04 166,594.31 594.14 166,000.17 787,363.71 6,604.98 780,758.73 709,344.81 1,520.87 707,823.94 610,267.99 459,243.44 6,079.58 144,944.97 310,200.00 310,200.00 1,670,104.98 6,604.98 1,663,500.00 1,379.54 1,379.54 1,020,719.55 5,624.05 250,530.86 250,530.86 721,740.65 594.14 721,146.51 99,412.82 99,412.82 90,773.78 90,773.78 951,101.00 5,620.05 945,480.95 992,604.98 6,604.98 986,000.00 17,331.23 3,307.86 14,023.37

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Thu 5/1/03
Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 10/2/09 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 1/13/06 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 8/17/07 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Fri 7/27/07 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/6/08 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 4/20/07 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 4/13/07 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 9/17/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 10/28/04 Tue 2/26/08 Wed 1/26/05 Wed 1/26/05 Wed 2/18/09 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/20/06 Fri 3/6/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 10/4/07 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 2/8/05

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 5/24/06 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 5/24/06 Tue 12/18/07 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 12/18/07 Thu 10/25/07 Wed 3/31/04 Thu 10/25/07 Wed 10/29/08 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 10/29/08 Fri 8/17/07 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 8/17/07 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 7/13/07 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 7/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 12/17/04 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 7/28/09 Wed 1/26/05 Tue 7/28/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 8/18/06 Tue 7/7/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/5/08 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 2/5/08 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 3/23/05 Vladovic

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

65,053,610.56
1,009,430.39 16,577.41 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,024,460.66 6,852.98 1,017,607.68 66,681.85 66,681.85 794,375.94 6,073.58 788,302.36 662,194.27 31,921.81 630,272.46 549,124.23 32,244.73 516,879.50 706,344.40 6,852.98 699,491.42 744,830.41 31,921.81 712,908.60 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 754,896.73 33,046.01 721,850.72 279,964.68 25,330.28 216,376.40 38,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 676,840.58 8,698.47 487,155.47 180,986.64 275,503.46 26,797.10 248,706.36 648,830.45 6,852.98 641,977.47 900,453.26 594.14 899,859.12 2,157,586.95 37,937.49 594.14 33,307.82 2,047,489.50 38,258.00 593,476.35 6,852.98 586,623.37 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,162,979.28 6,979.28 1,156,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 76,010.62

K K Y Vladovic K E-R-Y LaMotte K LaMotte K E-K Vladovic E-K E-R-K Vladovic E-K E-R-K Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic E-K E-R-K Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic E-K E-R-K Vladovic K E-R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-K-I E-R-Y Vladovic K R-Y Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic K E-Y Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Y Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic K Vladovic K Y Vladovic K Vladovic

2146 x 2247 x x 8531 x 2288 x 1941 x * 8529 x x x

2315 x 2473 x 2527 x * 2530 x 9508

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CABRILLO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CARNEGIE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 CAROLDALE LEARNING COMM PBX - UPGRADE CARSON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CARSON HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CATSKILL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 CENTURY PK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CHAPMAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CIMARRON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CLAY MS PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT COOPER COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CRESTWOOD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CURTISS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 DANA MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT DEL AMO EL PBX - UPGRADE DENKER EL PBX - UPGRADE DODSON MS PBX - UPGRADE ROUTERS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

Start Tue 2/8/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 6/30/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/15/06 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 3/14/07 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 7/31/06 Thu 8/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 8/18/04 Thu 4/9/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 2/23/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 5/11/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Sun 4/11/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 11/19/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 12/1/04 Tue 5/15/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 8/3/06 Fri 2/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 4/20/07 Mon 10/12/09 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Wed 3/23/05 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/15/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 7/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 4/26/07 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 4/26/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 8/15/06 Tue 1/13/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 2/1/05 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 7/8/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 10/7/04 Wed 7/8/09 Wed 4/18/07 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 4/18/07 Thu 9/21/06 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 9/21/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 5/10/07 Tue 2/22/05 Tue 5/13/08 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 2/24/05 Wed 6/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 8/7/06 Tue 7/7/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 4/2/04 Thu 5/6/04 Thu 5/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member

Funding Source K K E-R-Y

Vladovic

Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K Y LaMotte K E-K-I R-Y Vladovic K E-R-K LaMotte K E-K LaMotte K K-R K-R E-R-K Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic K K K-R Y Y Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K K K K-R E-R-Y Y

2890 x * 2945 x x 2986 x 3082 x x 8099 x x x

8589 x * 3302 x * 8103 x x x * 8104 x x x

3384 x 3425 x 8110 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 76,010.62 1,031,116.34 6,852.98 1,024,263.36 1,491,219.94 23,752.97 594.14 17,515.45 1,421,099.38 6,852.98 6,852.98 594,414.41 6,073.58 588,340.83 2,673,746.64 31,309.46 4,779.75 49,640.30 2,549,759.13 38,258.00 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 781,181.86 6,073.58 629,787.24 145,321.04 590,373.30 6,852.98 583,520.32 459,855.70 6,852.98 453,002.72 1,259,402.36 1,379.54 10,869.83 21,260.81 1,197,634.18 28,258.00 1,228,947.82 573,447.82 655,500.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,720,390.80 594.14 5,314.58 22,724.08 28,258.00 1,663,500.00 1,384,429.71 27,058.12 1,608.84 20,363.90 1,307,140.85 28,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,108,311.66 594.14 16,577.41 16,391.53 14,318.47 1,032,172.11 28,258.00

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 9514 x 3452 x 3466 x 8578 x 8930 x 3640 x * 8127 x x x 4014 x 4041 x 8664 x x x

Name DOLORES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DOLORES ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE DOMINGUEZ EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EAGLE TREE CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ELLINGTON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT ESHELMAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 FLEMING MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION FRIES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 GARDENA EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 GARDENA HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GULF EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 HALLDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE HARBOR CITY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 HARBOR OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) HARTE PREPATORY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HAWAIIAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HAWAIIAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LA SALLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LEAPWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LELAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LOMITA MATH/SCI MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 MANHATTAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MEYLER EL PBX - UPGRADE MIDDLE COLLEGE HS

Start Mon 8/2/04 Mon 8/2/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 2/9/05 Thu 8/7/08 Wed 2/2/05 Wed 2/2/05 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 1/17/05 Fri 3/2/07 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 5/30/08 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 12/20/07 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 9/7/06 Wed 12/17/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 3/10/04 Fri 2/3/06 Tue 8/7/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/4/05 Fri 3/4/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 8/14/09 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 1/10/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Fri 5/12/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 3/17/04

Finish Fri 10/22/04 Fri 10/22/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 1/21/09 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 1/21/09 Wed 2/2/05 Wed 2/2/05 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/24/04 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 3/29/07 Thu 10/23/08 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 10/23/08 Thu 3/27/08 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/27/08 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 5/23/05 Fri 9/29/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/13/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/8/06 Mon 8/20/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 4/6/06 Tue 4/13/04 Thu 4/6/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 7/22/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 9/21/06 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 9/21/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source K K

Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic K E-R-Y LaMotte K Vladovic K E-Y Vladovic K K K-R Vladovic K E-R-Y Vladovic E-K E-R-K Vladovic K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-Y Vladovic K LaMotte K K E-K K-R Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-Y LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K Y LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K LaMotte

4315 x * 4342 x 4425 x * 9180 x 8170 x x x x 9522 x 4466 x 4786 x x 4829 x 4836 x 4932 x * 5110 x x 7342 x 8760

Estimated Project Budget 142,113.16 142,113.16 6,855.77 6,855.77 1,198,426.42 6,073.58 1,192,352.84 366,282.25 20,665.09 345,617.16 39,387.98 39,387.98 896,340.62 6,852.98 870,605.13 70,217.45 20,159.90 8,366.68 13,432.87 989,682.47 9,470.34 980,212.13 511,182.70 31,921.81 479,260.89 2,316,733.01 9,316.39 1,827,171.65 39,900.91 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 869,264.36 7,078.48 862,185.88 1,587,110.10 1,587,110.10 1,279,236.43 10,748.77 594.14 1,220,458.16 19,177.36 28,258.00 75,091.16 75,091.16 840,918.96 7,857.10 833,061.86 748,281.51 6,073.58 742,207.93 6,073.58 6,073.58 6,852.98 6,852.98 992,855.77 6,855.77 986,000.00 597,454.98 8,042.67 589,412.31 6,073.58 6,073.58 43,417.21

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 8666 x 8779 x x x

Name TOKEN RING SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MONETA CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 NARBONNE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NORMONT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 PARK WESTERN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PARK WESTERN EL PBX - UPGRADE PATTON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PEARY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT POINT FERMIN EL PBX - UPGRADE PRESIDENT EL PBX - UPGRADE PURCHE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 RAYMOND AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SAN PEDRO CAS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SAN PEDRO HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SAN PEDRO/WILMINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SELLERY SP ED CTR PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SOUTH SHORES PERF. ARTS MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 TAPER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 TOWNE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VAN DEENE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WASHINGTON PREPARATORY HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1

Start Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 2/7/05 Mon 2/7/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 2/4/05 Fri 10/6/06 Fri 6/29/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/7/05 Mon 3/7/05 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 3/1/05 Tue 3/1/05 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 12/16/04 Thu 12/16/04 Fri 6/29/07 Tue 7/1/03 Tue 7/1/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 1/29/07 Mon 10/1/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 3/5/07 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 5/17/06 Fri 7/2/04 Fri 7/2/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 2/4/05 Tue 8/29/06 Fri 10/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 1/18/08 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 8/20/07 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 6/1/05

Finish Tue 7/6/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 4/28/06 Thu 3/22/07 Mon 3/10/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 4/20/05 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 4/8/05 Fri 4/8/05 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 3/7/08 Fri 12/17/04 Fri 3/7/08 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/26/03 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 2/21/07 Wed 3/19/08 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 4/27/07 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 4/27/07 Tue 9/19/06 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 9/19/06 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/17/05 Tue 9/19/06 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Tue 4/1/08 Mon 3/15/04 Tue 4/1/08 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/25/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 10/30/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 10/30/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/26/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 9/28/05

Board Member

Funding Source K Y K E-R-Y

Vladovic

Vladovic K K K-R E-R-K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic K K K-R E-R-K Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic E-K E-R-K LaMotte K E-K Vladovic K Vladovic K K K-R E-R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K E-R-K Vladovic K E-Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic K Y Vladovic K E-R-K LaMotte K K E-K-I

9543 x 5644 x * 9548 x 6013 x 8781 x 8352 x x x

6137 x 6148 x 6158 x 6219 x x 9484 x 8850 x x x

9886 x 1956 x 6870 x * 7035 x * 7205 x * 7419 x 8928 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 5,159.21 38,258.00 235,531.23 26,404.36 209,126.87 2,936,208.65 1,379.54 49,154.68 29,085.50 2,818,330.93 38,258.00 94,354.75 94,354.75 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 70,686.72 70,686.72 6,852.98 6,852.98 72,732.15 25,215.55 47,516.60 1,602,119.08 24,283.48 6,852.98 19,185.16 1,523,539.46 28,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 683,750.77 31,921.81 651,828.96 596,340.33 6,852.98 589,487.35 120,881.68 120,881.68 2,003,914.40 8,025.58 40,592.43 31,835.99 1,885,202.40 38,258.00 94,775.46 94,775.46 398,943.45 6,852.98 392,090.47 718,590.08 10,065.63 708,524.45 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 399,495.12 6,852.98 392,642.14 1,486,502.38 12,541.65 1,188.28 1,011,060.43

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 7644 x x 8487 x x x

Name TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 WEST ATHENS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 WHITE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WHITE POINT EL PBX - UPGRADE WILLENBERG SPECIAL EDUC. CTR. PBX - UPGRADE WILMINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WILMINGTON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WILMINGTON PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WOODCREST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2

Start Mon 3/19/07 Sun 5/10/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Tue 8/10/04 Mon 3/30/09 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 4/5/07 Thu 5/7/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 3/14/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 12/13/04 Fri 2/9/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/1/06

Finish Tue 4/17/07 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 6/25/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 10/4/04 Thu 6/25/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 5/3/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 4/27/05 Wed 4/27/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 10/5/05 Tue 3/6/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 9/7/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 9/7/06

Board Member

Funding Source K-R E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y

LaMotte

Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Y Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K Vladovic K K K-R R-Y Y Vladovic K Y LaMotte K E-K

7767 x 1957 x 9585 x 8490 x x x

7781 x * 7863 x x

Estimated Project Budget 21,367.96 402,086.06 907,647.75 6,073.58 756,253.13 145,321.04 1,538,934.08 18,329.29 6,073.58 15,543.13 1,470,730.08 28,258.00 6,855.77 6,855.77 594.14 594.14 98,985.58 98,985.58 1,553,411.39 6,073.58 14,163.24 17,180.55 1,487,736.02 28,258.00 1,669,573.58 6,073.58 1,663,500.00 506,116.23 6,852.98 499,263.25

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Local District: 9
RADIOS RADIOS SCHOOL POLICE School Police WAN Beaudry Building Gardena Node Van Nuys Node West Los Angeles Node

Thu 9/1/05
Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06

Thu 12/30/10
Thu 12/30/10 Thu 12/30/10 Wed 1/31/07 Wed 1/31/07 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

12,101,733.00
7,222,953.00 7,222,953.00 1,902,850.00 1,902,850.00 2,975,930.00 2,975,930.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Y R R-Y R-Y R-Y R-Y

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress

IT INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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E X E C U T I O N

P L A N

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Projects Schedule
Following are preliminary schedules for all projects by Board Member. Schedules for 2009 - 2012 LAN Modernization may change depending on date E-Rate applications are approved and funded. The schedules for projects that were approved and funded for E-Rate 2008 are adjusted to reflect the actual schedules.

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Board Member: No Value
ITD Projects - IT Infrastructure

Thu 5/1/03
Thu 5/1/03

Mon 6/30/14
Mon 6/30/14

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget 606,552,338.25

Board Member: Canter
9504 x 2342 x 2479 x * 2507 x 2534 x 2548 x * 2704 x * 2712 x x 2795 x 3041 x 6342 x * 2741 x 3260 x * 8945 * 3589 x 8123 x x x BEETHOVEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BEETHOVEN EL PBX - UPGRADE BRADDOCK DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 BRENTWOOD SCI MAG LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 BROADWAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BROCKTON AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 CALABASH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CALVERT ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 CANYON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CHEREMOYA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 COEUR D'ALENE AVE. EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 COMMUNITY MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE COWAN AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 DEL REY CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 EMELITA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 EMERSON MS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ENCINO EL PBX - UPGRADE FAIRBURN AVE. EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 FAIRFAX HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FULLBRIGHT AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 GARDNER ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GRAND VIEW BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2

Mon 6/2/03
Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 11/18/04 Thu 11/18/04 Mon 3/30/09 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 2/4/05 Fri 3/27/09 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 4/28/04 Wed 4/28/04 Thu 7/1/10 Sun 7/1/07 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 11/9/07 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Fri 11/19/04 Mon 4/23/07 Wed 4/25/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 8/31/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/15/09 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 7/1/11

Mon 6/30/14
Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 7/27/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 1/5/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 4/12/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 9/28/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/28/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 2/8/08 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 2/8/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/5/04 Fri 11/19/04 Tue 10/16/07 Tue 7/24/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/27/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 5/25/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 9/22/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 8/19/09 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 7/20/05 Wed 8/19/09 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 6/30/14 Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter K K K Y E-K-I E-R-Y K E-R-Y K Y K Y K E-K-I E-R-Y K K E-R-Y K E-Y K K Y E-Y K E-R-K K K K-R E-R-K Y K K Y K K K-R Y K Y K E-K-I R-Y K Y

56,222,330.89
147,534.61 147,534.61 2,979.75 2,979.75 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 829,087.21 648,096.64 180,990.57 689,812.30 594.14 689,218.16 726,379.54 1,379.54 725,000.00 732,078.48 7,078.48 725,000.00 773,132.09 6,073.58 586,067.94 180,990.57 27,170.52 27,170.52 642,346.55 7,429.02 634,917.53 744,105.30 36,071.06 708,034.24 6,563.02 6,563.02 994,617.58 8,617.58 986,000.00 285,860.02 285,860.02 477,695.34 6,852.98 470,842.36 1,217,744.27 18,476.81 64,957.89 10,075.84 1,095,975.73 28,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 748,050.99 23,050.99 725,000.00 122,766.32 47,350.10 594.14 36,564.08 38,258.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 542,986.45 2,362.06 395,679.42 144,944.97 986,594.14 594.14 986,000.00

3616 x 3726 x * 8621 x x x 4027 x * 4068 x x 4247 x *

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 9519 x 4397 x 8693 x x x

Name GRANT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HANCOCK PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE HOLLYWOOD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT INDIAN SPRINGS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 KENTER CANYON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT KENTWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) KENTWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 LANAI EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LAUREL EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LAUREL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 LE CONTE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOYOLA VILLAGE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MARINA DEL REY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MARINA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MARK TWAIN MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 MARQUEZ EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MCBRIDE SPECIAL EDUC. CTR. PBX - UPGRADE MELROSE EL PBX - UPGRADE NESTLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 OPEN CHARTER MAGNET ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE PACIFIC PALISADES EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PALISADES CHARTER HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION PASEO DEL REY NATURAL SCIENCE MAGNET TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2

Start Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 9/28/05 Thu 5/31/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 6/11/07 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Mon 7/25/05 Mon 7/25/05 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/16/05 Mon 5/16/05 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Tue 6/14/05 Thu 2/8/07 Tue 9/8/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/12/04 Mon 4/12/04 Tue 11/25/08 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 5/13/05 Tue 2/13/07 Fri 10/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/15/05 Mon 8/15/05 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 2/21/07 Mon 3/2/09 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 1/10/05 Mon 1/10/05 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 10/12/05 Mon 3/26/07 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Wed 3/30/05 Wed 3/30/05 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Sun 12/4/05 Mon 9/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/19/07 Mon 1/31/05 Fri 10/19/07 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Wed 9/28/05 Wed 9/28/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 4/21/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/24/05 Fri 6/24/05 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/26/04 Fri 11/11/05 Thu 3/8/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 4/12/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 10/21/05 Thu 3/15/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/23/04 Tue 3/20/07 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 1/10/05 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/15/04 Fri 3/5/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 11/23/05 Tue 4/24/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 9/28/04 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter

Funding Source K K K K K-R R-Y Y K E-R-K K K K Y K E-Y K K Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K-R R-Y K K K K E-Y K K K K K K-R K Y

8888 x 4699 x 9528 x 4712 x * 4764 x * 9529 x 4808 x * 8226 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 98,707.89 98,707.89 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,953,228.94 5,244.88 49,343.69 33,111.15 1,827,271.22 38,258.00 84,735.24 25,941.01 58,794.23 27,170.36 27,170.36 64,298.46 64,298.46 992,855.77 6,855.77 986,000.00 785,280.29 6,073.58 779,206.71 72,135.76 72,135.76 731,855.40 6,855.40 725,000.00 2,206,471.11 1,466.14 13,570.41 29,607.20 2,133,569.36 28,258.00 977,473.39 6,073.58 971,399.81 2,420,019.33 6,073.58 36,487.98 10,942.85 2,338,256.92 28,258.00 70,363.37 70,363.37 1,368,739.79 22,669.93 14,043.44 1,303,768.42 27,067.44 27,067.44 594.14 594.14 6,852.98 6,852.98 837,475.32 7,078.48 830,396.84 23,425.03 16,572.05 6,852.98 23,583.71 23,583.71 87,298.85 594.14 58,746.62 27,958.09 750,008.37 25,008.37 725,000.00

5014 x 8235 x x x

9533 x 8425 x x 5164 x 1952 x 5219 x 5452 x * 5889 x x 5959 x 8798 x x x 6052 x *

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8909 x 6110 x 8107 x x x

Name PHOENIX CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PLAYA DEL REY EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PORTOLA MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RAMONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 REVERE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RICHLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE ROSCOMARE EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 ROSEWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ROSEWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SELMA EL PBX - UPGRADE SHORT EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT STERRY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) STERRY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 STONER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SUTTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TAFT HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TARZANA EL PBX - UPGRADE TEMESCAL CANYON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT THOREAU CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 TOPANGA EL PBX - UPGRADE UNIVERSITY HS TOKEN RING PBX - Cable Plant TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VALLEY VIEW EL

Start Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/9/05 Wed 3/9/05 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 11/13/06 Wed 12/17/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 4/28/04 Wed 4/28/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 2/21/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 12/9/04 Thu 12/9/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/7/04 Mon 6/7/04 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Fri 12/17/04 Tue 10/14/08 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 11/3/04 Wed 11/3/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 12/4/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 10/3/06 Tue 11/3/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/19/05 Tue 4/19/05 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 10/15/09 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 10/1/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 6/11/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/18/04

Finish Wed 6/30/10 Fri 2/4/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/9/05 Wed 3/9/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/16/03 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/15/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/9/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/28/04 Mon 10/18/04 Thu 3/1/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/9/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/17/04 Fri 12/17/04 Tue 1/20/09 Fri 8/6/04 Mon 2/7/05 Tue 1/20/09 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 7/28/04 Thu 11/4/04 Thu 11/4/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 10/3/05 Thu 2/8/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 11/15/06 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/19/05 Tue 4/19/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/17/03 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 4/3/07 Fri 10/19/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04

Board Member Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter

Funding Source K E-R-Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K Y K K K-R Y K K Y K K E-K-I E-R-Y K K K K E-Y K Y K K K-R R-Y Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K E-R-Y K K K K-R E-R-K Y

Estimated Project Budget 245,349.39 28,972.99 216,376.40 9,252.36 9,252.36 1,647,613.55 22,163.92 6,073.58 16,225.11 1,574,892.94 28,258.00 1,163,429.02 7,429.02 1,156,000.00 92,022.75 8,054.46 24,806.06 30,904.23 28,258.00 2,070.33 2,070.33 752,823.66 27,823.66 725,000.00 132,078.72 132,078.72 746,005.35 9,763.07 555,251.71 180,990.57 986,594.14 594.14 28,096.15 28,096.15 78,565.70 78,565.70 831,109.30 594.14 830,515.16 986,594.14 594.14 986,000.00 1,471,631.78 6,073.58 21,068.33 16,016.06 1,400,215.81 28,258.00 1,856,833.60 21,207.06 594.14 30,658.52 1,766,115.88 38,258.00 6,073.58 6,073.58 30,712.46 30,712.46 316,360.59 24,714.42 291,646.17 594.14 594.14 2,456,275.25 14,406.88 297,963.43 27,422.16 2,078,224.78 38,258.00 6,073.58

6178 x * 8356 x x x 6260 x 6363 x * 9554 x 6384 x x 6589 x 6740 x 9564 x 6932 x * 6952 x * 8406 x x x

8880 x x x

7041 x 8802 x 8883 x 7198 x 8886 x x x

7397

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 8907 x x x 7616 x 8481 x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE VENICE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 WARNER EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WEBSTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WEST HOLLYWOOD CONT. CDS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WEST HOLLYWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE WEST VALLEY OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) WESTCHESTER - EMER CAS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) WESTCHESTER HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring WESTMINSTER EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WESTMINSTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 WESTPORT HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE WESTSIDE LEADERSHIP MAGNET TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WESTWOOD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WHITMAN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT WILBUR AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 WONDERLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE WOODLAND HILLS ACAD MS (PARKMAN) PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WOODLAND HILLS EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 WRIGHT MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

Start Thu 3/18/04 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/16/05 Fri 11/10/06 Mon 11/30/09 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 11/1/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 12/13/04 Thu 2/15/07 Thu 12/10/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 5/7/04 Fri 5/7/04 Wed 3/30/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Mon 6/2/03 Mon 6/2/03 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 4/3/07 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/25/05 Mon 7/25/05 Thu 7/29/04 Thu 7/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Wed 10/13/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 11/5/04 Fri 11/5/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 12/13/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 6/14/05 Mon 10/30/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/12/04 Mon 1/12/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 6/15/04 Tue 6/15/04 Tue 6/14/05 Mon 1/29/07 Mon 2/9/09 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 11/17/05 Thu 4/12/07 Thu 9/30/10 Tue 11/16/04 Tue 11/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 10/4/05 Thu 3/1/07 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/30/05 Thu 8/26/04 Wed 3/30/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/16/03 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 5/1/07 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 11/12/04 Fri 11/12/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 12/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 11/1/05 Tue 2/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/23/04 Tue 3/30/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/15/04 Wed 11/2/05 Tue 2/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter Canter

Funding Source K K K K-R E-R-Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K K K K K K-R E-Y E-Y K K E-Y K K K Y K K K Y K K K K-R Y Y K K Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y

Estimated Project Budget 6,073.58 1,905,340.56 594.14 33,073.28 34,829.83 1,798,585.31 30,883.88 30,883.88 1,899,569.95 6,073.58 77,529.68 15,513.32 1,772,195.37 28,258.00 15,657.51 5,789.13 9,868.38 6,852.98 6,852.98 3,626,776.87 3,626,776.87 896,127.15 896,127.15 2,042,720.78 18,792.07 6,526.29 25,207.22 1,830,150.28 123,786.92 97,261.69 97,261.69 932,153.47 594.14 931,559.33 7,078.48 7,078.48 754,007.83 2,780.68 26,227.15 725,000.00 24,451.28 24,451.28 24,278.19 24,278.19 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,223,784.32 6,073.58 14,287.55 19,165.19 1,156,000.00 28,258.00 1,009,432.98 16,577.21 6,855.77 986,000.00 1,500,562.96 8,629.59 22,841.68 19,555.62 1,421,278.07 28,258.00

8730 x x 7649 x 9010 x 9495 x 8943 x x x * * 9576 x 7699 x * 7712 x 3311 x x * 7740 x 8623 x 7774 x * 7849 x 8344 x x x * 7890 x x * 8493 x x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 3973 x x 2027 x 2068 x x 2151 x 2233 x x 8536 x x x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Flores-Aguilar
4TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ALDAMA EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ALLESANDRO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 ANNANDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ATWATER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BELL HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BELLEVUE PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BELVEDERE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BELVEDERE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BELVEDERE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) TSE ONLY PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BROOKLYN AVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BROOKLYN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BRYSON EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BUCHANAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BURBANK MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BUSHNELL WAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) CITY TERRACE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) CLIFFORD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) CORONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) DAHLIA HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE

Thu 5/1/03
Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 6/23/06 Thu 8/24/06 Thu 8/24/06 Mon 9/15/03 Mon 9/15/03 Thu 7/14/05 Mon 6/15/09 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 6/14/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 10/19/04 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 6/27/07 Fri 11/14/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 12/8/09 Tue 12/8/09 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 7/5/05 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 2/2/04 Mon 2/2/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 3/22/05 Mon 5/21/07 Mon 11/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 10/17/07 Mon 4/11/05 Mon 4/11/05 Wed 5/19/04 Wed 5/19/04 Wed 5/19/04 Fri 4/10/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/8/06 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Thu 6/16/05 Wed 5/23/07 Thu 1/22/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03 Thu 7/21/05 Fri 6/19/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 8/14/06 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 4/10/07 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 8/30/06 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04

Mon 9/30/13
Mon 11/20/06 Thu 3/4/04 Mon 11/20/06 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 11/9/06 Mon 8/17/09 Mon 9/15/03 Tue 8/16/05 Mon 8/17/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 10/20/06 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 1/21/05 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 7/26/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 5/20/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 10/13/05 Thu 6/7/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 2/1/08 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 2/1/08 Wed 5/4/05 Wed 5/4/05 Fri 7/10/09 Tue 8/3/04 Wed 5/19/04 Fri 7/10/09 Fri 10/20/06 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 10/10/05 Mon 6/18/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/25/09 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 8/30/05 Tue 8/25/09 Wed 11/1/06 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 11/1/06 Tue 7/3/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 7/3/07 Tue 3/13/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 3/13/07 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/11/04 Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

88,457,269.13
638,410.50 9,429.02 628,981.48 554,034.37 554,034.37 539,133.93 254.54 393,934.39 144,945.00 639,639.21 6,863.65 632,775.56 542,726.04 6,852.98 535,873.06 2,725,084.14 594.14 1,734,597.05 14,184.08 16,536.56 920,914.31 38,258.00 553,709.82 553,709.82 75,592.15 75,592.15 882,584.74 6,852.98 875,731.76 2,158,164.20 20,125.89 6,073.58 34,873.81 11,750.23 2,057,082.69 28,258.00 452,909.45 7,429.02 445,480.43 79,935.55 79,935.55 739,578.97 585,723.83 8,534.10 145,321.04 530,573.86 6,852.98 523,720.88 1,648,932.61 1,379.54 32,080.89 12,660.65 1,574,553.53 28,258.00 630,961.05 254.54 485,761.54 144,944.97 394,987.31 6,073.58 388,913.73 357,924.94 6,852.98 351,071.96 970,761.01 6,073.58 964,687.43 781,868.37 6,073.58

K E-K E-K K E-K-I R-Y K E-R-Y K E-K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y E-R-Y K K E-R-Y E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K K E-K-I K R-Y K E-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K E-R-K K E-K K

2379 9505 x 2397 x 8047 x x x x

2562 x 9579 x 2589 x x 2603 x x 8066 x x x

2671 x x 3096 x x 3110 x 3219 x x 3329 x

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code * 9513 x 3356 x 3397 x 3479 x x 3507 x 8614 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DAYTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DAYTON HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 DELEVAN DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 DORRIS PLACE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EAGLE ROCK EL PBX - UPGRADE EAGLE ROCK HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EASTMAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EASTMAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EL SERENO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EL SERENO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ELIZABETH LEARNING CTR. PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FISHBURN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 FLETCHER DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 FORD BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 FRANKLIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 FRANKLIN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 GAGE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GARFIELD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GARVANZA EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/9/05 Mon 5/9/05 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 3/3/08 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 9/2/08 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 7/17/06 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 5/12/04 Thu 8/17/06 Sun 5/31/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/4/05 Mon 4/4/05 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/29/06 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 7/23/07 Fri 12/11/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/18/04 Mon 5/11/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 2/28/08 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 10/20/06 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Mon 12/13/04 Wed 12/17/08 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/17/03 Thu 3/17/05 Tue 9/27/05 Sat 12/30/06 Mon 11/3/08 Mon 12/22/03 Mon 12/22/03 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 1/21/05 Tue 7/10/07 Thu 11/13/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 11/17/05 Wed 8/1/07 Thu 3/12/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/22/05 Wed 6/22/05 Tue 5/20/08 Wed 1/7/04 Tue 5/20/08 Tue 2/3/09 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 2/3/09 Mon 10/23/06 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 10/23/06 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 9/8/04 Fri 9/22/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 4/16/07 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 4/16/07 Wed 6/8/05 Wed 6/8/05 Tue 10/10/06 Mon 3/8/04 Tue 10/10/06 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/12/04 Tue 9/18/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 8/16/04 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 7/10/08 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/10/08 Thu 5/10/07 Mon 3/1/04 Thu 5/10/07 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 8/5/04 Tue 3/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/17/03 Wed 7/6/05 Fri 10/7/05 Thu 1/11/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 5/12/05 Fri 8/3/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 2/23/04 Tue 11/29/05 Thu 9/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/27/06 Thu 3/11/04

Board Member Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source E-Y K K E-R-K K E-R-Y K E-K K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K K K E-K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K-I R-Y K E-R-K K E-K K E-K-I E-R-Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K

Estimated Project Budget 775,794.79 107,023.85 107,023.85 476,518.63 5,624.05 470,894.58 760,540.75 6,852.98 753,687.77 445,364.55 7,429.02 437,935.53 24,956.09 6,073.58 1,838,333.76 254.54 34,298.87 28,774.53 1,736,747.82 38,258.00 74,956.08 74,956.08 1,006,001.81 7,429.02 998,572.79 80,283.54 80,283.54 450,619.39 7,429.02 443,190.37 2,473,393.62 594.14 18,599.83 2,425,941.65 28,258.00 771,302.00 6,073.58 619,907.38 145,321.04 605,752.20 6,073.58 599,678.62 868,847.49 7,429.02 861,418.47 567,719.87 6,073.58 380,655.72 180,990.57 2,756,256.10 254.54 1,639,651.89 24,638.69 27,536.07 1,025,916.91 2,285,818.75 1,523,507.93 1,379.54 13,363.48 23,187.35 696,122.45 28,258.00 2,376,385.41 594.14 24,506.29 17,831.78 2,295,195.20 38,258.00 452,759.92 6,073.58

9515 x 3521 x x 9581 x 3562 x x 3548 x x

3849 x x 3877 x 3918 x x 3986 x x 8643 x x x x 8151 x x x x

8679 x x x

4082 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 4123 x x 4164 x 9517 x 8168 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GLASSELL PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GLENFELIZ BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 GLENFELIZ EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRIFFITH MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HAMASAKI EL PBX - UPGRADE HAMMEL ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) HARRISON EL PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) HELIOTROPE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008)

Start Tue 5/2/06 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 4/14/05 Wed 6/17/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 3/21/07 Tue 4/27/04 Tue 4/27/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 4/12/07 Tue 9/16/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 8/12/04 Mon 8/3/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 12/5/07 Fri 11/14/03 Fri 11/14/03 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 5/12/09 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 11/3/08 Mon 6/20/05 Mon 6/20/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 7/7/06 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 3/29/04 Fri 1/21/05 Fri 6/8/07 Tue 11/4/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 4/20/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 4/29/04 Tue 10/17/06 Tue 9/2/08 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 10/24/06 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 11/17/05 Wed 2/14/07 Mon 9/15/08 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Wed 9/27/06 Fri 8/21/09 Thu 9/18/03 Mon 6/27/05 Fri 8/21/09 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/10/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 4/19/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/2/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 9/18/03 Tue 9/14/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/20/08 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 1/11/05 Thu 3/20/08 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 2/5/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 8/28/09 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 2/22/07 Mon 7/12/04 Thu 2/22/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/2/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 9/9/04 Mon 3/29/04 Tue 5/17/05 Thu 8/23/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 7/17/09 Mon 8/9/04 Fri 7/17/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/10/04 Thu 4/29/04 Tue 11/7/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 3/12/07 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/12/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/4/04 Tue 12/6/05 Tue 3/13/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source E-K K E-K-I R-Y K E-R-K K

K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K-I R-Y K K E-R-K E-K-I K R-Y K E-R-Y K K K E-K K Y E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y E-K-I R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y K E-Y K E-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y

6274 x 4356 x x 4438 x x 4507 x x 8645 x 9524 x 4562 x 2375 x x 4616 x * 8700 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 446,686.34 706,217.93 3,687.79 557,585.17 144,944.97 563,801.12 6,852.98 556,948.14 67,473.98 67,473.98 1,701,888.68 24,217.37 1,466.14 22,654.23 1,625,292.94 28,258.00 993,429.02 7,429.02 670,465.43 254.54 524,513.78 145,697.11 542,287.56 6,073.58 5,234.97 530,979.01 909,226.68 756,454.08 7,075.49 145,697.11 291,833.77 7,636.50 284,197.27 75,017.12 75,017.12 993,876.84 7,876.84 780,399.84 594.14 779,805.70 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 3,093,459.74 1,992,282.91 594.14 16,976.74 24,008.82 1,021,339.13 38,258.00 640,430.48 495,109.44 145,321.04 1,624,810.41 21,331.51 8,617.58 18,513.10 1,548,090.22 785,280.29 6,073.58 779,206.71 724,287.68 6,852.98 717,434.70 1,656,393.44 6,563.02 4,565.18 27,005.66 1,590,001.58 28,258.00

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2 Phase 1 Phase 2

HIGHLAND PARK CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 HOLMES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HOLMES EL PBX - UPGRADE HUGHES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HUMPHREYS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 HUNTINGTON PARK HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT INDEPENDENCE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 IRVING MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 IVANHOE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 KENNEDY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 KING MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

6880 x 8189 x x x 4671 x * 4696 x x 8208 x x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 4767 x x 4863 x x 4877 x 4890 x 4918 x x 4986 x * 5137 x x 8750 x x x x

Name LANE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LIBERTY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LILLIAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LOCKWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LOMA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LOS FELIZ EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MARIANNA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MARSHALL HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MAYBERRY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 MERIDIAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MICHELTORENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MIDDLETON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 MILES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MILES EL PBX - UPGRADE MONTARA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 MONTE VISTA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MONTE VISTA ST. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MONTEREY CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MT WASHINGTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NIMITZ MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NUEVA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 OCHOA LEARNING CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 ODYSSEY CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE

Start Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 2/27/04 Wed 6/10/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 6/26/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 9/6/06 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 8/22/06 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Mon 1/31/05 Wed 6/1/05 Tue 9/26/06 Wed 3/4/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 5/9/08 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Tue 7/6/04 Tue 9/1/09 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Thu 7/14/05 Thu 7/14/05 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 9/16/08 Tue 9/16/08 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Fri 10/7/05 Wed 8/2/06 Tue 4/24/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05

Finish Fri 8/14/09 Fri 9/19/03 Tue 5/18/04 Fri 8/14/09 Thu 2/8/07 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 2/8/07 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 7/15/04 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 4/5/07 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 4/5/07 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 1/30/07 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 1/30/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/8/05 Tue 8/23/05 Tue 10/17/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/22/08 Wed 7/28/04 Tue 7/22/08 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 10/18/06 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 10/18/06 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 8/27/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 7/13/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/12/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 5/18/05 Wed 5/18/05 Fri 8/28/09 Thu 9/1/05 Fri 8/28/09 Tue 12/16/08 Tue 12/16/08 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/29/04 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 4/17/07 Mon 5/14/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 7/12/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/5/05

Board Member Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K K K E-K K Y K E-K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K K K E-K K E-K-I E-R-Y K K K E-Y K E-K-I R-Y E-R-Y K E-Y K K E-K K-R Y K Y K R-Y K

Estimated Project Budget 660,374.04 254.54 515,174.53 144,944.97 807,697.38 6,073.58 801,623.80 986,594.14 594.14 993,429.02 7,429.02 766,287.05 7,858.51 758,428.54 987,379.54 1,379.54 986,000.00 581,732.83 6,852.98 574,879.85 2,186,249.90 594.14 1,697,009.55 12,970.05 35,332.10 402,086.06 38,258.00 482,956.72 594.14 482,362.58 75,474.11 75,474.11 528,259.75 6,563.02 521,696.73 1,295,348.21 6,073.58 736,664.42 552,610.21 145,382.93 145,382.93 2,313,179.54 1,379.54 1,000,741.59 594.14 1,000,147.45 101,315.25 101,315.25 568,071.44 423,126.47 144,944.97 565,688.63 565,688.63 775,367.17 6,852.98 768,514.19 1,746,594.40 2,979.75 78,039.73 1,623,159.03 14,157.89 28,258.00 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00 586,418.36 594.14 585,824.22 292,139.46 778.42

5205 x 9534 x 5288 x x 5301 x x 9535 x 5315 x 6878 x * 9590 x 5384 x 8677 5411 x * 8268 x x x x 2378 x * 2372 x 8873 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code * 4642 x x 6005 1953 5385 6329 x 9553 x 6370 x * 6425 x * 4641 x 8702 6466 x x 6875 x x 6493 x * 6767 x x 8871 x x x * 8377 x x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PACIFIC BLVD SCHOOL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 PARK AVE. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PEREZ SP ED CTR. LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 RIORDAN PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 ROCKDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ROSEMONT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ROSEMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 ROWAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 SAN ANTONIO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SAN ANTONIO CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SAN GABRIEL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SAN MIGUEL EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SAN PASCUAL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 SIERRA VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SOUTH GATE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SOUTH GATE MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SOUTHEAST HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SOUTHEAST MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 STANFORD EL PBX - UPGRADE STANFORD PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 STATE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) STATE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 TOLAND WAY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TOLAND WAY EL

Start Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 9/8/06 Mon 11/23/09 Mon 11/23/09 Wed 7/9/08 Wed 7/9/08 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 3/28/07 Mon 7/11/05 Mon 7/11/05 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Thu 2/14/08 Tue 11/4/08 Tue 11/4/08 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/14/04 Wed 5/6/09 Wed 6/9/04 Wed 6/9/04 Wed 7/14/04 Fri 5/1/09 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 6/29/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 11/6/06 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 7/5/05 Thu 9/29/05 Tue 6/20/06 Sat 5/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 11/13/07 Tue 11/13/07 Fri 4/18/08 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/11/05 Mon 7/11/05 Tue 3/16/04

Finish Thu 6/30/11 Tue 5/1/07 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 5/1/07 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 1/28/09 Wed 1/28/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/1/07 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/1/07 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/08 Tue 7/13/04 Mon 6/30/08 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 8/17/04 Tue 9/1/09 Thu 7/30/09 Wed 8/11/04 Wed 7/14/04 Thu 7/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 10/5/06 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 10/5/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/28/05 Tue 4/10/07 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 9/27/05 Wed 11/16/05 Tue 7/18/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 5/6/08 Tue 2/19/08 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Wed 6/30/10

