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Enterprise Systems Catalog

Marin Water maintains many public records in digital form stored in computer systems. The District's Enterprise Systems Catalog is provided below pursuant to California Public Records Act. Section 6270.5, which mandates that all Local Agencies publish a Catalog of Enterprise Systems and update them annually. The California Government Code 6270.5 defines Enterprise Systems to be:  

  • Software application or computer system that collects and analyzes information that the agency uses that is both of the following:
    • A multi-departmental system that contains information collected about the public
    • A "system of record" defined as a system that serves as an original source of data within an agency
  • An Enterprise System shall not include any of the following:
    • Information technology security systems including firewalls and cyber security systems
    • Physical access control systems, employee identification management systems, video monitoring and other physical control systems
    • Infrastructure and mechanical control systems, include those that control or manage street lights, electrical, natural gas or water or sewer functions
    • Systems related to 911 dispatch of emergency services

The law requires that the catalog disclose a list of the enterprise systems utilized by the agency, and, among other things, the current system vendor and product, unless, on the facts of the particular case, the public interest served by not disclosing that information clearly outweighs the public interest served by disclosure, in which case the local agency may instead provide a system name, brief title, or identifier of the system. It should be noted that nothing in this section of the law shall be construed to permit public access to records held by the agency to which access is otherwise restricted by statute or to alter the process for requesting public records, as set forth in this chapter of the law. View the complete text of California Government Code 6270.5.

Cybersecurity is of utmost importance in protecting Marin Water’s enterprise systems. The District's daily operations include its resolve to follow best practices in shielding the District from cyber attacks.

Name of Vendor System ProductStatement of System PurposeGeneral Description of Categories/Data Dept. Serving as Systems Primary CustodianFrequency of Data CollectionFrequency of System Data Updates
AutodeskAutoCADEngineering Design SoftwareProject DesignEngineering DesignDailyDaily
CalOppsCalOpps.orgJob PostingsJob Postings & ApplicationsHuman ResourcesDailyDaily
CiscoCall ManagerVOIP Phone SystemPhone CommunicationInformation TechnologyDailyDaily
Custom BuiltWebsiteDistrict WebsitePublic InformationCommunications & Public AffairsDailyDaily
DivdatPortalHosted Payment PortalBill Payment PresentmentCustomer ServiceDailyDaily
ESRIArcGISGIS SystemSpatial DataInformation TechnologyDailyDaily
InnovyzeInfoWaterHydraulic ModelingFlowEngineering DesignDailyDaily
Meter Routes
Meter ReadingDailyDaily
LablynxLIMSLIMS Laboratory/Water QualityLaboratory TestingWater QualityDailyDaily
Latitude GeographicsGeoCortexGIS Web Mapping DevelopmentSpatial
Information TechnologyDailyDaily
MicrosoftOfficeWord Processing, Spreadsheet, PowerPointDocument
Information TechnologyDailyDaily
MicrosoftExchangeEmailEmailInformation TechnologyDailyDaily
NeoGovNeoGovEmployee Recruitment & DevelopmentRecruitment, Performance, OnboardingHuman ResourcesDailyDaily
Norfield Development PartnersLocator LogixUSA Ticket Management SystemDocument
Engineering DesignDailyDaily
OpenTextCMSDocument Management SystemDocumentsInformation TechnologyDailyDaily
SAPPublic Sector HR PayrollHuman Resources, Payroll, BenefitsEmployees, Payroll, BenefitsHuman ResourcesDailyDaily
SAPUtility SystemBilling System, Service Orders, Meter Reading, Development Services, Cash CollectingCustomers, Meters, BillsCustomer ServiceDailyDaily
SAPERPAccounting, Financials, Procurement & Assets/Warehouse, Check Printing, Budgeting, AP, AR ERPManyDailyDaily
TokayTokay SQLBackflow SoftwareCross ConnectionBackflowDailyDaily