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Caltrans Agrees to Enact 'Dig Once' Policy, Assemblyman Says

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7 Places Where State Departments Have New IT Needs

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S.F. Could Spend Nearly $185M on IT Projects Through 2022

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Read: Sacramento's Proposed Policy Framework for Demonstration Projects

The policy seeks to encourage rapid deployment of emerging technologies, in partnership with innovators in nonprofits and the private sector.
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What Will It Take to Develop California's Statewide Water Data Platform?

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CalPERS to Reissue RFP for Disaster Recovery and Data Backups Services

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New DDoS Attacks Use Far Fewer Infected Hosts, Target Education

Akamai Technologies has identified a new attack method generating extremely large distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against educational institutions and other types of organizations but without the millions of infected hosts typically seen in these scenarios.
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RFI: Replacement of Caltrans Permit, Inventory and License Systems

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State Budget Committee Considers Funding for Security Operations Center at Corrections

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Roseville Could Spend Up to $45 Million on Technology

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Results: 2017 Sacramento Aging 2.0 Startup Competition

Aging 2.0 held its third-annual Startup Pitch competition on Tuesday at the KVIE offices. The mission of Aging 2.0 is to accelerate innovation that improves the lives of older adults. From a pool of 12 companies that applied, eight startups competed in this event this year. Here are the results.
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Prison Industry Authority Moving to Cloud Email

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CompTIA Panel Discusses State of California's Tech Job Market

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Rules Committee Confirms State CIO Amy Tong (Update)

The Senate Rules Committee voted 4-to-0 on Wednesday afternoon to confirm Amy Tong, state CIO and director of the California Department of Technology.
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Auditor Suggests New Database to Help Identify Parking Placard Fraud

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Assemblywoman Pushes for Additions to State Technology Recovery Plans

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Report: UC Payroll System Costs Rise

Amid a report that the price tag for the University of California's new enterprise payroll and personnel system could exceed half a billion dollars and the full rollout delayed to late 2018, here's what you should know.
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Local Government Contracts: Computronix, E-Rate, Infor and More

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State Adds 13 More Companies to Pool of Agile Developers

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Debate Rages About Regulating Small Cell Technology

Proponents argue that to have a blanketing “statewide framework” for approving small-cell projects would streamline the process of deploying the most cutting-edge technology for customers. But local governments, and others, are concerned.
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