Board Member Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Funding Source E-Y K E-K E-R-Y E-R-Y R-Y K E-R-K K K Y K Y K E-R-K E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y E-K-I K R-Y K Y K E-K K K K-R R-Y R-Y Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K-R R-Y K R-Y K K Y K

Estimated Project Budget 291,361.04 442,923.22 594.14 442,329.08 1,271,472.74 1,271,472.74 916,854.06 916,854.06 588,579.37 588,579.37 448,136.53 6,073.58 442,062.95 73,362.51 73,362.51 1,163,429.02 7,429.02 1,156,000.00 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 791,858.97 594.14 791,264.83 254,196.21 254,196.21 820,870.53 6,073.58 669,475.91 145,321.04 908,926.43 761,849.78 1,379.54 145,697.11 739,601.11 14,601.11 725,000.00 290,966.49 7,429.02 283,537.47 2,403,051.18 594.14 52,826.33 32,548.16 2,161,906.92 116,917.63 38,258.00 2,755,622.92 13,777.15 1,427,659.33 7,910.14 21,741.92 1,256,276.38 28,258.00 9,677.59 9,677.59 438,635.17 438,635.17 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 216,301.23 216,301.23 75,530.36 75,530.36 1,163,904.38 7,904.38 1,156,000.00 70,868.21 70,868.21 1,010,712.25

8881 x 8153 6904 x 6905 9563 x 6918 x * 9567 x 7178

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 7260 x 7493 x 7507 x x 4640 x x 7904 x * 7959 x

Name PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) TWEEDY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) VERNON CITY EL PBX - UPGRADE VICTORIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) WALNUT PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) WOODLAWN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) YORKDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006)

Start Tue 3/16/04 Mon 11/16/09 Wed 7/14/04 Wed 7/14/04 Mon 3/2/09 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 8/21/06 Tue 7/13/04 Tue 7/13/04 Fri 8/25/06 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/12/04 Mon 4/12/04 Fri 4/4/08

Finish Tue 3/16/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/14/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 3/28/07 Tue 3/30/04 Wed 3/28/07 Wed 4/25/07 Tue 7/13/04 Wed 4/25/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/14/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/16/08 Mon 4/12/04 Wed 7/16/08

Board Member Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar Flores-Aguilar

Phase 1 & 2

Funding Source K E-R-Y K R-Y K K E-K K E-K K Y K E-R-K

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Estimated Project Budget 6,852.98 1,003,859.27 327,227.02 594.14 326,632.88 731,862.89 6,862.89 826,887.08 7,842.63 819,044.45 1,040,611.38 594.14 1,040,017.24 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00 481,712.51 6,855.40 474,857.11

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8726 x 8507 x x x 2110 x * 2117 x * 9332 x 2269 x * 2323 x x 2335 x 3577 2438 x * 8557 x x x 2470 x 2630 x x 2706 x * 9592 x 2753 x * 8571 x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Galatzan
ADDAMS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT AGGELER OPPORTUNITY HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ANATOLA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 ANDASOL EL ROUTERS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 AVIATION TRADES BRANCH SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) BALBOA G/HA MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 BASSETT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BECKFORD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT BELLINGHAM PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 BERTRAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 BIRMINGHAM HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BLYTHE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BURBANK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CALAHAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CANOGA PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CANOGA PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 CANOGA PARK HS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CANTARA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CAPISTRANO EL PBX - UPGRADE CARLSON HOSPITAL SCHOOL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CARPENTER EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE CASTLEBAY LN EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT CHANDLER EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2

Thu 5/1/03
Mon 6/14/04 Mon 6/14/04 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Mon 12/13/04 Thu 6/22/06 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Sun 9/7/03 Sun 9/7/03 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/2/05 Mon 8/3/09 Thu 5/1/03 Tue 9/21/04 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 12/8/04 Thu 7/20/06 Thu 12/13/07 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 3/6/08 Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 7/7/05 Mon 7/13/09 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 5/4/04 Tue 5/4/04 Wed 1/12/05 Wed 1/12/05 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Thu 7/27/06 Wed 10/21/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 1/10/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 3/24/05 Thu 3/24/05 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/5/04 Thu 4/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Wed 9/22/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/1/09

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/15/04 Wed 8/31/05 Mon 9/11/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 6/30/11 Sun 9/7/03 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 5/20/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/5/05 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 6/18/08 Thu 7/3/08 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 7/3/08 Wed 9/16/09 Wed 1/5/05 Thu 9/8/05 Wed 9/16/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 1/12/05 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/5/04 Tue 8/8/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/2/07 Tue 6/29/04 Fri 3/2/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/24/05 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/16/04 Thu 4/22/04 Mon 9/27/04 Mon 9/27/04 Wed 8/5/09 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 8/5/09 Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

97,858,204.44
29,207.46 29,207.46 937,760.33 24,900.56 751,089.57 133,512.20 28,258.00 836,588.74 6,073.58 830,515.16 760,544.77 16,577.41 743,967.36 56,451.28 56,451.28 733,239.93 3,367.04 729,872.89 734,363.66 6,073.58 582,592.97 145,697.11 1,018,476.52 32,476.52 216,301.23 216,301.23 833,005.17 6,855.77 826,149.40 1,952,413.37 3,638.67 5,675.52 33,088.90 1,871,752.28 563,226.06 6,296.33 556,929.73 637,940.69 12,869.14 480,126.58 144,944.97 731,852.98 6,852.98 725,000.00 86,740.60 86,740.60 1,162,296.33 6,296.33 1,156,000.00 2,798,116.43 43,816.19 31,293.83 2,684,748.41 38,258.00 569,222.71 6,855.77 562,366.94 6,852.98 6,852.98 28,320.78 28,320.78 14,172.14 8,098.56 6,073.58 43,657.79 43,657.79 807,728.71 31,921.81 775,806.90

K K K E-K Y K E-Y K E-Y K K E-Y K E-K-I R-Y K R-Y K E-Y K K K-R E-R-K K E-R-K K E-K-I R-Y K Y K K Y K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K K K K K K E-K R-Y

2767 x 2802 x 1944 x 2822 x x 2881 x 2959 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 3027 x x * 8583 x x x

Name CHATSWORTH EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CHATSWORTH HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CLEVELAND HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT COHASSET EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 COLDWATER CYN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 COLFAX EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 COLUMBUS MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT DANUBE EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 DARBY EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DEARBORN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 DIXIE CANYON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 DOUGLAS CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE EARHART CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EAST VALLEY HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION EINSTEIN CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EL CAMINO REAL HS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EL ORO EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 ELAM EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ERWIN EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 FROST MS TOKEN RING

Start Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 6/7/06 Wed 10/14/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 12/20/04 Tue 7/25/06 Mon 6/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 6/9/05 Mon 8/3/09 Thu 1/6/05 Thu 1/6/05 Tue 9/12/06 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Fri 3/6/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 8/28/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 2/25/05 Fri 2/25/05 Tue 8/28/07 Wed 9/29/04 Wed 9/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/17/05 Mon 1/17/05 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 5/5/05 Thu 5/5/05 Wed 2/16/05 Wed 2/16/05 Mon 8/10/09 Tue 11/13/07 Tue 11/13/07 Mon 5/2/05 Mon 5/2/05 Sat 10/25/08 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 8/24/06 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/25/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 8/3/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04

Finish Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/26/03 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 11/9/04 Fri 6/23/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 4/1/05 Thu 8/10/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 8/10/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 2/21/07 Thu 1/6/05 Wed 2/21/07 Fri 6/5/09 Mon 4/26/04 Fri 6/5/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/30/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/29/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/14/07 Fri 2/25/05 Fri 12/14/07 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 9/29/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 1/17/05 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 5/5/05 Thu 5/5/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/23/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 2/15/08 Tue 1/20/09 Mon 5/2/05 Tue 1/20/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/26/04 Fri 9/15/06 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 10/28/04 Thu 10/28/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/19/04

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source K K Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y E-K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K R-Y K K K-R R-Y Y K E-R-K K E-Y K Y K E-Y K K E-R-Y K-R K E-R-Y K K-R E-Y Y K E-Y K E-K E-K-I R-Y K

8590 x x x

3137 x x 3151 x x 3164 x 8102 x x x

3335 x 3340 x * 3377 x * 3438 x * 8682 x 8788 x 8607 x 8770 x 8617 x x * 3545 x * 9879 x 3630 x x 8137 x

Estimated Project Budget 748,430.19 16,577.21 6,852.98 725,000.00 2,627,612.01 2,200.35 34,267.94 30,812.01 2,522,073.71 38,258.00 2,237,646.67 1,379.54 1,760,742.79 35,180.28 402,086.06 38,258.00 853,114.77 31,921.81 675,871.92 145,321.04 805,715.21 6,296.33 799,418.88 792,661.34 6,852.98 785,808.36 1,300,390.13 24,086.29 1,379.54 14,889.64 1,231,776.66 28,258.00 423,659.08 13,750.77 409,908.31 774,312.59 30,345.23 743,967.36 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 878,749.19 6,296.33 872,452.86 3,960.39 3,960.39 257,075.97 26,493.73 230,582.24 9,972.73 9,972.73 381,245.88 7,285.61 373,960.27 1,761,480.36 19,891.80 34,617.98 1,668,712.58 38,258.00 852,680.67 30,307.84 822,372.83 90,535.66 90,535.66 985,049.39 33,046.01 806,306.27 145,697.11 1,524,542.75 16,876.15

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GARDEN GROVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 GAULT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 GERMAIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 GLEDHILL EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GLEDHILL ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GRANADA EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT GRANADA HILLS HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION GRANT HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GREY CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT HALE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 HAMLIN EL PBX - UPGRADE HART ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE HASKELL EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 HAYNES EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 HENRY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HIGH TECH HS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) HOLMES MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT INDEPENDENCE CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 JUSTICE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 KENNEDY HS

Start Wed 6/30/04 Mon 9/11/06 Tue 2/17/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 5/4/04 Tue 5/4/04 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 8/3/09 Thu 1/27/05 Thu 1/27/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 8/21/07 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 12/1/04 Thu 1/20/05 Thu 8/24/06 Wed 7/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 8/6/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 3/22/05 Wed 6/14/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 1/13/05 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/7/07 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 9/18/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 9/21/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/30/04 Mon 8/30/04 Thu 12/13/07 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04

Finish Wed 6/30/04 Mon 8/13/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/24/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 1/27/05 Thu 1/27/05 Tue 8/21/07 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 11/9/04 Tue 8/21/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 7/1/05 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 9/12/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 8/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 11/18/05 Wed 7/12/06 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 1/13/05 Wed 1/30/08 Thu 9/30/04 Wed 1/30/08 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 9/27/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/29/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/1/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/14/05 Wed 7/21/04 Tue 10/31/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/3/08 Thu 9/2/04 Tue 6/3/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-Y K E-Y K Y K K E-K-I R-Y K K K K-R K K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y K K K K-R Y Y K K K E-R-K K E-Y K K K-R Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K K Y

4055 x * 4110 x * 4117 x * 9578 x 4130 x x 4233 x 8681 x x x 8683 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 6,857.75 11,725.87 1,460,824.98 28,258.00 822,229.40 594.14 821,635.26 832,222.98 6,073.58 826,149.40 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 1,156,000.00 66,729.36 66,729.36 770,295.36 1,845.20 623,129.12 145,321.04 10,305.75 10,305.75 50,727.90 594.14 39,532.31 10,601.45 2,179,151.89 15,879.41 10,826.47 1,681,494.44 30,607.51 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,947.03 1,947.03 2,421,735.41 6,073.58 58,997.56 16,606.27 28,258.00 2,311,800.00 6,073.58 6,073.58 1,163,078.48 7,078.48 464,972.19 26,565.59 438,406.60 755,194.16 25,321.27 729,872.89 52,374.80 10,828.36 594.14 12,694.30 28,258.00 38,277.82 38,277.82 1,395,326.24 25,031.10 8,617.74 18,453.17 1,314,966.23 28,258.00 138,995.68 23,661.31 115,334.37 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 2,199,044.26

8816 x 8169 x x x * 4349 x 4445 x 4452 x 4473 x * 8174 x x x 8885 x 8182 x x x

8559 x 4692 x * 8725

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT KESTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 KITTRIDGE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 KNOLLWOOD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LANKERSHIM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LAWRENCE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LEICHMAN SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LEMAY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LEMAY EL PBX - UPGRADE LEONIS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LIMERICK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 LOCKHURST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 LOKRANTZ SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LONDON CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LORNE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 LULL SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 MADISON MS PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MAYALL EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT MELVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE MILLER HS PBX - UPGRADE MILLIKAN MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

Start Tue 3/16/04 Mon 11/29/04 Tue 9/26/06 Fri 7/10/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 11/12/04 Fri 10/10/08 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Mon 10/23/06 Thu 9/23/04 Thu 9/23/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 5/9/06 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 9/28/06 Tue 4/21/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 2/1/07 Mon 8/15/05 Mon 8/15/05 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Tue 4/26/05 Tue 4/26/05 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 8/6/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 2/7/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 8/21/08 Fri 5/15/09 Fri 5/15/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 12/15/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 6/9/05 Fri 7/1/05 Tue 11/7/06 Mon 3/9/09 Mon 3/9/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 2/3/05 Thu 5/1/03 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 12/7/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10

Finish Tue 3/16/04 Thu 3/3/05 Tue 8/14/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 1/11/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 4/16/07 Wed 3/31/04 Mon 4/16/07 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/15/06 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 9/15/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/3/04 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 11/14/06 Fri 9/4/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/28/07 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 3/28/07 Fri 10/7/05 Fri 10/7/05 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/26/05 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/4/07 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 4/4/07 Thu 9/25/08 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 9/25/08 Thu 8/13/09 Thu 8/13/09 Fri 2/16/07 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 2/16/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Sat 9/24/05 Fri 9/30/05 Thu 12/14/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/3/05 Thu 2/3/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 3/19/04 Mon 1/8/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K-I E-R-Y E-K E-K K K E-K K K K-R R-Y Y K E-R-K K K K E-Y K Y K Y K E-R-K K E-R-Y R-Y K E-R-K E-K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y K K K K K K-R E-R-Y Y

4726 x x 4760 x x 4762 x 4781 x x 8217 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 594.14 1,708,312.47 49,793.59 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,082,239.36 6,073.58 895,175.21 180,990.57 656,517.80 42,680.09 613,837.71 33,107.20 33,107.20 480,301.57 6,852.98 473,448.59 1,557,421.38 23,719.50 594.14 20,842.68 1,484,007.06 28,258.00 507,664.07 594.14 507,069.93 71,042.34 71,042.34 6,296.33 6,296.33 397,954.20 48,658.24 349,295.96 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 992,863.69 6,863.69 986,000.00 598,579.37 594.14 597,985.23 353,361.50 7,744.34 345,617.16 783,621.61 783,621.61 454,317.09 1,379.54 452,937.55 3,467,570.50 44,209.58 2,069,978.26 7,984.24 20,757.26 1,161,317.41 135,065.75 28,258.00 38,970.78 15,344.59 40,554.31 6,852.98 594.14 594.14 1,529,064.47 43,392.12 6,073.58 21,914.61 1,429,426.16 28,258.00

1908 x 9530 x 4849 x 8620 x * 4881 x * 4887 x * 1947 x 8685 x 4973 1959 x 8230 x x x x

5198 x 5233 x 1910 x 8238 x x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 5342 x x 8768 x x x 8259 x x x

Name MONLUX EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MONROE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MULHOLLAND MS TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NAPA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 NEVADA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 NEWCASTLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 NOBLE MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 NORTH HOLLYWOOD CAS SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) NORTH HOLLYWOOD HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 NORTHRIDGE ACAD HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 NORTHRIDGE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT OWENSMOUTH CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PARTHENIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 POMELO EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE PORTER MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 REED MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RESEDA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 RESEDA HS PBX - UPGRADE

Start Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 4/26/05 Fri 5/15/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 8/19/04 Wed 10/11/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 7/17/03 Fri 4/22/05 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 3/16/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 1/5/05 Wed 1/5/05 Tue 10/3/06 Fri 1/21/05 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 10/18/06 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 6/1/04 Tue 6/1/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 10/25/05 Tue 4/10/07 Mon 11/2/09 Tue 10/30/07 Tue 5/5/09 Thu 5/13/04 Thu 5/13/04 Wed 6/30/04 Mon 10/23/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 8/16/04 Mon 11/9/09 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 1/24/08 Mon 12/29/03 Mon 12/29/03 Thu 4/15/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 5/13/04 Fri 2/16/07 Wed 9/26/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 5/11/05 Mon 2/12/07 Wed 12/10/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04

Finish Fri 8/21/09 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 7/19/05 Fri 8/21/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/6/05 Wed 6/27/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 8/28/03 Fri 7/22/05 Tue 2/27/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/13/07 Wed 1/5/05 Tue 3/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 6/14/05 Tue 1/30/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 12/8/05 Thu 7/12/07 Thu 9/30/10 Wed 9/2/09 Wed 9/2/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/28/05 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 2/1/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 8/20/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 4/11/08 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 4/11/08 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 1/9/04 Thu 4/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/2/04 Tue 3/13/07 Fri 3/28/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/23/05 Thu 10/20/05 Tue 3/6/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source E-K E-K-I R-Y K K K-R Y K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y K E-Y K Y K E-K K K-R Y Y K K K K-R E-R-Y R-Y K K K-R R-Y Y K E-R-Y K E-R-K K K K K K-R E-R-K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-Y K

Estimated Project Budget 923,206.56 31,921.81 745,963.71 145,321.04 107,160.34 1,379.54 45,161.70 22,361.10 38,258.00 2,172,023.28 17,213.75 1,393,565.89 21,901.20 711,084.44 28,258.00 877,460.90 6,855.77 870,605.13 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 722,622.38 10,773.44 711,848.94 2,132,514.73 4,703.42 19,553.31 28,258.00 2,080,000.00 74,383.76 74,383.76 2,250,639.09 594.14 30,120.33 19,229.87 2,162,436.75 697,831.73 697,831.73 1,505,181.54 46,563.14 6,073.58 19,467.44 1,404,819.38 28,258.00 287,015.87 36,485.01 250,530.86 430,285.89 594.14 429,691.75 23,263.45 17,189.87 6,073.58 1,237,422.28 1,379.54 16,302.17 28,545.17 1,162,937.40 1,504,188.88 17,353.84 1,118,112.13 10,466.25 23,011.94 306,986.72 28,258.00 831,894.70 1,379.54 830,515.16 2,398,081.47 594.14

5446 x * 5459 x * 5479 x x 8272 x x * 9327 x 8786 x x x 8513 8283 x x x

8573 x 6027 x 6140 x x 8354 x x x 8355 x x x x

6233 x * 8814 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT RINALDI ADULT CTR, BRANCH OF KENNEDY-SAN FERN AD SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) RIO VISTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 RIVERSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SHERMAN OAKS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SHIRLEY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 SOCES MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT STAGG EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 STONEY POINT CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SUNNY BRAE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SUPERIOR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 TOLUCA LAKE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TOLUCA LAKE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 TOPEKA DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 TULSA EL PBX - UPGRADE VALLEY ALTERNATIVE MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VAN GOGH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 2 VAN NUYS MS PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VANALDEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VANALDEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VINTAGE ST. MATH/SCI MAGNET TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1

Start Wed 10/20/04 Tue 6/7/05 Tue 11/21/06 Fri 5/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/6/04 Mon 12/6/04 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/28/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 6/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 6/8/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 10/13/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 4/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 3/15/05 Thu 1/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 5/5/05 Mon 10/3/05 Tue 3/27/07 Mon 3/16/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 10/6/04 Wed 10/6/04 Tue 10/12/04

Finish Wed 3/23/05 Thu 11/3/05 Tue 3/27/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/30/06 Thu 4/22/04 Wed 8/30/06 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/7/04 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 6/8/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 5/3/05 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 4/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 5/31/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/30/04 Mon 9/12/05 Thu 11/24/05 Thu 5/10/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/05 Thu 6/30/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 10/6/04 Wed 12/1/04

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K K E-Y Y K E-Y K E-Y K K K-R Y K E-Y K E-R-Y K Y K E-Y K K E-Y K Y K K K E-R-Y Y K E-Y E-K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K Y K E-K-I

9365 x 6288 x x 6315 x * 6699 x * 6712 x * 8842 x x x 6890 x * 8585 x 6986 x * 7007 x * 9568 x 7192 x * 7201 x * 7247 x 7390 x x

Estimated Project Budget 1,899,286.63 12,958.53 44,898.11 402,086.06 38,258.00 648,594.24 648,594.24 384,422.44 6,852.98 377,569.46 948,445.55 6,852.98 941,592.57 28,258.00 952,802.80 6,852.98 945,949.82 938,415.10 6,855.77 931,559.33 76,193.71 32,395.31 594.14 14,946.26 28,258.00 836,588.74 6,073.58 830,515.16 310,146.00 4,227.42 305,918.58 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 863,725.32 6,852.98 838,412.34 150,002.17 150,002.17 910,320.83 6,852.98 903,467.85 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,379.54 1,379.54 783,121.51 6,073.58 2,431.97 746,357.96 28,258.00 788,497.93 594.14 787,903.79 2,751,721.95 45,153.65 1,549,190.40 5,289.21 23,651.56 1,100,179.13 28,258.00 98,212.93 98,212.93 992,856.07 6,856.07 986,000.00 733,548.16 29,855.28 522,700.87

7422 x * 8434 x x x x

9542 x 7411 x * 7562 x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7637 x 1958 x 7836 x * 8591 x 7877 x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 WELBY EL PBX - UPGRADE WEST VALLEY SP ED PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WINNETKA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 WOODEN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 WOODLAKE EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Thu 12/18/08 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 4/21/04 Wed 4/21/04 Fri 12/15/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Wed 9/24/08 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04

Finish Wed 9/30/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 2/26/07 Wed 4/21/04 Mon 2/26/07 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 12/16/08 Fri 1/14/05 Tue 12/16/08 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04

Board Member Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan Galatzan

Funding Source E-R-Y K K E-R-K K E-Y K E-R-Y K

Estimated Project Budget 180,992.01 6,073.58 6,073.58 601,025.60 6,073.58 594,952.02 869,038.86 6,852.98 862,185.88 578,893.38 31,174.29 547,719.09 6,073.58 6,073.58

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Garcia
1ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 2ND ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) 9TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 10TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) 20TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) 28TH ST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) 28TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC)

Thu 5/1/03
Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 10/5/06 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Tue 11/20/07 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 7/23/04 Thu 11/2/06 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 3/30/07 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 8/3/07 Mon 4/4/05 Mon 4/4/05 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 4/25/07 Thu 2/7/08 Mon 4/18/05 Mon 4/18/05 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 8/4/06 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 6/6/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 5/20/05 Fri 7/10/09 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Wed 6/28/06 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 11/25/09 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 1/24/07 Fri 4/22/05 Fri 4/22/05 Mon 9/26/05 Fri 7/6/07 Mon 6/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 3/22/05 Mon 5/21/07 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 1/14/05 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 5/14/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/11/04

Mon 9/30/13
Thu 3/29/07 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 3/29/07 Wed 3/12/08 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/12/08 Wed 12/13/06 Fri 7/23/04 Wed 12/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 6/12/07 Wed 1/28/04 Tue 6/12/07 Thu 1/31/08 Wed 1/28/04 Thu 1/31/08 Wed 12/21/05 Wed 12/21/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/22/05 Thu 6/21/07 Mon 6/30/08 Thu 5/26/05 Thu 5/26/05 Fri 10/27/06 Thu 3/4/04 Fri 10/27/06 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 9/11/09 Fri 12/19/03 Thu 7/7/05 Fri 9/11/09 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 10/16/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/8/07 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/8/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/9/05 Tue 11/8/05 Thu 8/30/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 10/11/05 Mon 6/18/07 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/14/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/23/04 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 6/13/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

73,703,284.40
737,682.13 7,429.02 730,253.11 465,542.74 6,563.02 458,979.72 336,460.45 1,379.54 335,080.91 887,869.49 7,429.02 880,440.47 595,996.94 5,620.05 590,376.89 851,943.99 6,403.33 845,540.66 76,114.32 76,114.32 1,118,385.42 844.80 12,685.01 1,076,597.61 78,362.40 78,362.40 457,726.36 7,429.02 450,297.34 73,805.69 73,805.69 867,143.40 5,624.05 715,822.24 145,697.11 420,963.82 8,023.16 412,940.66 1,046,257.15 6,852.98 1,039,404.17 433,204.21 14,251.61 6,852.98 412,099.62 2,089,048.11 1,628,041.95 3,808.99 16,853.11 402,086.06 38,258.00 6,819.99 6,819.99 1,994,040.10 788.68 56,037.42 22,910.56 1,886,045.44 28,258.00 341,218.78 31,018.78 310,200.00 1,544,090.69 18,099.12 594.14 24,205.84 1,472,933.59 28,258.00 993,429.02

Phase 1 & 2

K E-K K E-R-K K E-K K E-R-Y K E-R-K K E-R-K K K K-R E-R-K K K E-K K K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K E-R-Y K K E-R-K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K Y K K K-R R-Y Y

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

ADAMS MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ALBION EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ALBION EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ALEXANDRIA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ALEXANDRIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) ANN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) ARAGON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) ARROYO SECO MUSM SCI TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006)

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

BELMONT HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BELMONT NEWCOMER CTR. TOKEN RING BERENDO MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BOYLE HEIGHTS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 BRAVO MEDICAL MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BREED EL

8599 x 8057 x x x

8831 x * 8754 x x x

2493

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 9507 x 2521 x x 2699 x 9510 x 2863 x 8580 x 3192 x 8517 x 9496 x 9512 x 3315 x 8738 x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE BRIDGE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BRIDGE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CAHUENGA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CASTELAR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CASTELAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CENTRAL CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 COMMONWEALTH EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CONTRERAS LC TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION CRUZ EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DACOTAH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS MAG TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EAST LOS ANGELES OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) EAST LOS ANGELES SKILLS CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) EL SERENO MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ELYSIAN HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 ESPERANZA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EUCLID EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EVERGREEN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) EVERGREEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 FARMDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 FRIEDMAN OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) GATES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GATES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GLEN ALTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GRATTS EL

Start Thu 3/11/04 Mon 6/21/04 Mon 6/21/04 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03 Thu 8/12/04 Wed 5/20/09 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 10/30/08 Mon 5/10/04 Mon 5/10/04 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Thu 10/2/08 Tue 5/29/07 Tue 5/29/07 Thu 9/7/06 Thu 9/7/06 Mon 2/12/07 Mon 2/12/07 Thu 8/26/04 Thu 8/26/04 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 7/5/05 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 11/15/07 Wed 12/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 12/13/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 10/25/04 Mon 11/15/04 Mon 11/15/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 4/19/07 Thu 9/18/08 Wed 3/3/04 Wed 3/3/04 Fri 4/7/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 10/13/06 Fri 10/13/06 Mon 4/18/05 Mon 4/18/05 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 9/14/06 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 10/16/06 Mon 9/13/04 Mon 9/13/04 Mon 4/25/05 Mon 4/25/05 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 10/5/06 Thu 2/26/04

Finish Thu 3/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/29/09 Tue 9/16/03 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/29/09 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 1/8/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 7/30/04 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 12/17/08 Wed 6/27/07 Wed 6/27/07 Thu 11/16/06 Thu 11/16/06 Wed 9/26/07 Thu 5/10/07 Wed 11/24/04 Wed 11/24/04 Wed 9/14/05 Wed 9/14/05 Fri 3/14/08 Tue 3/2/04 Fri 3/14/08 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 1/17/05 Tue 2/8/05 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/12/04 Wed 4/14/04 Thu 5/17/07 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 6/26/06 Wed 3/3/04 Mon 6/26/06 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 5/21/07 Mon 5/21/07 Fri 5/6/05 Fri 5/6/05 Tue 11/14/06 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 11/14/06 Thu 12/7/06 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 12/7/06 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 6/9/05 Thu 6/9/05 Wed 10/25/06 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 10/25/06 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 11/30/06 Fri 6/29/12

Board Member Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

Funding Source K K K E-K-I R-Y K E-R-Y K K E-R-K E-K E-K K-R K K K E-R-K K E-K-I K E-R-Y Y K K K K K-R E-R-Y K E-K K E-R-Y E-K K K E-K K E-K K K K E-K K E-K

Estimated Project Budget 7,429.02 142,285.77 142,285.77 615,242.19 254.54 470,042.68 144,944.97 884,521.57 6,604.98 877,916.59 136,959.62 136,959.62 535,690.98 7,429.02 528,261.96 158,890.71 158,890.71 530,672.78 530,672.78 12,365.31 12,365.31 76,891.27 76,891.27 74,541.76 74,541.76 508,671.74 7,429.02 501,242.72 1,168,755.90 10,843.94 707,576.54 9,991.36 402,086.06 38,258.00 2,387,756.29 2,387,756.29 1,899,396.16 1,899,396.16 1,785,261.46 32,798.41 6,220.44 12,418.53 1,705,566.08 432,724.54 6,563.02 426,161.52 782,144.46 594.14 781,550.32 904,327.56 904,327.56 99,579.64 99,579.64 598,535.91 8,345.90 590,190.01 549,240.19 7,429.02 541,811.17 1,757,897.43 1,757,897.43 80,265.44 80,265.44 546,005.76 7,429.02 538,576.74 344,589.20 7,429.02 337,160.18 992,563.02

9080 x 1683 x 8118 x x x 3575 x x 2383 x 3671 x 9586 x 3699 x x 3740 x x 9058 x 9589 x 4096 x x 4137 x x 2385

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x * 4301 x * 4534 x x 4548 x x 9583 x 8179 x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) GRIFFIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) HILLSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) HOBART BLVD. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007)

Start Thu 2/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Thu 8/5/04 Fri 10/30/09 Mon 5/9/05 Mon 5/9/05 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 10/20/05 Wed 10/4/06 Wed 5/6/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 12/18/03 Thu 12/18/03 Wed 10/18/06 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 10/3/05 Mon 10/3/05 Fri 2/11/05 Fri 2/11/05 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 10/10/06 Fri 3/5/04 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 6/7/06 Thu 2/19/04 Thu 2/19/04 Thu 3/24/05 Wed 10/11/06 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 3/2/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 8/5/05 Wed 5/20/09 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 9/19/05 Mon 9/19/05 Fri 4/29/05 Fri 4/29/05 Tue 12/22/09 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Tue 8/29/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Tue 9/19/06 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09

Finish Thu 2/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 10/9/06 Fri 3/5/04 Mon 10/9/06 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 9/27/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/22/05 Wed 6/22/05 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 12/5/05 Tue 10/24/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/13/06 Thu 12/18/03 Wed 12/13/06 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 2/11/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/9/07 Tue 2/17/04 Fri 3/9/07 Wed 9/27/06 Fri 3/5/04 Wed 9/27/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/19/04 Wed 10/19/05 Fri 10/20/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Tue 3/2/04 Tue 8/18/09 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 9/28/05 Tue 8/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 4/29/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 11/9/06 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 11/30/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10

Board Member Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

Phase 1 & 2

Funding Source K Y K E-Y K E-K K E-K-I E-R-Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K K E-Y K K E-R-Y K E-K K E-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K Y K K E-K-I R-Y K Y K K E-R-Y K E-K K E-K R-Y

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

Estimated Project Budget 6,563.02 986,000.00 886,553.06 5,624.05 880,929.01 440,248.83 9,670.06 430,578.77 1,144,754.03 8,656.94 708,054.27 428,042.82 72,297.21 72,297.21 2,147,697.41 3,879.75 27,487.92 22,807.92 2,065,263.82 28,258.00 698,014.71 5,614.05 692,400.66 949,828.15 7,429.02 942,399.13 35,647.98 35,647.98 734,726.23 34,793.90 699,932.33 731,814.03 594.14 731,219.89 365,259.94 7,429.02 357,830.92 2,110,011.71 594.14 22,118.38 34,735.70 2,014,305.49 38,258.00 112,579.60 112,579.60 1,670,929.02 7,429.02 1,663,500.00 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 594,762.56 6,852.98 442,964.61 144,944.97 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 79,672.54 79,672.54 481,547.74 7,016.36 474,531.38 654,208.38 6,403.33 647,805.05 605,672.01 6,073.58 599,598.43 216,301.23 216,301.23

4589 x x 4630 x * 9921 x 2543 x 1919 x x 4795 x x 8729 x x x

HOBART EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HOLLENBECK MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HOOVER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HUNTINGTON DR. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 JARDIN DE NINOS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LAFAYETTE PARK PRIMARY CENTER TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LANTERMAN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LATONA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LINCOLN HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOGAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LOGAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 LORENA EL PBX - UPGRADE LORETO ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LOS ANGELES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 LOS ANGELITOS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MACARTHUR PARK PRIMARY CENTER TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MAGNOLIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MALABAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MAPLE PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2

9532 x 4904 x * 4945 x 4959 x x 4982 x * 9880 x 2544 x 5055 x x 5082 x x 7220

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 1918 x x x 8757 x x 5425 x * 9537 x 5438 x * 5466 x x 8545 x x 8264 x x x

Name MC ALISTER CONT. HS ROUTERS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT METROPOLITAN CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MULTNOMAH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MURCHISON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MURCHISON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 NEVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 NEWMARK CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 NIGHTINGALE MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NORWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 PLASENCIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 POLITI EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 PUEBLO DE LOS ANGELES CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 RAMONA HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT ROOSEVELT HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SALVIN SPECIAL EDUCATION PBX - UPGRADE SAN PEDRO EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SANTA MONICA COMM CH PBX - UPGRADE SHERIDAN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SIERRA PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SOLANO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SOTO EEC

Start Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 9/13/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 6/13/06 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 5/24/04 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 5/22/09 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/24/05 Tue 1/2/07 Wed 11/19/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 7/12/04 Mon 7/12/04 Fri 9/19/03 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 8/23/04 Fri 4/3/09 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 8/3/05 Mon 6/22/09 Fri 1/30/04 Fri 1/30/04 Thu 7/1/10 Sat 5/30/09 Sat 5/30/09 Thu 5/1/03 Mon 1/3/05 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Fri 1/7/05 Fri 6/17/05 Fri 6/29/07 Fri 3/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Wed 8/22/07 Wed 8/22/07 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 8/31/06 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/24/04 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 6/21/06 Mon 9/19/05

Finish Mon 9/13/04 Fri 2/6/04 Fri 7/9/04 Mon 9/13/04 Mon 1/29/07 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 1/29/07 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/8/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/12/04 Tue 10/12/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 8/20/09 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 10/11/04 Thu 8/20/09 Fri 9/22/06 Mon 3/21/05 Fri 9/22/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 10/6/05 Tue 1/16/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Thu 7/2/09 Fri 9/19/03 Mon 10/4/04 Thu 7/2/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 8/24/09 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 9/28/05 Mon 8/24/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 1/30/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 1/7/05 Fri 1/7/05 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 6/16/05 Wed 10/12/05 Thu 7/19/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Fri 12/7/07 Fri 12/7/07 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 11/9/06 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 11/9/06 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 3/9/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 10/4/06 Tue 2/24/04 Wed 10/4/06 Wed 1/11/06

Board Member Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

Funding Source K K K K E-K K Y K K Y K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K-I R-Y R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K Y E-R-Y K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K K K E-K K E-R-Y K E-K

Estimated Project Budget 42,481.75 16,577.41 7,070.79 18,833.55 488,264.80 1,393.40 486,871.40 993,429.02 7,429.02 986,000.00 166,954.82 166,954.82 1,163,509.02 7,509.02 1,156,000.00 663,468.18 254.54 517,892.60 145,321.04 216,403.37 7,247.82 209,155.55 1,581,553.71 7,388.94 25,190.88 21,006.78 1,499,709.11 28,258.00 142,092.62 142,092.62 792,877.42 254.54 647,301.84 145,321.04 268,354.53 268,354.53 801,712.88 6,563.02 649,452.75 145,697.11 1,163,628.95 7,628.95 1,156,000.00 225,989.46 225,989.46 48,103.84 24,051.92 2,705,070.01 15,693.41 2,186,129.53 24,276.26 38,626.75 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,379.54 1,379.54 502,245.67 502,245.67 6,852.98 6,852.98 794,955.86 6,563.02 788,392.84 791,177.04 7,429.02 783,748.02 261,722.90 7,143.93 254,578.97 127,735.01

9544 x 5699 x x 8853 3247 x x 2384 x * 8731 8807 x 8829 x x x x

1955 x 6507 6548 x 6685 x x 6753 x 6836 x x 9562

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 6849 x x 8387 x x x x

Name SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SOTO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 STEVENSON MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SUNRISE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 TRINITY EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TRINITY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 UNION AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 UTAH EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 VIRGIL MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WHITE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 WHITE HOUSE PRIMARY CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WILSON HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WILTON PLACE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WILTON PLACE EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Mon 9/19/05 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 6/22/06 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 4/22/04 Fri 4/1/05 Mon 4/9/07 Mon 11/10/08 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 8/19/04 Fri 5/29/09 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Fri 9/21/07 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 2/18/05 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 3/9/04 Tue 3/9/04 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 2/14/05 Wed 6/1/05 Wed 1/31/07 Mon 1/26/09 Mon 1/26/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Thu 6/12/08 Fri 2/20/04 Fri 2/20/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 7/31/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/21/04 Tue 9/21/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04

Finish Wed 1/11/06 Thu 11/16/06 Thu 3/4/04 Thu 11/16/06 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/22/03 Thu 9/9/04 Tue 5/31/05 Mon 5/7/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 9/22/03 Fri 9/3/04 Fri 8/28/09 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 2/15/08 Mon 2/23/04 Fri 2/15/08 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 5/25/05 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/9/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 1/7/04 Mon 6/13/05 Tue 8/23/05 Thu 2/22/07 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 7/25/08 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/25/08 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 2/20/04 Mon 5/2/05 Tue 8/7/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/15/04 Fri 10/15/04 Wed 1/7/04 Wed 1/7/04

Board Member Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia

Funding Source K K E-K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-K-I R-Y K K E-R-K K E-K-I E-R-Y K Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y R-Y K E-R-K K K K-R R-Y Y K K

6988 x x 9569 x 7219 x 7356 x x 7370 x * 8462 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 127,735.01 488,675.91 6,563.02 482,112.89 2,051,790.58 254.54 1,323,285.80 12,045.79 17,418.36 670,528.09 28,258.00 723,999.17 254.54 578,799.66 144,944.97 100,123.06 100,123.06 602,676.30 7,429.02 595,247.28 1,386,807.15 6,855.40 723,229.57 656,722.18 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 1,156,000.00 1,984,631.67 9,460.85 1,052,972.48 22,115.13 17,461.24 723,942.32 130,421.65 28,258.00 276,889.77 276,889.77 283,709.92 594.14 283,115.78 2,288,678.31 594.14 32,769.48 28,601.68 2,188,455.01 38,258.00 145,173.71 145,173.71 6,604.98 6,604.98

2542 7766 x 8618 x x x

9577 x 7808 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Korenstein
APPERSON EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 ARLETA HS TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION ARMINTA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) ARMINTA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BEACHY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BRAINARD EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BROADOUS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) BROADOUS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 BURTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 BYRD MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CAMELLIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CANTERBURY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) CHASE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) COLUMBUS AVE EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) COUGHLIN PC LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2

Fri 9/5/03
Fri 9/10/04 Fri 9/10/04 Thu 1/15/09 Mon 6/4/07 Mon 6/4/07 Tue 5/11/04 Tue 5/11/04 Tue 1/4/05 Tue 1/4/05 Wed 3/19/08 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 7/20/09 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Mon 1/14/08 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Fri 2/17/06 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Tue 4/5/05 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 12/18/06 Wed 4/11/07 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/28/06 Tue 3/21/06 Tue 3/21/06 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 1/17/07 Wed 1/17/07 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/7/06 Tue 2/7/06 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 2/3/06 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 8/31/09 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 3/3/05 Mon 8/31/09 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04 Thu 7/14/05 Fri 7/17/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 10/3/05 Wed 12/20/06 Wed 3/11/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04

Mon 9/30/13
Wed 9/30/09 Fri 9/10/04 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 9/4/07 Mon 10/4/04 Mon 10/4/04 Fri 1/9/09 Tue 1/4/05 Fri 1/9/09 Wed 9/23/09 Mon 7/18/05 Wed 9/23/09 Thu 4/3/08 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 4/3/08 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Tue 5/16/06 Fri 4/29/05 Tue 5/16/06 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 4/19/04 Fri 6/10/05 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 12/2/05 Thu 5/3/07 Tue 6/26/07 Wed 9/13/06 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 9/13/06 Tue 6/20/06 Tue 6/20/06 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/8/08 Tue 4/8/08 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 6/7/06 Wed 6/7/06 Thu 4/27/06 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 4/27/06 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 2/14/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 1/13/05 Thu 6/2/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 9/18/09 Fri 4/16/04 Tue 9/13/05 Fri 9/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 9/30/05 Wed 11/9/05 Tue 8/21/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 4/16/04 Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

