Bids & Contracts
CalPERS also is working on optimization of the my|CalPERS system, a multi-year enterprise content management initiative, and a security roadmap.
Procurement of the Centralized Revenue Opportunity System (CROS), which will replace some of the state’s mainframe-based tax systems, is about 70 percent complete.
The California Department of Transportation is looking for companies that might be interested in participating in a federally funded pilot of connected vehicle technology.
L.A. County’s new fingerprinting and biometrics system reportedly will interface with the FBI’s new Next Generation Identification System as well as California Department of Justice databases.
The next version of California Email Services (CES) will become the state’s primary email platform, 100 percent owned, managed and hosted by the contractor.
San Jose State got a steep discount on Cisco products for a $28 million technology upgrade it launched in 2012, but there was a catch: The deal was good for only six months.
The current system, which utilizes Java, will not be supported after spring 2016.
The prospective system would replace the Report of Sale notice process and also give the capability to issue temporary license plates at the point of sale.
The California Department of Technology is seeking a contractor to provide the licenses, as well as maintenance and support. Bid responses are due Monday, Dec. 15.
The system will integrate and support various business and recordkeeping processes for the Pesticide Regulation Branch, such as product labeling and management of scientific studies.
PCES is part of a larger initiative to ensure California’s IT systems are compliant with transaction and code set regulations required by the federal government.
The Department of General Services says it’s considering establishing several contracts to ensure that the various types of tablets and slates are available on contract for statewide purchase.
A contractor will provide consulting services to review the California State University’s CHRS project, conduct an assessment of the associated risks and develop recommendations.
In 2013, 66.7 million passengers used LAX, making it the sixth-busiest airport in the world.
The new IP-based solution would be used at the county’s two jails, the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin and the Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility in Oakland.
Scantron, a provider of K–12 assessment solutions, said its computer adaptive assessment solution will help the state implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and transition to the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) testing assessments.
The Montreal-based company says the improvements for Los Angeles will include a one-stop shopping experience, automated inventory control, and electronic invoicing and payment tracking.
The Statewide Fingerprint Imaging System (SFIS) was created in response to state legislation in 1996 requiring applicants and recipients of California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) and food stamp (now CalFresh) programs to be fingerprinted in order to deter fraud.
How much over budget is the campus’s unfinished wireless network expansion — already $2 million over — expected to go?
LEADER is one component of California’s Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS) project.
The next version of California Email Services (CES) will become the state’s primary email platform, expanding upon the current CES offering hosted by Microsoft in the Office 365 environment, which accounts for 100,000 of the state’s 200,000 mailboxes.
Chris Cruz, deputy director and CIO of the Department of Health Care Services, told TechWire in a recent interview that the department is developing an RFP centered on data analytics for release in early 2015.
CAIR is a web-based statewide information system where authorized users can track patient immunization records of California residents.
The individual CSU libraries today run a variety of different systems for managing print and electronic resources.