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Dec 6

Nomination Deadline is Friday for Public Sector CIO Academy Awards

The CIO Academy Awards Program recognizes individuals in California government organizations for their outstanding contributions, best practices and works of distinction.
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Dec 4

Department Seeks .NET Developer to Work on Website Insider

Nov 25

NetScout Names Account Exec for Public Sector, Health Care

Nov 25

New Techwire Tools: Lobbyist Data and More

The new features — organizational charts for key state agencies, and a searchable database devoted to tech-related lobbying — are designed to give Insiders additional insight into state IT’s players, procurement and policy.
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Nov 22

Happy Thanksgiving from Techwire; Newsletter to Resume Monday

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Nov 18

Department Seeks IT Project Portfolio Manager Insider

Nov 18

California Municipalities Among Top-10 Winners in Digital Cities Awards

The survey honors cities in five population classifications: 500,000 or more; 250,000 to 499,999; 125,000 to 249,999; 75,000 to 124,999; and fewer than 75,000. Within those categories, nine California cities placed in the top 10.
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Nov 8

Bay Area Innovation Leader Steps Down

The longtime executive had worked at her city for almost seven years, in a variety of innovation positions.
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Nov 7

Silicon Valley City Recruiting for Product and Project Managers Insider

Nov 5

Fortinet Names Senior Systems Engineer for California, Nevada, Higher Ed Insider

Nov 5

CDT Schedules Vendor Day, Invites Questions Insider

Nov 1

Department Recruiting for Experienced IT Exec with Skills, Leadership Insider

Oct 31

Free Wi-Fi Debuts at City Park; Dozens More to Follow

The city initiated its partnership with Verizon in 2017. In addition to free Wi-Fi in parks, it facilitates the deployment of 5G for homes and businesses, and provides tools to better manage traffic and make streets safer for cyclists, pedestrians and drivers.
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Oct 15

City to Ante Up $1M for Tech, Startups

The Sacramento Urban Technology Lab's grant program will focus on building out the Internet of Things and cybersecurity, mobility and health IT, and life sciences verticals in the SUTL framework.
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Oct 10

The Secret Is Out: Here Are State's Cybersecurity Award Winners

For obvious reasons, cybersecurity professionals are reluctant to speak too much about their methods and techniques. It's a field that, by necessity, is cloaked in secrecy. So when the state government gets a chance to recognize those professionals' accomplishments, we'll take that opportunity to shine a spotlight on them as well.
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Oct 8

Kiefer Consulting Names Business Development Chief Insider

Sep 12

The View from the Summit

Sep 11

Winners of 'Best of California' Technology Projects Recognized Insider

Aug 28

Los Angeles Digital Summit: And the Winners Are ...

Aug 26

Veritas Technologies Names Senior Sales Exec for West

Aug 26

Solar Panels at Data Center to Save State Millions

The energy produced on a typical summer day from the "green" structure, which covers 316 parking spaces, can reach 1 megawatt of power per hour — enough to power 164 homes, according to CDT.
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Aug 21

Accela Hires IT Veteran as CTO, Touts Cloud Growth

In recent years, Accela has been expanding from its traditional identity as a platform company, releasing several applications that have focused on emerging regulatory areas such as short-term rentals and cannabis and hemp licensing.
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Aug 14

Department Seeks Innovation Specialist with Agile Software Skills Insider

Aug 6

In a Disaster, Don't Forget About Digital First Responders

While most public safety operations in an emergency operations center are guided by time-tested principles, digital response before, during and after a disaster is surprisingly uncharted territory. What will your city's website look like when 5,000 homes have been destroyed? What maps will you have, and do you have the in-house expertise to produce them?
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Aug 5

FI$Cal Offers Agencies Help with Closing Books

The Financial Information System for California has responded to some agencies' requests by offering help with month-end and year-end reporting requirements.
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