66,884,938.89
779,301.99 22,323.10 756,978.89 9,974.61 9,974.61 65,713.52 65,713.52 583,746.87 6,296.33 577,450.54 772,697.33 627,376.29 145,321.04 472,135.71 8,760.75 463,374.96 73,252.47 73,252.47 551,922.41 345.83 551,576.58 660,006.32 11,089.15 503,972.20 144,944.97 1,063,013.41 594.14 7,354.32 24,539.49 1,030,525.46 579,615.35 6,852.98 572,762.37 722,142.25 722,142.25 965,476.75 594.14 964,882.61 324,552.10 324,552.10 784,295.07 784,295.07 684,221.35 684,221.35 478,091.50 594.14 477,497.36 235,628.98 26,687.21 208,941.77 67,608.02 67,608.02 1,237,080.98 6,296.33 826,925.74 403,858.91 948,125.64 6,073.58 796,731.02 145,321.04 3,224,928.78 6,073.58 1,856,257.20 6,711.02 14,733.73 1,312,895.25 28,258.00 891,918.12 6,073.58

K E-R-Y K-R K K E-R-K E-K-I R-Y K E-R-K K K E-K K E-K-I R-Y K K K-R E-R-K K E-K E-K K E-Y E-R-K E-Y E-K K E-K K E-R-Y K K E-K-I E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K

Phase 1 & 2 Phase 1 & 2 Phase 1 & 2

DYER EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EL DORADO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 EVERGREEN CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 FAIR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) FAIR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 FERNANGELES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 FULTON COLLEGE PREP PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GLENWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE

4192 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 9594 x 9520 x 4295 x 9588 x 4329 x x 4431 x 4493 x x 4515 x x 9526 x 4603 x x 7439 x 4775 x 4790 x * 8638 x 4870 1948 x x 8228 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 GLUCK (MACLAY) EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GLUCK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRIDLEY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 HADDON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HADDON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HARDING EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 HAZELTINE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HERRICK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 HUBBARD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HUBBARD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 KINDERGARTEN LEARNING ACADEMY PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 LANGDON EL PBX - UPGRADE LASSEN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 LEWIS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LIGGETT EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 LOWMAN SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MACLAY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MISSION CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 MORNINGSIDE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MOUNT GLEASON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MOUNTAIN VIEW EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 MT LUKENS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 NOBLE EEC

Start Tue 4/26/05 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/25/04 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 3/31/05 Thu 3/31/05 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 2/22/05 Tue 2/22/05 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Tue 3/14/06 Fri 9/24/04 Fri 9/24/04 Wed 4/15/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Tue 10/17/06 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Fri 6/9/06 Fri 7/15/05 Fri 7/15/05 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 2/17/06 Wed 4/6/05 Wed 4/6/05 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 9/7/04 Tue 9/7/04 Mon 2/26/07 Mon 2/26/07 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Thu 8/4/05 Mon 7/13/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/24/05 Tue 10/3/06 Mon 11/24/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 3/10/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 10/6/05 Tue 12/19/06 Tue 3/6/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 9/28/04 Tue 10/12/04 Thu 12/11/08 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 5/11/04

Finish Thu 6/30/05 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 10/28/04 Thu 10/28/04 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 6/21/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 3/30/05 Wed 3/30/05 Fri 6/23/06 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 6/23/06 Tue 7/14/09 Fri 9/24/04 Tue 7/14/09 Thu 5/10/07 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 5/10/07 Sat 9/23/06 Thu 7/15/04 Sat 9/23/06 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Fri 4/21/06 Mon 7/26/04 Fri 4/21/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 4/6/05 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 9/30/13 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 7/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/7/04 Wed 4/11/07 Wed 4/11/07 Wed 9/16/09 Wed 3/31/04 Tue 9/27/05 Wed 9/16/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Wed 12/7/05 Tue 11/21/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 5/4/05 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 5/24/06 Tue 7/20/04 Wed 5/24/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 11/14/05 Thu 2/22/07 Fri 5/25/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 9/28/04 Fri 11/12/04 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 2/8/05 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 10/7/04

Board Member Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein

Funding Source E-K-I R-Y K K E-K-I R-Y K K E-K K R-Y E-K E-K K E-K K K E-K K E-R-Y K K E-Y K E-R-K E-K E-K-I R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-Y K E-K K K K-R E-R-K Y K E-K-I E-R-Y K E-R-Y

Estimated Project Budget 740,523.50 145,321.04 77,134.55 77,134.55 117,893.32 117,893.32 823,435.99 678,114.95 145,321.04 99,387.34 99,387.34 586,992.46 594.14 586,398.32 827,881.89 1,870.90 826,010.99 834,477.02 33,046.01 801,431.01 460,523.03 594.14 459,928.89 96,956.90 96,956.90 568,829.53 594.14 568,235.39 919,892.86 2,095.09 917,797.77 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 911,485.43 594.14 910,891.29 7,276.07 7,276.07 668,531.35 668,531.35 746,299.10 45,159.30 556,194.83 144,944.97 1,457,240.12 1,379.54 7,277.17 26,743.86 1,393,581.55 28,258.00 304,189.17 5,558.09 298,631.08 510,488.08 594.14 509,893.94 1,212,234.98 594.14 3,452.24 16,691.77 1,163,238.83 28,258.00 734,533.08 29,207.65 524,334.86 180,990.57 246,203.01 28,943.77 217,259.24 70,959.95

8845 x * 5397 x x 8240 x x x

5404 x x 8916 x 9540

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 5603 x x 9329 x 5726 x * 8306 x x x x 5894 x x 5918 x x 9547 x 5973 x 8321 x x x

Name SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NOBLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 NORTH VALLEY OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) O MELVENY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 OLIVE VISTA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT OSCEOLA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 OXNARD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 PACOIMA EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PACOIMA EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PACOIMA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION PANORAMA HS PINEWOOD EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PINEWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 PLAINVIEW EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PLUMMER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 POLYTECHNIC HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PRIMARY ACADEMY LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 RANCHITO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ROGERS HS PBX - UPGRADE ROSCOE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SAN FERNANDO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SAN FERNANDO EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SAN FERNANDO HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2

Start Tue 5/11/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 7/5/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 7/14/04 Wed 7/14/04 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/16/05 Fri 3/3/06 Mon 1/22/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 7/20/04 Tue 7/20/04 Thu 1/26/06 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 4/20/06 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 4/16/04 Wed 10/26/05 Thu 1/25/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 10/9/07 Tue 10/9/07 Mon 8/1/05 Mon 8/1/05 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 7/30/04 Fri 2/2/07 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 3/20/06 Fri 9/5/03 Fri 9/5/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 2/7/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/23/05 Thu 6/23/05 Mon 7/20/09 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 1/31/07 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Mon 4/24/06 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 5/31/05 Fri 3/3/06 Fri 3/3/06 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 1/12/05 Tue 2/20/07 Tue 4/29/08

Finish Thu 10/7/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 11/16/04 Thu 9/29/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 7/20/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/10/04 Fri 11/4/05 Thu 11/16/06 Fri 3/9/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/10/06 Tue 7/20/04 Fri 3/10/06 Thu 11/30/06 Fri 4/23/04 Thu 11/30/06 Thu 9/30/04 Thu 9/30/04 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 9/30/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 4/16/04 Fri 12/9/05 Mon 5/14/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/9/07 Tue 1/8/08 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/22/07 Fri 7/30/04 Thu 3/22/07 Tue 5/30/06 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 5/30/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 10/21/03 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 7/16/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 9/23/09 Wed 8/17/05 Wed 9/23/09 Thu 3/15/07 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/15/07 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 9/13/06 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 9/13/06 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/6/05 Mon 5/22/06 Mon 5/22/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 10/18/05 Fri 4/27/07 Tue 10/21/08

Board Member Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein

Funding Source K K E-K-I E-R-Y K K E-Y K K E-K K-R Y K E-K K E-K K E-K-I K K K-R R-Y Y K-R

Estimated Project Budget 70,959.95 1,404,680.84 3,439.04 851,205.01 550,036.79 1,944,020.57 1,944,020.57 935,762.19 594.14 935,168.05 1,372,778.07 594.14 51,277.67 1,273,152.47 19,495.79 28,258.00 357,064.48 594.14 356,470.34 478,404.11 6,073.58 472,330.53 57,234.25 57,234.25 904,082.65 904,082.65 1,655,806.64 6,073.58 380.32 14,256.69 1,606,838.05 28,258.00 11,496.37 11,496.37 84,384.93 84,384.93 946,700.85 594.14 946,106.71 520,772.96 594.14 520,178.82 636,135.39 6,073.58 630,061.81 136,490.75 38,281.03 11,059.84 48,891.88 38,258.00 389,702.02 294,521.66 95,180.36 549,775.42 6,852.98 542,922.44 6,073.58 6,073.58 594,751.86 6,073.58 588,678.28 96,009.22 96,009.22 523,343.01 523,343.01 2,664,503.27 1,379.54 77,912.05 28,137.81 2,518,815.87

x 8610 9549 x 6068 x * 6096 x 6123 x x 8636 x x x 4776 x 6192 x 8895 x 6356 x x 9555 x 6452 x 8843 x x x

K K E-Y K E-R-K K E-K K K K-R Y E-K-I R-Y K E-R-K K K E-K K E-K K K K-R E-R-K

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8358 x x x x

Name SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SAN FERNANDO MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SAN JOSE EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SATICOY EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SEPULVEDA MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SHARP EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 STONEHURST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 STRATHERN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SUN VALLEY MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SUNLAND EL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT SYLMAR EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 SYLMAR HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) SYLVAN PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SYLVAN PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) TELFAIR EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) TELFAIR EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005)

Start Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 1/28/05 Thu 6/16/05 Mon 2/26/07 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/24/05 Mon 1/24/05 Fri 6/1/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 10/12/06 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 10/27/05 Mon 11/27/06 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 7/19/04 Fri 4/7/06 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Mon 3/20/06 Fri 4/23/04 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 4/12/06 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 3/5/07 Wed 11/19/08 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Mon 10/18/04 Mon 8/3/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Thu 8/19/04 Tue 8/22/06 Mon 11/30/09 Mon 5/23/05 Mon 5/23/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 7/23/09 Mon 2/14/05 Mon 2/14/05 Fri 3/10/06 Fri 3/10/06 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 10/27/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/28/05 Mon 7/27/09 Tue 4/27/04 Tue 4/27/04 Thu 6/9/05 Fri 9/30/05 Mon 10/30/06

Finish Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/15/04 Wed 6/1/05 Mon 10/31/05 Thu 4/26/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/7/07 Tue 1/25/05 Tue 8/7/07 Thu 3/1/07 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 3/1/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 12/12/05 Tue 2/27/07 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 8/21/06 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 8/21/06 Thu 5/18/06 Fri 6/25/04 Thu 5/18/06 Wed 6/14/06 Fri 4/23/04 Wed 6/14/06 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 12/13/05 Thu 8/9/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 12/16/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 9/26/06 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/05 Thu 6/30/05 Mon 9/21/09 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/29/05 Mon 9/21/09 Wed 3/23/05 Wed 3/23/05 Fri 7/14/06 Fri 7/14/06 Tue 4/17/07 Wed 7/21/04 Tue 4/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 9/25/09 Thu 3/25/04 Sat 9/24/05 Fri 9/25/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/27/04 Mon 9/12/05 Mon 11/7/05 Thu 4/5/07

Board Member Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein

Funding Source Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-K E-K E-K K K K-R R-Y K E-K K E-K K E-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K-I R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y K E-K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K E-K E-K E-R-Y E-K E-K-I R-Y K E-K-I K K-R

6479 x 6565 x x 8363 x x x 6665 x x 6945 x x 6959 x x 8396 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 38,258.00 2,743,037.99 15,661.76 1,492,273.39 8,818.76 12,838.57 1,185,187.51 28,258.00 544,455.16 11,103.56 533,351.60 854,024.34 31,921.81 822,102.53 1,790,461.60 2,200.35 15,254.75 17,248.55 1,727,499.95 544,123.98 983.31 543,140.67 337,647.13 6,855.77 330,791.36 527,878.69 6,852.98 521,025.71 1,771,519.08 6,852.98 16,773.29 10,777.61 1,708,857.20 28,258.00 3,957.83 3,957.83 845,278.20 594.14 699,363.02 145,321.04 2,212,523.95 594.14 41,788.90 27,330.15 2,104,552.76 93,707.30 93,707.30 851,972.72 31,921.81 674,729.87 145,321.04 74,199.06 74,199.06 780,444.30 780,444.30 532,803.71 2,200.35 530,603.36 1,511,603.70 36,102.31 1,475,501.39 772,633.85 31,921.81 595,391.00 145,321.04 1,405,956.37 12,040.19 878,344.99 15,665.39 31,251.73

6973 x 7014 x x 8878 x x x 9565 x 7027 x x 9580 x 7068 x 7440 x x 7384 x 7438 x x 8893 x x x x

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2

VALERIO NEW PRIMARY CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VALERIO ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 VAN NUYS EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 VAN NUYS HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VAUGHN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VENA AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VERDUGO HILLS HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT VICTORY EL PBX - UPGRADE VINEDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VISTA MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2

Start Fri 5/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 5/31/05 Tue 7/27/04 Tue 7/27/04 Fri 3/31/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 2/4/05 Tue 10/4/05 Mon 10/9/06 Wed 7/15/09 Wed 7/15/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Wed 1/19/05 Wed 1/19/05 Fri 4/21/06 Tue 7/1/08 Mon 3/2/09

Finish Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/6/05 Wed 7/12/06 Tue 7/27/04 Wed 7/12/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Sat 7/16/05 Fri 11/25/05 Tue 10/10/06 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 9/30/13 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 9/18/06 Wed 1/19/05 Mon 9/18/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10

Board Member Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein Korenstein

Funding Source E-R-Y Y K K E-K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y K K E-K R-Y

9572 x 7466 x x 8914 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 430,396.07 38,258.00 102,733.62 102,733.62 473,885.71 594.14 473,291.57 2,566,725.42 1,807.97 1,398,287.06 6,723.63 37,528.13 402,086.06 682,034.57 38,258.00 1,162,073.58 6,073.58 370,318.98 6,296.33 364,022.65 499,146.85 499,146.85

7521 x 7548 x x 8117

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 7110 x 9560 x 6781 x 9570 x 7301 x 7137 x x x 9566 x 9593 x 3959 x 9516 x 3808 x x 3781 x * 3795 x 6808 x 9561 x 6822 x 6795 x 6644 x 9558 x 6630 x 9538 x 5521 x x 2082 x 2123 x 2192 x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: LaMotte
3RD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE 6TH AVE. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 6TH AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) 24TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 24TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) 32ND/USC PERFORMING ARTS MAGNET LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008)

Thu 7/17/03
Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 6/1/04 Tue 6/1/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/5/04 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Thu 11/20/08 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 1/21/05 Wed 7/29/09 Mon 6/7/04 Mon 6/7/04 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 6/8/04 Tue 6/8/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Tue 4/11/06 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Fri 6/27/08 Mon 3/28/05 Mon 3/28/05 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 6/25/08 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 6/23/09 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 6/20/05 Mon 6/20/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 7/8/08 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 1/13/06 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 9/16/03 Tue 9/16/03 Wed 8/4/04 Mon 7/13/09

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 10/29/04 Fri 10/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 7/21/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 2/27/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 9/25/09 Tue 5/25/04 Wed 7/28/04 Thu 5/12/05 Fri 9/25/09 Wed 11/3/04 Wed 11/3/04 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 11/23/04 Tue 11/23/04 Fri 10/13/06 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 10/13/06 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 12/18/08 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 12/18/08 Tue 5/3/05 Tue 5/3/05 Thu 11/20/08 Wed 12/17/03 Thu 11/20/08 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 8/29/05 Mon 8/29/05 Wed 12/24/08 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 12/24/08 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Wed 5/24/06 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 5/24/06 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 9/16/09 Tue 9/16/03 Mon 9/20/04 Wed 9/16/09 LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

86,246,474.14
6,593.46 6,593.46 69,425.37 69,425.37 791,116.00 8,466.83 782,649.17 136,628.27 136,628.27 1,085,080.01 7,429.02 1,077,650.99 840,136.46 691,717.05 1,456.20 1,642.17 145,321.04 69,635.21 69,635.21 66,134.74 66,134.74 753,566.75 6,403.33 747,163.42 78,861.02 78,861.02 766,879.21 6,073.58 760,805.63 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 689,106.34 6,852.98 682,253.36 900,825.71 6,604.98 894,220.73 77,555.99 77,555.99 984,817.42 6,604.98 978,212.44 1,147,759.24 6,852.98 1,140,906.26 832,633.41 6,852.98 825,780.43 77,184.14 77,184.14 1,161,403.55 5,624.05 1,155,779.50 66,681.85 66,681.85 794,375.94 6,073.58 788,302.36 742,579.56 6,563.02 736,016.54 745,067.22 6,852.98 738,214.24 606,943.55 3,157.87 458,464.64 145,321.04

K K K E-R-Y K K E-R-Y E-K-I K K R-Y K K K E-R-Y K K E-K K Y K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K K E-R-Y K K E-K K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2 Phase 1

Phase 2

36TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 37TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 42ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 52ND ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 52ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 54TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 59TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 61ST ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 66TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 66TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 68TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 74TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 75TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 75TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 95TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 95TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) ALTA LOMA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) ANGELES MESA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) ARLINGTON HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008)

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 8028 x x x

Name AUDUBON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BALDWIN HILLS EL PBX - UPGRADE BANCROFT MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BETHUNE MS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BLEND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BRADLEY ENV/HUMAN MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) BRIGHT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) BUDLONG EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) BURROUGHS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) CANFIELD EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) CARTHAY CENTER EL PBX - UPGRADE CASTLE HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) CENTURY PK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008)

Start Wed 2/18/04 Wed 2/18/04 Thu 8/19/04 Tue 7/18/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Wed 4/21/04 Fri 7/21/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 11/17/03 Mon 11/17/03 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 8/19/04 Thu 8/3/06 Fri 1/23/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 6/23/09 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Mon 9/11/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 1/18/06 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 11/17/05 Fri 7/28/06 Mon 4/13/09 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Wed 7/6/05 Mon 3/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 8/18/04 Thu 4/9/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 1/25/05 Tue 1/25/05 Tue 6/30/09 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 5/11/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Sun 4/11/04 Wed 12/1/04 Mon 11/19/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 10/1/04

Finish Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/18/04 Tue 10/26/04 Thu 7/20/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 4/21/04 Tue 7/25/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Sun 2/29/04 Thu 1/8/04 Wed 12/8/04 Wed 8/16/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 8/21/09 Tue 1/27/04 Wed 8/11/04 Fri 8/21/09 Thu 3/1/07 Fri 2/27/04 Thu 3/1/07 Wed 5/3/06 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 5/3/06 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 12/1/05 Wed 8/23/06 Fri 9/25/09 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/30/11 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 3/8/04 Tue 8/9/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 7/8/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 10/7/04 Wed 7/8/09 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 1/25/05 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 9/21/06 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 9/21/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 5/10/07 Tue 2/22/05 Tue 5/13/08 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11

Board Member LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source K K K-R R-Y Y K K K K-R R-Y Y E-K-I K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K E-K K K K-R R-Y K E-Y K K E-K-I E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K E-K K K-R K-R E-R-K Y

Estimated Project Budget 1,600,902.26 594.14 57,029.30 27,284.80 1,487,736.02 28,258.00 6,563.02 6,563.02 1,383,448.10 20,073.76 8,569.97 18,961.92 1,307,584.45 28,258.00 2,385,165.70 1,659,967.00 2,402.69 11,865.32 21,937.70 660,734.99 28,258.00 604,517.96 5,614.05 598,903.91 561,808.31 6,403.33 410,460.01 144,944.97 761,088.90 7,429.02 753,659.88 822,380.40 7,467.11 814,913.29 1,524,761.43 788.68 11,906.78 19,411.92 1,464,396.05 803,690.64 7,429.02 796,261.62 6,855.40 6,855.40 373,125.19 7,429.02 184,705.60 180,990.57 781,181.86 6,073.58 629,787.24 145,321.04 6,563.02 6,563.02 333,541.08 38,535.75 295,005.33 876,959.24 6,563.02 870,396.22 459,855.70 6,852.98 453,002.72 1,259,402.36 1,379.54 10,869.83 21,260.81 1,197,634.18 28,258.00 773,914.07

2274 x 8038 x x x

8060 x x x x

1943 x 7123 x x 7164 x x 2616 x x 8075 x x x 2740 x * 2849 x 2877 x x 2945 x x 3002 x 8688 x 3068 x 3082 x x 8099 x x x

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

3123

CHARNOCK ROAD EL PBX - UPGRADE CHEVIOT HILLS CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CIENEGA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CIMARRON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 CLAY MS PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CLOVER EL

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x * 8245 x x x x 3178 x x 8596 x x x

Name TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 COCHRAN MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 COLISEUM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 CRENSHAW HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CRESCENT HEIGHTS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CRESCENT HEIGHTS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 DORSEY HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ELLINGTON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FOSHAY LEARNING CENTER TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FREMONT HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HAMILTON HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HARTE PREPATORY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT HILLCREST DRIVE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 HOPE CONT. HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 HYDE PARK EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HYDE PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 KING JR EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Fri 10/1/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 2/25/04 Wed 2/25/04 Mon 12/13/04 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 2/14/07 Fri 5/1/09 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Wed 3/3/04 Thu 6/25/09 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 5/25/05 Fri 7/28/06 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 11/8/04 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 7/19/06 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 2/2/05 Wed 2/2/05 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Thu 2/19/04 Wed 7/18/07 Wed 9/3/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Wed 1/21/04 Fri 1/5/07 Tue 7/15/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 6/29/04 Thu 9/14/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 1/26/04 Wed 3/10/04 Fri 2/3/06 Tue 8/7/07 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 4/5/05 Tue 7/15/08 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04

Finish Fri 10/1/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/25/04 Mon 3/7/05 Mon 10/24/05 Tue 3/20/07 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 8/24/09 Thu 2/26/04 Tue 5/25/04 Mon 8/24/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/10/04 Wed 10/26/05 Fri 10/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/1/04 Thu 1/20/05 Tue 10/25/05 Tue 8/15/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 2/2/05 Wed 2/2/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/2/04 Thu 2/19/04 Tue 9/11/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Wed 6/15/05 Thu 1/25/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 9/22/04 Fri 10/6/06 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 4/13/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/8/06 Mon 8/20/07 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 1/27/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 4/30/09 Tue 4/12/05 Thu 4/30/09 Tue 10/19/04 Tue 10/19/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 6/30/09 Fri 3/26/04

Board Member LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source K E-Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-R-Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y K K E-K K-R Y K Y K E-R-Y K K Y K

Estimated Project Budget 29,946.71 743,967.36 1,354,157.60 1,466.14 974,505.02 12,148.91 30,792.81 306,986.72 613,243.61 6,563.02 461,735.62 144,944.97 3,316,501.63 594.14 83,574.34 23,543.39 3,170,531.76 38,258.00 64,870.08 64,870.08 650,718.34 6,563.02 644,155.32 1,773,429.65 340.07 1,292,882.39 16,257.25 23,605.88 402,086.06 38,258.00 39,387.98 39,387.98 1,794,678.65 10,863.68 594.14 26,160.21 1,728,802.62 28,258.00 2,475,989.20 788.68 67,387.43 44,998.08 2,324,557.01 38,258.00 2,108,754.47 3,976.95 27,300.95 35,012.26 1,826,878.79 177,327.52 38,258.00 1,279,236.43 10,748.77 594.14 1,220,458.16 19,177.36 28,258.00 1,162,403.33 6,403.33 1,156,000.00 375,445.09 1,484.82 373,960.27 63,485.02 63,485.02 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 746,247.43 6,073.48

9597 x 3288 x 8600 x x x x

8930 x 8132 x x x

8650 x x x

8686 x x x

8170 x x x x 4528 x * 8652 x 9527 x 4658 x * 6534 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 4786 x x 8741 x x x 8736 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 LA SALLE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 LACES MAG TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOS ANGELES HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LOS ANGELES TECHNOLOGY CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MANCHESTER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MANHATTAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 MANN MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MANUAL ARTS HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MARLTON HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MARVIN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MARVIN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 MENLO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MID-CITY MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 MIDDLE COLLEGE HS TOKEN RING SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MIKES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MILLER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MUIR MS PBX - Cable Plant PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION NORMANDIE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORMANDIE EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Wed 7/28/04 Wed 4/1/09 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 4/13/04 Tue 1/10/06 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 6/1/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 3/15/05 Thu 8/3/06 Thu 11/6/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 10/1/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 4/5/04 Mon 4/27/09 Tue 3/30/04 Tue 3/30/04 Fri 5/12/06 Wed 10/1/03 Wed 10/1/03 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 11/14/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 7/28/04 Wed 7/28/04 Fri 4/1/05 Thu 6/28/07 Wed 11/5/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 1/28/04 Wed 1/28/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 4/26/04 Mon 4/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 2/26/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 2/27/04 Fri 2/27/04 Tue 3/15/05 Tue 9/15/09 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/28/05 Mon 3/28/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 12/1/03 Mon 12/1/03 Fri 3/12/04 Tue 4/12/05 Tue 1/24/06 Thu 6/21/07 Tue 6/8/04 Tue 6/8/04 Thu 5/6/04 Thu 5/6/04

Finish Mon 8/30/04 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 4/6/06 Tue 4/13/04 Thu 4/6/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/7/04 Wed 7/28/04 Mon 8/6/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 7/14/04 Thu 7/7/05 Thu 8/10/06 Mon 2/23/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 8/7/09 Thu 3/11/04 Wed 6/9/04 Fri 8/7/09 Thu 9/21/06 Tue 3/30/04 Thu 9/21/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 11/26/03 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 12/5/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/8/04 Tue 5/31/05 Mon 7/9/07 Wed 2/18/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 1/28/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 2/26/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 2/27/04 Tue 5/31/05 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 7/6/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/27/05 Wed 4/27/05 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/25/05 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 10/27/05 Tue 6/27/06 Mon 7/2/07 Tue 11/16/04 Tue 11/16/04 Thu 2/15/07 Thu 5/6/04

Board Member LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source E-K-I R-Y K E-K K K K-R Y E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K-I R-Y K E-K K K K-R R-Y Y E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K Y K K E-Y K Y K K E-R-Y K Y K K Y K K K E-K K-R K K

9289 x 5096 x x 5110 x x 8236 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 594,476.84 145,697.11 748,281.51 6,073.58 742,207.93 69,856.07 20,719.02 594.14 20,284.91 28,258.00 2,503,767.60 1,464,540.95 41,519.41 37,203.90 922,245.34 38,258.00 873,848.30 873,848.30 949,591.65 6,073.58 797,820.96 145,697.11 597,454.98 8,042.67 589,412.31 1,554,186.60 35,332.29 6,073.58 24,244.41 1,460,278.32 28,258.00 2,679,700.59 1,622,136.83 7,172.57 27,951.09 984,182.10 38,258.00 991,620.05 5,620.05 986,000.00 80,746.29 80,746.29 1,067,565.29 7,429.02 1,060,136.27 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 1,151,186.11 10,709.38 6,160.72 1,134,316.01 43,417.21 5,159.21 38,258.00 72,841.18 72,841.18 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 1,675,844.05 591,801.00 1,949.02 17,503.39 1,019,242.89 17,089.75 70,527.24 70,527.24 857,172.99 6,073.58

8743 x x x

1949 x * 9584 x 5178 x * 5247 x * 3500 x x 8760 x 9591 x 5321 x * 8255 x x x x x 9541 x 5630 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 5904 x * 8515 x 5986 x 8340 x x x * 2617 x 4980 x x * 6164 x x 9550 x 6219 x x 2644 x * 9559 x 6671 x 6863 x 7425 x * 7479 x x 8602 x * 9574 x 7534 x x 7575 x x 8928 x x x x 7151 x x 7644 x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 OVERLAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 OWENS COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PALMS EL PBX - UPGRADE PALMS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 PARKS/HUERTA PRIMARY CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PIO PICO EL PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 QUEEN ANNE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 QUEEN ANNE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) RAYMOND AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 SATURN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SHENANDOAH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SHENANDOAH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SOUTH PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE VAN NESS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VERMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 VIEW PARK CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 VINE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) VINE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 VIRGINIA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) WASHINGTON PREPARATORY HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) WEEMES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) WEST ATHENS EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Wed 8/23/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 1/31/05 Mon 1/31/05 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 10/11/05 Fri 1/5/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 8/5/04 Thu 5/24/07 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 4/22/04 Thu 11/17/05 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 9/22/03 Mon 7/26/04 Mon 7/6/09 Mon 3/29/04 Mon 3/29/04 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 5/17/06 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 7/18/05 Mon 7/18/05 Tue 4/20/04 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Thu 1/8/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 7/16/04 Fri 7/16/04 Wed 6/21/06 Mon 2/28/05 Mon 2/28/05 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 5/16/05 Mon 5/16/05 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 2/17/05 Mon 6/22/09 Wed 6/16/04 Wed 6/16/04 Fri 7/30/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 7/17/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 6/1/05 Mon 3/19/07 Sun 5/10/09 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 1/27/04 Tue 8/29/06 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04

Finish Thu 2/15/07 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Thu 10/9/03 Thu 10/9/03 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Tue 11/22/05 Thu 1/18/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/22/07 Fri 8/6/04 Fri 6/22/07 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 4/22/04 Mon 11/21/05 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 9/9/09 Mon 9/22/03 Fri 8/27/04 Wed 9/9/09 Fri 6/18/04 Fri 6/18/04 Tue 9/19/06 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 9/19/06 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 4/20/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 1/8/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 1/8/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 2/7/07 Fri 7/16/04 Wed 2/7/07 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 2/28/05 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 6/24/05 Fri 6/24/05 Wed 8/26/09 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 4/7/05 Wed 8/26/09 Fri 9/4/09 Wed 6/16/04 Fri 8/20/04 Fri 9/4/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/26/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 9/28/05 Tue 4/17/07 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 2/7/07 Tue 1/27/04 Wed 2/7/07 Thu 6/25/09 Mon 3/15/04

Board Member LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source E-K K Y K K K K K-R Y Y K E-R-K K K Y K E-K-I R-Y K K E-K K Y K K E-R-Y K K Y K E-K K Y K K E-K-I R-Y K E-K-I R-Y K K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y K E-K K

Estimated Project Budget 851,099.41 992,726.32 6,726.32 986,000.00 24,742.21 24,742.21 254.54 254.54 1,724,255.23 6,563.02 6,602.45 19,331.76 28,258.00 1,663,500.00 166,594.31 594.14 166,000.17 1,674,598.22 8,581.97 2,516.25 1,663,500.00 624,345.11 254.54 479,145.60 144,944.97 96,742.52 96,742.52 596,340.33 6,852.98 589,487.35 993,429.02 7,429.02 986,000.00 70,147.83 70,147.83 1,396,499.08 9,438.76 1,387,060.32 1,020,719.55 5,624.05 730,624.05 5,624.05 725,000.00 721,740.65 594.14 721,146.51 331,914.89 21,714.89 310,200.00 95,398.03 95,398.03 658,153.35 9,157.12 503,675.19 145,321.04 647,687.47 8,567.98 494,174.52 144,944.97 1,486,502.38 12,541.65 1,188.28 1,011,060.43 21,367.96 402,086.06 951,101.00 5,620.05 945,480.95 907,647.75 6,073.58

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 1 & 2

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 WESTERN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WIDNEY HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 WILSHIRE CREST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WINDSOR M/S AERO MAG PBX - UPGRADE WOODCREST EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 YOUNG CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT

Start Tue 8/10/04 Mon 3/30/09 Tue 1/11/05 Tue 1/11/05 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 3/1/04 Mon 10/18/04 Fri 11/7/08 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 10/13/04 Wed 10/13/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 6/1/06 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 9/30/09 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Tue 10/26/04

Finish Mon 10/4/04 Thu 6/25/09 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 1/11/05 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 3/1/04 Wed 12/1/04 Thu 2/26/09 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 10/13/04 Wed 10/13/04 Thu 9/7/06 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 9/7/06 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 11/1/04 Tue 4/13/04 Mon 11/1/04

Board Member LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte LaMotte

Funding Source E-K-I R-Y K Y K E-K-I E-R-Y K Y K K E-K K E-R-Y K K

Estimated Project Budget 756,253.13 145,321.04 1,163,078.48 7,078.48 1,156,000.00 1,110,839.35 7,429.02 701,324.27 402,086.06 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 9,695.10 9,695.10 506,116.23 6,852.98 499,263.25 398,241.23 44,723.03 353,518.20 17,331.23 3,307.86 14,023.37

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Vladovic
7TH ST. EL ROUTERS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) 15TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) 49TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) 92ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 93RD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 96TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 97TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 99TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) 102ND ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC)

Thu 5/1/03
Mon 3/8/04 Mon 3/8/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 10/2/09 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 1/29/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 10/2/06 Tue 1/20/04 Tue 1/20/04 Fri 11/17/06 Wed 12/17/03 Wed 12/17/03 Tue 10/24/06 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 11/9/06 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/13/05 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Tue 12/8/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 11/20/06 Mon 6/13/05 Mon 6/13/05 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 5/18/04 Tue 5/18/04 Wed 7/21/04 Fri 3/13/09 Mon 5/24/04 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Fri 8/17/07 Wed 3/31/04 Wed 3/31/04 Fri 7/27/07 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 6/6/08 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 4/20/07 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 4/13/07 Tue 1/18/05 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 9/17/09

Mon 6/30/14
Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/16/04 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 1/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 11/30/06 Mon 12/15/03 Thu 11/30/06 Tue 1/23/07 Tue 1/20/04 Tue 1/23/07 Mon 12/11/06 Wed 12/17/03 Mon 12/11/06 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Fri 12/22/06 Tue 12/16/03 Fri 12/22/06 Thu 7/21/05 Thu 7/21/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 1/2/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 1/2/07 Thu 7/21/05 Thu 7/21/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 6/11/09 Mon 7/26/04 Tue 1/4/05 Thu 6/11/09 Wed 6/30/10 Mon 5/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 12/18/07 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 12/18/07 Thu 10/25/07 Wed 3/31/04 Thu 10/25/07 Wed 10/29/08 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 10/29/08 Fri 8/17/07 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 8/17/07 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 7/13/07 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 7/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 1/18/05 Wed 6/30/10 Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

103,173,959.40
1,009,430.39 16,577.41 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,024,460.66 6,852.98 1,017,607.68 922,916.87 6,403.33 916,513.54 552,373.82 5,624.25 546,749.57 746,930.31 9,563.99 737,366.32 540,278.64 6,604.98 533,673.66 81,411.20 81,411.20 585,078.73 6,604.98 578,473.75 76,405.34 76,405.34 1,217,608.36 6,917.87 1,210,690.49 389,547.91 6,852.98 382,694.93 76,056.09 76,056.09 777,588.07 6,073.58 771,514.49 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 736,593.91 585,193.29 6,079.58 145,321.04 789,688.53 7,121.85 782,566.68 662,194.27 31,921.81 630,272.46 549,124.23 32,244.73 516,879.50 706,344.40 6,852.98 699,491.42 744,830.41 31,921.81 712,908.60 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 754,896.73 33,046.01 721,850.72 279,964.68 25,330.28 216,376.40

Phase 2

K K Y K E-R-Y K E-R-Y K E-K K E-K K E-K K K E-K K K E-R-Y K E-K K K E-R-Y K Y E-K-I K R-Y K E-R-Y E-K E-R-K E-K E-R-K K E-R-Y E-K E-R-K K K E-K E-R-K K E-R-Y

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2

107TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 109TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 112TH ST. EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) 112TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 116TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 118TH ST. EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 122ND ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 135TH ST EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 153RD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 156TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 186TH ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 232ND PLACE EL PBX - UPGRADE AMBLER EL PBX - UPGRADE AMESTOY EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ANGEL'S GATE CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 2146 x 3105 x 2219 x 2247 x x 8531 x 2288 x 1941 x * 8529 x x x

Name SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ANNALEE EL PBX - UPGRADE ARCO IRIS PRIMARY CENTER PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 ASCOT EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 AVALON GARDENS EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 AVALON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 BANDINI ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BANNEKER SP ED CTR. PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 BANNING HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT BARRETT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 BARTON HILL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 BONITA EL PBX - UPGRADE BROAD AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 BROADACRES EL PBX - UPGRADE CABRILLO EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) CABRILLO EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CARNEGIE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 CAROLDALE LEARNING COMM PBX - UPGRADE CARSON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 CARSON HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT CARVER MS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 CATSKILL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 CHAPMAN EL

Start Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Tue 6/12/07 Thu 4/29/04 Thu 4/29/04 Mon 5/18/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 10/28/04 Tue 2/26/08 Wed 1/26/05 Wed 1/26/05 Wed 2/18/09 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 7/1/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/20/06 Fri 3/6/09 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 12/19/03 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 10/4/07 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 2/8/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 6/30/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 6/15/06 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 3/14/07 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 7/31/06 Thu 8/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Tue 6/5/07 Mon 6/1/09 Tue 2/1/05 Tue 2/1/05 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 3/15/04

Finish Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 8/9/07 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 8/9/07 Fri 8/14/09 Fri 7/23/04 Fri 8/14/09 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 12/17/04 Wed 12/17/08 Tue 7/28/09 Wed 1/26/05 Tue 7/28/09 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 4/14/04 Wed 6/30/10 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 8/18/06 Tue 7/7/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 12/19/03 Wed 6/30/10 Tue 2/5/08 Fri 3/26/04 Tue 2/5/08 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 3/23/05 Wed 3/23/05 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/15/04 Wed 3/10/04 Thu 7/13/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 4/26/07 Tue 3/23/04 Thu 4/26/07 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 8/15/06 Tue 1/13/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 11/9/04 Mon 7/2/07 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 2/1/05 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 4/18/07

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source Y K K E-R-K E-K-I R-Y K E-K-I E-R-Y K R-Y K E-R-Y K E-Y K K K-R R-Y Y K E-R-Y K E-R-K K K Y K K K E-R-Y K K K-R R-Y K K E-R-K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K-R E-R-Y K Y

Estimated Project Budget 38,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 292,252.34 594.14 291,658.20 599,689.05 454,368.01 145,321.04 676,840.58 8,698.47 487,155.47 180,986.64 275,503.46 26,797.10 248,706.36 648,830.45 6,852.98 641,977.47 900,453.26 594.14 899,859.12 2,157,586.95 37,937.49 594.14 33,307.82 2,047,489.50 38,258.00 890,733.98 5,614.05 885,119.93 593,476.35 6,852.98 586,623.37 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,162,979.28 6,979.28 1,156,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 76,010.62 76,010.62 1,031,116.34 6,852.98 1,024,263.36 1,491,219.94 23,752.97 594.14 17,515.45 1,421,099.38 6,852.98 6,852.98 594,414.41 6,073.58 588,340.83 2,673,746.64 31,309.46 4,779.75 49,640.30 2,549,759.13 38,258.00 2,214,510.08 26,821.93 15,083.36 2,144,346.79 1,156,594.14 594.14 1,156,000.00 590,373.30

5562 x 2315 x 2473 x 2527 x * 2530 x 9508 x 2685 x 8090 x x x 2815 x 2836 x 8575 x x x

8094 x x 2890 x * 2986

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code x 9511 x 3205 x x 8589 x * 3302 x * 8103 x x x * 8104 x x x

Name PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 COMPTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) COMPTON EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 COOPER COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CRESTWOOD ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 CURTISS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 DANA MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT DEL AMO EL PBX - UPGRADE DENKER EL PBX - UPGRADE DODSON MS PBX - UPGRADE ROUTERS TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT DOLORES EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) DOLORES ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE DOMINGUEZ EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 DREW MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT EAGLE TREE CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 EDISON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT ESHELMAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 FIGUEROA EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 FLEMING MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION FLORENCE EL PBX - UPGRADE

Start Mon 3/15/04 Fri 2/23/07 Mon 8/8/05 Mon 8/8/05 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 11/9/06 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 12/1/04 Tue 5/15/07 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 8/3/06 Fri 2/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 3/11/04 Thu 3/11/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 4/20/07 Mon 10/12/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 8/2/04 Mon 8/2/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 7/1/09 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 7/6/07 Mon 7/14/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 2/9/05 Thu 8/7/08 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 11/17/05 Mon 9/10/07 Thu 8/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 5/1/03 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 6/28/04 Mon 6/28/04 Tue 8/25/09 Wed 10/15/03 Wed 10/15/03 Mon 1/17/05 Fri 3/2/07 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03

