Theo Douglas

Theo Douglas is a staff writer for Government Technology. His reporting experience includes covering municipal, county and state governments, business and breaking news. He has a Bachelor's degree in Newspaper Journalism and a Master's in History, both from California State University, Long Beach.

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Feb 14

San Jose Digital Inclusion Fund Aims to Onboard the Disconnected in Real Time Insider

Feb 13

CDT, High-Speed Rail Officials Excited, Eager to Work with Newsom on Tech, Transparency Insider

Feb 12

Sacramento Addresses Pedestrian Safety, Traffic Through Startup in Residence Insider

Feb 12

Governor Touts 'Data Dividend,' Workforce Initiatives in First State of State Insider

Feb 8

Windsor IT Leader Returns to Private Sector; Town Examines Position Insider

Feb 5

Department of Rehabilitation Will Offer Training, Credit Monitoring After 'Data Security Incident'

Feb 5

360-Degree Video Highway Safety PSA Debuts, Tech Milestone for Cosumnes Fire

Feb 4

'Your Data, Your Way' Bills, Resolution, Aim to Tighten Protections, Fine-Tune Consumer Privacy Act

Jan 31

City Report Recommends L.A. Port Improve Cybersecurity, Modernize Tech Insider

Jan 29

Tax, Fee Administration Seeks 'Change Agent' CIO as Application Deadline Looms Insider

Jan 28

Blockchain Working Group, a First for GovOps, In 'Early Stages' Insider

Jan 23

More Than Half of Butte County Fire Victims ID'd Using Rapid DNA Insider

Jan 22

360-Degree Video Message Is Cosumnes Fire's First Public Deliverable

Jan 18

DGS Grows Its Vendor List Amid 'Exciting' Time in Tech Under Newsom Insider

Jan 15

Quake-Warning App a Top Download; State Focuses on Wireless Alerts Insider

Jan 7

State Seeks Headway in Health, Welfare Systems Consolidation Insider

Jan 2

CIO Highlights Knowns, Unknowns Revealed During Tech Modernization Insider

Dec 21

Two-Week Extension in SF Transit Agency's Next-Gen RFP Insider

Dec 18

Verizon Tactical Trailer Spotlights Disaster Communication

Dec 19

Newsom Hires Could Bring Transformation to Administration, Technology Insider

Dec 14

New Routers, Modem Offer FirstNet Members 5G-Capable Mobile Support, Spectrum Access Insider

Dec 12

Public Utilities Commission to Weigh Texting 'Tax'

In January, the California Public Utilities Commission will consider charging cellular telephone users an additional fee for text messaging, in order to better fund a program that makes phone service available to lower-income residents.
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Dec 11

County CIO Sees Advisory Role for Industry in IT Governance Insider

Dec 10

California Reps Asking Questions About Amazon Facial Recognition Insider

Dec 6

FirstNet Debuts New Orion Voice App for First Responders Insider