2151 Salzedo Street
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Raimundo Rodulfo joined the City of Coral Gables in 2004 and currently serves as Director of Information Technology and Chief Innovation Officer. He leads strategic planning, oversight and management of citywide IT operations, infrastructure and smart city initiatives. Under his leadership, the City has received numerous awards including first place in the Digital Cities 2018 for cities of up to 75K population, first place in the U.S. Open Cities Index in 2019 and 2020, Smart 50 Award in Urban Infrastructure, Smart Cities Council Infrastructure Innovation Award of Excellence in 2022, and being recognized as one of the 8 Smart Cities to Watch in 2020 by State Tech Magazine and as one of the 12 finalists worldwide in the Gartner Eye on Innovation Awards for government in 2021.
Prior to joining the City, he spent ten years in the private sector working for various Fortune 500 companies such as Bellsouth, Siemens, and NCR in varying capacities. During this time, he also assisted on technology projects for Motorola, Lucent in Chicago, and Agilent Technologies located in Silicon Valley.
Rodulfo holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from National Polytechnic University. Additionally, he received a Master of Science in Engineering Management and a Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Systems from Florida International University. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E., Florida and National NCEES Record), a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB), and a certified professional in PCI, HIPAA, Incident Management, Virtualization, SAP, and ITIL.
The mission of the Information Technology Department is to provide the City of Coral Gables with reliable, sustainable technical services and innovative solutions that bring value to the organization and its constituents, and enhance business processes and effectiveness for all departments.
The Information Technology Department (CGIT) works together with the city’s leadership and departments as a key strategic partner bringing value, efficiencies, innovation and process improvements across organization through technology solutions, smart city initiatives and projects. CGIT also helps departments achieve accreditation and compliance with federal, state, county, city and industry standards and regulations. CGIT plays an important role in facilitating communication between employees, constituents and stakeholders; fostering innovation and collaboration, expediting tasks, increasing productivity and operational efficiencies, assessing and managing risks, and enhancing the delivery of citizen services.