Finish Mon 3/15/04 Wed 4/18/07 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05 Thu 12/21/06 Tue 12/16/03 Thu 12/21/06 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/12/04 Thu 2/24/05 Wed 6/13/07 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 8/7/06 Tue 7/7/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/11/04 Fri 4/2/04 Thu 5/6/04 Thu 5/17/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 10/22/04 Fri 10/22/04 Tue 6/29/04 Tue 6/29/04 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 3/31/04 Fri 12/12/03 Thu 8/9/07 Thu 1/29/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 1/21/09 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 1/21/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 11/28/05 Thu 9/20/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 12/30/09 Mon 6/28/04 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 5/24/04 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 3/29/07 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 12/15/03

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source K E-R-K K K E-K K Y K Y K K K-R Y Y K K K-R R-Y Y K K K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K K E-R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-R-Y K K K-R E-R-Y Y K E-Y K E-R-Y K K K-R K

3384 x 3425 x 8110 x x x x

Estimated Project Budget 6,852.98 583,520.32 75,639.53 75,639.53 416,948.72 6,604.98 410,343.74 1,228,947.82 573,447.82 655,500.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 1,720,390.80 594.14 5,314.58 22,724.08 28,258.00 1,663,500.00 1,384,429.71 27,058.12 1,608.84 20,363.90 1,307,140.85 28,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 1,108,311.66 594.14 16,577.41 16,391.53 14,318.47 1,032,172.11 28,258.00 142,113.16 142,113.16 6,855.77 6,855.77 1,198,426.42 6,073.58 1,192,352.84 1,631,918.72 39,014.41 2,404.89 14,151.20 1,548,090.22 28,258.00 366,282.25 20,665.09 345,617.16 1,600,858.17 2,404.89 8,366.48 13,738.58 1,548,090.22 28,258.00 896,340.62 6,852.98 870,605.13 1,227,515.08 6,855.77 1,220,659.31 70,217.45 20,159.90 8,366.68 13,432.87 1,162,552.81 6,552.81

9514 x 3452 x 3466 x 8112 x x x

8578 x 8113 x x x

3640 x * 3822 x 8127 x x x 3890 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code * 5781 x * 4014 x 4041 x 8664 x x x

Name LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 FLOURNOY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 FRIES EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 GARDENA EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 GARDENA HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GOMPERS MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT GRAHAM EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) GRAHAM EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GRAPE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 GRIFFITH JOYNER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2005) Phase 1 & 2 GULF EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 HALLDALE EL PBX - UPGRADE HARBOR CITY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 HARBOR OCCUPATIONAL CENTER SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) HARMONY EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 HAWAIIAN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HAWAIIAN EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 HOOPER EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) HOOPER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 JEFFERSON HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT JOHNSON COMMUNITY DAY CONT. SCHOOL TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 JORDAN HS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING

Start Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 5/30/08 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 12/20/07 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 1/18/05 Thu 9/7/06 Wed 12/17/08 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 10/19/05 Tue 6/20/06 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 11/17/06 Wed 3/24/04 Wed 3/24/04 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 9/15/06 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 7/1/11 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 7/15/04 Wed 7/1/09 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 11/1/04 Mon 3/2/09 Mon 3/2/09 Fri 3/4/05 Fri 3/4/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 8/14/09 Mon 6/6/05 Mon 6/6/05 Thu 9/18/03 Thu 9/18/03 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 6/8/09 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Thu 8/19/04 Mon 7/17/06 Fri 11/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 12/20/04 Tue 6/30/09 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 12/22/03 Fri 1/21/05

Finish Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 10/23/08 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 10/23/08 Thu 3/27/08 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/27/08 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 5/23/05 Fri 9/29/06 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/25/04 Wed 11/30/05 Tue 6/27/06 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 5/11/05 Wed 5/11/05 Fri 1/12/07 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 1/12/07 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 3/24/04 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 11/20/06 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 11/20/06 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 6/30/11 Thu 7/15/04 Thu 6/30/11 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 12/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 12/30/09 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Mon 8/10/09 Thu 9/18/03 Fri 7/23/04 Mon 8/10/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/4/04 Wed 12/15/04 Fri 8/4/06 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 12/30/09 Wed 6/9/04 Mon 12/20/04 Wed 12/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 12/12/03 Tue 5/25/04 Tue 5/17/05

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source Y K Y K E-R-Y E-K E-R-K K E-K-I K-R E-R-Y Y K K K-R R-Y Y K K E-K K Y K E-K K Y K K E-Y K R-Y K K E-R-Y K K E-K-I R-Y E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-R-Y K E-K-I K

8160 x x x

9518 x 4219 x x 4274 x * 5849 x x 4315 x * 4342 x 4425 x * 9180 x 4681 9522 x 4466 x 9525 x 4575 x x 8714 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 1,156,000.00 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 989,682.47 9,470.34 980,212.13 511,182.70 31,921.81 479,260.89 2,316,733.01 9,316.39 1,827,171.65 39,900.91 402,086.06 38,258.00 1,530,054.57 6,073.58 14,055.94 21,388.73 1,460,278.32 28,258.00 80,447.42 80,447.42 602,097.87 5,624.05 596,473.82 992,073.58 6,073.58 986,000.00 599,446.22 6,073.58 593,372.64 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,156,000.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 869,264.36 7,078.48 862,185.88 1,587,110.10 1,587,110.10 322,118.98 322,118.98 75,091.16 75,091.16 840,918.96 7,857.10 833,061.86 74,011.19 74,011.19 884,936.34 10,745.63 728,117.53 146,073.18 2,622,567.55 1,570,454.64 15,574.96 33,461.16 964,818.79 38,258.00 894,560.23 11,919.65 27,695.86 854,944.72 2,822,074.33 788.68 1,720,380.74 7,611.08

8670 x x 8721 x x x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Name TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 PBX - Telephone Wiring SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT KING-DREW MEDICAL MAGNET HS TOKEN RING TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT LEAPWOOD EL PBX - UPGRADE LELAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LOCKE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) LOCKE HS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LOMITA MATH/SCI MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 LOS ANGELES ACADEMY MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MAIN ST. EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 1 & 2 MAIN STREET LC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MARINE AVE. TRADES SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MARKHAM MS PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT MAXINE WATERS EPC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (AE/OC) MCKINLEY EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) Phase 1 LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 2 MEYLER EL PBX - UPGRADE MIRAMONTE EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) MIRAMONTE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 MONETA CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 NARBONNE HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT NORMONT EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) NORMONT EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2

Start Thu 8/3/06 Fri 11/7/08 Fri 11/7/08 Thu 7/1/10 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 4/29/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Wed 11/30/05 Wed 11/30/05 Thu 5/1/03 Fri 8/15/03 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 9/29/06 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/22/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 1/22/04 Thu 1/22/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 7/9/04 Mon 4/9/07 Tue 1/27/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 1/29/04 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Thu 7/1/04 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 12/16/03 Mon 1/26/04 Mon 10/11/04 Thu 12/14/06 Thu 11/20/08 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 7/1/05 Fri 7/1/05 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Thu 5/27/04 Thu 4/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 3/21/05 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 2/7/05 Mon 2/7/05 Tue 6/30/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 2/4/05 Fri 10/6/06 Fri 6/29/07 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/7/05 Mon 3/7/05 Thu 3/25/04 Thu 3/25/04 Fri 7/1/11

Finish Tue 8/8/06 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 7/19/04 Mon 4/19/04 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 10/3/03 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 10/20/06 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 7/22/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/22/04 Fri 6/11/04 Thu 9/23/04 Mon 5/7/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 1/29/04 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 12/16/03 Tue 6/15/04 Fri 1/28/05 Wed 1/24/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 8/31/05 Wed 7/29/09 Mon 12/15/03 Wed 8/4/04 Wed 7/29/09 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Wed 5/4/05 Wed 5/4/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 6/30/10 Wed 2/9/05 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 4/28/06 Thu 3/22/07 Mon 3/10/08 Fri 6/29/12 Wed 4/20/05 Wed 4/20/05 Mon 6/30/14 Thu 3/25/04 Mon 6/30/14

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source K-R E-R-Y E-R-Y Y K K E-R-Y Y K K K K K K-R K Y K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K Y K K K E-K-I K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-K-I R-Y K K K Y K E-R-Y K K K-R E-R-K Y K K Y

8727 x x

Estimated Project Budget 31,190.21 893,024.54 130,821.08 38,258.00 1,127,530.86 6,618.50 2,113.17 1,080,541.19 38,258.00 6,073.58 6,073.58 6,852.98 6,852.98 156,428.30 156,428.30 94,936.17 50,922.71 1,379.54 42,633.92 992,855.77 6,855.77 986,000.00 1,445,722.68 788.68 822,369.91 4,076.47 17,699.15 572,530.47 28,258.00 1,162,403.33 6,403.33 1,156,000.00 309,813.02 309,813.02 78,625.38 78,625.38 2,227,408.94 254.54 1,500,299.44 15,148.05 24,296.85 659,152.06 28,258.00 1,062,082.21 1,062,082.21 943,771.25 10,672.53 787,777.68 145,321.04 6,073.58 6,073.58 78,187.61 78,187.61 2,085,624.05 5,624.05 2,080,000.00 235,531.23 26,404.36 209,126.87 2,936,208.65 1,379.54 49,154.68 29,085.50 2,818,330.93 38,258.00 94,354.75 94,354.75 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00

4829 x 4836 x 9531 x 8733 x x x 4932 x * 8200 x x x x

5068 x * 9250 x 9312 x 8237 x x x x

1685 x 6658 x x 7342 x 9536 x 5329 x * 8666 x 8779 x x x

9543 x 5644 x *

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 9548 x 6013 x 6021 x 8781 x 8352 x x x

Name PARK WESTERN EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) PARK WESTERN EL PBX - UPGRADE PARMELEE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PATTON CONT. HS TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 PEARY MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT POINT FERMIN EL PBX - UPGRADE PRESIDENT EL PBX - UPGRADE PURCHE EL PBX - UPGRADE/REPLACEMENT LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) RILEY HS TOKEN RING LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) RITTER EL LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2003) PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008)

Start Tue 3/1/05 Tue 3/1/05 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Tue 4/17/07 Thu 12/16/04 Thu 12/16/04 Fri 6/29/07 Tue 7/1/03 Tue 7/1/03 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 1/29/07 Mon 10/1/07 Thu 7/1/10 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 3/5/07 Mon 10/11/04 Mon 10/11/04 Wed 7/1/09 Tue 2/17/04 Tue 2/17/04 Wed 7/21/04 Thu 3/5/09 Mon 9/12/05 Mon 9/12/05 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 7/1/11 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 12/15/03 Fri 7/1/11 Fri 7/2/04 Fri 7/2/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 2/4/05 Tue 8/29/06 Fri 10/30/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 11/15/05 Tue 11/15/05 Mon 3/15/04 Mon 3/15/04 Fri 1/18/08 Fri 6/25/04 Fri 6/25/04 Wed 7/1/09 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 3/26/04 Thu 7/1/10 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 3/22/04 Fri 7/1/11 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 6/30/09 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 8/20/07 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 6/27/05 Mon 6/27/05 Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05

Finish Fri 4/8/05 Fri 4/8/05 Tue 3/16/04 Tue 3/16/04 Mon 7/30/07 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 7/30/07 Fri 3/7/08 Fri 12/17/04 Fri 3/7/08 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 8/26/03 Mon 3/22/04 Wed 2/21/07 Wed 3/19/08 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/19/04 Fri 3/19/04 Thu 3/18/04 Thu 3/18/04 Fri 4/27/07 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 4/27/07 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 1/28/05 Thu 6/30/11 Mon 6/1/09 Fri 4/16/04 Wed 7/21/04 Mon 6/1/09 Wed 12/21/05 Wed 12/21/05 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 12/15/03 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 10/1/04 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Mon 10/17/05 Tue 9/19/06 Thu 9/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 12/15/05 Thu 12/15/05 Tue 4/1/08 Mon 3/15/04 Tue 4/1/08 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/25/04 Thu 6/30/11 Fri 6/29/12 Fri 3/26/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 3/22/04 Mon 6/30/14 Wed 9/30/09 Wed 9/30/09 Tue 10/30/07 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 10/30/07 Mon 9/30/13 Mon 2/23/04 Thu 8/4/05 Thu 8/4/05 Mon 12/19/05 Mon 12/19/05

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source K K K E-R-K K E-R-K K K K-R E-R-K Y K K E-K E-R-K K E-Y E-K-I K R-Y K Y K Y K K K K-R E-R-Y Y K K E-R-K K E-Y K Y K Y E-R-Y K E-R-K K K K

6137 x 6148 x 6158 x 1917 x * 6301 x x 9497 x 8723 * 6438 x * 9484 x 8850 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 70,686.72 70,686.72 6,852.98 6,852.98 787,363.71 6,604.98 780,758.73 72,732.15 25,215.55 47,516.60 1,602,119.08 24,283.48 6,852.98 19,185.16 1,523,539.46 28,258.00 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 6,852.98 683,750.77 31,921.81 651,828.96 709,344.81 1,520.87 707,823.94 610,267.99 459,243.44 6,079.58 144,944.97 86,307.52 86,307.52 310,200.00 310,200.00 1,670,104.98 6,604.98 1,663,500.00 120,881.68 120,881.68 2,003,914.40 8,025.58 40,592.43 31,835.99 1,885,202.40 38,258.00 94,775.46 94,775.46 398,943.45 6,852.98 392,090.47 718,590.08 10,065.63 708,524.45 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 992,852.98 6,852.98 986,000.00 250,530.86 250,530.86 399,495.12 6,852.98 392,642.14 1,162,563.02 6,563.02 98,179.60 98,179.60 99,412.82 99,412.82

Phase 1 & 2

Phase 1 & 2 Phase 1 Phase 2

ROBERTI EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) RODIA CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 RUSSELL EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 SAN PEDRO CAS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SAN PEDRO HS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT SAN PEDRO/WILMINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) SELLERY SP ED CTR PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 SOUTH SHORES PERF. ARTS MAGNET PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2009) Phase 1 & 2 TAPER EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2010) Phase 2 TOWNE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 TRUTH CONT. HS LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2007) Phase 1 & 2 VAN DEENE EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2006) Phase 1 & 2 WADSWORTH AVE. EL PBX - UPGRADE WADSWORTH EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WASHINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC)

9886 x 1956 x 6870 x * 7035 x * 7205 x * 8735 7419 x 7589 x 9575 x 9896 x

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 9884 x 7634 x * 7654 x 8487 x x x

Name WATERS EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WEIGAND EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2 WEST VERNON EL PBX - UPGRADE WHITE MS TOKEN RING PBX - UPGRADE TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WHITE POINT EL PBX - UPGRADE WILLENBERG SPECIAL EDUC. CTR. PBX - UPGRADE WILMINGTON EEC SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY (EEC) WILMINGTON MS PBX - UPGRADE TOKEN RING TELECOM LINE CONSOLIDATION LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2008) Phase 1 & 2 SECONDARY SCHOOL RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT WILMINGTON PARK EL PBX - UPGRADE LAN MODERNIZATION (E-Rate Year 2011-2012) Phase 1 & 2

Start Thu 9/15/05 Thu 9/15/05 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 12/12/03 Fri 7/1/11 Wed 3/17/04 Wed 3/17/04 Thu 12/4/03 Thu 12/4/03 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 4/5/07 Thu 5/7/09 Thu 7/1/10 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Mon 3/14/05 Mon 3/14/05 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 12/13/04 Fri 2/9/07 Mon 3/2/09 Thu 7/1/10 Tue 3/23/04 Tue 3/23/04 Fri 7/1/11

Finish Fri 12/16/05 Fri 12/16/05 Mon 6/30/14 Fri 12/12/03 Mon 6/30/14 Mon 9/30/13 Wed 3/17/04 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 2/23/04 Mon 3/22/04 Thu 5/3/07 Wed 9/30/09 Fri 6/29/12 Thu 6/24/04 Thu 6/24/04 Fri 3/12/04 Fri 3/12/04 Wed 4/27/05 Wed 4/27/05 Fri 6/29/12 Tue 3/23/04 Wed 10/5/05 Tue 3/6/07 Wed 6/30/10 Fri 6/29/12 Mon 6/30/14 Tue 3/23/04 Mon 6/30/14

Board Member Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic Vladovic

Funding Source K K Y K K K K-R R-Y Y K K K K K K-R R-Y Y K Y

7767 x 1957 x 9585 x 8490 x x x

Estimated Project Budget 90,773.78 90,773.78 992,604.98 6,604.98 986,000.00 1,162,852.98 6,852.98 1,538,934.08 18,329.29 6,073.58 15,543.13 1,470,730.08 28,258.00 6,855.77 6,855.77 594.14 594.14 98,985.58 98,985.58 1,553,411.39 6,073.58 14,163.24 17,180.55 1,487,736.02 28,258.00 1,669,573.58 6,073.58 1,663,500.00

7781 x *

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Loc Code 0 0 0 x 0 x x x x

Name

Start

Finish

Board Member

Board Member: Z - Other Projects
RADIOS RADIOS SCHOOL POLICE School Police WAN Beaudry Building Gardena Node Van Nuys Node West Los Angeles Node

Thu 9/1/05
Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Thu 9/1/05 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06 Mon 4/3/06

Thu 12/30/10
Thu 12/30/10 Thu 12/30/10 Wed 1/31/07 Wed 1/31/07 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Wed 4/30/08 Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects Z - Other Projects

Funding Source

Estimated Project Budget

12,101,733.00
7,222,953.00 7,222,953.00 1,902,850.00 1,902,850.00 2,975,930.00 2,975,930.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Y R R-Y R-Y R-Y R-Y

Legend: √ =Complete * =Project is contingent upon E-Rate Funding x =Final Budget IT INFRASTRUCTURE Notes: Project costs include design, construction & testing; actual cost if completed & estimated budget if in progress STRATEGIC EXECUTION PLAN

Fund Sourcing: E= Erate K= Measure K R= Measure R Y= Measure Y I= Measure K Interest

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Request for Approval for Non-ITD Provided Internet Service Provider Connection Form ITD-SEC-102
(Version 1, 5/13/2005)

Los Angeles Unified School District Information Technology Division

Identification (to be completed by the Administrator)
Please print all information.

Request Date: ___|___|___

• • • •

Name (First) ____________________________ (MI) ______ (Last) ___________________________________ Title _________________________________ Employee # ___________________

LAUSD email: ______________________@lausd.__________________ School/Office Name____________________________________ Phone # ( ) ________ - ___________

This document serves as a request for a network connection from the school or office shown above to the Internet via an alternative Internet Service Provider (ISP) to the Information Technology Division (ITD). Pertinent information regarding the requested ISP connection is provided below. School or Office Location: __________________________________ Internet Service Provider Name: ______________________ Internet Connection type (T1/DSL/Cable Modem/etc.) ___________________________________________ Purpose of connection: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Reason connection cannot be provided by ITD: (attach additional sheets if necessary) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Legal or Contractual requirements for ISP connection: (attach supporting documentation) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature of Requesting Administrator: _______________________________________________________________

For ITD Use Only • Date Request Received : ____|____|____ Security Recommendation: Approve/Deny Chief Information Officer Decision: Approve/Deny Initials of ITD Security Director: _______________ I Date ____|____|____

Signature of Chief Information Officer:___________________________________

Please FAX this form to: Los Angeles Unified School District Office of IT Security (213) 241-8400 Keep a copy

Print Form

Request for Connect-ED User ID School/Local District Access
SECTION 1: TO BE COMPLETED BY THE REQUESTOR Please print all information. All fields are required. • Name (First) • Title: • LAUSD email: • School/Office Name: • School Location Code: Local District: Building: (MI) (Last)

Los Angeles Unified School District Connect-ED Notification System

LAUSD Employee # @lausd.net (Only LAUSD email addresses accepted.) Telephone # ( ) -

Submission / Agreement (to be agreed to and signed by requestor)
By logging in to the Connect-ED notification system application, I understand that I will have access to school-level student and employee contact information and agree that: • I understand the information available within this system must be protected according to the requirements of LAUSD Bulletin 1077, “Information Protection Policy,” and State and Federal laws regarding the protection of the privacy of student and personal information. • I will not discuss with non-authorized personnel any information regarding these records. • I will not allow any of these records to be viewed by non-authorized personnel. • I understand that I will be the only one authorized to use my LAUSD User Name and Password. • I will follow all requirements of the LAUSD “Acceptable Use Policy” (Bulletin 999) found at http://www.lausd.net (Link to the “AUP” is at the bottom right corner of screen). Violations of the above agreement above may result in disciplinary action as specified in District Bulletins 999 and 1077. Violations of the agreement may also be violations of state and/or federal law and carry legal liability and/or penalties.

Agreed/Signed: _____________________________________________________ Date: _______/_______/_______ SECTION 2: Connect-ED Notification System Access Request - Administrator Approval of Site/Local District
Requests for Connect-ED access must be approved by the Principal or designee; Local District requests by the Superintendent or designee.

• User ID Request: (Select • Purpose for Access: • User Role: (Select

one of the listed options)

New

Change

Delete In place of:

one of the listed user roles)

Standard User

Non-Emergency User

Attendance User

• Print Principal’s/Local District Administrator’s NAME and TITLE: • Principal’s/Local District Administrator’s email address: • Principal’s/Local District Administrator’s Signature: Date: / @lausd.net /

SECTION 3: Connect-ED Teacher - Administrator Approval for Super User Access Request (Principal’s Designee)
Requests for Connect-ED Teacher Super User (Principal’s Designee) access must be approved by the Principal.

• Connect-ED Teacher Super User Access (Principal’s Designee) Request:
(Select one of the listed options)

New

Change

Delete

• Print Principal’s NAME and TITLE: • Principal’s email address: • Principal’s Signature: Date: / @lausd.net /

The signature below authorizes the requestor in Section 1 to be the Principal’s Designee for Connect-ED Teacher Super User access:

ITD Use Only
User Name User Role(s) Assigned Group(s) Assigned User Account Reactivate ____ Deactivate ____ Account Status / Date Active __________ Inactive_________

Special Instructions: ___________________________________________________________________________ ( ) Approved ( ) Disapproved – Reason__________________________________________________________

ITD Security_______________________________________________________________ Date_____|_____|_____
Send the approved form via School Mail to ITD, Beaudry Building, 10th Floor -or- Fax to (213) 241-8486.

Los Angeles Unified School District

Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines
Revised 6/17/08

Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

Table of Contents
OVERVIEW ...............................................................................................................................................3  ACCESS TO CONNECT-ED ....................................................................................................................3  Connect-ED User Roles .................................................................................................... 3  USAGE .....................................................................................................................................................4  MESSAGE TYPES ...................................................................................................................................4  MESSAGE FREQUENCY .........................................................................................................................5  MESSAGE LENGTH .................................................................................................................................5  MESSAGE DELIVERY TIMES .................................................................................................................5  MESSAGE RECORDING OPTIONS ........................................................................................................6  MESSAGE LANGUAGE PREFRENCES ..................................................................................................6  DISTRICT-WIDE MESSAGES ..................................................................................................................6  MESSAGE DELIVERY DATA ...................................................................................................................7  INCORRECT TELEPHONE NUMBERS ...................................................................................................7  CORRECTION OF CONTACT INFORMATION .......................................................................................7  TIPS FOR RECORDING MESSAGES .....................................................................................................7  SAMPLE MESSAGES ..............................................................................................................................8  Attendance ........................................................................................................................ 8  Start of School ................................................................................................................... 8  Open House ...................................................................................................................... 8  Fundraiser ......................................................................................................................... 8  FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ......................................................................................................9 

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OVERVIEW
The NTI Connect-ED service is a mass communication system that allows schools and the District to disseminate important messages to parents and staff within minutes. This Internetbased tool enables schools to send voice and e-mail messages to students’ parents/guardians to support emergency notification and response, community involvement, and student attendance. The Connect-ED service provides the technology, comprehensive reports, tips, and customer support needed for effective use of the system. All that is required to use this system is a Connect-ED account, a personal computer with Internet access, a web browser and a phone. This document provides designated users of the Los Angeles Unified School District with recommended procedures and practical suggestions for the appropriate and effective use of Connect-ED in sending important information to parents and staff. If you need immediate assistance in using the Connect-ED notification system, you may call the Connect-ED 24-hour Customer Care at (866) HELP-NTI (435-7684) or email to support@blackboardconnected.com.

ACCESS TO CONNECT-ED
Schools Multiple staff members at each school will be allowed access to the system (e.g., the principal, other administrators, and a staff member responsible for attendance monitoring). Only designated staff may record and distribute messages to families and employees of their school. An exception is made for the individual recordings of messages in languages other than English. A principal may designate another staff member to record such messages, but passwords must be protected in accordance with District policy. Local District Superintendents have the ability to send messages to the parents and staff within their local district. The offices of the Superintendent and the Chief Operating Officer will have complete access to the system, and will coordinate all emergency messages on behalf of the District. Other groups not specifically mentioned above can utilize the system with approval of the local site administrator.

Local District Offices Central Office

Other

Connect-ED User Roles
The system allows for three types of access, in the form of user roles. The chart below describes the user role, level of access, and personnel typically assigned to the role.
Access Description Able to send all types of notifications, including outreach general notifications, attendance, and emergency; can also create contact groups within the school population Non-Emergency User Able to send outreach and attendance notifications only; can also create contact groups within the school population Attendance User Can only send attendance notifications Role Standard User Types of Users Principal + alternate (principal designee)

Assistant Principals; School Administrative Assistants Attendance Office Clerks

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Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

When employees are transferred or leave the District’s employment, access to Connect-ED will be terminated. If additional employees require access to Connect-ED, they must submit the Connect-ED User ID Request Form, located under Inside LAUSD, within E-Library (go to http://notebook.lausd.net > E-Library > Templates and Forms).

USAGE
Schools can only use the system at the express direction of the principal. Each principal should carefully consider and communicate to appropriate staff the way in which this tool will be incorporated into existing school communication efforts and plans. In addition, please keep the following points in mind. • • • • The system should only be used for matters within the local control and authority of the, unless directed otherwise by the Superintendent or a Local District Superintendent. The system must be used in accordance with all related District policies and rules. The system may not be used to disseminate information on behalf of political candidates or parties, unions, religious organizations, or to advertise commercial events or products. The system should not be used for the dissemination of non-essential information that could more appropriately be conveyed through other communications vehicles. Overuse of the system for the dissemination of non-essential messages could potentially overburden or irritate recipients. Care should be taken to eliminate duplicate messages sent to the same recipients containing the same or similar information. In general, if two children attend the same school, and a message is sent to all families within that school, the system will automatically remove the duplication. But if two children in different grades attend the same school, and one message is sent to one grade and a different message sent to the other, the system will not remove the duplication.

MESSAGE TYPES
Below is a description of the four types of messages available to schools and offices.
Attendance Outreach Attendance messages alert parents/guardians to student absences on the day of the absence. Outreach messages notify parents/guardians and staff of important news or developments, upcoming events, PTSA meetings, fundraisers, report cards, and similar happenings within the District or school. Emergency messages can include weather-related disasters or any incidents and events that endanger the health and safety of students or employees. Unlike the other types of messages, emergency messages are made to all telephone numbers in the Connect-ED system for each student and employee. Any emergency pertaining to the entire District, or a significant percentage of schools, will be sent from LAUSD Central Office. The Superintendent, or designee, sends all weatherrelated emergency messages, such as school closure due to flood. For emergencies at individual schools, principals must consult with their Local District Superintendent, prior to sending any message. Schools no longer have to rely on the local media to convey information to parents during an emergency situation.

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Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

A school can quickly minimize concern by issuing an emergency message through Connect-ED. Keep in mind that parents’ first question will be about the safety and wellbeing of their own children. Therefore, the script for any emergency call must include the most complete information available, while addressing typical issues, such as special dismissal schedules, or where to pick up their children. Example: A school must go to a designated shelter just before dismissal because an outsider is being sought by police. Hearing the report over their police scanners, television stations send crews to the school and begin live reports. Using Connect-ED, the principal could contact parents to let them know students are safe and will be dismissed as soon as is practicable, then follow up with a second telephone call when dismissal begins. Interactive Survey Interactive survey messages allow recipients, using a telephone keypad, to RSVP for school events or to provide input on school issues. Responses are automatically captured and reported through the Connect-ED system.

MESSAGE FREQUENCY
LAUSD pays for Connect-ED on a per-student basis, not a per-call basis. While this arrangement in theory allows for an unlimited number of calls, NTI, the company that created Connect-ED, has researched best-practice methods that should govern LAUSD usage. • • Attendance and emergency calls should be made only as needed. Parents appreciate the timely notice, no matter how frequent. This includes reminder calls to select groups of students (a weekly Thursday evening call to students involved in Saturday morning tutoring, for example). Community outreach and interactive survey messages to all parents in a school should be limited to 2-3 calls per month. No more than 15-20 district-wide community outreach or interactive survey calls should be made in a school year.

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MESSAGE LENGTH
Messages should last no longer than 60 seconds. If a message is longer than 60 seconds, a recipient is likely to lose interest and hang up; or an answering machine or voice mail system may cease to record after that length of time. Best practice suggests that messages of 30 to 45 seconds are optimal. This allows adequate time to record important points without losing the recipient’s attention.

MESSAGE DELIVERY TIMES
Because Connect-ED will make several attempts to deliver calls that initially meet busy signals or go unanswered, please schedule your calls to start in the afternoon, no later than 5 p.m.; this allows for repeat attempts to be completed by 7 p.m. on the date of delivery. Do not schedule messages to be delivered between the hours of 9 p.m. and 8 a.m. unless the message is timesensitive or emergency-related. Note: Remember to select Pacific Time when scheduling message delivery.

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Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

MESSAGE RECORDING OPTIONS
Messages can be recorded in three ways: record with voice, text-to-speech or a hybrid of the two approaches. The “record with voice” option should be used whenever possible. The “text-tospeech” or “hybrid” options are only appropriate for attendance messages. Text-to-speech messages can be delivered in English or Spanish; a general attendance message has been recorded for schools that choose this option for attendance messages. In a text-to-speech attendance message the first name of the student, the date and the school name is automatically inserted into each call. Two disadvantages exist in using the text-to-speech option: 1) text-to-speech voice is computer-generated and not as effective as using natural speech, and 2) the message cannot be listened to prior to sending. When using the text-tospeech option, always proofread your message carefully. The District asks that schools use the “record with voice” option for most messages. Best practice suggests that each school establish a single voice for its messages (or a voice in each language in which messages are delivered, if necessary) to make the messages recognizable and more credible. The principal is the preferred voice for a school. The “record with voice” option is especially effective when delivering emergency messages. It personalizes the call and lends a familiar, reassuring tone to an emergency situation. Also, a school or the District can listen to a “record with voice” message, prior to delivery, to check for accuracy.

MESSAGE LANGUAGE PREFRENCES
Messages should be recorded in the languages spoken by the majority of LAUSD families at your site. Connect-ED provides language delivery options based on the home language preference stored in LAUSD’s student information systems. Each school should designate appropriate staff members to translate or record messages in languages other than English. If a school has no staff member capable of providing a highquality translation of a script, Connect-ED provides a translation service which will translate and record your message in the desired language. The service takes approximately one hour to complete.

DISTRICT-WIDE MESSAGES
The Superintendent, in consultation with appropriate senior staff, will coordinate all district-wide messages. Emergency calls may include school closings or delays due to natural disasters, inclement weather, or other occurrences that may affect the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff. The Superintendent will also deliver messages to parents about district-wide events or special meetings, such as the Superintendent’s Town Hall meetings, college and/or job fairs, and more. For all other district-wide messages, a request must be submitted in writing to the Office of the Chief Operating Officer for review and approval at least 10 working days prior to the requested date of delivery. The written request should include the date and time of message delivery, the target audience, the general nature of the message, and a contact name and telephone number. Submitting a request does not guarantee approval for district-wide delivery.

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Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

Written requests may be sent to: Office of the Chief Operating Officer Attention: Mr. Earl Perkins 333 South Beaudry Avenue, 24th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 241-4133 / earl.perkins@lausd.net

MESSAGE DELIVERY DATA
Connect-ED sends detailed information about the receipt of every call to the person originating the message. Principals should frequently examine this data (hang ups, length a listener stayed on the call, etc.), and measure indicators such as attendance at events about which parents were notified to determine the effectiveness of the messages. Local District Superintendents should monitor school usage data to ensure the District is optimizing its return on the ConnectED investment.

INCORRECT TELEPHONE NUMBERS
The Connect-ED message delivery data includes a list of telephone numbers that do not work next to the corresponding student. Schools must contact families with bad telephone numbers, on a monthly basis, and obtain current data to replace old data in the student information system. Please refer to the Connect-ED Student Data Packet for assistance.

CORRECTION OF CONTACT INFORMATION
Connect-ED receives information directly from the human resources and student information systems. To update student contact information, enter the correct data directly into the appropriate student information system; for elementary and adult schools, ESIS and ASIS, respectively, and for secondary schools, ISIS. Secondary schools can refer to the Office Staff Quick Guide: Editing Contact Numbers in LAUSDMAX for assistance. For updating an employee’s contact information, the employee must complete a Change of Address Request Form (8201-16), and submit to the appropriate HR office. Changes in assignments must be completed through the appropriate Assignments Branch.

TIPS FOR RECORDING MESSAGES
Prepare • Know what you want to say. Make notes or bullets, practice, and then record the message. • Listen to your message after recording. Repeat recording until you are comfortable with the message. Repeat important information • Repeat important information (e.g., time, date, and location of a meeting) at least twice during the message – at the beginning and at the end of the message. Repeat important information. Grab their Attention • Let the recipient know immediately that the message contains important information from the school. • Begin the message with, “Hello, this is (principal’s name), principal of (school name) with an important message for you…”

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Connect-ED Notification System Usage Guidelines

Be Yourself • Deliver your message as if you are speaking to a parent across the table. • Think about tone, inflection, emphasis, but most importantly be natural.

SAMPLE MESSAGES
Throughout the school year, School Operations will be in contact with principals to offer suggestions on possible messages to be sent to parents. The recommendations will be sent by e-mail on a regular basis. Below is an initial set of examples:

Attendance
Hello, this is (principal’s name), principal of (school name), calling to inform you that your child was absent today. As you know daily school attendance is critical to promoting high academic achievement. Please contact (attendance clerk’s name) to discuss your child’s absence. As always, thank you for your support in helping us provide your child with a quality education. Should you have questions, please call the school at 000-000-0000.

Start of School
Hello, this is (principal’s name), principal of (school name), with an important message for you. I am calling to welcome you and your child to an exciting new school year. We look forward to the first day of school on (first day of school). The faculty and staff are excited about the year ahead and partnering with you to help provide a quality education for your child. We look forward to seeing you on (first day of school). In the interim, please feel free to call us at 000-000-0000.

Open House
Hello, this is (principal’s name), principal of (school name), with an important message for you. I am calling to invite you to our open house on (day and date), at (time). This will be a great opportunity for you to visit your child’s classroom and meet your child’s teachers. We hope that you will make plans to join us. We look forward to seeing you on (day and date) at (time) for our open house. For more information please call the school at 000-000-0000.

Fundraiser
Hello, this is (principal’s name), principal of (school name). I am calling to inform you of a school-wide fundraiser that we are sponsoring. It is called (name of fundraiser). We hope to use the proceeds to (purpose of fundraiser). On (day/date) your child will bring home information about the fundraiser. We hope you will support this effort. As always, thank you for your continued support in helping us provide a quality education for your child. For more information, please call Mr./Ms.________________________ at 000000-0000.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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How many telephone numbers and email addresses for a particular student can the Connect-ED system accommodate? The system can hold five telephone numbers and two email addresses per student. Multiple numbers are called only in emergency situations. I am a principal at ABC High School. Can I send messages to the homes of students attending the middle schools in my feeder pattern? No; principals can send messages only to the homes of students within their own schools. However, principals are encouraged to work together to send messages that may be initiated by one school but impact other schools within the feeder pattern. For example, ABC High School is hosting an informational session about upcoming jazz band auditions. Incoming ninth-grade students currently in the eighth grade at the local middle school may be interested in the auditions. The principals at the two schools may choose to work together to make sure the message gets to appropriate students at both schools. Can messages be sent to parents’ e-mail addresses? The Connect-ED system does have the capability to send messages to e-mail addresses. Secondary schools may enter one email address per contact within ISIS. Please see Office Staff Quick Guide: Editing Contact Numbers in LAUSDMAX and Connect-ED Student Data Packet for details. I am an elementary school principal. A grade-specific test is just a few weeks away and I want to send a message to just the parents of all fourth-grade students in my school reminding them of this important test. Is this possible? Yes; Connect-ED allows you to create subgroups within your school. For instance, you can create groups by grade level, club affiliation, and other classifications. What is the maximum number of subgroups I am able to create? With the Connect-ED system, there is no limit to the number of subgroups you can create. From where does Connect-ED obtain student contact information? The information is downloaded daily from ESIS, ASIS, and ISIS, which means that the information used by Connect-ED is only as good as the information maintained by schools. Does the Connect-ED system provide me with any data regarding the status of calls delivered? Yes; principals receive daily reports via e-mail with detailed information about calls made for their schools. One of the items on the reports is a list of bad phone numbers. It is important that principals print this list and follow established procedures for correcting bad or inaccurate contact information. How do I receive additional help or training for Connect-ED? You may call the Connect-ED 24-hour Customer Care at (866) HELP-NTI (435-7684). You may also contact your school’s client care representative, who will be identified at the top right corner of the Notification Technologies, Inc. home page when you sign in with your user ID and password.

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Welcome
On-Line Conference Room Booking with Outlook: Headquarters Conference and Training Rooms

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Overview
Purposes for Newly Automated Conference Room Reservation System: To more fully utilize the resources within the building With more efficient use of existing rooms, the need to take valuable space to build additional rooms will be minimized. Users will be able to more quickly identify and reserve a room with the necessary capacity and resources. Checking room and attendee availability can be done concurrently. Cancellations or rescheduling can be done more quickly and efficiently Even a last minute meeting can be scheduled by quickly reviewing available rooms online.

Policies/Procedures
Available on first-come, first-served basis Room calendars will be available for others to see who has them booked Recurring meetings allowed for up to 3 months at a time Conference rooms are invited to meetings as Resources, and will auto-accept, if the time is available

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook
Start with a Meeting Request From the Menu bar go to“Actions” and select a “New Meeting Request”.

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook - Inviting
From the Select Attendees and Resources window, select “Conference Rooms” invite the conference room that you want to reserve, while inviting other attendees •Rooms should be invited as Resources

Conference Room Details
Floor, Room #, Location

Room Function

Name, Seats, Size

Conf Room Phone Seats, Size, Markerboards, Screens, Projectors

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Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook – Free/Busy Time
•Free/Busy times for the room and attendees are displayed •You can invite multiple people and a room, and use “AutoPick Next” to find the first time that everyone is available at the same time

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook
•Make the Subject line descriptive; this will be visible to others •Comments and file attachments will be stripped from the Conference Room’s calendar, but will be sent to other recipients •The “Private” flag will be ignored; meeting information will be visible to all •Click the “Send” button

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook - Accepted
•If the room is available, the meeting request will be accepted, and you will get a positive response back •The meeting location is automatically set when you invite a room resource

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook - Rejected
•If the room is not available, the meeting request will be declined, and you will get a rejection

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook – Recurring Meetings
•If you try to set a recurring meeting for more than 3 months, it will be rejected •Meeting times without conflict will be accepted; times with conflicts will be rejected

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook – Recurring Meetings
•Recurring meetings will be accepted even if there are some conflicts •Conflicting dates will receive a separate ‘Decline’ message

Reviewing Calendars for Conference Rooms
•Open Other User’s Folder, and open the Calendar folder for the room you want to review

Cancelling Meetings
•Be considerate to others and cancel meetings that will not be held •The meeting organizer is the person who is responsible for cancelling meetings that will not be held •Go to “Actions” and scroll down to “Cancel Meeting”

Cancelling Meetings (cont.)
•When you cancel a meeting, be sure to send the cancellation notice, so the room will be freed up again. •Cancelled meetings will be removed from the Conference Room calendar

Scheduling Headquarters Conference Rooms with Outlook Web Access
•Similar to using full Outlook client except: •OWA can only use the Global Address List •Find all Conference Rooms by typing “Conference” into the box •Invite conference rooms as resources •OWA users can only view free/busy times for calendars

Let’s get started…

Congratulations
You have successfully participated in the virtual session on how to schedule a conference room at Headquarters using your LAUSD Microsoft Outlook. For more information you may visit us at http://mo.laschools.org and click on Policies and Procedures under Headquarters .

