Read by opinion leaders, policymakers, the vendor community and the government IT workforce, Techwire has a well-defined audience focused on the public-sector technology industry in California. We gather and publish news related to this community, documenting the efforts of those working to modernize California’s digital infrastructure.
Launched in 2011, Techwire is an independent website, not affiliated with any government agency or technology company. Support comes from sponsorship by nonprofit organizations and the technology companies listed on the homepage. In March 2014, Techwire was acquired by Government Technology publisher e.Republic Inc.
Dennis Noone, Managing Editor of Techwire, is a veteran journalist with a background in writing and editing local, state, national and political news for news organizations from California to Washington, D.C., including The Dallas Morning News and USA Today. He can be reached at email@example.com or (916) 932-1310.
Kayla Nick-Kearney, Techwire staff writer, has covered local, state and national news, including technology and business, for numerous publications and as a freelancer before joining Techwire. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 932-1440.
Samantha Young has previously worked as a reporter for The Associated Press, where she covered California government. Before coming to California, she lived in Washington, D.C., and covered Congress and the federal government for the newspaper chain Stephens Media group, whose flagship newspaper is the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Most recently she co-edited The Almanac of the Unelected.
Robin Epley has written and/or edited for Comstock's magazine, Bustle.com and other news outlets, and she is a board member of the Sacramento Press Club and the Online News Association and founder of Millennials in Media.