LAUSD ITD Service Desk

How to Update Single Sign-On Profile

(03/23/09) © LAUSD ITD Service Desk 333 S. Beaudry Ave. 9th Floor Phone 213.241.5200

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How to Update Single Sign-on Profile
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link.

4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed. 5. Click on the third option “Login to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question

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6. Enter your current Single Sign-On username and password

7. Click Login 8. Update your information and click on Submit

9. Single Sign-On console will display the following notification.

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10. Click on Logout in the top right hand corner of the page.

You will receive a confirmation message indicating “User profile updated successfully.” You will also receive an email with the subject “LAUSD Account Management: User Profile Notification” for additional confirmation. Note: Only use numbers and letters (alphanumeric characters) in the fields. Any other characters or symbols may cause your update not to work. The Description field will reflect to the Department in the Global address book. Screenshot from Outlook Web Access (OWA)

Screenshot from Outlook 2003

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Fields from the SSO Console – Profile Update vs. the Outlook Field Here is how the fields in the SSO Console – Profile Update screen compare to the fields in Outlook 2003, Outlook Web Access, or Entourage 2004/2008:
Single Sign-On Self Service Work Phone Description Office Location Street City Zip Code Outlook/Entourage Phone Department Office Address City Zip Code

Note: If you use Outlook 2003 in the Cached Exchange Mode, you will need to wait 24 hours for the change to take affect.

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LAUSD ITD Service Desk

Single Sign-On Quick Reference Guide

(01/29/09) © LAUSD ITD Service Desk 333 S. Beaudry Ave. 9th Floor Phone 213.241.5200

Table of Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 2 Current Active Accounts (What to do immediately) Employees without an Active E-mail (Single Sign-On) account Single Sign-On Rules How to Access the Single Sign-On Web Site...................................................................... 3 How to Self Activate your LAUSD E-mail Account How to Reset A Forgotten Password .................................................................................. 4 How to review and Update Information About Yourself ...................................................... 4 Update your Contact Information in the Global Address Book (GAB) Change your Password Change your Password Hit Question and Answer ITD Mission Statement and Contact Information ................................................................ 5

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Introduction
Single Sign-On is a web-based application accessible through the District’s internal web site. Allows new and existing LAUSD employees to: • Activate your LAUSD E-Mail account (new users only). • Reset a forgotten password. IMPORTANT: You must first set your Password Hint Question and Answer before you can reset a forgotten password. • Review and update LAUSD work location information, change an existing password, set or change Password Hint Question and Answer.

Current Active Accounts What to do Immediately:
Employees WITH an active E-Mail account need to: • Set their LAUSD account Password Hint Question and Answer. • Update their LAUSD work location information.

Employees WITHOUT an active E-Mail account need to:
• • Self-activate an LAUSD account. o The Password Hint Question and Answer will set during self activation. Update their LAUSD work location information.

Tip: If you have forgotten your password and have not set your “Password Hint Question and Answer,” please contact the ITD Service Desk at 213-241-5200 Press menu option 4 then 3 for assistance or visit http://techsupport.lausd.net for other support options.

Single Sign-On Password Rules:
• • • • • Passwords must be between 8 and 20 characters in length. Passwords cannot be the same as the Username. Passwords must consist of a mix of alphabetic and numeric characters. Passwords cannot contain more than 3 repeating characters. For example, including “aaaa” in your password would make it invalid. Passwords must not be found in a dictionary of commonly used passwords. This password dictionary will only apply to words of 7 or more characters. Commonly used passwords include values like “abcd1234” or “password1”.

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How to Access the Single Sign-On Web Site
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link. 4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed.

How to Self-Activate Your LAUSD E-Mail Account
• • • • • • • Click on the “Activate your LAUSD E-Mail account” link. Click on the Accept button for the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) page. Enter your 8 digit Employee Number (e.g. 00123456 or 01234567), Date of Birth and the Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and click on the Next button. Type in a new password in both the “New Password” and the “Re-enter new password” fields. (The password must be the same in both fields.) Select a password hint question from the dropdown list. Provide an answer for your hint question and click on the Next button. Click on the OK button to return to the Single Sign-On Home Page.

Note: The password hint question and answer will be used to verify your identity when you attempt to reset a forgotten password.

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How to Reset a Forgotten Password
• • • • • • Click on the “Reset a forgotten password” link. Enter your 8 digit Employee Number (e.g. 00123456 or 01234567), Date of Birth and the Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and click on the Submit button. Type in a new password in both the “New Password” and the “Re-enter new password” fields. (The password must be the same in both fields.) Answer the hint question and click on the Submit button. You will receive a confirmation message indicating “Action was successful.” You will also receive an E-Mail with subject “LAUSD Account Management: User Password Notification” for additional confirmation. Click on the OK button to return to the Single Sign-On Home Page.

How to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question
• • Click on the “Login to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question” link. Enter your username and password and click on the Login button.

Update your Information • Click on the appropriate fields and update your information. (Only information in the text boxes can be modified). • Click on the Submit button. • You will receive a confirmation message within 24hrs indicating “User profile updated successfully.” You will also receive an E-Mail with the subject “LAUSD Account Management: User Profile Notification” for additional confirmation. Change Your Password • Click on the “Change password or password hint” button. • Type your old password and new password (and re-enter your new password) in the appropriate fields. Click on the Submit button. Tip: Read password rules carefully. Change Your Password Hint Question and Answer • Select a password hint question from the dropdown list. • Type in your answer in the “Hint Answer” field and click on the Submit button. • You will receive a confirmation message indicating “Password Hint Update Successful.” • Click on the Logout icon located in the top right corner of the page to return to the Single Sign-On Home Page.

If you have any questions regarding Single Sign-On, please call the ITD Service Desk at 213-241-5200 press menu option 4 then 3 for assistance or visit http://techsupport.lausd.net for other support options.

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The mission of Information Technology Division is to support our schools, offices and local community by:
• • • • Developing and maintaining computer software/hardware systems to provide the District with timely and efficient delivery of electronic information. Providing telecommunication services, and maintaining the District's local area and wide areas networks at all schools and business offices. Managing projects to automate existing manual processes, and integrating existing IT assets into a secure interoperable system to enhance productivity at all business and education locations within Los Angeles Unified School District. Broadening the information resources available to the schools, to enrich the classroom experience for all students and teachers.

LAUSD Information Technology Division Communications Training and Support Services 333 South Beaudry Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90017 ITD Service Desk 213-241-5200 E-mail: ask-itd@lausd.net Or visit: http://techsupport.lausd.net/

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LAUSD ITD Service Desk

LAUSD Single Sign-On User Guide

(01/26/2009) © LAUSD ITD Service Desk 333 S. Beaudry Ave. 9th Floor Phone 213.241.5200 • Fax 213.241.5224

Table of Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 2 How to Access Single Sign-On Web Page ......................................................................... 3 How to Set Your Password Hint Question and Answer ...................................................... 5 How to Change Your Password .......................................................................................... 9 How to Reset a Forgotten or Expired Password ................................................................. 13 How to Update your Work Location and Contact Information ............................................. 16

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Introduction
Single Sign-On is a web-based application that will give new and existing LAUSD employees the ability to perform the following functions: 1. Self-Activate an LAUSD account. (For employees that do not have an LAUSD account or have not activated) • Current employees will activate their account and receive an Exchange account email account (e.g., abc4567@lausd.net). • New employees will activate their account and receive an Exchange account (e.g., John.Doe@lausd.net). 2. Set your LAUSD account Password Hint Question and Answer. (You must know your existing password.) • Reset your password. (You must first set your Password Hint Question and Answer.) • Change your password. (You must know your existing password.) Update your LAUSD work location information. Employees WITH an active email account need to: Set the LAUSD account Password Hint Question and Answer. This will allow you to self reset your SSO account. You must also update the LAUSD work location information. Employees WITHOUT an active email account need to: Self Activate an LAUSD account. The Password Hint Question and Answer will be set during self activation. Update the LAUSD work location information. Note: If you have forgotten your password and have not set your “password hint question and answer,” please call the ITD Service Desk at 213-241-5200 menu option 4 then sub-menu option 1.

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How to access the Single-Sign-On Web Page
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link.

4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed.

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How to set your Password Hint Question and Answer
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link. 4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed.

5. Click on the third option “Login to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question” 6. Enter your current Single Sign-On username and password

7. Click Login

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8. Click on Change password of password hint button. Located right above your personal information.

9. The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) will come up. Make sure you read and understand the terms of the agreement and click Accept.

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10. In the Change Your Password Hint section; select a password from the drop down menu.

11. Provide an answer for your hint question.

12. Click on Submit

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13. You will be notified that action was successful in the middle of the page right above the Change you Password section. Also you will notice that once you click on submit the answer to your question will disappear this is normal.

14. Click on Logout in the top right hand corner of the page.

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How to Change Your Password
Please note that these instructions assume that your Single Sign-On as not expired. If your password has expired please refer to the Reset a forgotten password section on page 16. 1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link. 4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed.

5. Click on the third option “Login to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question”

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6. Enter your current Single Sign-On username and password

7. Click Login 8. Click on Change password of password hint button. Located above your personal information on the right hand side.

9. The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) will come up. Make sure you read and understand the terms of the agreement and click Accept (located at the bottom of the page).

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10. On the left hand side of the screen is the Change your Password option (You may need to scroll down the page). 11. To change your password enter the following information: a. Old Password – Your current SSO password b. New Password – Your new password c. Re-Enter new Password – Confirm your new password

12. Click on Submit

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13. You will be notified that action was successful in the middle of the page right above the Change you Password section.

14. Click on Logout located in the top right hand corner of the page.

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How to reset Forgotten or Expired Password
The instructions below assume that you already have a security question in place and that you know the answer to that security question.
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link. 4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed. 5. Select the second option Reset a Forgotten or Expired Password.

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6. The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) will come up. Make sure you read and understand the terms of the agreement and click Accept (located at the bottom of the page).

7. Step 1 Confirm your identity: a. Enter your 8 digit LAUSD employee number – If you have been assigned a 6 or 7 digit employee number make sure to enter zeros in front of your current employee number to make a total of 8 digits. (ex. 00123456 or 01234567) b. Enter your date of birth – Make you use the correct format and backslash between numbers. Also your birthday falls on a single digit January 1 1965 please enter 01/01/1965. c. Enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number

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9. Step 2 Provide a new password: a. New Password – Your new password b. Re-Enter new Password – Confirm your new password 10. Enter the answer to your security question

11. Click on Submit 12. Action was successful click OK to continue

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How to Update your Work Location and Contact Information
1. Launch your Internet browser (ex. Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari). 2. Go to the LAUSD Tech Support homepage by typing “http://www.techsupport.lausd.net” in the address bar and press enter. 3. On the right hand side of the page click on LAUSD Single Sign-On Self Service Console link. 4. The Single Sign-On Console page will be displayed.

1. Click on the third option “Login to review and update information about yourself, change your existing password, set or change your password hint question” 2. Enter your current Single Sign-On username and password

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4. Update your information and click on Submit

5. Single Sign-On console will display the following notification.

6. Click on Logout in the top right hand corner of the page.

The information will appear in the LAUSD.net Mail Global Address Book (GAB):

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The first step in assigning student email accounts is to have a school email sub-administrator. Some schools may already have an email sub-administrator. In the event your school does not have an email sub-administrator then your principal can designate a school email sub-administrator by contacting the ITD Service Desk and requesting that someone on her/his staff receive this type of access. Large schools may choose to have more than one email sub-administrator. The school email sub-administrator is responsible for creating and managing student accounts. The school email sub-administrator will receive a separate account (email sub-administrator account) with documentation that will allow her/him to create individual accounts or request the batch creation of 50 accounts or more.
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Deadline for Application Change requests is 12:00noon, Wednesday for Sunday of the following week (11-days).

Unless Approved by the Environment Team (ET) otherwise, all changes will be scheduled between 12:01AM and 10:00AM on Sundays. Instructions:
● All checkboxes with bold text labels must be filled in as confirmation of review (Enter "n/a" in text field if not applicable) ● Worksheet is protected, please use Tab key to move to next available unprotected cell; Checkboxes and radio buttons are accessible using the mouse.

Application: Change Description:

Requestor:

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Impact to Customers/Users (downtime, etc):

Downtime communicated to customers (required if downtime) Network Operations notified to turn off NAGIOS alerts during downtime (required if downtime; NOC@lausd.net)

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TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: PURPOSE:

Site Computer Inventory MEM-4170.1 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer

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Local District Supt Local District Support Directors

Division Leaders Office Managers Principals August 18, 2008 All Schools and Offices The purpose of this memorandum is to provide instructions for maintaining site and school level inventories of personal computers in a new District-wide computer inventory system. This revision replaces MEM-4170 of the same title issued on March 14, 2008. • • The content has been updated to reflect the change in the instructions for updating the site computer inventory. The collection of information regarding instructional computers is included for state reporting, which is due annually in October. This replaces the Technology Survey, Form 9. Please refer to Memorandum No. MEM-4322.1 “Approved Surveys/Reports, 200809,” dated July 21, 2008, for more information.

MAJOR CHANGES:

POLICY:

The Board of Education, has asked the Information Technology Division to develop a strategic plan for the cost-effective acquisition and management of computers to ensure that students and staff have up-to-date instructional computing facilities. Since these assets are managed by each site, the assistance of site-level administrators is requested to collect computer asset information and enter it into a District-wide computer inventory system. Currently, schools are required to maintain inventories in various formats per the following policies or regulations: • • • • • Education Code 35168 – Inventory of Equipment Board Rule 1703 – Responsibility of Principals for School Property BUL-953.0 - Control of Site Equipment, June 2, 2004 BUL-3508.1 - Inventory for Equipment Purchased Through Categorical Programs, February 4, 2008 REF-2633.1 - Inventory of Student Body Owned Equipment, Oct.10, 2007

INSTRUCTIONS:

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database of purchases made since 2004. The form has been modified as a result of feed back received from schools and offices that have used the form to update their inventories. Please update your site’s computer inventory by going to http://site-computer-inventory.noc.lausd.net/ and following the instructions provided on the website. The information required when updating is the following: 1. Name of person responsible for the inventory including title, phone number and E-mail address. 2. Each computer’s location, type, manufacturer, model, operating system, asset tag if available, serial number, purchase date and status. Computer status: • Assigned To This Location Code – Choose this status for computers assigned to your site, in use, checked out to staff, in your storage area, or awaiting salvage pickup. Salvaged – Choose this status for computers that were already picked up for salvage. Please refer to Bulletin No. DB-16 “Transportation Order for Equipment to be transferred to Salvage Warehouse or Another District Location,” dated August 2, 1999, for more information on disposing non-functional or obsolete computers. Stolen – Choose this status for computers that were stolen. A police report should be filed with School Police. Transferred To Another Location Code – Choose this status for computers that were transferred to another site. Unaccounted For – Choose this status for computers that are unaccounted for or you do not know the disposition.

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3. Identify the computers that are used for instructional purposes (includes computers that are owned or leased by the school that are used for direct instruction, curriculum development, classroom management, preparation of instructional materials, etc.). The Site Computer Inventory will be automatically updated monthly, with any new computers purchased and installed through the District integrator. MEM-4170.1 Information Technology

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This process was developed for site administrators to more effectively manage site computer inventories. The inventories will be used by ITD to develop a District-wide strategy for the cost-effective acquisition and financial management practices to help improve access to up-to-date instructional computing facilities for students and staff. Please complete the online site computer inventory form no later than October 1, 2008. Your site will be responsible for updating the form anytime there are changes to the inventory. The data will be used annually for required reporting and must be up to date by October 1 of each year. ASSISTANCE: If you have any questions or concerns please contact Helen Aguilar, at (213) 241-1316.

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PURPOSE:

Digital TV Transition MEM-4623 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer January 23, 2009

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The purpose of this Memorandum is to provide schools and offices with information regarding changes in the Digital TV Transition. Local TV broadcast stations, received using a rooftop or rabbit ears antenna, are moving from an analog to a digital signal. The U.S. government established February 17, 2009 as the deadline for all broadcast stations to convert to digital signals and terminate their analog signals. After this deadline, broadcast TV stations will stop transmitting using analog technology, and will start transmitting using a digital signal. There were several reasons why the Federal government made this change. They needed to free up the analog signal capacity to make it available to first-responders, such as local police and fire departments. Another reason for the change to a digital broadcast is to enable TV stations to improve sound and picture quality, to be able to transmit high-definition TV (HDTV) signals, and to provide more broadcast channels. High Definition Televisions (HDTVs) are not required to receive the digital signal. Standard digital televisions or analog televisions with a converter box are required. Televisions that are only connected to a video cassette recorder/player (VCR) or DVD player and not receiving broadcast channels will continue to function and are unaffected. This covers the majority of LAUSD schools. Schools that subscribe to cable or satellite (such as Time Warner, Cox, Charter, DISH, and DirectTV) may also not be affected, because the signal may already be converted under their current agreement with the provider. In order to prepare for the transition, the appropriate staff at schools and offices should: 1. Determine the location of their TV sets. 2. Determine the type of connection for each TV: a. How many TVs are only connected to DVD or VCR player? b. How many TVs are receiving broadcasting from a paid cable or satellite service (such as Time Warner, Cox, Charter, DISH, and DirectTV)? c. How many TVs are receiving over-the-air broadcasting from either a roof-top antenna or rabbit ear antenna? Page 1 of 2 January 23, 2009

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3. Use the following table as a guide: Type of Connection TVs that are only connected to DVD or VCR player. TVs that are receiving broadcasting from a paid cable or satellite service (such as Time Warner, Cox, Charter, DISH, and DirectTV). TV’s that are receiving broadcasting from a rooftop or rabbit ears antenna. Action None. These TVs will continue to function normally and are unaffected by the DTV transition. Verify with the customer service department of the paid cable or satellite service provider whether any change is required to continue receiving channels. These TVs will each require a converter box or will need to be replaced with digital TVs.

The Federal Government has a coupon program that provides up to $40 for the purchase of the digital converter boxes. This program is only available to residents at this time. Residents that request coupons can donate them (they may not sell them for any price) to schools. Each resident is eligible to receive two coupons.

RELATED RESOURCES:

Educational Technology website at http://edtech.lausd.net Federal Communications Commission DTV transition website at http://www.dtv.gov Cable in the Classroom website at http://www.ciconline.org For assistance or further information please contact the ITD Helpdesk at http://www.techsupport.lausd.net/ or 213-241-5200.

ASSISTANCE:

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TITLE:

Service and Repair for Gateway Computers within Their Warranty Period MEM-4596 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer January 21, 2009

NUMBER: ISSUER:

DATE: GUIDELINES:

On November 7, 2008, MPC Corporation (provider of warranty service for the District’s Gateway computers) filed for bankruptcy. While the District contract for the purchase of any new MPC/Gateway computers expired in July 2008 and was not renewed, there are still computers that were purchased prior to that that are under the 3 year and 5 year onsite, repair/replace warranty. As of December 29, 2008, MPC Corporation opted to liquidate their assets and will not be providing warranty service any longer for the Gateway computers. The Office of the General Counsel is looking at legal ways to recover costs for contractual services not provided. Gateway computer purchases were made through a contract directly with Gateway. Arey-Jones also provides warranty support for Dell, HP, and Lenovo. Gateway subcontracted with Arey-Jones as their authorized warranty support provider. Since MPC/Gateway has opted to liquidate their assets and no longer provide products and services, Arey-Jones can no longer provide warranty support for Gateway computers. However, in order to minimize the impact to schools and offices, IT computer repair technicians will provide service to these computers. Repair support will follow the general repair guidelines described in the Reference Guide 1657.2. Repair/replacement service will not be provided for desktop mice, keyboards, or monitors. The consideration of the current value of the computer will also be used when determining if the equipment is “Beyond Economical Repair.” If the repair can be done with generic parts, IT computer repair technicians will attempt to service the machine. Should the repair require a specific MPC/Gateway part for repair and if it can no longer be acquired, the computer may be deemed irreparable.

ASSISTANCE:

To obtain service on your Gateway computer, please open an IT service request using Customer Self Service at http://techsupport.lausd.net/selfservice or connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net for more options.

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Family Module of the Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) Soon Available to Secondary Schools MEM-4730 Tony Tortorice, Chief Information Officer Information Technology Division Judy Elliott, Chief Academic Officer Office of Instruction

NUMBER: ISSUER:

ROUTING Secondary School Administrators, Counselors, SIS Coordinators Local District Superintendents, Administrators Instructional Services Administrators SHHS Administrators

DATE:
PURPOSE:

May 19, 2009 The purpose of this Memorandum is to inform you about a recent Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) module which was implemented to assist schools in increasing parent involvement by sharing up-to-the-minute information on student attendance and academic progress. This is a new memorandum. The ISIS Family Module is an online application that allows parents to view realtime student attendance and grades. Information about class assignments is also available if teachers use the ISIS electronic Gradebook and give viewing permission to parents. Currently, a number of secondary schools throughout the District are piloting the ISIS Family Module. Availability of the Family Module to all secondary and elementary schools is planned for Fall 2009 and 2010, respectively. At that time, the Family Module will be available in nine languages. If a secondary school would like to implement the Family Module before Fall 2009, in English and Spanish only, the principal may contact ISIS team member Norire (Norik) Simonian at 213.241.2217 or norire.simonian@lausd.net. The Family Module can help in building a community of informed parents at each school to support high quality teaching and learning. Each class period of every day, parents can see if their children are in class as soon as the teacher submits attendance. Parents also can view report card grades immediately after teachers submit them, before they are mailed home. Grades from the entire semester are displayed in order to show student progress. If a teacher uses the electronic ISIS Gradebook and gives viewing permission to parents, detailed information about class assignments, quizzes, tests, etc. is provided as well. These information sharing capabilities can be utilized to bring about desirable student outcomes, such as improved attendance, graduation rates and decreased

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student discipline problems. The Information Technology Division (ITD) continues to make data more readily available for teachers, administrators, and parents, via this tool and others, such as MyData. Visit the ISIS website (http://isis.lausd.net) to learn about more useful features planned for the months ahead.
RELATED RESOURCES: ASSISTANCE:

ISIS website: http://isis.lausd.net

For assistance, please contact ISIS team member Norire (Norik) Simonian at (213) 241-2217 or norire.simonian@lausd.net.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 2. REVISION HISTORY ......................................................................................................................................3 INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................................................4 2.1 DISTRICT IT AT A GLANCE ..........................................................................................................................4 2.1.1 Central Tier ...........................................................................................................................................5 2.1.2 Distribution Tier ....................................................................................................................................5 2.1.3 Edge Locations ......................................................................................................................................6 2.2 ORGANIZATION OF THE DOCUMENT ............................................................................................................7 3. LAUSD BACKGROUND..................................................................................................................................8 3.1 4. FOCUS ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY......................................................................................................8

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION.............10 4.1 4.2 4.3 CHARTER...................................................................................................................................................10 ITD ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE ..............................................................................................................12 RELATIONSHIP WITH PROCUREMENT .........................................................................................................13

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IT ARCHITECTURE AND SUMMARY ......................................................................................................14 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 IT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING DOMAIN ..............................................................................................14 IT SUPPORT DOMAIN.................................................................................................................................14 IT SECURITY DOMAIN ...............................................................................................................................15 INFORMATION DOMAIN – DATA REPOSITORIES AND RETRIEVAL ..............................................................15 APPLICATIONS DOMAIN ............................................................................................................................16 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE DOMAIN ......................................................................................................16 USER SYSTEMS DOMAIN ...........................................................................................................................17

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CURRENT STATE OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................18 6.1 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.1.3 6.1.4 6.1.5 6.1.6 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.3 6.3 6.4 6.5 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE DOMAIN ......................................................................................................18 Central Core -- WAN ...........................................................................................................................18 Edge Locations -- WAN .......................................................................................................................19 Edge Locations -- LAN ........................................................................................................................21 Telecommunications ............................................................................................................................22 Core IP Network Services – Centrally Maintained..............................................................................24 Convergence ........................................................................................................................................26 APPLICATIONS AND DATA DOMAIN ..........................................................................................................26 Central -- Business Functions and Data..............................................................................................27 Central -- Student and School Management Systems and Data...........................................................28 Application and Database Technologies .............................................................................................28 USER SYSTEMS DOMAIN ...........................................................................................................................30 INFORMATION SECURITY DOMAIN ............................................................................................................31 INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS ..............................................................................................................32

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1. REVISION HISTORY
Original Document Issue Revision – Change Plan Name from “IT Architecture Contract Summary” to “IT Architecture Summary” Revision – Updated Organization Charts Revision – Updated Network Diagrams June 30, 2006 March 1, 2007

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2. INTRODUCTION
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD/the District) is an educational institution serving the second largest student population in the country. It is committed to providing the highest quality instructional services to a constituency whose needs range broadly in both scope and complexity. As with other educational institutions, the District’s resources and budget are limited. To meet the IT needs of its constituency within these constraints; LAUSD pursues longterm solutions from a foundation of defined standards and proven interoperability. The District’s Information Technology Division (ITD) has developed this document as a resource for parties seeking to provide products and/or services to the District. The following sections provide an overview of District IT infrastructure to assist prospective vendors in providing more comprehensive proposals and solutions that maximize use of existing District technology assets and investment. The information contained within this document represents a snapshot in time. The District’s environment is dynamic, and it is important to note that while the District has made a substantial effort to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this information, ongoing change and the increasing scope of LAUSD technology infrastructure may result in infrastructure modifications not reflected by this document. The District makes no warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information contained in this document. Prospective vendors should directly validate any information in this document prior to using the information as the basis for decisions with a material impact. The following sub-section provides a high-level overview of District IT infrastructure. It contains a brief description of the underlying structure and scope of IT used within LAUSD to act as a foundation for the detail provided in subsequent sections. 2.1 District IT at a Glance

At the highest level, District IT architecture is comprised of three tiers: a central core, distribution layer, and edge locations consisting of over 1200 schools, adult education facilities, child development centers, administrative offices, and other functions spread across roughly 700 square miles. In each of these tiers, the District has deployed and maintains IT infrastructure to provide voice, data, and video services to its constituency. This document examines the services provided at each tier separately.

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Within the District’s central facilities is a core Wide Area Network (WAN) providing a highspeed, switched network fabric for TCP/IPbased communications. Data services across this fabric include 3270 access to central mainframes, Internet access via multiple connections and ISPs, and typical file and printer sharing services.

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Edge Edge User systems include Apple laptops and Location Location desktops, Intel-based desktops, servers, and Edge Location laptops. Applications include typical office automation applications for PCs and a wide variety of custom and COTS applications running on mainframe, UNIX-based midrange, and Windows-based microcomputer systems. Infrastructure IP address delivery and name resolution services (DHCP and DNS) are centrally managed with the former implemented on the router infrastructure and the latter served by AIX and Windows servers.

Traditional PBX systems and Voice over IP (VoIP) technology provide voice services within central locations. Additionally, the District makes extensive use of various radio frequency (RF) systems for specific voice applications including mobile communications for administrative staff and for the Los Angeles Schools Police Department (LASPD). The District’s broadcast television station KLCS provides a broad range of instructional programming via analog broadcast and has increased its capacity with the addition of multiple digital broadcast channels. The District is also exploring TCP/IP-based video delivery systems for deployment across its core network.

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The District IT infrastructure distribution tier connects edge locations to the core tier. For data communications, the majority of edge locations have one or more T1 circuits. These circuits run from the edge location into the carrier’s facility where they are aggregated into T3 circuits. The resulting T3 circuits are run to District distribution routers that provide connectivity to the core. Other forms of connectivity between the edge and core include DSL and wireless. DSL is used primarily to connect smaller locations in a cost-effective manner. In a few cases, 802.11 wireless connectivity is used to extend the edge connection at one edge location to other edge locations with close physical proximity.

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Edge Locations

District edge locations run the gamut from small offices in facilities shared with other organizations to large, multi-building school campuses. An equally broad range of technology is used to service these locations; however standards have been and continue to be applied to foster manageability. The majority of edge locations are District schools connected to the distribution tier (see above) via one or more T1 circuits terminating at the school in an edge router. The edge router is located in an access-controlled MDF and connected to an Ethernet switch for distribution throughout the building(s) directly or through intermediate switches and hubs. Building wiring includes both copper (predominately CAT-5) and fiber. Building backbone segments typically operate at gigabit or 100 megabit speeds. Installed LAN segments typically operate at 10 or 100 megabit and include a mix of switches and hubs. IP address delivery is provided via DHCP from the edge router, and name services (DNS) are provided centrally. Both DHCP and DNS are managed centrally. Edge locations access the Internet via connectivity to the core. User systems include a broad range of desktops and laptops of both Apple and Intel architecture. While current standards dictate newer operating Business Office LAN systems and hardware, components in use range from System 7.0 to OS 10.2 for Apple computers and from Users & Network Devices IDF Switch CAT 5e Windows 3.1 on Intel systems to Windows XP on newer machines.
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Organization of the Document

As with any complex technology environment, a detailed description of every technology area would require a document of excessive length. Instead, an overview and summary of the various IT architecture areas is provided and organized with the following structure:
LAUSD Background: Provides a brief summary of the District’s mission and the scope of

its infrastructure and constituency. ITD Organization Structure: Describes the organizational structure participating in or responsible for the technology functional areas listed above. IT Architecture and Summary: Lists the technology functional areas addressed by this version of the contract summary document. Overview of Current IT Architecture: Provides descriptions of the functional areas currently implemented.
ITD Standards and Specifications: Describes applicable standards and specifications

adopted by the District for technologies in the covered functional areas. ITD Major Initiatives: Describes major initiatives (if any) currently underway that may affect substantial change in the technology function areas covered by this document.

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The District provides educational services within the greater Los Angeles area including Los Angeles proper and several other cities in Los Angeles County. It is the second largest student population in the country with K-12 student enrollment over 727,000. The realities for the District include: Maintaining 431 elementary schools, 73 middle schools, 53 senior high schools, 30 opportunity and alternative schools and centers, 45 continuation high schools, 19 special education schools, 160 magnet schools and centers, 26 community adult schools, 111 children’s centers, 26 primary centers, 1 newcomer school, and 11 employment preparation centers. Multiple administration sites from small locations, to large, multi-floor office spaces. Providing educational services over an area of 710 square miles including several other cities in Los Angeles County. Providing technology services and support to approximately 45,000 certificated employees including teachers, counselors, library media teachers, nurses, school psychologists, and school and central administrators. Employing almost 33,000 classified, non-teaching employees. Ongoing evaluation of alternative educational approaches, including the use and integration of technology into the curriculum and instructional delivery within the District. The District’s mission is as follows: The teachers, administrators, and staff of the Los Angeles Unified School District believe in the equal worth and dignity of all students and are committed to educate all students to their maximum potential. To meet this mission the District, like other educational businesses, must leverage technology to respond to an evolving educational setting, raising demands of access to information and interconnection to the larger global community.

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Focus on Information Technology

The District realizes the importance of leveraging technology to respond to evolving demands of an educational environment the size of LAUSD. As a result, the LAUSD Information Technology Division (ITD) has established IT strategic initiatives to support the District goal of providing quality education to Los Angeles students. As one of the largest education providers in the country, the District is faced with unique challenges in terms of size and complexity. The successful implementation of the IT strategic initiatives will largely depend upon ITD’s ability to overcome the following challenges: Rapidly growing and changing instructional needs and technologies

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Securing adequate funding, expertise, and staffing Minimizing school and office disruptions, during transition periods Facility limitations and obstructions (e.g., electrical capacity, hazardous materials) The District must continually balance the expanding IT needs of its constituency with the realities of budgetary constraints. To be successful, it must leverage its current infrastructure as it implements additional IT services. Wholesale replacement of technology is both undesirable and unnecessary. The District cannot afford to abandon previous investments in technology; therefore, the following LAUSD Network Architecture Design Guidelines stress that the design of all information technology projects must adhere to: Standardize equipment (where possible) and cable installations to reduce maintenance and support costs Upgrade and replace equipment that is at its “end-of-life” to reduce maintenance costs due to high failure rates Design for the long term and consider life cycle costs Maximize the use of space by centralizing data, voice, and video systems Design for convergence, allowing, wherever possible, data networks, intercommunication, public address, and intrusion alarm systems to share the cabling backbone, thus reducing installation and long term maintenance cost Design for flexibility Specify affordable, durable, sustainable materials and equipment In addition, when determining IT projects, the following criteria are considered: Obsolescence and/or age of system impacting the ability to access instructional and central business applications Rate of failure due to extensive usage or incompatibility with emerging technologies Bandwidth needs-enrollment and classroom growth that have a direct impact on bandwidth needs; increased demand for video and graphics requires more bandwidth (data transfer capacity or speed of transmission of digital communications) Successful acquisition strategies, deployment projects, and long-term operation of IT require a comprehensive strategy that is carefully considered and effectively implemented. This is especially relevant when addressing the management of IT infrastructure as large and complex as the District’s. The District’s information technology infrastructure encompasses a variety of wired and wireless systems to carry and route voice and data communications.

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4. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
The organizational entity responsible for the delivery of technology within the District is the Information Technology Division (ITD). The ITD is organized to support all technology components of the District including: Strategic and IT Planning Business Systems and Applications Instructional Systems and Applications Data and Telecommunication Infrastructure – Wireless, LAN, WAN, Internet Access, and Voice Services IT Security User Systems including laptops, printers and other devices necessary for IT to input and extract data from the various District systems 4.1 Charter Align and direct IT resources to meet District instructional and business goals. Within LAUSD, the program management staff categorizes IT infrastructure projects into the following nine domain areas: Data Center Information Security Systems IT Enterprise Resource Local Area Networks Network Management and Services Radio Systems Telecommunications Voice, Video, and Data Convergence Wide Area Network When determining IT projects, the following criteria are considered: Obsolescence and/or age of system impacting the ability to access instructional and central business applications Rate of failure due to extensive usage or incompatibility with emerging technologies Bandwidth needs-Enrollment and classroom growth that have a direct impact on bandwidth needs; increased demand for video and graphics requires more bandwidth (data transfer capacity or speed of transmission of digital communications)

ITD’s primary role is to:

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The LAUSD Network Architecture Design Guidelines articulate the basic tenets included in the design of all information technology projects. These are: Standardize equipment (where possible) and cable installations to reduce maintenance and support costs Upgrade and replace equipment that is at its “end-of-life” to reduce maintenance costs due to high failure rates Design for the long term and consider life cycle costs Maximize the use of space by centralizing data, voice, and video systems Design for convergence, allowing, wherever possible, data networks, intercommunication, public address, and intrusion alarm systems to share the cabling backbone, thus reducing installation and long term maintenance cost Design for flexibility Specify affordable, durable, sustainable materials and equipment

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4.2

ITD Organization Structure

The head of the Information Technology Division is the Chief Information/Chief Financial Officer (CFO/CIO) Mr. Charles Burbridge, who manages the following departments: Education Technology Group coordinates IT educational technology in support of the Superintendent’s instructional goals to provide students and teachers with access to quality instructional resources and programs. Customer Service Group manages the Customer Support Help Desk, Computer Support Services, and on-site technician dispatch, which provide primary support services to schools and offices. In addition, the group manages training and on-going support services to all District staff in the use of core administrative and business applications. Enterprise Applications develops and supports enterprise software applications in support of student and information management systems, and the tools to manage business, human resources, payroll, school and student level data. IT Risk Management develops and oversees security strategies for the District’s use of information technology, and establishes and audits systems and procedures that prevent unauthorized access to or use of District technology resources. IT Infrastructure develops and designs the District’s overall information technology infrastructure. Establishes and maintains technology related standards and specifications, and architecture design. Manages programs related to IT infrastructure installations. ITD Shared Services manages the ongoing operation of central data processing and data center resources in support of educational and ITD missions. For detailed information about the staff and structure of the Information Technology Division, please refer to the appropriate sections of the District’s Web site: http://www.lausd.net/.

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Relationship with Procurement

As with all areas of acquisition, the procurement process for IT products is controlled from a process perspective by the District procurement office. However, ITD plays an important role in determining the requirements, standards and specifications for technology that will be procured. It must be stressed that all materials offered in this document are intended to support overall District procurement processes. The goal is not to replace processes and instructions provided by Procurement, but to clarify some vendor questions pertaining to the overall IT environment in the District, to provide support information such as IT specifications and requirements, and to support specific procurement activities involving IT buying decisions.

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5. IT ARCHITECTURE AND SUMMARY
Given the complexity of both the educational and IT environments within the District, ITD has spent this last year developing an overall IT architecture framework from which to plan and operate technology within the District. It describes, from an enterprise level, the types of technology used to support the District’s educational and business goals.
LAUSD IT Architecture Framework
IT Management IT Management and Planning and Planning Domain Domain
Governance Governance IT Policies & IT Policies & Procedures Procedures

IT Security Domain IT Security Domain Information Domain
Data Repositories & Retrieval

IT Support IT Support Domain Domain
Customer Customer Support Service Support Service

SAIC Architecture Framework – Navigational View
Network Infrastructure Domain
Network Network Management Management IT Projects IT Projects

Applications Domain

Data Center Data Center

IT Admin & IT Admin & Budgeting Budgeting Planning Planning

User Systems Domain
Architecture Architecture

Professional Professional Development Development

Business Environment and Governance

Instruction Administration Students Stakeholders The architecture is Students Instruction Administration Stakeholders described as an overall framework that organizes technology elements into segments, domains, and components areas. In all, there are seven primary domains within this framework. As shown in the graphic, there is a management domain, a support services domain, and five technical domains. Each of the domains is described below.

5.1

IT Management and Planning Domain

The IT Management and Planning Domain comprises various processes, systems and resources that manage, operate and maintain the IT investment of the District. This domain starts with the defining charter and governance statements that provide ITD authority to plan, manage, and maintain the IT assets for the District. It includes information on the IT policies and procedures that describe the various acquisition, installation, operation and support activities for the various technology elements. It also includes the newly developed IT security policies that are driving the efforts for additional safeguarding of IT systems and electronic data. Further, effective planning processes and requirements analysis are critical to management of the District’s complex IT environment. Given the high and increasing need for technology and the limits of resources, additional emphasis is placed on the management communication and planning processes to ensure stakeholder involvement in IT directions. 5.2 IT Support Domain

The IT Support Domain of the framework consists of the various components to successfully operate the IT systems and to provide ongoing user support for the employment of technology. Among the leading support areas are Customer Support Services and Data Center. Customer Support Services has the charter for providing help services to all District users. The Data Center area is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the large systems that house the LAUSD
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systems and databases. The Data Center is operated on a 7 by 24 schedule and ensures access to systems and data is optimized. A growing area of support during the last year and going forward is in the formalized use of network management systems and processes. Given the diversity of its locations and user’s communications needs, management insight into and control over the District’s networks is critical. Current focus is on the deployment of remote management tools to increase the diagnostic analyses capabilities and monitoring functions of ITD. Also included in this domain is the overall project management office that houses information, resources, and processes to successfully manage IT projects within the District. While specific technology areas build specialized project and technical management processes and systems, this area has enterprise responsibility to ensure the projects are managed and operated to District ITD standards. Lastly, from an enterprise level there is a need to ensure a strategy is developed and a commitment made for having appropriately trained and qualified technology staff. With the technology evolving in 6-month increments, optimizing training is critical to the overall success of ITD strategic goals. 5.3 IT Security Domain

The IT Security Domain encompasses all technology areas. In each technology domain, there are interrelated security considerations. Major components of District IT security include access control and management for user systems and data and the provision and management of remote access. The Security Domain also includes multiple systems for controlling both inbound and outbound Internet communications via firewall and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), virus control, email spam avoidance, VPN deployment, management, and more. As security is irrevocably intertwined with all IT technology areas, there are direct security implications in all framework domains. 5.4 Information Domain – Data Repositories and Retrieval

The Information Domain includes all the electronic methods for saving, storing, accessing, and archiving District data. The District currently maintains the following types of data repositories: Student Information Data warehouse that is built on Oracle brand products. Business Enterprise databases that are proprietary to the business applications. Many of these are housed on large IBM mainframes. Middleware databases that house information from other District systems and serve as intermediate repositories for data to ensure the security of the enterprise system and/or serve as a query data repository. Client/Server databases housed on UNIX systems.

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Applications Domain

The Applications Domain includes the following three primary components necessary for the District to perform its core operations: Student Information and Records. This includes a full range of applications and databases pertaining to student oriented information from health data, to school academic records, to attendance information and so forth. Business Systems. This includes finance, human resources, library, and cafeteria services. Educational and Instruction Support Systems. This includes a full range of educational and instructional support systems. A full plan, LAUSD Educational Technology Plan, is revised yearly and focuses on the current and future directions for technology and the improvement and support of educational delivery and instruction. This plan can be obtained upon request and is available on line. Each of these areas consists of a large array of individual applications—from complex financial systems to simple, single task applications to support reading instruction. As with other enterprises of a similar size, the District currently supports an extremely broad range of applications and data services. The District has deployed commercial software from a variety of vendors and custom applications have been developed both externally and internally. These are deployed across mainframe, mid-range, and microcomputers throughout the District’s infrastructure. LAUSD is in the process of establishing standards and specifications for the applications and data services it supports. District use of web-based technology continues to evolve. Current initiatives include a wide mixture of Web portals for access to existing District systems, Web-based front-end systems for legacy applications and general use of Internet and intranet sites for data distribution. 5.6 Network Infrastructure Domain

The Network Infrastructure Domain consists of the technology components that allow users and systems to interconnect with each other. It also includes other infrastructure technologies necessary for enterprise system to work. The primary components are:
Wide Area Network (WAN): The District’s WAN consists of a high-speed, meshed core

and multi-point distribution layer connecting its educational and administrative facilities across roughly 700 square miles of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Local Area Networks (LAN): The District currently supports over 1,200 facilities each

with one or more LANs. The District mandates specific standards for all LAN cable plants, equipment, and connectivity deployments.
Telecommunications: The District maintains diverse telecommunication services ranging from traditional voice (e.g., telephone) services to public address systems, intercom systems, mobile radios, cell phones, and others. For example, LAUSD infrastructure currently includes over 20,000 mobile radios and 34,000 telephone lines.

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Core IP Services: The District supports multiple Domain Name System (DNS) domains

for both internal and external use. Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) provides IP address allocation and delivery.
Convergence: The District currently maintains deployments of multiple converged

services to meet increasing instructional requirements while best leveraging limited budget resources. TCP/IP delivery of both voice (telephony) and video conferencing are in use today. District adoption of converged technologies is pragmatic driven by the potential to decrease costs through consolidated infrastructure and simplified management and maintenance.
Network Services: Network infrastructure provides collaborative services such as

electronic mail and calendaring that are centrally managed and accessible across the enterprise. Also included in this area are enterprise print service functions that support the deployment of the new ISIS and ERP systems. 5.7 User Systems Domain

The User Systems Domain includes all the systems and tools that an individual District employee, educator, or manager can use to accomplish their respective responsibilities. Some examples of personal electronic systems are desktops, laptops, and PDAs as well as prepackaged productivity software for such functions as word processing, spreadsheet analysis, and individual database development. The domain also includes some level of file storage (file services), servers, and input/output/storage peripheral devices including: Printers Scanners Networked copier/scanner CD Library Systems File Servers Tape Drive Systems (local back up solutions)

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6. CURRENT STATE OVERVIEW
This section provides an overview of the current IT environment that exists in the District. A number of major initiatives, discussed in Section 5.2.1, are currently underway and will transform major sub sections of the current environment. Again, while efforts are made to keep this document current, some inconsistencies may be found. The discussion begins with the network infrastructure and continues with the security, application, database, customer support, and other major components of the technology infrastructure. 6.1 Network Infrastructure Domain

The following subsections describe technology functional areas within the Network Infrastructure Domain.

6.1.1

Central Core -- WAN

The existing District WAN has a core backbone network consisting of four major nodes connected by broadband circuits. The four nodes are connected via point-to-point gigabit Ethernet terminated on Cisco model 6500 series switches with routing enabled. The OC-192 SONET ring and Cisco model 15454 optical switches provide the transport for the gigabit Ethernet backbone. Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is used as the Internet Protocol (IP) routing protocol. Core nodes and associated connections use OSPF Area 0. The distribution layer consists of T1 connections from Cisco 7204 routers to edge sites. There are four primary OSPF Areas currently in use at the distribution layer. For growth, additional areas are being added using a new numbering scheme. All OSPF Areas connect to Area 0 at one of the four WAN Core Node facilities.

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The existing LAUSD WAN is illustrated in the following graphic:
SBC Internet Connections DCP Internet -2
Van Nuys Node

WAN Core Nodes
Van Nuys Ethernet West LA Node Ethernet Gardena Node

LAUSD CORE

LA Node (Beaudry)

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7204

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SCHOOL Up to 4 T1s per site OSPF AREA(s)

OSPF AREA(s)

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SCHOOL

LAUSD Existing WAN

6.1.2

Edge Locations -- WAN

LAUSD edge router connectivity is based on a star topology. Each school, District office, Campus, or other site is directly connected to a distribution router located at one of the four core sites. Edge connectivity is primarily via T1 (or multiple T1) circuits. Schools with multiple T1s are configured to load balance across up to 4 T1s. To reduce equipment and circuit costs, T1 circuits are bundled into channelized DS-3 circuits at the nearest Node site. These DS-3s terminate on Cisco model 7204-VXR distribution routers. These routers are connected to backbone switches via 100bTX, Ethernet. Normal configurations should not (and currently do not) exceed three DS-3s per distribution router. Other connectivity to edge sites includes DSL and wireless. Sites that do not require full T-1 access, mainly the Early Education Centers, currently use DSL circuits to communicate with the District WAN. The local exchange carrier terminates private DSL lines through their broadband concentrating equipment directly on LAUSD equipment at Node sites. Approximately 110 of these sites are in use today. In the case of the EECs, these sites also use the DSL to transport VoIP services.

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The District has extensively deployed Wireless Access Points (WAP) into LAN enviroments at several schools to extend WAN connectivity short distances to neighboring schools. This is advantageous for emergency, short-term projects, or where trenching new entrance cables would be impossible, costly, and/or time consuming. The LAUSD WAN has grown through many project procurements and implementations. Due to the nature of procurement cycles, constantly changing technology and solutions provided by RFP vendors, the WAN has grown to include a variety of equipment. The following table provides a summary of WAN equipment used at the edge.
Router Equipment (Cisco) Comments DSL sites, Early Childhood Learning sites District offices Some stand-alone Adult Ed sites and some District offices Mostly schools, some District offices

372x, 382x, 800 17xx 262x 37xx, 38xx

The District is currently working on a new strategic plan for the replacement of the existing WAN environment. A procurement(s) pertaining to this replacement is planned to occur over the next year.

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6.1.3

Edge Locations -- LAN

The LAUSD LAN architecture and hierarchical model for new projects is based on established industry technology standards and design specifications for LAN configuration. In simple terms, this is a Hierarchical Star, Ethernet topology using a hybrid multimode/single mode vertical fiber backbone and a hybrid horizontal cabling system using either CAT 5e and fiber (in some schools), fiber only, or CAT 5e only. Non-instructional business offices use CAT 5e horizontal cabling. The District has adopted an equipment standard including switched gigabit Ethernet on the backbone and switched 100Mb Ethernet to end users. The above illustration provides a graphic representation of this architecture. The District currently supports 1,200 locations of which over half are K-12 school campuses. Other facilities supported include business offices, early education centers, adult education centers, and other instructional and administration facilities. The following is a high level list of many LAN systems currently installed on District LANs:

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Alcatel/Xylan 10xx, 4000, 5000, and 6000 series switches Alcatel/Xylan Omni 50xx wx, 77xx, and 78xx Allied Telesyn model AT-FS724I-10 switches Cisco model 412 repeater (hub) Cisco model 1900 switches Cisco 29xx, 35xx, and 3750 series switches Cisco 50xx and 55xx series switches Cisco 60xx and 65xx series switches Cisco 45xx series switches DiGi media converters MiLAN S3130SC switches MiLAN model 801 switches MiLAN model 9100 media conversion system SMC model SMC-EZ108FDT switches Dell Power Edge servers Cisco 36xx, 37xx, and 38xx series routers Cisco Wireless (WLAN) Access Points 3COM Wireless (WLAN) Access Points

6.1.4

Telecommunications

The following subsections provide architectural summaries of the critical telecommunication services maintained by LAUSD. Within the LAUSD structural context, these include Voice, Voicemail, Mobile Radio, and Public Address/Intercom services. 6.1.4.1 Voice (Telephony) Services – Central and Edge PacBell and Verizon provide standard voice services to approximately 1,200 locations. Additionally, several thousand cell phones have been issued on an as-needed basis to the staff. The District also uses standard text pagers and RIM Blackberry devices issued to various individuals within the ITD organization. LAUSD predominantly uses legacy PBX systems to provide standard voice services. However, there are approximately 110 locations using VoIP solutions. The District has upgraded or replaced existing PBXs so they will support future/new features such as integrated PA/Intercom capability, VoIP, and wireless phones. Where feasible, the District is also consolidating existing Key System units into a single (1) PBX switch. At locations with a significant number of individual business lines or trunks, the District is moving toward replacing them with PRI trunks, thereby eliminating all use of Centrex connections. The predominant PBX and/or Key Systems are Definity/Prologix, Legend, and Meridian.

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6.1.4.2 Voicemail Services In general, schools are typically responsible for obtaining and supporting their own voicemail solutions. However, the Telecommunications group provides voicemail services to the District’s headquarters building using Cisco’s Unity system. Unity is Cisco’s proprietary voicemail and unified messaging system. This system is located in the Data Center and provides classic voicemail services to all LAUSD personnel located in the Beaudry building. 6.1.4.3 Mobile Radio – Central to Edge The District’s responsibility for providing reliable and effective radio communications for its teachers, staff, and employees is significant. The Radio Support Section has three major customers: Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) Transportation Branch (primarily buses) Administrative staff (primarily on-campus) and KLCS The following categories of radio operations exist today in LAUSD’s radio services: UHF (450MHz) band conventional (analog voice technology- no trunking) UHF (800MHz) band conventional (analog voice technology- no trunking) VHF (150MHz) business band (simplex only) analog voice technology Low-power Industrial (LPI) band (457MHz) Microwave (2.1GHz) band (analog) Commercial Carrier wireless Cellular Digital Packet Data CDPD, on the analog mobile phone system (AMPS) District radio staff also supports several microwave networks. One network is used to interconnect the voice radio sites to the radio system master control at Soto Street and provides analog voice communications between the sites and within the District. The system operates under licensed 2GHz spectrum and has twenty-six multiplexed analog channels. Another network is a separate 2GHz spread-spectrum system used to support data transmission between Wilson High School, Lincoln, and Bravo High Schools. Channel distributions and support infrastructure is described in the table below:
Frequencies 2 GHz Tower Sites Oat Mountain Mount Lukens Mount Lee San Pedro Hill Wilson High School Master Control (Soto St.) 2 7 7 7 2 26 Channels

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The following table summarizes the District’s major fixed radio sites:
Frequencies 800 MHz Tower/Receiver Sites Mount Lukens Mount Lee San Pedro Hill 450 MHz Mount Lukens Mount Lee Oat Mountain San Pedro Hill Wilson High School Loop Canyon El Camino High School Windsor Hills Magnet 460 MHz Mount Lee Customer Transportation Transportation Transportation LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools LASPD/Schools Maint. & Ops.

6.1.4.4 Public Address/Intercom – Edge Locations Under the BB Bond program LAUSD has deployed Public Address/Intercommunication (PA/IC) systems from several different manufactures. The majority of PA/IC systems are from Dukane (StarCall), Bogen (Multicom 2000) or Rauland Borg (Telecenter). The LAUSD Facilities Division is actively interfacing the PA/IC systems with PBX systems to provide 911 call out from classrooms.

6.1.5

Core IP Network Services – Centrally Maintained

The following subsections provide quantitative detail on LAUSD systems for DNS and DHCP delivery and management. 6.1.5.1 DNS The District currently provides DNS services in support of the following two domains: lausd.k12.ca.us lausd.net The lausd.k12.ca.us domain is the District’s primary public domain. The lausdnet domain is primarily an internal-use domain, but publicly registered and contains host entries that are publicly resolvable. Externally, both domains share the following primary and secondary authoritative servers: dnsx.lausd.k12.ca.us – Operated by LAUSD
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ns1.pbi.net – Operated by ISP (SBC Internet Services, Inc.) The LAUSD operated external server provides DNS services via BIND version 9.x operating under AIX version 4.3.3. The District operates the following DNS servers visible from the internal network as:
Role Primary lausd.k12.ca.us Secondary lausd.k12.ca.us Primary lausd.net Secondary lausd.net Name dnsx.lausd.k12.ca.us lausd.k12.ca.us win2kdc.lausd.net win2kdc2.lausd.net DNS Server (OS) BIND 9.x (AIX 4.3.3) BIND 9.x (AIX 4.3.3) Microsoft DNS (Windows 2000) Microsoft DNS (Windows 2000)

The following statistical summary is drawn from zone data files provided by LAUSD:
Record Type NS A CNAME MX 1 653 84 54 lausd.k12.ca.us (quantity) 2 1123 1 2 lausd.net (quantity)

The primary and secondary servers for each domain also function as secondary servers for the other domain. 6.1.5.2 DHCP The District has developed and deployed two IP address allocation plans: one for schools and other remote locations and another for District headquarters. The District is currently in the process of deploying an IP address plan to accommodate recent growth at remote locations; a copy of this plan is available separately. In summary, District internal IP addressing utilizes standard private address space as defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). Specifically, addresses are assigned from the 10.x.x.x (CIDR 10/8 or “Class A”) network address space. Historically, the District utilizes four (4) class C CIDR addresses (10/21) for instructional and administrative network assignments at each school. The first octet of all assigned address is 10. The second and third octets are used to signify the admin network, instructional network and location (Node, OSPF area, school, and floor). Schools that required additional address space have been provided additional class C addresses.

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6.1.6

Convergence The District continues to leverage advancements in voice, video, and data convergence. Voice services are primarily delivered via traditional paradigms; however, Cisco Voice over IP (VoIP) technologies are also being used where cost effective. Likewise, the District has also deployed various multimedia technologies in support of special instructional programs and administrative requirements.

Centalized Call Manager Cluster & VM

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As illustrated in the diagram, the District has successfully deployed a VoIP infrastructure that is being used for voice trunking and end-to-end VoIP at designated sites. It has the ability to scale well, interoperate effectively with the legacy telephony environment, and leverage the District’s existing IP network infrastructure.

Following is an overview of the District’s current VoIP infrastructure:
− VoIP services delivered to approximately 110 locations − Approximately 17 Cisco Call Managers − Over 125 VoIP Gateways − Over 3,500 VoIP Phones 6.2 Applications and Data Domain

The following subsections describe technology components and functional areas for both the Application and Data domains.
District Systems and Data Operational Area

Business Systems and Data

These functions are performed to support general business requirements of the District. Applications in this category include Payroll, Human Resources, Budget and Planning, Financial Accounting, etc.

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IT Architecture Summary District Systems and Data Operational Area These functions support the myriad activities required to manage school sites and support federal, state, and local reporting requirements. Student Information and Special Education systems are examples of the applications included in this category. These functions are performed to support both the business activities and school management activities of the District. Specific applications in this category include Transportation, Food Service, and Textbook systems. These functions are specific to educational instruction used in the classroom. Applications included in this category are currently focused in stand-alone application technologies and include COTS products like Reader Rabbit and Math Blaster.

Student and School Management Systems and Data Hybrid of Business and School Management Systems and Data Instructional Systems and Data

The goal is to consolidate and migrate business and student systems to current technologies.

6.2.1

Central -- Business Functions and Data

The District currently has underway six initiatives for the Business Systems Component area including: Procure and deploy an ERP system for Finance. Procure and deploy an ERP for Human Resources. Develop a Web application environment to build new systems and/or bridge existing legacy systems into the new Web accessible environments. Redesign and enhance the existing District Web sites. Complete application enhancements to existing business systems until replaced under the major ERP efforts. Provide user productivity support for document intensive business processes, (e.g., document management and workflow). Many of the existing business systems reside on an IBM mainframe with some still using terminal emulation mode for application access. Other systems are using Web-based technology to provide access to information such as the Administrative Notebook application. In general, the District has: A strong capability to support IBM mainframe based applications that are written in COBOL Exposure to and capabilities in the use of new portal technologies to link users to new technology-based applications A mix of UNIX systems and servers running Microsoft Windows server operating systems and Microsoft SQL Server

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6.2.2

Central -- Student and School Management Systems and Data

The leading initiative for the District is the development and deployment of the new ISIS system that replaces most of the student and school management systems including health care service information that exists today. In combination with the Decision Support Systems (DSS) application and data warehousing, there will be a large portfolio of Oracle product centric applications and databases. The District has experience with and owns the Oracle development tool set.

6.2.3

Application and Database Technologies

The current application and database architecture reflects two decades of progressive evolution that can be categorized into one of five ways as shown in the table below.
Technology Description and Example The term “Legacy” is used to refer to technologies no longer supported by the original providers or technologies no longer employed in new development efforts within the Industry. In most cases there are applications that: Operate on the mainframe and rely heavily on data entry activities or Operates on mainframe technologies Within the District, some examples might be: District Payroll System District financial systems An ERP-based Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) will replace current discrete applications with an integrated solution. LAUSD is in negotiations with a vendor who is supplying a COTS type ERP solution for managing student information and school management functions. LAUSD is negotiating with vendors to provide functionality as part of the baseline application, and LAUSD plans to implement these with minimal customization. Planning efforts are underway to reengineer business processes throughout the District related specifically to student information and school management. Client/server solutions were ones where portions of the application would be used on the client system, with other parts running on any number of “tiered” servers. Few Client/Server applications exist in the District and most will be replaced with the new ERP project efforts. Current examples are: Student Information Systems elementary, secondary, adult information, and Special Ed systems operate in a client/server environment with data stored locally and periodically pushed into a consolidated data warehouse

Legacy

Enterprise Resource Planning

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IT Architecture Summary Technology Description and Example With the large portfolio of instructional and educational systems, the District is dependent on using proprietary applications and databases. Examples are: Library Services Systems Cafeteria Systems Transportation Management System Whenever possible attempts are made to acquire open-architecture solutions, but the market drives what solution can be obtained. Also included in this area are targeted, specialty instructional systems that the District procures. Each of these is considered proprietary and rarely can the District modify either the application or associated database. Current and continuing technology within the District. Desktop applications offer specific functionality in specialized areas to end users without incurring significant cost. Two examples are: Operate in stand-alone mode at the desktop and include instructional applications like Reader Rabbit and Math Blaster. Desktop based data reporting tool widely used throughout all areas of the District in the analysis and reporting of information.

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IT Architecture Summary Technology Description and Example This is considered an evolving and expanding technology environment. The District has made significant strides in developing and prototyping Web-based technologies. Two examples are: Focusing on the student information drawn from the various school applications in the District. DSS is used to consolidate, summarize, or transform student data to support analytical reporting and trend analysis. The data warehouse, used by the DSS, drills down to detailed information. The primary users are school principals, administrators, school office staff, board field representatives and program evaluators. Administrative Notebook Portal is a Web portal that is used by principals for calendaring, bulletins, memos, etc. This application lays the foundation for portal technologies within the District.
DMZ
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External Links

School A School B School C

Office A Office B Office C

Misc Conten t Misc Conten t APPS/ DBs

Internal User

School Y School School Z Z Externally Hosted School Sites

PIC Databases

Hosted
User/Pass

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School Y Firewall (Blocks External IP access)

User/Pass

School Z

DSS Portal

6.3

User Systems Domain

User systems include devices that an individual uses to communicate, access applications, and extract data in the performance of their responsibilities. There is support for over 115,000 desktop-class computers, for both Apple (e.g., Power PC) and Intel (e.g., Pentium I/II/III/IV) architectures. LAUSD has established standards for the procurement, management, and support of these systems. The District defines the minimum acceptable standards for hardware and software annually. Schools and offices purchase equipment off the District contracts. Over the last three years, the District has been aggressively working to increase the number of workstations available for staff and student populations. The District has met the goals for having one-computer to a six-student ratio.

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There is a consistent method for providing help desk and on site maintenance support. The District has a central contract for purchasing computers and servers and continues to investigate the leveraging of a District-wide licensing agreement as a cost saving measure for software. 6.4 Information Security Domain

In addition to the network infrastructure and upgrade of the application environment, the District has major initiatives to secure the overall IT environment and to safeguard District data. Along these lines, major planning, policy making, and procedural improvements have been made. The following graphic provides an architectural view of the current information security domain.

The following table lists specific network devices that provide primary support for the District’s information security policies.
Device Packeteer Purpose While primarily designed to enforce quality of service requirements for Web applications, Packeteer devices are also used to block applications that pose a security risk or that otherwise violate District policies. These applications include so-called PeerTo-Peer file sharing applications such as Kazaa. Detect and log network intrusion attempts, to provide information to ITD Security on current security threats and to trace serious intrusion efforts to their source.

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IT Architecture Summary Device Firewall cluster VPN Concentrator VPN DMZ Dial-in DMZ Web DMZ 1,2,3 Purpose Manage network traffic between the internal District network, the external Internet, and various specific subnets based on security requirements. Support secure remote access to District resources to designated users having authenticated VPN accounts. A subnet defined via firewall rules, to provide restricted access to the LAUSD WAN for remote VPN users. A subnet defined via firewall rules, to provide restricted access to the LAUSD WAN for remote dial-in users. A set of separated subnets designed to provide external Internet access to publicly available District services. The three separate DMZ zones are designed to house servers subject to different security practices. Filters content and blocks access to Internet sites to enforce District policies and regulations governing appropriate content. A centralized server for managing District employee information, including network, server, and application access. The LDAP cluster provides a single point of management for non-student user accounts. Restrict network traffic between schools and the District network to deter malicious software and other security breaches. A central repository for server and network device event logs. Syslog is a standardized service supported by a variety of devices for formatting and transmitting event log information.

Websense Cluster LDAP Cluster (OID)

Routers (with access lists) Syslog server

6.5

Intrusion Detection Systems

Intrusion Detection Systems, a low-voltage security system, have primarily been installed as part of the BB Bond Safety and Technology program. Approximately 500 school sites have the newer digital intrusion detection systems.

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The Intrusion Detection System network topology and equipment location relationships are shown in the figure below.

These systems--separately and independently--communicate an alarm or trouble incident to the school law enforcement agency, LASPD. The notification is performed through auto-dialer and modem capabilities contained in the central security control unit located in each school. Upon a sensor activation or system irregularity, the control unit dials the central law enforcement location and annunciates the location and the nature of the alarm or problem.

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7. STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS
The District has established standards and specifications in most of its technology functional areas. Some of the standards are still evolving, especially in the application and database areas where platforms for the ERP solutions have not been decided or in the Web application area where two development environments might exist. 7.1 IT Related Construction Specifications

When installing, upgrading, and/or maintaining IT systems, contractors and vendors must stay current with the District’s construction specifications. These specifications, listed in the table below, are actively maintained and updated, and are therefore subject to change. Comprehensive listings of current LAUSD specifications are available in separate documents.
Specification Description Used to provide specifications for wire mesh cable management systems, tray sections, couplers, hangers, bonding and grounding conductors, and other materials required to provide a complete cable management system. Specifications to support the installation of premise wiring at existing facilities to include LAN/WAN cable (UTP Cat 5e, and 62.5 micron multimode fiber ), low voltage wiring, telephony wiring, and signal terminal cabinets. Specifications to support the installation of premise wiring at new facilities to include LAN/WAN cable (UTP Cat 6, and 50 micron multimode fiber ), low voltage wiring, telephony wiring, and signal terminal cabinets. Addresses test and acceptance criteria and describes specific test procedures to be performed during the acceptance testing for Los Angeles Unified School District New Construction, Safety & Technology and Modernization Projects involving LAN, PABX, VTC, Convergence and WLAN equipment and associated cable plants. Supports the installation of Intrusion Detection systems to include infrared motion detectors and associated power supplies, batteries, cables, door switches and cables, controllers, graphic annunciator, expansion modules, power modules and batteries, telephone connectors and cables, connections to fire alarm control panels, connections to main telephone terminal boards and connections to fire sprinkler report relays. Used for installing and connecting Owner furnished telecommunications equipment including PBX, cabinet, attendant consoles, and telephone instruments. Telecommunications system shall include provisions for paging over PA system. For procurement of supplying and installing digital closed circuit television (CCTV) and audio surveillance, including card access control systems for subterranean parking structures. For procurement of supplying and installing digital closed circuit television (CCTV) , including required cameras, terminal cabinets, conduits, cables, monitors, switchers, digital video controller, software, connectors, and other required materials and equipment.

25135 Cable Tray

25568 Premise Wiring – Existing Facilities 25569 Premise Wiring – New Facilities 25570 Quality Assurance, Test and Acceptance Requirements

25720 Intrusion Detection System

25723 Telecommunications Systems

25725 Closed Circuit TV System – New Facilities 25725 Closed Circuit TV System – Existing Facilities

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IT Architecture Summary Specification Description Deals with supplying and installing all equipment necessary for implementing a VTC infrastructure at LAUSD, i.e. provide a VTC solution capable of achieving minimum requirements for real-time business-quality (i.e., 30 fps at 384 Kbps) video distribution, using industry standard CODECs. Specifications to support District’s efforts to converge voice, video and data onto its LAN/WAN network. Supports installation of LAN equipment (including Wireless LAN) materials and interoperability. Includes the installation, connecting, and testing of the networking system, including all components, required cabinets, terminals. Describes the equipment, installation, integration, configuration, testing, training, documentation, standards, and acceptance criteria, necessary for acquiring and implementing IEEE 802.11a/b/g Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) systems at LAUSD. To support the installation and connecting of a central rack, with a public address (PA) system, including all call paging access from the PBX. System shall interface with a master clock system for a class change signaling system and with the Intercommunications systems. This specification also supports the installation of Intercommunication hardware, which shall provide the capacity for internal communication between operator (main office) and selected classrooms. Deals with furnishing a complete autonomous public address (PA) system in multi-purpose rooms and/or small gymnasiums for Primary Centers and elementary schools. Furnish a complete autonomous public address (PA) sound system in auditorium of middle and high schools. Furnish a complete gymnasium autonomous public address (PA) system for middle and high schools. Furnish a complete athletic field autonomous public address (PA) system.

25760 Video Teleconferencing System

25780 Convergence 25805 Local Area Network Systems 25810 Wireless LAN (WLAN)

25821 Public Address and Intercommunication Systems

25822 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Small Gymnasiums 25823 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Auditoriums 25824 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Gymnasiums 25825 Autonomous Public Address Systems – Athletic Fields 25850 Television Systems Legacy 25851 Television Systems Digital

Used to provide and install a complete and operating RF Distribution System including all required amplifiers, couplers, outlet devices, cables, connectors and all other materials. System transmission medium will use coax/copper cable. Used to provide and install a complete and operating RF Distribution System including all required digital/analog headend receivers, digital QAM modulators, amplifiers, couplers, outlet devices, cables, connectors and all other materials. System transmission medium will use coax/copper cable. Used to provide and install a complete and operating RF Distribution System including support for all required digital signal transmission, amplifiers, QAM support, couplers, outlet devices, cables, connectors and all other materials. System transmission medium will use fiber optic cable.

25852 Television Systems (Fiber Optic Distribution)

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Green Desktop Initiative-Centralized Automated Management of LAUSD Computers BUL-4598 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer February 10, 2009

ROUTING All Employees All Locations

NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: PURPOSE:

The purpose of this memorandum is to inform District staff of the policy that implements the Board of Education’s Resolution on the Management of Personal Computing Technology and the method by which the Information Technology Division (ITD) plans to accomplish this requirement. This is the first issued policy on the Green Desktop Initiative.

MAJOR CHANGES:

BACKGROUND: The Board of Education issued a Resolution on the Management of Personal Computing Technology in February 2008 that directed the Superintendent and ITD to develop policies and procedures to better account for and manage the District’s large inventory of personal computers. Inventory management of computers is currently done on a decentralized basis. Because it is a manual process, it is labor intensive and time consuming for the staff at the schools and offices. The Board also adopted policies for the District to increase its use of green technologies to reduce energy consumption. Unmanaged PC’s can consume over $50 per year in electricity. Given the number of PC’s in the District, they account for a large percentage of the District’s energy consumption. The District’s network is subjected to frequent internal virus and other malware attacks. The primary cause is that PC’s on the network are not kept current with anti-virus and security updates because local PC administrators have disabled the automated update features. This has resulted in substantial degradations of performance of the network, as well as caused the District’s network to be identified by major web sites, such as Google, as a source of malware, preventing many in the District from accessing those sites. ITD has acquired software that handles the inventory management of LAUSD computers (desktops and laptops), manages the installation of security and antivirus updates, and substantially reduces electrical consumption. We have designated this program the Green Desktop Initiative. In addition to helping manage the District’s extensive inventory of personal computers and other IT BUL-4598 Office of the Chief Information Officer Page 1 of 4 February 10, 2009

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assets, and insuring that security and anti-virus updates are current, the software reduces power consumption by automatically activating energy saving features on computers, thereby considerably lowering the District’s electricity costs. POLICY: Under the Green Desktop Initiative, software will be installed on every District owned computer and laptop. Installation is mandatory in order that: • The District achieves the Board policies on IT asset management. • The District achieves the Board policies on the reduction of energy consumption. • The District’s network is protected by insuring security and anti-virus software is fully functioning on all District computers. BENEFITS: Using this state of the art software provides the following benefits to the students and staff of LAUSD: • Automates the assessment and enforcement of critical configurations, security patches and software updates so that users everywhere and at all times will have updated and secure computers. This approach will minimize the outbreak of threats such as viruses and malware due to users who inconsistently apply critical updates. The chances of emergency attacks that could threaten the District’s network functionality and compromise the integrity of the District’s information will also be reduced. Many Help Desk problems will now be handled remotely. The software will allow technicians to diagnose computer problems from a remote location thus reducing labor costs. On site visits by technicians will be minimized resulting in faster service. The Green Desk Top Initiative will track all District owned computers through their life-cycle to ensure LAUSD has an accurate inventory of computer assets. An up-to-date inventory will assist in identifying obsolete computer equipment needing replacement while maintaining control of overall spending. This approach will reduce the schools’ and offices’ time and labor involved in the annual inventory count. It will also ensure that LAUSD has accurate and current information regarding all its assets. Finally, the Green Desktop Initiative ensures compliance with mandated District requirements as outlined in the following bulletins:

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Up-to-date Critical Security Measures Bulletin K-24 (Rev) LAUSD Firewall Policy BUL-717.1 – Enterprise License-Symantec Anti-Virus Software, February 23, 2004 BUL-716.2 – Compliance with the 1976 US Copyright LAWComputer Software, October 1, 2005 Inventory of Computer Equipment Education Code 35168 – Inventory of Equipment Board Rule 1703 – Responsibility of Principals for School Property BUL-953.0 – Control of Site Equipment Purchased Through Categorical Programs, February 4, 2008 REF-2633.1 – Inventory of Student Body Owned Equipment, October 10, 2007 Data Collection Bulletin BUL-1077.1 Information Protection Policy PROCEDURES: The software for the Green Desktop Initiative will be installed on District-owned computers at all schools and offices. ITD has also already installed the software on a voluntary basis on more than 42,000 computers with no reports of negative impacts at schools or offices. Where possible, installations will be done remotely. When an on-site visit is required, ITD will coordinate possible dates with the site administrator or designee. Installation usually takes under five minutes per desktop. A typical elementary school can be completed in a day; middle and high schools require two or more days. All new computers will have the software already installed before delivery. Our goal is to be in 100% compliance by June 30, 2009. If you have local administrative rights to your computer, the Green Desktop agent can be downloaded to your computer in a few minutes. In order to add this agent to your computer: 1. Open an Internet Browser, i.e., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc. 2. Type in the url http://greendesktop.lausd.net and click “Go” or press Enter. 3. Sign in with your single-signon ID and password 4. At the LAUSD GreenDesktop page, click on “GreenDesktop Installation” which will take you to the page with video and download instructions. 5. Click on the appropriate link for viewing the video or installing the agent for either Windows or Macintosh. 6. Follow the instructions for installation and setup. BUL-4598 Office of the Chief Information Officer

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RELATED RESOURCES:

“Management of Personal Computing”. Resolution adopted by LAUSD Board of Education on February 12, 2008. “Buy Green and Lead the Way to Sustainable Business Practices”. Resolution adopted by LAUSD Board of Education on May 13, 2008. Reference sites: http://Greendesktop.lausd.net http://www.energystar.gov

AUTHORITY:

Policy enforcement will be overseen by Roozbeh Hamouni, Chief Technology Director, ITD Shared Services.

ASSISTANCE:

For further information regarding deployment or this policy, please email Vickie.frederick@lausd.net, ITD Network Operations.

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PURPOSE:

Online Availability of Business Management Reports

REF-2363.1 Megan Klee Chief Information Officer
May 2, 2006

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The purpose of this Reference Guide is to notify schools and offices of the online availability of various business management reports through the Decision Support System.
Schools and offices used to receive various printouts of monthly reports on Payroll, PTRS, IFS and HRS. To reduce labor, mailing, and printing costs, and provide reports in a timely manner, some of these reports have now been made available online. Time reporters, time certifiers and school administrative assistants are the main users of these reports. These reports will provide users the ability to view, track and analyze payroll, financial and personnel information for their schools and offices. The following reports can now be viewed online through the Decision Support System (DSS). Items in italics represent the titles of the printed reports that were previously mailed to schools and offices.
DSS Report Title Salary and Fringe Benefit Overtime and Mileage Location Detail Overtime and Mileage Division Summary Vacation Balance Final Time Verification Regular Time Reports Lump Sum Time Reports Substitute Payment Voucher Time Reports Earned Salary Allowance Time Reports Non Roster Time Reports Emergency Time Reports General Ledger Activity Monthly Activity Summary by Organization Year To Date Activity Summary by Organization Monthly Activity Detail Year to Date Object Category Monthly Outstanding Encumbrances Replaces Previous Report Monthly Activity Report – Salary & Fringe Benefits Detail Overtime & Mileage Summary Report Overtime & Mileage Summary Report Vacation Balance Report Final Time Report Verification Regular Time Reports Lump Sum Time Reports Substitute Payment Voucher Time Reports Earned Salary Allowance Time Reports Non Roster Time Reports Emergency Time Reports Monthly Activity Report Summary by Organization NEW (Year to Date version) NEW (Detail Report of Monthly Activity Rpt) NEW Monthly Outstanding Encumbrances Report

MAJOR CHANGES:

INSTRUCTIONS:

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Stock Requisition Back Order Report Notice Of Personnel Action Summary

Monthly Stock Requisition Back Order Report Notice of Personnel Action Summary

1. DSS can only be accessed through Inside LAUSD so any user must have an Inside LAUSD account on http://www.lausd.net (click on Home at the top, and then Inside LAUSD). This will take you to the login page for Inside LAUSD where you can create an account. A DSS account, in addition to the Inside LAUSD account, is necessary to access these reports. 2. Time certifiers and time reporters who wish to register for a DSS account must download and complete the “Request for UserID Authorization” form. This can be found on DSS Home page http://dss.lausd.net. Click on DSS Registration on the right, and then, click on “download” and print the page. 3. Time certifiers and time reporters who currently have DSS accounts can already access these reports. When accessing the reports for the first time, a user must change their current Inside LAUSD password to synchronize it with their DSS account. 4. Once logged-in to Inside LAUSD, go to the Quick Links section and click the Decision Support System link. From the DSS Home Page, click on the Reports link and look for the Business Management Reports link. Click this link to display the different folders for Payroll and Time Reporting, Human Resources, Purchases and General Ledger. ASSISTANCE:

For assistance or further information please contact the Decision Support System Office
at (213) 241-1113 or send an email to dsstrain@lausd.net.

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How to Obtain a District Email Account Ref-1438.1 Megan Klee Chief Information Officer October 1, 2005

The purpose of this Reference Guide is to inform District personnel about the process and procedures for obtaining a District-provided email account for an employee, student, or District contractor.

MAJOR CHANGES: INSTRUCTIONS:

This document updates version 1.0 dated November 30, 2004 to reflect new procedures. The Information Technology Division (ITD) provides an email account upon request for all District employees, students of K-12 schools, and District contractors who are required to sign onto the District lausd.net domain to conduct District-related business from a District office location. All employees, students or contractors receiving an email account from ITD are required to comply with BUL-999, the District’s “Acceptable Use Policy” (AUP). Procedures for obtaining an email account are described for each group below. EMPLOYEES: All active District employees may activate a new email account by visiting https://idmlogin.lausd.net. (NOTE: This link only works from District locations.) The employee will be asked several questions to verify their identity, and then will be guided through the process of activating a new email account. If the employee experiences difficulty in using the self-activation system, or they have difficulties with their existing account, they may request assistance by calling the ITD Customer Support Services Center (Helpdesk) at (323) 224-2277. The employee will be requested to provide their employee number, user account (if known), and respond to a security question asked by help desk personnel.

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NOTE: The District used to provide forms for employees to request a new email address via fax or school mail. Beginning November 1, 2005, these forms will no longer be honored, and will be returned via school mail with instructions for using the self-activation system. District email accounts for employees are disabled after 120 days of inactivity or after ITD receives notification that the employee no longer works for the District. If an employee feels their account has been disabled in error, they may request the account be re-enabled by contacting the ITD help desk. The District currently maintains two email systems: The ePals email system for school-based employees and a Microsoft Exchange system for non-school based employees. The self-activation system is designed to create an employee email account in the appropriate system based upon the applicant’s primary work location. The applicant may not choose which system to be assigned. The decision will be made based upon the most cost-effective email account by the District. Currently, school-based employees are assigned to the ePals system, which is substantially subsidized by the Federal E-Rate program, and may be provided at low cost to the District. CONTRACTORS: The District generally does NOT provide email accounts to contractors. Contractors who require an email address to conduct business for or with the District should be provided with an email address by their company. A lausd.net account is required to log onto computer workstations in some office locations. This includes the Beaudry building, the KPMG Tower, and local District Offices. In the event that a contractor requires a lausd.net account to conduct their business for the District, the contractor may apply for a District email account by filling out a District email application, which may be downloaded by the supporting Division from: http://notebook.lausd.net/pls/ptl/ptl_apps.elib_item.show_item?p_item_ id=147058

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The contractor must fill out the top part of the application completely. The bottom section of the application must then be filled out completely by a District Administrator who is responsible for the cited contract. Contractor email accounts will be pre-programmed to expire on the date the contract expires. The Information Technology Division will not notify District employees of impending contractor account expiration dates. It is the responsibility of the District Administrator to send an updated email application if a contractor is extended or renewed. It is also the responsibility of the District Administrator to notify the help desk at (323) 224-2277 immediately if the account is to be terminated prior to the expiration date. Five business days after faxing the application to ITD, the Contractor may call the ITD Customer Support Services Center to activate their account. STUDENTS: The District provides the opportunity for K-12 schools who so desire to give ePals email accounts to students for instructional purposes. However, these accounts are not managed by ITD. If a K-12 school wishes to provide school accounts, the Principal must designate a school employee to create and manage student accounts on behalf of the school. More information is available in a Student Account Packet, which may be obtained by emailing a request to epals@lausd.net. The Information Technology Division does not provide student email accounts to non K-12 students. Principals in career/adult schools or early education centers interested in providing student email accounts should consult their respective Division for student email policies or procedures. ASSISTANCE: For further information, please contact the ITD Security Office at (213) 241-1343.

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TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: BACKGROUND:

IT Desktop Computer Maintenance and Support REF-1657.2 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer May 30, 2008

This Reference Guide provides information to schools and offices about services provided that support desktop computing and to define the parameters of technology support. Information Technology Division’s (ITD) Customer Support Services Branch (CSSB) provides assistance on all requests in the service offerings, by using a combination of District staff and outsourced support contracts. In some cases, computers and peripheral equipment are so old the systems are no longer cost effective to repair and will be deemed nonserviceable (Beyond Economical Repair - BER). Non-serviceable equipment should be replaced with new equipment at the school or office’s expense when it fails to function properly. It is recommended that desktop computers older than 5 years and laptop computers older than 3 years be replaced. Schools and offices are encouraged to use the District’s master contracts when purchasing desktop computers, printers, and peripherals as they include warranties for on-site repairs and replacements.

MAJOR CHANGES:

This Reference Guide replaces REF-1657.1 dated June 6, 2006. It incorporates new information on supported IT desktop computers, printers and peripherals. Basic Desktop Computer Support Assistance will only be provided for District-owned desktop computers, laptops, servers, and peripherals. Sites will receive support on donated equipment if it meets the same requirements and specifications as computers purchased from the District’s master contracts.

GUIDELINES:

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Services Provided: • • • Basic maintenance, configuration, hardware and software support. Installation, configuration and restoration of District approved applications and/or software. For more details, click on the IT SERVICE CATALOG link at http://techsupport.lausd.net.

Priority will be given to service tickets that impact essential services or have a major impact to a site. CSSB will only repair components that have failed during normal operation. Sites are responsible for the security and proper supervision of equipment and must pay for repairs of device failures that are a result of misuse or vandalism. Some computer equipment may be deemed as BER when it requires parts and labor totaling more than $300. Replacements for most of these items are available through the Procurement Services Group, which can also provide a list of approved vendors upon request. Supported Levels of Software and Hardware • • • • Windows 2000 Operating System and newer. (Vista is currently not supported) Apple OS 10.x and newer (Leopard – OS X 10.5 support is limited) Intel Pentium IV processor or higher Apple PowerPC G4 processor or higher

Printer Support This service consists of installation and connection of printers and basic repair, including replacing minor parts in large printers. Whenever possible, on site repair is provided. Enhanced Computer Support As of July 1, 2007, the following non-basic services have been offered for a fee: • • Installation and configuration of hardware and software for more than a few computers at a time. Repeated requests from the same site for virus or spyware removal.

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• •

Migration of data, including backup of user files. Disconnection/reconnection of computers (i.e., for room maintenance activities, including painting of wall, cleaning of floors, etc.).

A catalog of services and fees is available by selecting the IT SERVICE CATALOG link on http://techsupport.lausd.net. Contact the ITD Service Desk at 213-241-5200, to inquire about specific services. Supply Items As of July 1, 2007, the following supplies are no longer available from ITD: • • • • • Keyboards Mice Monitors Laptop batteries AC power adapters

For availability, check the District’s Stores Warehouse Supply Catalog, otherwise, you may purchase supplies from office supply stores using your site’s P-Card. Daily care, Maintenance, Security and Management of Technology School sites and offices are responsible for the daily care, maintenance, security, and management of technology at their locations. This includes: • • • • • • • Keeping food and beverages away from technology equipment. Ensuring that operating systems and virus updates are occurring on a regular basis (at least weekly). Securing equipment to protect against theft and vandalism. Maintaining a current inventory of equipment per District policies. Reporting non-functioning IT equipment and IT infrastructure to the ITD Customer Support Services Center (Service Desk). Managing local servers and printers (such as users, groups, network printers, etc.) ITD is concerned about the stability and security of the school’s infrastructure. If technicians notice devices that may potentially Page 3 of 5 May 30, 2008

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interfere with such functions, ITD will advise the site administrator to remove them and will assist with the process. If such interference continues, ITD reserves the right to remove the devices and escalate the issue to the local district. RELATED RESOURCES: ● BUL-2175.0: Acceptance of IT Technical Systems for Maintenance • BUL- 1158: Accounting for Supplies and Equipment Purchases Technology tips, frequently asked questions and other announcements are available at the LAUSD Technology Support Website at http://techsupport.lausd.net. For additional support, contact the ITD Service Desk at 213-241-5200 or use our self-service options available at http://techsupport.lausd.net/selfservice. PROCEDURES TO REQUEST SERVICE When a technology problem occurs on District equipment, hardware or software, employees are requested to do the following: • Prepare for the request for service o Know your site location code - this identifies the location of the problem being reported. o Know your employee number - this identifies the user calling and assists in follow-up as well as faster problem reporting on future calls. o Have a brief and precise description of the problem. o Know the location of the equipment (room number, office, etc.). o Know the type of equipment (brand, model, etc.). o Know the serial number or asset tag number of the equipment. Place the request for service o Call 213-241-5200 or connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net/selfservice for additional ways to request service. o When calling, the first greeting you will hear is a status report of any existing system problems. If there are known problems (such as no access to the Internet, or no access to PTRS) you will be informed here.

ASSISTANCE:

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o Listen to the menu choices. Many times you will be automatically referred to someone that can immediately assist you. o If you hold (or press 0) for assistance, be ready to provide the information requested above. o Write down the reference number given to you, and the date when you called. o The Service Desk representative may resolve the problem for you on the phone or you may be transferred to a specialist for assistance. o Should the problem require further analysis it will be referred to a technician who may resolve it remotely or by a visit to the location. o You may receive a follow-up call or E-mail. Escalation, Complaint, and Follow-up Procedures • If you would like to follow-up regarding the service provided, please call 213-241-5200 to speak to a customer service representative or connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net/selfservice. Have your reference number available. If you would like to escalate or are dissatisfied with the service, please call 213-241-5200 and ask to speak with a manager. Please have your reference number available. This staff is available to provide you with service and to work with you to better meet your needs.

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TITLE:

On Demand Video for Schools/KLCS Video Channels REF-1152 Margaret A. Klee, Chief Information Officer Information Technology Division Janalyn Glymph, General Manager KLCS-TV/DT

NUMBER: ISSUER:

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August 1, 2004 Information Technology Division and KLCS have worked together to provide on demand video for schools and offices. KLCS recently converted to a digital broadcast capability. This means that in addition to the current analog TV programming on Channel 58, KLCS is now able to offer four digital TV channels. One of those channels is a duplicate of the analog programming that is currently received by televisions with antenna or cable. The remaining three digital channels provide tailored elementary, secondary, and professional development programming for LAUSD schools and offices. Schools that receive the steaming video channels will be able to see specialized programming designed to meet the needs of their instructional program. Schools that purchase the video on demand (VOD) option will also be allowed to reserve video titles using their web browser. Once these titles are reserved, the video will be delivered to the school site and be available for viewing the ext day on any computer connected to the school’s local area network.

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The following two installation packages are available to schools and offices to make this system available: KLCS Digital Video Channels only This option installs an antenna on the roof, and then a cable to the school’s/office network’s main distribution frame, and computer software on a server located at the site. A scope of work with a detailed listing of costs will be developed at the start of the project.

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The site must set aside at least $500 to initiate the scope of work and develop a detailed project plan. When the detailed costs for the entire job are complete, a job ticket for the entire amount of the work must be funded by the site. Once funding is secured installation can take place. At the completion of this project all computers on the local area network will have the ability to received four digital KLCS channels (plus Channel 58). To initiate a cost estimate, please use the Attachment A or contact the ITD Helpdesk at 323-224-2277 and an application to begin the process will be provided. KLCS Digital Video Channels and Video on Demand This option is identical to the above option with one additional feature. Media Services and KLCS have the ability to transmit their video library to site computers. Users at each site will have the ability to log into a video check out system and reserve any video title that the District has rights to distribute. Once the title is reserved, it is transmitted to the site. The user making the request receives an email with a link indicating that the video title is available for the next 30 days ASSISTANCE: For further information, please contact Dr. Themistocles Sparangis at 213-241-3837 or send an email to themy.sparangis@lausd.net. ###

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Los Angeles Unified School District Digital Video Channels – Video On Demand Information for Schools
Date: ___________ School: _______________________ Contact: ______________________ Telephone: ____________________ Location Code: _________ Email: _____________________ FAX: ______________________

Please come to my location to develop a detailed scope of work and cost to provide (please check one): KLCS Digital Video Channels (only) KLCS Digital Video Channels and Video on Demand Funding Information (not to exceed $500): _____ _____ _____ _____
Fund Org Prog Obj

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Name of Administrator with Funding Authority

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Signature of Administrator with Funding Authority

Please fax this form to the ITD Helpdesk at 323-343-0114.

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Procedures For Developing And Maintaining Technology At Schools REF- 3343 Charles A. Burbridge Interim Chief Information Officer October 26, 2006

BACKGROUND: The Information Technology Division (ITD) Customer Support Services Center (IT Helpdesk) is designed to provide a single point of contact for obtaining support on technology related equipment and software. While the ITD Customer Support Services Branch will respond to requests for technology repairs, many schools have arranged for providing local support for technology. This Reference Guide is to provide guidance to schools to support technology. GUIDELINES: BEST PRACTICES FOR MAINTAINING TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT School sites and offices are responsible for the daily care, maintenance, security, and management of technology at their locations. The following practices will assist schools in maintaining the value of their investment in technology: • • • • • • • Keep food and beverages away from technology equipment. Assure that operating system and virus updates are occurring on a regular basis (at least once a week). The computers should be set up for automatic updates. Secure equipment to protect it from theft and vandalism. Keep computer equipment connected to the network whenever possible. Maintain an inventory of computers and software per District policies as defined by the Office of the Controller. Report stolen equipment to school police. Report the theft of laptops (with laser etched District logo) or desktops (purchased after July 1, 2006) for tracking and recovery to Customer Support Services Center (Helpdesk) at (323) 224-2277.

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Report non-functioning technology equipment and infrastructure to the ITD Help desk by calling 323-224-2277 or connecting to http://techsupport.lausd.net/. Protect the local network, computers, and peripherals from any device or activity that may disrupt their normal operation, such as connecting unauthorized switches, routers, wireless devices, etc,. Consider replacing desktop computers that are older than five years and laptop computers that are older than three years. Do not install technology equipment or alter the infrastructure in any way that disrupts the support, interferes with classroom instruction, obstructs administrative duties, or compromises security. Do not alter or reconfigure any technology equipment and/or infrastructure without working with ITD technicians.

SCHOOL SITE TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT POSITIONS AVAILABLE Currently there is no dedicated funding provided to schools for school site-based technology support staff. Many schools have found ways to fund either a part-time or full-time technology support position. The repair and Help Desk staffs in ITD will work with identified school site support staff. The following classified positions are recommended to provide technology support to schools: • • • • • Full-time or part-time positions Microcomputer Support Assistant (Class Code 2210) Information Systems Support Assistant I (Class Code 1083) Information Systems Support Assistant II (Class Code 4825) Part-time interns Information Technology Support Intern – Computer Repair (Class Code 3872) Information Technology Intern – High School (Class Code 3870)

The job descriptions and salary schedules for the above positions can be found at http://personnel.lausd.net/previous/.

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INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO THE SCHOOL PROGRAM Supporting technology and assuring that it is working is only the first step for a successful technology implementation at a school site. Ongoing staff development to promote best practices and assure effective use to support the instructional program should not be overlooked. Many schools choose to release a teacher for one, two, or more periods a day to support the integration of technology into the school program. Schools should not use these teachers to fix computers, printers, and other equipment. If possible, the repair and maintenance of the computer equipment should be performed by the classified personnel described above or by ITD (or District authorized) repair technicians. This is the best use of the skills and resources. Should a school elect to release a teacher for technology purposes, it is critically important to assure that their activities focus primarily on leveraging their instructional expertise. Suggested areas of focus include: • • • • ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: Working with teachers, administrators, parents, and students to develop tailored site instructional technology plans using the District’s Education Technology Plan as a guide. Coaching other teachers in effective integration of technology into the school’s instructional program. Overseeing the overall technology integration into the school’s instructional program. Collaborating with Instructional Technology Applications Facilitators (ITAFs) to share best practices and develop resources for successful school site technology implementation.

LAUSD’s Educational Technology Group provides support for the integration of technology and its innovative use in the school program and can be reached at (2131241-3837 or on the web at http://www.lausd.net/edtech. Staff is available for assistance on integrating the following instructional applications into the school program: • • Video teleconferencing Online learning programs (Los Angeles Virtual Academy – LAVA)

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Technology grant implementation Instructional collaboration using the Web and Email Instructional technology staff development Technology use planning

ITAFs from Educational Technology may contact schools’ sites and ask to visit and learn about classroom technology use and offer any assistance. During the months of January, February and March, ITAFs work closely with schools to complete the annual State School Technology Survey. REFERENCES: Reference Guide on Procedures for Obtaining IT Support & Repair for Various Electronic and Computer Equipment (REF-1657.1) Reference Guide on Computer Equipment on District Contracts (REF-1696.0) Bulletin on Control of Site Equipment (BUL-953.0) Contact the Division of Risk Management and Insurance Services Claims Section at 213- 241-3127 for information on Computer Insurance claims. ASSISTANCE: For questions regarding the information in this reference guide and/or to contact the Educational Technology ITAF serving your school, please call 213-241-3837 or connect to http://www.lausd.net/edtech. To contact the IT Helpdesk to report a problem with technology at your site, or to report the theft of laptops (with laser etched District logo) or desktops (purchased after July 1, 2006) for tracking and recovery please call 323-224-2227 or connect to http://techsupport.lausd.net.

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DESCRIPTION OF SECURITY STANDARDS FOR NETWORKED COMPUTER SYSTEMS HOUSING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION REFERENCE GUIDE NO. 1551 Margaret A. Klee Chief Information Officer February 7, 2005

NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: BACKGROUND:

The purpose of this reference guide is to describe minimum standards for the security of network-based security systems as described in Bulletin 1553. Confidentiality is a property of information governing which individuals may access information and the required protection against unauthorized access. The mandate to protect information confidentiality comes from many sources. There are legal risks for failure to implement and maintain reasonable safeguards for data security and the privacy of information. Additionally, security breaches and disclosure of confidential information would violate the relationship of trust the District has with its students, staff and the public. District information has varying requirements for confidentiality. Some information may be made widely available to the general public, while other information is subject to specific laws that govern who may view the information and under what conditions. To support these differing requirements for information protection, District information is categorized based on the confidentiality needs. Each category is then required to follow specific information protection practices. These practices include physical security, administrative practices, and technical configuration. Confidentiality-based security controls may be distinguished from other security controls designed to enforce integrity and availability. Integrity is the property of data that allows it to be relied upon as an accurate representation of actual events. Integrity also involves ensuring that data was properly entered by authorized individuals, and that the programs processing data operate in a known reliable way.

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Availability is the property of data that makes it available when required to support District business. This reference guide emphasizes confidentiality-based security controls, though minimal mandatory baselines of integrity-based and availability-based controls are described. The minimum standards for confidentiality-based security controls of sensitive information described in this document are based on District Bulletin 1553. DEFINITIONS Data Owner: The executives or managers responsible for specific information that must be protected. The Data Owner has the final District responsibility of data protection. For instance, Financial Data would belong to the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resource data to the Personnel Commission or the Human Resources Department. Business Owner: The administrator responsible for directing the operation of a computer or computer system and the applications residing on that system. Business Owners are those persons delegated the responsibility of protecting the information by the Data Owners. The Business Owner may or may not be the Data Owner of any data maintained on the system for which they are responsible. Data Users: Individuals for whom the systems are designed. Data users may include students, parents/guardians, certified District employees, classified District employees, District vendors, and members of the public at large. Data users access system resources to achieve some benefit, in terms of their education, job duties, or citizen participation in District governance. Depending on the nature of the system, data users may or may not be individually identifiable. Network-Based Computer System: A computer system used for storing data intended to be transmitted across District or nonDistrict networks, where network access is an ongoing part of the system's use.

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Stand Alone Computer System: A computer system used for storing data intended for personal use, not connected to any District internal network on a regular basis. Security Plan: A document describing a system's security requirements and the measures required to ensure satisfaction of these requirements. The security plan format is described in Bulletin 24, LAUSD Firewall Policy. Additional security plan contents are specified in this document. To facilitate developing security plans for less complex systems, Reference Guide 1551 provides a detailed security plan format with step-by-step instructions. Physical Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized physical access to devices containing or transmitting sensitive information. Physical controls prevent theft of devices or storage media, and unauthorized device reconfiguration through access to boot media, system consoles, or physical reset switches. Technical Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information through configuration and management of technical resources such as servers, routers, and firewall devices. Technical controls cover management of user accounts and account privileges, access controls over data and programs, software configuration, and logical network service configuration. Administrative Controls: Protections which prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information through encouraging individuals to follow policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures defining regular job activities and duties. Administrative controls cover the security goals for an organization and guidelines governing human use of computing resources. Public Information: Information published on the District’s public website or in other written District publications. Public Information is made available to the general public and may be accessed by any member of the public without prior authorization.

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Non-Published Public Information: Public Information that exists in the form requested, but has not been published. For example, the District measures attendance on a daily basis. However, these daily attendance figures, while they are kept by the District, are not published. Non-Published Public Information requires the same security controls as Public Information. NonPublished Public Information is made available to members of the public on request. Non-Public Information: Information whose access must be guarded due to ethical, legal or privacy considerations. Non-Public Information is shared with internal parties on a "need to know" basis, and is not shared with external parties. Need to know is established by written permission of the data owner. Protected Information: Information whose access is legally restricted to specific individuals. Protected Information generally requires a higher degree of confidentiality protection than NonPublic Information. Additional controls beyond those described in this document may be required depending on the specific legal requirements. MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR SECURITY CONTROLS FOR NETWORK BASED COMPUTER SYSTEMS Minimum standards are based upon the type of data as defined in Bulletin 1553. The Data Owner in consultation with the ITD Information Security Director and the Office of the General Counsel is responsible for determining the data sensitivity level. Once a sensitivity level has been defined, network-based computer systems housing that information must be approved by the data owner and must meet minimum standards for security controls as defined below. If the system is deemed by the data owner in conjunction with the Information Security Director and District Counsel to contain a particular threat due to scale of the information, the marketability of the information, or the potential for fraud or other misuse, additional controls beyond those specified below may be required at their discretion. Minimum standards for each data sensitivity group are described in Table I in this document.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION Definition Public Information is information published on the District’s public website or in other written District publications. Public Information requires no specific confidentiality protection; however Public Information requires security controls to protect data integrity and availability. Non-published Public Information is Public Information that exists in the form requested, but has not been published. For example, the District measures attendance on a daily basis. However, these daily attendance figures, while they are kept by the District, are not published. NonPublished Public Information requires the same security controls as Public Information. Examples Examples include District data on overall enrollment, and other statistical or reference data available on the District’s website.

NON-PUBLIC INFORMATION Definition Non-public Information is information whose access must be guarded due to ethical, legal or privacy considerations. Information that is confidential is shared with internal parties on a "need to know" basis, and is not shared with external parties. Need to know is established by written permission of the data owner.

PROTECTED INFORMATION Definition Protected Information is information whose access is restricted to specific individuals by law. Protected Information generally requires a higher degree of confidentiality protection than NonPublic Information. Additional controls beyond those described in this document may be required depending on the specific legal requirements.

Examples Examples include employee addresses and home phone numbers.

Examples Examples include student and employee health data protected by Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations, student information protected by Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), information relevant to investigations, information with attorney-client privilege, or information under a third party non-disclosure. REQUIRED CONTROLS Physical Controls – Equipment Housing

REQUIRED CONTROLS Physical Controls – Equipment Housing

REQUIRED CONTROLS Physical Controls – Equipment Housing

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P-EH-1 Servers housing public information must be supervised during normal business hours P-EH-2 Servers must be kept in a locked room or cabinet

NP-EH-1 Servers housing public information must be supervised during normal business hours NP-EH-2 Servers must be kept in a locked room or cabinet

PRO-EH-1 Servers housing public information must be supervised during normal business hours PRO-EH-2 Servers must be kept in a locked room or cabinet PRO-EH-3 Servers must be kept in a secured facility having specific physical protections defined by PRO-EH-3A through PRO-EH-3B PRO-EH-3A Individually assigned access codes must be maintained, so that all facility access is individually accountable PRO-EH-3B Hardcopy records must be kept of all facility access, listing the individual's identity, data and time of access and areas of the facility access PRO-EH-3C Visitors must sign in, and provide acceptable identification PRO-EH-3D Visitors must always accompanied by escorts PRO-EH-3E Intrusion alarms must be installed and must provide immediate response and/or data center facilities must be supervised 24 hours per day PRO-EH-3F Surveillance cameras must be installed and monitored by designated individuals or 24 hour supervision is required PRO-EH-3G Environmental systems must include fire suppression, uninterruptible power supplies, temperature and humidity controls, emergency lighting, and smoke and fire alarms Physical Controls – Backup Media Handling PRO-BMH-1 Backup media stored on-site must be kept in a locked room or cabinet PRO-BMH-2 Backup media stored off-site must be kept only in locations authorized by the data owner

Physical Controls – Backup Media Handling P-BMH-1 Backup media stored on-site must be kept in a locked room or cabinet P-BMH-2 Backup media stored off-site must be kept only in locations authorized by the data owner

Physical Controls – Backup Media Handling NP-BMH-1 Backup media stored on-site must be kept in a locked room or cabinet NP-BMH-2 Backup media stored off-site must be kept only in locations authorized by the data owner

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NP-BMH-3 Backup media must be erased before disposal

PRO-BMH-3 Utilities approved by the ITD Security Director must be used to erase media prior to disposal PRO-BMH-4 When transporting data storage media off District premises, either all data must be encrypted using strong commercial encryption or an courier service approved by the Data Owner must be used Physical Controls – Storage Media Handling PRO-SMH-1 Computer Hard drives must be physically removed and destroyed before disposing of obsolete systems ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS - Operating System /Application Configuration and Maintenance PRO-OSA-1 Servers and associated applications must be hardened on initial installation to security standards as provided by the ITD Information Security Director and tested by the ITD Security Office. PRO-OSA-2 Patches to the operating system and applications must be applied to fix critical security flaws before server implementation PRO-OSA-3 Operating System and application vendors must be consulted at least every 30 days to determine if new patches must be applied

Physical Controls – Storage Media Handling n/a

Physical Controls – Storage Media Handling NP-SMH-1 Computer hard drives must be reformatted before disposal ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Operating System /Application Configuration and Maintenance NP-OSA-1 Servers and associated applications must be hardened on initial installation to security standards as provided by the ITD Information Security Director NP-OSA-2 Patches to the operating system and applications must be applied to fix critical security flaws before server implementation NP-OSA-3 Operating System and application vendors must be consulted at least every 30 days to determine if new patches must be applied

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Operating System /Application Configuration and Maintenance P-OSA-1 Servers and associated applications must be hardened on initial installation to security standards as provided by the ITD Information Security Director P-OSA-2 Patches to the operating system and applications must be applied to fix critical security flaws before server implementation P-OSA-3 Operating System and application vendors must be consulted at least every 30 days to determine if new patches must be applied

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P-OSA-4 Patches pertaining to non-critical security flaws must be evaluated by the server administrator and the ITD Information Security Director for applicability. Patches deemed applicable must be applied in a timely manner as determined by the ITD Information Security Director P-OSA-5 Server configuration must be periodically reviewed by the ITD Security Director or designee for compliance with security standards

NP-OSA-4 Patches pertaining to noncritical security flaws must be evaluated by the server administrator and the ITD Information Security Director for applicability. Patches deemed applicable must be applied in a timely manner as determined by the ITD Information Security Director NP-OSA-5 Server configuration must be periodically reviewed by the ITD Security Director or designee for compliance with security standards NP-OSA-6 A documented configuration control plan for operating system and application configuration standards must be approved by the ITD Security Director

PRO-OSA-4 Patches pertaining to non-critical security flaws must be evaluated by the server administrator and the ITD Information Security Director for applicability. Patches deemed applicable must be applied in a timely manner as determined by the ITD Information Security Director PRO-OSA-5 Server configuration must be periodically reviewed by the ITD Security Director or designee for compliance with security standards PRO-OSA-6 A documented configuration control plan for operating system and application configuration standards must be approved by the ITD Security Director PRO-OSA-7 Server configuration must be periodically reviewed by an independent party for compliance with security standards ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS - User Account Maintenance PRO-UAM-1 Where Account Holders having individually assigned access exist, account provision must conform to the standards specified in requirements PRO-AUM-1A through 1D. PRO-UAM-1A Account Holders must have an individually assigned account for which they are responsible. Shared, group, or guest accounts must not be used

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS User Account Maintenance P-UAM-1 Where Account Holders having individually assigned access exist, account provision must conform to the standards specified in requirements P-AUM-1A through 1D. P-UAM-1A Account Holders must have an individually assigned account for which they are responsible. Shared, group, or guest accounts must not be used

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS User Account Maintenance NP-UAM-1 All users must have individually assigned accounts for which they are responsible NP-UAM-1A Written management approval must be obtained prior to setting up individual user accounts

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P-UAM-1B System access must be removed immediately where the Account Holder has terminated their relationship with the District or changed locations within the District P-UAM-1C Account Holder access privileges must be assigned based on regular job duties P-UAM-1D Account Holder access privileges must be changed when job duties change. If a privilege is no longer required, it must be revoked ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS User Account Training P-UT-1 When user accounts exist, Account Holders must undergo basic security awareness training covering the District's Acceptable Use Policy and appropriate password management

NP-UAM-1B System access must be removed immediately where the Account Holder has terminated their relationship with the District or changed locations within the District NP-UAM-1C Account Holder access privileges must be assigned based on regular job duties NP-UAM-1D Account Holder access privileges must be changed when job duties change. If a privilege is no longer required, it must be revoked ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS User Account Training NP-UT-1 Account holders must undergo security awareness training, emphasizing specific requirements for Non-Public Information management, handling of information downloaded from secure systems and security incident reporting in addition to the District Acceptable Use Policy and appropriate password management. ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Confidentiality Assurance NP-OV-1 Formal documented procedures for reporting and investigating confidential information breaches must be developed in coordination with the ITD Information Security Director and District General Counsel

PRO-UAM-1B System access must be removed immediately where the Account Holder has terminated their relationship with the District or changed locations within the District

PRO-UAM-1C Account Holder access privileges must be assigned based on regular job duties PRO-UAM-1D Account Holder access privileges must be changed when job duties change. If a privilege is no longer required, it must be revoked

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS - User Account Training PRO-UT-1 Account Holders must undergo security training, covering desktop system security practices, Protected Information email practices, handling downloaded Protected Information, and other topics as determined by the ITD Information Security Director in addition to the District Acceptable Use Policy and password management

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Confidentiality Assurance N/A

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Confidentiality Assurance PRO-CA-1 Formal documented procedures for reporting and investigating confidential information breaches must be developed in coordination with the ITD Information Security Director and District General Counsel

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ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Verification of Outsourcing Practices P-OV-1 Service provider (outsourcer) security practices must be evaluated by the Data Custodian for compliance with District standards for physical, administrative and technical controls.

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS Verification of Outsourcing Practices NP-OV-1 Service provider (outsourcer) security practices must be evaluated by the Data Custodian for compliance with District standards for physical, administrative and technical controls.

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS - Verification of Outsourcing Practices PRO-OV-1 Service provider (outsourcer) security practices must be evaluated by the Data Custodian for compliance with District standards and with applicable regulatory requirements. Compliance criteria must be developed in consultation with District General Counsel and the ITD Information Security Director TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Account Control PRO-TAC-1 The system must be configured to prohibit any anonymous or unauthenticated access

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Account Control P-TAC-1 Where account holders having individually assigned access exist, they must conform to requirements P-TAC-1A through 1F. P-TAC-1A Non-trivial passwords must be enforced by technical measures. For example, in Windows 2000 an Account Policy may be defined to require minimum password length and password complexity requirements P-TAC-1B Accounts must be disabled after one quarter of inactivity P-TAC-1C Accounts must be automatically disabled after 5 unsuccessful login attempts P-TAC-1D Password changes must be required at least every 120 days

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Account Control NP-TAC-1 The system must be configured to prohibit any anonymous or unauthenticated access NP-TAC-2 The system must be configured to enforce strong password selection for all user access via technical measures to meet requirements NP-TAC-2A through 2D. NP-TAC-2A Passwords must be nontrivial NP-TAC-2B Passwords must be at least 8 characters in length NP-TAC-2C Passwords must consist of a mix of alphabetic and numeric characters

PRO-TAC-2 The system must be configured to enforce strong password selection for all user access via technical measures to meet requirements PRO-TAC-2A through 2D. PRO-TAC-2A Passwords must be non-trivial PRO-TAC-2B Passwords must be at least 8 characters in length PRO-TAC-2C Passwords must consist of a mix of alphabetic and numeric characters

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P-TAC-1E Account Holder access to files, commands, and application functions must be based on job requirements and enforced using system access control lists (ACLs). At a minimum, system software and application executables should provide write, update, and delete access only to Technical Administrators P-TAC-1F Only individually assigned system administrators may have privileged accounts, permitting operating system and security configuration

NP-TAC-2D Passwords must not be a word found in a dictionary

PRO-TAC-2D Passwords must not be a word found in a dictionary

NP-TAC-3 Accounts must be disabled after one quarter of inactivity NP-TAC-4 Accounts must be automatically disabled after 5 unsuccessful login attempts NP-TAC-5 Password changes must be required at least every 90 days NP-TAC-6 Account Holder access to files, commands, and application functions must be based on job requirements and enforced using system permissions or access control lists (ACLs). NP-TAC-7 Default read access to confidential data must be set to none" via system permissions or ACLs NP-TAC-8 Only individually assigned system administrators may have privileged accounts, permitting operating system and security configuration

PRO-TAC-3 Accounts must be disabled after one quarter of inactivity PRO-TAC-4 Accounts must be automatically disabled after 5 unsuccessful login attempts PRO-TAC-5 Password changes must be required at least every 60 days PRO-TAC-6 Application access must time out after an idle time of 30 minutes. This timeout must be independent of any workstation or network access timeout. PRO-TAC-7 Account Holder access to files, commands, and application functions must be based on job requirements and enforced using system permissions or access control lists (ACLs). PRO-TAC-8 Default read access to confidential data must be set to none" via system permissions or ACLs PRO-TAC-9 Only individually assigned system administrators may have privileged accounts, permitting operating system and security configuration

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PRO-TAC-10 If feasible, end users should be restricted to only a single application session, to discourage sharing IDs and passwords. PRO-TAC-11 If feasible, at time of application login, the date and time of the end user's last access must appear. End users must be trained to review this information and to report any discrepancy between the displayed date and time and the user's recollection of their last access TECHNICAL CONTROLS AntivirusControl P-AV-1 All servers must be configured to automatically run appropriate anti-virus software P-AV-2 Anti-virus signatures automatically must be checked for update on a daily basis, with signatures updated immediately upon availability TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Event Logging P-EL-1 Servers must be configured to log the following events defined in P-EL-1A through 1C locally: P-EL-1A Changes to the server's security policy P-EL-1B Successful and unsuccessful authentication attempts P-EL-1C Privileged access to system resources. P-EL-2 Event logs must be reviewed by the Data Custodian or a designee on a weekly basis for high-risk events. TECHNICAL CONTROLS AntivirusControl NP-AV-1 All servers must be configured to automatically run appropriate anti-virus software NP-AV-2 Anti-virus signatures automatically must be checked for update on a daily basis, with signatures updated immediately upon availability TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Event Logging NP-EL-1 Servers must be configured to log the following events defined in NPEL-1A through 1C locally: NP-EL-1A Changes to the server's security policy NP-EL-1B Successful and unsuccessful authentication attempts NP-EL-1C Privileged access to system resources. NP-EL-1D Unsuccessful attempts to access files, execute programs, or perform other actions blocked by security rules NP-EL-2 Event logs must be reviewed by the Data Custodian or a designee on a daily basis for high-risk events. TECHNICAL CONTROLS - AntivirusControl PRO-AV-1 All servers must be configured to automatically run appropriate anti-virus software PRO-AV-2 Anti-virus signatures automatically must be checked for update on a daily basis, with signatures updated immediately upon availability TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Event Logging PRO-EL-1 Servers must be configured to log the following events defined in PRO-EL-1A through 1C locally: PRO-EL-1A Changes to the server's security policy PRO-EL-1B Successful and unsuccessful authentication attempts PRO-EL-1C Privileged access to system resources. PRO-EL-1D Unsuccessful attempts to access files, execute programs, or perform other actions blocked by security rules PRO-EL-2 Event logs must be reviewed by the Data Custodian or a designee on a daily basis for unusual events.

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PRO-EL-3 Servers must log Additional event types, as required by regulation or policy governing the Protected Information. PRO-EL-4 Event logs must be recorded both locally on the server itself and remotely on a log server designated by the ITD Information Security Director TECHNICAL CONTROLS Encryption N/A TECHNICAL CONTROLS – Encryption NP-ENC-1 All Non-Public Information traversing non-LAUSD networks must be encrypted TECHNICAL CONTROLS – Encryption PRO-ENC-1 All Protected Information traversing between client computers and web or application servers must be encrypted between source and destination using the strongest commercially available encryption as determined by the ITD Security Director PRO-ENC-2 Privileged access must use an encrypted Virtual Private Network (VPN) or equivalently strong mechanism approved by the ITD Information Security Director for both local network and Internet access PRO-ENC-3 All user account passwords must be stored in encrypted form on the local system.

NP-ENC-2 Password prompt and the password sent back to the server must be encrypted across all networks, both LAUSD-controlled and outside networks NP-ENC-3 Where encryption is used, the strongest available commercial encryption as determined by the ITD Security Director must be configured TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Traffic Filtering N/A TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Traffic Filtering NP-TF-1 The primary data repository for Non-Public Information must not reside on a publicly accessible Web server. If nonpublic information is accessible from nonDistrict networks, data must reside on a separate server located within a firewall DMZ specifically assigned to Non-Public Information database servers.

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Traffic Filtering PRO-TF-1 The primary data repository for Protected Information must not reside on a publicly accessible Web server. If non-public information is accessible from non-District networks, data must reside on a separate server located within a firewall DMZ specifically assigned to Non-Public Information database servers.

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NP-TF-2 Servers housing Non-Public Information must implement host-based TCP/IP filtering to restrict access to authorized services only. TCP/IP filtering or IPSec filtering may be used for Windows 2000 servers, ipfw or ipchains for Linux servers or Apple servers, or other equivalent products as applicable.

PRO-TF-2 Servers housing Protected Information must implement host-based TCP/IP filtering to restrict access to authorized services only. TCP/IP filtering or IPSec filtering may be used for Windows 2000 servers, ipfw or ipchains for Linux servers or Apple servers, or other equivalent products as applicable. PRO-TF-3 Network traffic containing Protected Information must separated from other District traffic by assigning specific IP subnets, use of a Virtual LAN (VLAN) or other measure approved by the ITD Information Security Director.

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Intrusion Detection N/A

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Intrusion Detection N/A

TECHNICAL CONTROLS - Intrusion Detection PRO-ID-1 File integrity validation products (e.g., Tripwire) must be used on servers to determine if critical files have undergone unauthorized modification PRO-ID-2 Host intrusion detection systems must be installed on servers hosting Protected Information, or equivalent products approved by the ITD Information Security Director must be used.

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ASSISTANCE:

For further information, please contact Patrick Luce, IT Security Director at (213) 241-1343.

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TITLE:

Description of Security Standards for Installation of Building Automation Systems (BAS) on the LAUSD Network REF-4686 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer May 5, 2009

ROUTING ITD Facilities

NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: BACKGROUND:

This document describes security standards for the installation of building automation systems on the LAUSD network. Refer to Bulletin 4600 for a full description of the Information Technology Division’s policy concerning building automation systems. This is a new reference guide.

MAJOR CHANGES: STANDARDS:

Because BAS control building systems manage the critical systems of a building, care must be taken in connecting them to a shared network. Ensuring the availability and integrity of building services is of utmost importance. The security standards described in this bulletin are based on best practices for securely connecting devices to a network: 1. Account Management a. Default, guest or anonymous accounts must be disabled, especially those allowing remote access. b. Accounts that provide the vendor alternative access to the BAS (“backdoors”) must be documented and disabled. c. The BAS must support complex passwords to match LAUSD policy as described in Reference Guide 1551. d. Along with local accounts, the BAS should support use of external authentication services like RADIUS or LDAP. 2. Removal of Unnecessary Services and Programs a. The BAS must support the capability to disable or remove unnecessary or unneeded services and programs. For example, if a device supports both Telnet and SSH for remote administration, the Telnet service can be disabled by a technician. 3. User Interface/Encryption a. If the BAS provides a web browser based interface: i. Web server must support HTTPS/SSL. ii. Web server must protect against common exploits (XSS, SQL injection). Page 1 of 3 May 5, 2009

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b. If the BAS provides a terminal or command line interface: i. BAS should support Secure Shell (SSH). ii. BAS should support Secure Copy (SCP) in place of FTP or TFTP. Network Configuration a. The BAS must allow configuration of network settings (IP address, net mask, etc.) to match LAUSD network topology. Logging/Monitoring a. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) should be built into the BAS, with the ability to have separate read-only and readwrite community strings. b. The BAS should log configuration changes that modify the operating characteristics of a device, with a date/time stamp and the identity of the party making the change. c. Support of Syslog, or other remote logging systems, is highly desirable. Power/Network Outages a. After power loss, the BAS must boot back into the last saved configuration, not the default configuration. b. The components of the BAS (card readers, temperature sensors, etc.) must continue to function in stand alone mode in the case of a network outage. Patching/software updates a. The BAS must support a mechanism for on the field upgrades of firmware and software, whether by the vendor or District staff. Installation a. The BAS should be installed in the VLAN designated for network equipment (commonly called the “equipment” VLAN.) b. BAS components must not be installed on the administrative or instructional VLANs.

ITD Security will conduct a security vulnerability scan of the building automation system to confirm it meets the standards described in this bulletin. If a candidate BAS does not meet one or more of the standards enumerated above, additional mitigating security controls may be required before the deployment of the system on the LAUSD network. Please contact the ITD Security Office for guidance in this situation. REFERENCES: Bulletin 4600: ITD Building Automation Systems Policy

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Reference Guide 1551: Description of Security Standards for Networked Computer Systems Housing Confidential Information ASSISTANCE: For further information please call Gashaw Teshome, Coordinator of ITD Security, at (213) 241-0627.

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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT POLICY BULLETIN ROUTING Administrators

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: POLICY:

Acceptance of IT Technical Systems for Maintenance BUL-2175 Megan Klee Chief Information Officer January 17, 2006

The purpose of this bulletin is to clarify the criteria for final acceptance of IT systems for maintenance. IT systems must be fully functioning and compliant with technical specifications before final signoff/acceptance is given to the contractor or any district unit completing an installation. This is the first version of this document. Local Districts, Central Facilities, Information Technology Division (ITD) and schools have shared responsibility to ensure that technical systems function when installed, and to ensure that they can be maintained after installation. Technical systems include Local Area Networks, Phones (PBX), Intrusion Alarms, Public Address, and Intercommunication Systems. Many of these systems are installed through Local District Safety and Technology, Modernization, Additions, New Schools, or other projects. As these technical systems are installed, critical minimum criteria and standards must be met in order to maintain them. Facilities Division, Local Districts, schools and ITD are responsible for oversight of the system installations. This oversight includes ensuring that systems are functional when they are delivered from contractors, and that they are complete with one-year warranties, and technical documentation. As part of the process, we require the school Principal to certify that the system is operational before the contract is considered substantially completed and the contractor paid. As the onsite end user, the Principal is a critical part of the approval process before a project is considered complete and working. ITD will not accept maintenance responsibility for technical systems not installed to ITD-approved specifications and fully functioning at the time they are turned over to ITD for maintenance support

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ITD will make every effort to budget for future years’ maintenance centrally, but until the maintenance is centrally budgeted, Local Districts will also need to plan for system maintenance. Attached are check-off lists to assist in planning. The ITD Infrastructure Group is available to assist in clarifying the scope of technical work, specifications and designs, and to help ensure that a fully functioning and compliant technical system exists before final sign-off/acceptance is given to the contractor. ASSISTANCE: For assistance from ITD call James Alther, Chief Technology Director – Infrastructure Group at (213) 241-1332.

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Checklist for Local Area Networks (LAN)
The following criteria must be met before ITD can accept responsibility for maintenance:
The entire scope of work and specifications includes all elements to achieve full connectivity to the Internet from every drop installed. The LAN was installed and completed according to the entire scope of work and specifications. All Requests for Clarifications (RFCs) and Change Orders causing a deviation from the scope or specifications are documented in writing and are attached to this sign-off sheet¹. Network is fully configured, addressed, and integrated to ITD specifications. There is a minimum of one computer attached, connected, and configured in every classroom, instructional area, and office. There is only one school site fully-integrated network that is attached to the T1 line. There is sufficient electrical power for all LAN equipment and computers in the classroom. There are proper environmental controls (i.e., air conditioning and uninterrupted power systems where applicable) to protect equipment (maximum 72° F) in the MDF. It has been demonstrated that students and teachers can access the Internet and District Internet resources from all classrooms, offices, and instructional areas. The school must have had use of the system for at least one week. ITD has completed a test of the system(s) to verify it meets performance specifications. ITD and the school are formally notified that the system is complete. All above criteria has been verified: (check all that apply) System/nomenclature Location/address School Principal
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Checklist for Local Area Networks (LAN) cont’d.
All documents have been provided to ITD, including but not limited to, as-builts, inventory of equipment, cost documents, warranty information, manuals for all equipment (CSIU representative). The school site Principal or designee has certified that the entire system has been functioning for at least one week and continues to function as of the date Principal signs this sign-off sheet. Sufficient number of voice and data lines and bandwidth capacity into the school exist (verified by ITD-Telecommunications Office).
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Note: No changes are to be made to the specifications or the scope of work without approval from ITD.

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Checklist for Public Address, Intercom, and Phones (PBX)
The following criteria must be met before ITD can accept responsibility for maintenance: Y All Systems are installed and completed according to the entire scope of work and specifications. All Requests for Clarifications (RFCs) and Change Orders causing a deviation to the scope or specifications are documented in writing and are attached to this sign-off sheet¹. Current installed phone system (PBX) can support the intercom systems and provide phone voice service to all classrooms. PBX and Intercom is fully inter-connected, configured, and programmed correctly. There are proper environmental controls (i.e., air conditioning and uninterrupted power systems where applicable) to protect equipment (maximum 72° F) in the MDF and Main Point of Entry (MPOE). It has been demonstrated that there is phone (voice) access out to 911 and local calls from all classrooms, instructional areas, and offices. The school must have use of the system for at least one week before signing off. ITD has completed a test of the system(s) to verify it meets performance specifications. All above criteria has been verified: (check all that apply) System/nomenclature Location/address School Principal (Print Name) Local District OAR (Print Name) FTPMG Project Manager FTPMG Director/Deputy Director (Print Name) (Print Name) Signature Signature Signature Date Date Date Initials [ ] Signature Date Public Address □ Intercom □ [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] N Initials [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]

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The school site Principal or designee has certified that the entire system has been functioning for at least one week and continues to function as of (date): _______/_____/_________ All documents have been provided to ITD, including but not limited to, as-builts, inventory of equipment, cost documents, warranty information, manuals for all equipment (CSIU representative): Sufficient number of voice and data lines and bandwidth capacity into the school exist (verified by ITD-Telecommunications Office): ITD PMO Representative School Accepted? (Print Name) Yes______ No______ Signature Date _____________________

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Checklist for Intrusion Alarm The following criteria must be met before ITD can accept responsibility for maintenance: Y The Intrusion Alarm System was installed and completed according to the entire scope of work and specifications. All Requests for Clarifications (RFCs) and Change Orders causing a deviation to the scope or specifications are documented in writing and are attached to this sign-off sheet¹. System is fully functional and is connected, configured, and programmed correctly and meets School Police and ITD requirements. There are proper environmental controls (i.e., air conditioning and uninterrupted power systems where applicable) to protect equipment (maximum 72° F) in the MDF. ITD has completed a test of the system(s) to verify it meets performance specifications. ITD and the school are formally notified that the system is complete. All above criteria has been verified: (check all that apply) System/nomenclature Location/address School Principal (Print Name) Local District OAR FTPMG Project Manager FTPMG Director/Deputy Director (Print Name) (Print Name) (Print Name) Signature Signature Signature Signature Date Date Date Date Initials [ ] [ ] [ ] Intrusion Alarm □ [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] N [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Initials

The school site Principal or designee has certified that the entire system has been functioning for at least one week and continues to function as of (date): _______/_____/_________ All documents have been provided to ITD, including but not limited to, as-builts, inventory of equipment, cost documents, warranty information, manuals for all equipment (CSIU representative): Sufficient number of voice and data lines and bandwidth capacity into the school exist (verified by ITDTelecommunications Office): ITD PMO Representative School Accepted? (Print Name) Yes______ No______ Signature Date _____________________

Comments: __________________________________________________________________
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MEMORANDUM

TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE:
PURPOSE:

SAP Cutover Outage MEM-4544 Anthony D. Tortorice Chief Information Officer October 29, 2008

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All Schools and Offices

The purpose of this Memorandum is to announce a planned system upgrade of the BTS/SAP computer system. None ITD is pleased to announce a planned system upgrade of the BTS/SAP computer system. While this effort will not impact the vast majority of employees all should know that BTS/SAP will not be available on the following dates: November 7 (after 6pm), 8, 9, 10 and 11th. (November 11th is Veteran’s Day, a holiday for district employees.) Anything BTS/SAP related, including access to HR, payroll and finance systems will be unavailable on those dates, so please plan accordingly. This upgrade effort will improve the system’s handling of concurrent employment benefitting over 17,000 district employees. It will be implemented only after significant testing. Again, the BTS system will not be available from 6pm Friday November 7th to 6am Wednesday November 12th.

MAJOR CHANGES: INSTRUCTIONS:

ASSISTANCE:

For assistance or further information please contact ITD Service Desk at (213) 2415200.

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TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: DATE: POLICY:

ENTERPRISE LICENSE – SYMANTEC ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE BUL-717.1 Margaret A. Klee Chief Information Officer February 6, 2004

ROUTING All Employees All Locations

To protect District computers against possible infections by computer viruses, the District has purchased a District-wide Anti-Virus software license. This license allows Los Angeles Unified School District to use the software on any desktop computer in the District, and allows District employees (but not students) to install the software to their home computers. This bulletin has been revised to reflect a change of a phone number. The new number to Information Technology Division’s Helpdesk is (323) 224-2277. This bulletin replaces Bulletin K-23 entitled, “Enterprise License – Norton Anti-Virus Software” January 14, 2002. It contains new information on the release of the new version of the District-wide Enterprise License for Symantec Anti-Virus software.

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GUIDELINES: The following guidelines apply. Responsibilities of District Personnel For computers connected to the Internet, the link to download the software is published on LAUSD’s Software Copyright Compliance website http://www.lausd.net/lausd/offices/itd/sccs/norton.html. Once the virus protection software is installed the Symantec Anti-Virus software will regularly go out to the Internet and obtain updates. The enclosed Symantec Anti-Virus CD is for use on computers not attached to the Internet. As part of the enterprise license, District staff is also permitted to install this software on their home personal computers and may use the CD to do so. The CD should be checked out for installation on stand-alone computers at your site, or for staff home use. Any computer not connected to the Internet, i.e., stand-alone, must obtain new virus definition files and manually install on those computers. It is recommended those virus definition files be downloaded from Symantec’s web site at http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/defs.download.html and manually installed on those computers. Refer to “Frequently Asked Questions” on LAUSD’s Software Copyright Compliance website. No additional mailings for this version of the CD will be made. Policy Bulletin No. BUL-717.1 Office of the Chief Information Officer Page 1 of 9 February 6, 2004

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Staff may also download the software from the District’s website to their home computer, but need to be aware that downloading from LAUSDnet may take several hours. It is recommended that individuals wishing to install the software on their home computers checkout the Symantec Anti-Virus CD from the appropriate site contact. See Attachment A for a recommended Checkout Agreement. The Symantec System Center is the central management console that lets you centrally manage computers running Symantec Anti-Virus Corporate Edition, roll out virus protection, update virus definitions, manage Central Quarantine, and manage alert forwarding. Sites with technology personnel that are interested in obtaining the Symantec System Center (Console), please call Vickie Frederick at (213) 241-1070. Schools and offices are advised that installation, administration and support of the onsite Console are the location’s responsibility. Please do not request the package if you do not have on-site personnel to administer the product. Please visit http://enterprisesecurity.symantec.com/products/products.cfm?ProductID=155&EID=0 for more information. The enterprise license is a legal agreement between the District and the distributor of the Symantec Anti-Virus software. The unauthorized use or installation of the software could result in legal liability. All users must follow the agreement. Refer to Bulletin No. 716 “Compliance with the 1976 United States Copyright Law – Computer Software” dated January 8, 2004 for information on LAUSD policy as it relates to computer software. Product Specifications Symantec Anti-Virus Corporate Edition 8.1 will only support Windows 98/98 SE/Me, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation/Server with Service Pack 6a, Windows 2000 Professional/Server, and Windows XP Home/Professional. However, we have also included Norton Anti-Virus Corporate Edition 7.61 which can be used for Windows 95. Windows 3.x and DOS are no longer supported. Norton Anti-Virus for Macintosh 9.0 is for use on Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later. Norton Anti-Virus for Macintosh 8.0.4 is for use on Mac OS X v10.1-10.1.4. Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh 7.0.2 is for use on Mac OS 8.1-9.2.2. Symantec does not support Macintosh servers at this time. AUTHORITY: None

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RELATED RESOURCES:

BUL-716 provides information regarding unauthorized use or installation of the software that would result in legal liability.

ASSISTANCE: Please refer to Attachment B for installation instructions. Should you need assistance installing this software, please place a service call by calling Information Technology Division’s Help Desk at (323) 224-2277. For further information, please contact Vickie Frederick, Director, Network Operations at (213) 241-1070.

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CHECK OUT AGREEMENT

Location: _____________________________________ Code: ____________ I understand that as a condition of the District’s Enterprise License, this Symantec Anti-Virus CD may not be use on any computer other than those listed below. District-owned computers (including those donated) Computers personally owned by District staff I further understand by signing below, I acknowledge my responsibilities and understand that I may be held personally responsible for any mis-use, and that I have read and understand Bulletin No. 716 “Compliance with the 1976 United States Copyright Law - Computer Software” dated January 8, 2004.

Signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________________________

Employee #: ___________________ Room Number: ________________

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LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Information Technology Division BULLETIN NO. 717.1 February 6, 2004 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Table of Contents A. Installing Symantec Anti-Virus 8.1 For Windows (32-Bit) From CD B. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.61 For Windows 95 From CD C. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 9.0 For Macintosh From CD D. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 8.0.4 For Macintosh From CD E. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.0.2 For Macintosh From CD A. Installing Symantec Anti-Virus 8.1 For Windows (32-Bit) From CD System requirements: • • • • Windows 98/98 SE/Me; Windows NT 4.0 Workstation/Server with Service Pack 6a; Windows 2000 Professional/Server; Windows XP Home Edition/Professional Edition 32 MB RAM minimum 46 MB disk space Intel Pentium processor (Pentium II or higher recommended) ATTACHMENT B

Installing Symantec Anti-Virus 8.1: 1. Before starting the installation, please save your work, close all open applications, uninstall any Anti-Virus software running on your machine, and reboot the computer. 2. Users who are installing to Windows NT/2000/XP must be logged on with local administrator rights. 3. Insert the Symantec Anti-Virus CD into the CD-ROM drive. 4. In Windows Explorer, double-click the CD-ROM drive to open it. 5. Double-click SAV32.exe. This launches the Setup program. 6. After you have read the LAUSD copyright notice, click OK to accept. 7. Click Setup to begin installation. 8. Please be patient during installation. This will take several minutes. The workstation will reboot when Setup completes. You should then see a yellow shield on your task bar. LiveUpdate will run in the background if you have an Internet connection.

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B. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.61 For Windows 95 From CD System requirements: • • • • • Windows 95 32 MB RAM minimum 43 MB of free disk space (80 MB during installation) Intel 486 processor (Pentium or faster recommended) WINSOCK 2.0 or later

Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.61: 1. Before starting the installation, please save your work, close all open applications, uninstall any Anti-Virus software running on your machine, and reboot the computer. 2. Insert the Symantec Anti-Virus CD into the CD-ROM drive. 3. In Windows Explorer, double-click the CD-ROM drive to open it. 4. Double-click NAV32.exe in the Windows 95 folder. This launches the Setup program. 5. After you have read the LAUSD copyright notice, click OK to accept. 6. Click Setup to begin installation. 7. Please be patient during installation. This will take several minutes. The workstation will reboot when Setup completes. You should then see a yellow shield on your task bar. LiveUpdate will run in the background if you have an Internet connection. 8. Open Norton Anti-Virus Corporate Edition. 9. On The File Menu, click Schedule Updates. 10. Verify that Enable scheduled automatic updates is checked. 11. Click Schedule. 12. For Frequency select Daily. 13. For When At: time select 8:00 AM. 14. Click OK. 15. Click OK again then Exit.

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C. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 9.0 For Macintosh From CD System requirements: • • • • Macintosh OS X version 10.1.5 or later (workstation only) G3 or G4 processor 128 MB RAM 30 MB of available hard disk space for installation

Installing Norton Anti-Virus 9.0 for Macintosh: The install procedure requires that you enter an Administrator password. Before starting the installation, please save your work, close all open applications, uninstall any Anti-Virus software running on your machine, and reboot the computer. 1. Insert the Symantec Anti-Virus CD into the CD-ROM drive. Double-click the CD icon to open it. 2. In the CD window, open the Install for OS X 10.1.5 or later folder. 3. Double-click Norton Anti-Virus Installer. If the Authenticate window does not automatically appear, click the lock in the lower-left corner of the Authorization window to open the Authenticate window and continue with the rest of the procedure. 4. In the Authenticate window, type your Administrator password, and then click OK. 5. In the Welcome to the Norton Anti-Virus Product Installer window, click Continue. 6. Review the Read Me text, and then click Continue. 7. In the Software License Agreement window, click Continue. 8. In the agreement dialog box that appears, click Agree. 9. In the Select a Destination window, select the disk on which you want to install Norton Anti-Virus, then click Continue. 10. In the Easy Install window, click Install. If you have other Symantec products installed on your computer, this button may say Upgrade. 11. In the installation dialog box that appears, click Continue Installation. 12. When installation is complete, click Restart. 13. Start Norton Anti-Virus and run LiveUpdate to get the latest virus protection (Internet connection required). 14. To change the scheduled monthly update to daily, open Norton Scheduler. 15. In the Norton Scheduler window, select Update Virus Protection and click Edit. 16. In the Choose a product update list, select All Products. 17. In the Set a Frequency list, select Daily. 18. Set the start time to 8:00 AM. 19. Click Save and Quit Norton Scheduler. Policy Bulletin No. BUL-717.1 Office of the Chief Information Officer Page 7 of 9 February 6, 2004

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D. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 8.0.4 For Macintosh From CD System requirements: • • • • Macintosh OS X version 10.1-10.1.4 (workstation only) G3 or G4 processor 128 MB RAM 30 MB of available hard disk space for installation

Installing Norton Anti-Virus 8.0.4 for Macintosh: The install procedure requires that you enter an Administrator password. Before starting the installation, please save your work, close all open applications, uninstall any Anti-Virus software running on your machine, and reboot the computer. 1. Insert the Symantec Anti-Virus CD into the CD-ROM drive. Double-click the CD icon to open it. 2. In the CD window, open the Install for OS X 10.1-10.1.4 folder. 3. Double-click Install Norton Anti-Virus. 4. In the Authenticate window, enter your administrator password, and then click OK. 5. In the Welcome to the Norton Anti-Virus Product Installer window, click Continue. 6. In the Software License Agreement window, click Accept. 7. Review the Read Me text, and then click Continue. 8. In the Easy Install window, click Install. 9. After you have read the subscription notice, click OK. 10. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 11. Click Restart when installation has completed. 12. Start Norton Anti-Virus and run LiveUpdate to get the latest virus protection (Internet connection required). 13. To change the scheduled monthly update to daily, open Norton Scheduler. 14. In the Norton Scheduler window, select Monthly Defs Update and click Edit. 15. Change the name for the task to “Daily Update.” 16. In the Choose a product update list, select All Products. 17. In the Set a Frequency list, select Daily. 18. Set the start time to 8:00 AM. 19. Close the Edit LiveUpdate Task window, click Save and Quit Norton Scheduler.

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E. Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.0.2 For Macintosh From CD System requirements: • • • • • • Macintosh OS 8.1-9.x (workstation only) or Macintosh OS 8.5 or later (workstation only) for Control Strip functionality Macintosh PowerPC processor 24 MB of RAM 10 MB of available hard disk space for installation 3 MB of available hard disk space

Installing Norton Anti-Virus 7.0.2 for Macintosh: Before starting the installation, please save your work, close all open applications, uninstall any Anti-Virus software running on your machine, and reboot the computer. 1. Insert the Symantec Anti-Virus CD into the CD-ROM drive. 2. Double-click the CD icon to open it. 3. In the CD window, open the Install for OS 8.1-9.x folder. 4. Double-click Install Norton Anti-Virus. 5. Follow the prompts to progress through the information screens. 6. For Install Location, confirm or specify a destination folder to install. 7. Click Install. 8. After you have read the subscription notice, click OK to accept. 9. Confirm the Virus Scanning Preferences and click Set Preferences and Continue. 10. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 11. Click Restart when installation has completed. 12. Start Norton Anti-Virus and run LiveUpdate to get the latest virus protection (Internet connection required). 13. To schedule daily updates, click Schedule Future Updates. 14. Click New. 15. Type “Daily update” and click OK. 16. From the Event Type pop-up menu, select Update All. 17. From the How Often pop-up menu, select daily. 18. Enter the date and time the scheduled update should begin. 19. Click Done.

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Information Technology Infrastructure Strategic Execution Plan
Annual Update March 2008

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................... 1 Overview ............................................................. 1 PURPOSE/HISTORY ................................................... 4 Scope .................................................................. 4 History ................................................................. 6 Summary ............................................................. 8 PROJECT AREA III TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS................................ 28 School Site Telephone Wiring ........................... 28 PROJECT AREA II WIIDE AREA NETWORKS AND METROPOLITAN AREA NETWORKS ............................................................. 26 WAN/MAN Expansion and Modernization ......... 26

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ORGANIZATION ......................................................... 9 Information Technology Division ....................... 10 Capital Projects ................................................. 11 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SCOPE ............................. 14 Program/Project Management Goals ................ 14 Project Development ......................................... 15 Design Guidelines ............................................. 15 PROGRAM FUNDING/BUDGET ................................... 16 Funding Sources ............................................... 16 Budget ............................................................... 18 CHALLENGES ......................................................... 19 REPORTING ............................................................ 21

PROJECT AREA IV MULTIPLE SYSTEMS, CONVERGENCE OF SYSTEMS, AND OTHER IT RELATED PROJECTS ................................ 29 Radio Communications ..................................... 30 COMPLETED PROJECTS ............................................ 31 Routers ............................................................. 31 Token Ring Conversion ..................................... 31 PBX Upgrades and Replacements.................... 32 Early Education Centers ................................... 32 Adult Education and Occupational Centers ....... 33 Police Dispatch and Records Management ...... 33 Telephone Line Consolidation ........................... 34 PROJECTS BUDGET ................................................. 35

APPENDICES
APPENDIX A ........................................................ 37 APPENDIX B ........................................................ 47 APPENDIX C - GLOSSARY ..................................... 57

PROJECTS
MAJOR IT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ................... 23 PROJECT STATUS SUMMARY……………………….24 PROJECT AREA I LOCAL AREA NETWORKS- .................................... 25 LAN Modernization ....................................... 25

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he Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is committed to providing the highest quality instructional services to students. The technology infrastructure is a critical element necessary for the delivery of, and access to, instructional services and resources. The District’s growing information technology needs must compete for limited resources and increasing numbers of other priorities. The Information Technology Division (ITD) works within this constraint while pursuing long-term solutions, with implementation schedules of two to seven years. The Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure Program is a series of projects based on a foundation of industry standards, best practices, and proven capabilities. The goal is to build a cohesive, comprehensive technology infrastructure that is the critical foundation for the delivery of voice, video, and data services necessary to support the District’s educational mission. Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure is as essential to schools The IT Infrastructure Strategic Execution Plan (SEP) as their electrical and plumbing implements a number of the infrastructure-related systems. initiatives outlined and described in the District’s IT Data, voice, and video communication Strategic Plan and Architecture 1 , and is part of the systems provide access to essential District’s Instructional Technology Plan 2 . Collectively, instructional support functions, such as: these documents highlight the tasks and projects necessary to support instruction and address safety Standards-based, multimedia curriculum concerns. Additional benefits include reducing Real time student assessment operation and maintenance costs and increasing Lesson plan development security capabilities that protect student and staff Professional development privacy. Funding for the IT Infrastructure Program Collaboration includes Measure K, Measure R, Measure Y, E-Rate, District business applications and other sources, when available. Communication with parents 911 dial out from all classrooms Anytime/anywhere access to critical District Overview As one of the largest education providers in the and outside resources and information country, LAUSD faces unique technological On demand grades and attendance challenges in terms of size and complexity. The IT reporting Infrastructure SEP summarizes the initiatives undertaken to meet these challenges while working within the constraints of limited budgets and fiscal realities. The projects’ objectives are to install, upgrade, and modernize a solid information technology infrastructure needed to support the District’s goal of providing the highest quality instruction to students. Although the infrastructure needs are ongoing, this SEP addresses the obtainable goals achieved with Measure K, Measure R, Measure Y, and E-Rate funding.

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Challenge The challenge is to meet the ever-increasing demand for delivery of information to over a million users at more than 1,200 sites. Students, teachers, parents, and staff require 24 hours – seven days a week access to: E-mail Educational resources Online research Distance learning Web-based student information Business applications that directly impact student performance Many of the District’s information technology infrastructure systems are reaching the limits of their capacity to meet existing demands and are showing signs of age-related stress. The IT Infrastructure SEP addresses this problem with long-term solutions while maximizing funding. Intent The IT Infrastructure SEP identifies key projects that provide necessary technology-related upgrades, replacements, and new installations. Specifically, the plan: Identifies the District’s information technology infrastructure system(s) Describes the scope of projects Provides project schedules Defines budgets and costs Outlines the management structure and coordination requirements Delineates accountability measures and procedures Vision The vision outlined in the IT Infrastructure SEP enhances and supports the educational process by establishing and maintaining current and relevant technologies that: Support instructional strategies that enhance student achievement Increase opportunities for staff development Increase opportunities for student research Increase access to worldwide information through the Internet Allow access to educational partners Allow access to District educational and business applications/data Deliver and support rich media Increase collaboration Allow on-line learning Increase mechanisms for greater communication between parents and staff
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Mission The mission of IT infrastructure initiatives is to contribute to, support, and enhance educational and business practices and student achievement by providing appropriate and necessary technology resources, information, and related services. Guiding Principles The fundamental guiding principles underlying all elements of the IT Infrastructure SEP are as follows: Accountability at the program and project level Cost-effective installation processes that are centrally coordinated, managed, and designed Installation of technologies that are proven reliable and help to reduce ongoing maintenance and support costs Use of quality materials and workmanship Projects delivered on schedule and within budget Designs and installations aligned with the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture Timely and accurate dissemination of program information that supports and enhances coordinated management and minimizes disruptions to the school environment Strong client relationships with contractors, suppliers, and governmental agencies Strong client relationships with parent and community stakeholders, as well as site personnel which includes administrators, teachers, and students Comprehensive program reports for the Board of Education and the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) Quality assurance that complements scheduled completion dates at all critical levels Continuous program improvement based on iterative analysis of experiences, maximizing opportunities for cost savings and early project completion Adherence to strict District and industry specifications

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rior to the passage of Bond BB in 1997, the District’s information technology infrastructure consisted mainly of traditional telephone systems and some data connections in school offices. Some schools had intercoms, intrusion alarms, and/or public address systems connected from offices to classrooms that were originally installed when the school opened.

Today, the District’s information technology infrastructure (see diagram on page 5) includes, and continues to install, millions of miles of copper and fiber optic cabling and hundreds of thousands of pieces of equipment that provide voice, video, and data access to classrooms and offices at over 1,200 sites. All sites connect to the District’s Wide Area Network (WAN), which provides over a million students, staff, volunteers, and other users with access to the Internet and the District’s instructional and business resources. System users demand that the networks function 24-hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to this demand, security of staff and student privacy rights are paramount at a time when the number of network hacker attacks is increasing. As demand continues to grow exponentially, ITD requires an increased line of funding to meet District needs. Currently, less than one percent of the District’s ongoing budget is spent on all information systems, including applications and ongoing support (a recent Gartner study shows major organizations similar in size and scope to LAUSD devote two to three percent of their budget to information technology spending). The demand for access has increased significantly in the last eight years. The demands are evidenced by the following growth: In December 2006, the District increased its Internet bandwidth of 340 Mbps to 1250 Mbps. Immediately following the increase, bandwidth usage reached a peak of 350 Mbps. The District’s current usage is 600 Mbps and continues to grow. The average number of e-mails sent and received daily has gone from 150,000 in 2001 to 1,307,430 in 2008 – an 872 percent growth. The average number of web site hits has grown from 1.9 million a week in January 2004 to just over 3 million a week in January 2008 - a 158 percent growth in four years.

Scope
The District’s information technology infrastructure encompasses a variety of wired and wireless systems to carry and route voice and data communications. The IT Infrastructure SEP describes the tactical initiatives that align with the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to: Leverage previous investments and control costs by building on, integrating, and maximizing existing systems Utilize cost-effective and proven new technologies

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The high-level diagram (below) illustrates the District’s information technology infrastructure systems supporting critical information delivery and security services, including: The Wide Area Network (WAN) that includes data and voice equipment and circuits which connect all District offices, schools, and other locations to District and Internet resources School and office site Local Area Networks (LANs) that provide data and, in some cases, converged voice communications Telephones, voice circuits, Private Branch Exchange (PBX), or basic telephone equipment Public address and intercommunication systems to connect classrooms to offices for voice communication Cellular and radio services for on-campus safety and for transportation and school police communication Intrusion alarms

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History
A brief history is presented to outline the enormity of the District’s technology needs and challenges. Major challenges continue to be the need to address all the requirements and develop a comprehensive scope for an organization as large and complex as the District. The challenges are further complicated as the demands significantly increase during a period of tremendous leaps in technological advancements. The District must also compete with other agencies and companies for the precious, limited technical expertise available. This significantly increases project management and engineering costs. To date, the District still struggles to attract the level of engineers needed due to its inability to pay competitive salaries. BB Bond (Facilities Services Division Projects) In early 1996, school site stakeholders were surveyed to determine educational technology requirements. Facilities Services Division’s communication to the Board of Education (Board of Education Report No. 5 dated July 15, 1996), identified the need for $326 million to provide K-12 schools with: Intercom and public address systems Fire and intrusion alarms Local Area Networks (LANs) Electrical upgrades to support the new infrastructure Bond BB passed in 1997 and Safety and Technology (S&T) installations began in 1998 (for Safety and Technology, please see the Existing Facilities Strategic Execution Plan 3 ). Challenges that impacted the project included: Lack of an overall District IT Strategic Plan and Architecture and a clearly defined scope prior to seeking Bond BB funding resulting in budget limitations Insufficient funding resulted in an extremely narrowed scope that did not include 911 access from classrooms and sufficient electrical power for computers, and also limited the number of network drops to classrooms and offices. Some projects were using 20 to 40-year old cabling, making it very difficult to keep systems working even after the project was completed Lack of technical expertise led to inconsistencies in the Facilities S&T installations, poor quality assurance, limited testing of systems, and lack of integration between new and existing systems which resulted in a high percentage of system failures and increasing infrastructure support and maintenance costs Prior to the award of the Year 2000 E-Rate discounted contracts for the LANs (July 2000), 1,312 classrooms at 34 schools had connectivity to the Internet. Safety and Technology Projects were underway at about 160 schools. E-Rate and Certificates of Participation (COP) Projects 4 During E-Rate program years 2000 and 2001, the District Facilities Services Division (Existing Facilities Bond Project Strategic Execution Plan dated May 2003) received approximately $440 million in E-Rate and Certificate of Participation (COP) funds, allowing 548 schools to receive Local Area Networks that provide Internet connectivity to classrooms. E-Rate rule restrictions limited the scope of the infrastructure installation projects, resulting in limited network connections for computer labs and offices. To help reduce District bond costs, the E-Rate contractors installed pathways for other systems
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when trenching. Facilities Services Division continues to complete electrical installations through the Safety and Technology Projects. When these projects were finally completed in the Fall of 2002, another 24,091 classrooms at 548 schools were added to the list that totaled 582 schools with connectivity to a total of 25,403 classrooms. Measure K and E-Rate4 Measure K funds were the first bond dollars allocated directly to ITD to manage. The Measure K IT SEP implemented the greatest IT infrastructure needs identified in the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture. The $232.1 million in combined Bond and E-Rate funding has: Provided 911 access and Internet connectivity to 17 Adult Schools and 95 Early Education Centers not funded through other Bonds or E-Rate Modernized and replaced obsolete Ethernet networking technology at 222 K-12 schools and replaced obsolete Token Ring Networks at 138 schools Replaced aging telephone wiring at 2 schools Upgraded or replaced older key system or PBX equipment at 548 school sites. Replaced telephone equipment at 68 school sites. At the 616 sites, cross connects to PA/intercom systems were completed, allowing 911 access from classrooms. The details are outlined in the “Projects” section of this IT Infrastructure SEP. By January 2008, with the completion of these projects and with Facilities bringing connectivity to BB Bond funded Safety and Technology Network projects, the number of classrooms having connectivity to the Internet was 32,122 at 839 school sites. By working together and coordinating projects, ITD and Facilities Division, as of February 2008, have provided 911 access from 31,186 classrooms at 806 school sites. Measure R and E-Rate4 The passage of Measure R provided an additional $142 million, which will be combined with an additional $105.7 million in E-Rate funding to meet the needs identified in the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture. The following projects will help keep network and phone communication functioning while addressing the growing need for additional bandwidth: Modernize and replace obsolete networking technology at potentially up to 226 K-12 schools and the District’s four Nodes Replace aging telephone wiring at 7 schools and consolidate telephone lines and systems at 125 school sites The details are outlined in the “Projects” section of this IT Infrastructure SEP. Measure Y and E-Rate4 The IT Infrastructure SEP includes Measure Y funds needed to meet the goals set forth in the District’s IT Strategic Plan and Architecture. Measure Y originally provided an additional $325 million to meet these goals, however as of October 2007, the budget was reduced by $200 million to address the budget shortage of New Construction (see Appendix A for Bond Oversight Committee Resolution 2007-42 and Board of Education Report No. 112-07/08). The remaining $125 million, and an estimated $86.6 million in E-Rate funding (contingent upon funding of the District’s applications), will be used to address as many of the schools’ IT needs as possible.
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The remaining funding is being used to: Modernize and replace obsolete networking technology for up to 190 K-12 schools Replace deteriorating copper “entrance” cable with fiber cable at secondary school sites while allowing for increased bandwidth Develop a plan and design a digital radio system that replaces the aging Emergency Radio Communication System that supports School Police, Transportation, and all District sites The details are outlined in the “Projects” section of this IT Infrastructure SEP.

Summary
In spite of the challenges, the District has made significant progress and continues to work diligently to meet the growing needs. To date, the Bond and E-Rate discounted projects have provided: Access to instructional resources and administrative applications and the ability to get e-mail from over 32,000 classrooms and offices at over 800 school sites The bandwidth necessary to access District and Internet resources 911 access from over 31,000 classrooms and offices at over 800 school sites

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he District’s IT organizational structure follows industry best practices. Additional oversight helps to ensure that demands associated with student, teacher, staff, and administrator access to information, data, and the larger global community are met.

Board of Education The LAUSD Board of Education is ultimately responsible to the public for the Information Technology Program. This seven-member panel of elected individuals establishes District policy and maintains approval authority. Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee As part of the passage of the General Obligation Bonds, a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) was established to provide independent review of the use of bond funds. The BOC is entitled to access all information concerning the projects not subject to legal privilege and has the responsibility to report on any funds expended in a manner that is illegal, imprudent, or not consistent with the adopted SEP. The BOC also has the opportunity to review and make recommendations for or against major projects prior to action on the project by the Board of Education. Superintendent The Board has selected Superintendent of Schools David Brewer III to lead the day-to-day operations of the District. Superintendent Brewer has the immediate responsibility of executing Board policy and directing all District operations. Reporting to Superintendent Brewer is Chief Operating Officer, David R. Holmquist, who provides direction to executives responsible for business, crisis counseling, environmental health and safety, human resources, information technology, partnerships, planning assessment and research, school police, risk management, and youth relations.

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The head of the Information Technology Division is the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mr. Anthony D. Tortorice, with Mr. Shahryar Khazei as the Deputy CIO. The CIO manages the following departments: Administrative Services Unit performs Division-wide financial, personnel, business, and contract services for the IT branches. Special Assistant to the CIO develops and oversees ITD technical training, public relations, financial reporting, and risk management. Instructional Technology/Customer Relationship Management coordinates IT educational technology in support of the Superintendent’s instructional goals to provide students and teachers with access to quality instructional resources and programs. Provides online learning opportunities through its Los Angeles Virtual Academy (LAVA). Enterprise Applications provides quality assessment and testing for enterprise applications. Software Group develops and supports student and information management systems and the tools to manage business, human resources, payroll, school, and student level data such as Business Tools for Schools (BTS) and Integrated Student Information Systems (ISIS).
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Shared Services & Operations provides services in the following areas: data center operations, network operations, telecommunications, computer repair, security, helpdesk, and server and storage management. Capital Projects develops and designs the District’s overall information technology infrastructure. Establishes and maintains technology-related standards and specifications. Manages all IT capital projects and other projects.

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The Chief Technology Director (CTD) of Capital Projects plans, directs, and manages all IT infrastructure installations. The CTD oversees the following branches or units: PC Procurement and Installation, IT Infrastructure Support Services, Infrastructure Project Management, IT Project Support – New Construction, Engineering and Quality Assurance, the E-Rate Office, and Engineering Services.

Infrastructure Project Management Infrastructure Project Management is responsible for the execution and completion of information technology infrastructure projects. Responsibilities include: Managing all IT Bond and E-Rate funded projects for IT infrastructure installations at District sites Managing all other funded information technology system projects (including Local Area Networks, intrusion alarms, intercoms, public address systems, and CATV) at all schools and offices Engineering and Quality Assurance Engineering and Quality Assurance is responsible for the test and acceptance of IT systems. Responsibilities include: Planning and designing IT systems Developing and maintaining IT infrastructure specifications Performing quality assurance on all IT installations Personal Computing (PC) Procurement and Installation PC Procurement and Installation is responsible for PC procurement and related services. Responsibilities include: Implementing District-wide PC asset management
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Developing strategies to reduce PC procurement costs Procurement and installation of PCs for the District IT Project Support - New Construction IT Project Support – New Construction is responsible for ensuring all IT infrastructure systems are fully functioning and all new school information technology needs are met. Responsibilities include: Coordinating computer, printer, and other peripheral purchases and installations Managing LAN and telephone equipment purchases and deliveries Managing IT system configurations Providing quality assurance, test and acceptance, and support to Facilities Services Division to ensure functioning technology systems (which includes LANs, intrusion alarms, intercoms, public address systems, and cable television) E-Rate Office The E-Rate Office is responsible for overseeing District applications for E-Rate rebates. Responsibilities include: Performing E-Rate Program oversight Performing E-Rate program compliance Coordinating E-Rate application filing and contract development Acting as a liaison between the District and the Schools and Libraries Division (SLD) Engineering Services Engineering Services is responsible for developing and maintaining the District’s IT architecture and specifications. Responsibilities include: Developing tactical strategies with capacity planning to maximize the efficiency of the District’s IT systems Leading the implementation of new technologies that address long-term solutions to infrastructure-related problems Providing engineering services to offices, schools, and other District Divisions Completing equipment reviews to ensure District standards and specifications are met Developing and updating District information technology infrastructure architecture and specifications IT Infrastructure Support Services IT Infrastructure Support Services is responsible for providing administrative and financial support to Capital Projects. Responsibilities include: Developing Request for Proposal (RFP), Invitation for Bid (IFB), and other procurement documents for IT projects
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The IT infrastructure program management staff faces a number of challenges in the successful execution of projects, including competing demands for management resources, limited equipment, location, and space availability. Their responsibilities include: Meeting requirements of the SLD for E-Rate eligibility Updating the IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to meet the changing and growing needs of the District Planning, design oversight, and project management Controlling costs and scheduling for each project Maintaining quality assurance and managing risk Coordinating all new infrastructure projects with systems already in place or being installed The team is committed to achieving the District’s objectives with respect to ensuring that all students are granted the same opportunity to access the Internet for educational benefits.

Program/Project Management Goals
Design Oversight. Coordinate and maintain quality assurance of engineering professionals’ efforts to ensure compliance with industry and District specifications, objectives, and policies. Procurement. Contract for design and installation services by working with legal and procurement staff to ensure the use of appropriate contracting vehicles and adherence to federal, state, and local laws and policies. Contract types include, but are not limited to, California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) contracts, public works, and other competitively bid procurement contracts. Construction/Installation Management. Coordinate and maintain quality assurance of installation contractors and in-house communication technicians. Ensure that specifications, objectives, and policies are utilized; deficiencies and claims are minimized; and all required documentation is completed and delivered to the appropriate District divisions. Cost Management. Manage programs and budgets to ensure that program resources are optimized and that funds are properly allocated.

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The program management staff categorizes the IT infrastructure projects into four groups: Local Area Networks Wide Area Networks and Metropolitan Area Networks Telecommunication systems Multiple systems, convergence of systems, and special projects When determining IT projects, the following criteria are considered: Obsolescence and/or age of system impacting the ability to access instructional and central business applications Rate of failure due to extensive usage or incompatibility with emerging technologies Bandwidth needs - Enrollment and classroom growth have a direct impact on bandwidth needs; increased demand for video and graphics requires more bandwidth (data transfer capacity or speed of transmission of digital communications)

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The LAUSD Network Architecture Design Guidelines articulate the basic tenets included in the design of all information technology projects. These are: Standardize equipment (where possible) and cable installations to reduce maintenance and support costs Upgrade and replace equipment that is at its “end-of-life” to reduce maintenance costs due to high failure rates Design for the long term and consider life cycle costs Maximize the use of space by centralizing data, voice, and video systems Design for convergence, allowing, wherever possible, data networks, intercommunication, public address, and intrusion alarm systems to share the cabling backbone, thus reducing installation and long term maintenance cost Design for flexibility Specify affordable, durable, sustainable materials and equipment

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Bond Measures Local bonds provide the primary source of funds for IT Infrastructure projects. With the passage of Measures K, R, and Y to help finance facilities improvements for all schools in the District, the Board of Education authorized funds for information technology projects in order to address the District’s technology needs. E-Rate The E-Rate (short for “education rate”) program, administered by the Schools and Libraries Division (SLD), provides eligible K-12 public schools and libraries with 20 to 90 percent discounts on approved telecommunications; Internet access; and internal connections, equipment, and services. E-Rate discounts are based on the number of students eligible for the National Free and Reduced Lunch Program. District students and staff receive the following benefits: Basic telephone service Basic telephone system support for schools* Basic Network support for schools* School LAN modernization or refresh* School telephone system upgrades*
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In 2008, 1,101 of the District’s school and office sites receive E-Rate funded services

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IT Funding Source(s) Measure K Measure K Interest Funds Measure K EEC Total Measure K Measure R Measure R School Police Total Measure R Total Measure Y* Total Bonds E-Rate Funding to Date Estimated Additional E-Rate Funding** Total E-Rate Totals Program Fund $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 66,000,000 15,000,000 11,000,000 92,000,000 140,000,000 2,000,000 142,000,000 125,000,000 359,000,000 245,844,335 86,563,307 332,407,642 691,407,642

Estimated Additional E-Rate Funding**, $86,563,307

Total Measure K, $92,000,000 Total Measure R, $142,000,000

E-Rate Funding to Date, $245,844,335

Total Measure Y*, $125,000,000

* Final bond total after reallocation of $200 million to New Construction ** Estimated funding pending approval

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Budget
The IT Infrastructure SEP budget reflects the program costs (see page 35 for detailed budget information). A project control system is used to manage the budget of current projects, forecast for future projects, and provide reports required under the bond measures. Fund allocation and budgets are divided into five major areas: Installation and/or upgrade of information technology systems as defined in the scope of work (in most instances, this cost includes design) Program/Project Management (includes internal program support personnel as well as external support, such as procurement and business services) The update of the IT Strategic Plan and Architecture to meet SLD requirements (under Other Program Costs) New Construction IT Implementation (under Other Program Costs) Inspection, test and acceptance, and environmental and hazmat oversight during installation to ensure work is performed to contract requirements and specifications as well as District policies on lead and asbestos-related work Contingency funds to cover unforeseen conditions that result in unanticipated costs (i.e. changes in scope, inclement weather, et al.)

Program Use of Funds
Direct Installation Costs Program/Project Management Inspection/Test & Acceptance Contingency Other Program Costs Total Current Estimated Use $590,697,949 $57,216,979 $31,597,099 $7,500,000 $4,395,615 $691,407,642 Existing Contracts/Encumbrances & Expenditures $483,255,549 $48,621,587 $26,224,979 $0 $3,395,615 $561,497,730 Contracts in Development $107,442,400 $8,595,392 $5,372,120 $7,500,000 $1,000,000 $129,909,912

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Challenges

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he success of information technology infrastructure projects will depend on ITD’s ability to address the following challenges: $200 million budget reduction in ITD Measure Y funds Potential reduction of E-Rate funding Rapidly growing and changing instructional needs and technologies Minimizing school site disruptions Insufficient electrical capacity Potentially hazardous materials Coordination with Facilities Services Division Air conditioning maintenance

$200 Million Budget Reduction in ITD Measure Y Funds Per Bond Oversight Committee Resolution 2007-42 and Board of Education Report No. 112-07/08 (see Appendix A), $200 million of ITD Measure Y funds were reallocated to address the budget shortage of New Construction. The budget reduction has greatly reduced ITD’s ability to address the IT infrastructure needs of the District. The District has over 1,200 schools and offices with local area networks, phone systems, intrusion alarms, public address systems, and intercommunication systems. Cabling for phone, intercommunication, public address, and alarm systems is worn out at many sites and should be replaced. Most of the telephone equipm