Planning and relationships were crucial for San Jose to maintain city services, keep staff safe and reach residents in need, Chief Information Officer Rob Lloyd said during a discussion session at “State of Gov Tech 2021.”
In a recent Budget Change Proposal, the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration seeks several million dollars to reimburse the California Department of Motor Vehicles for costs associated with IT development to meet a new vehicle sales tax requirement.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has made broadband expansion a significant part of his proposed state budget, and at least three pieces of related legislation recently survived a crucial deadline in the Legislature.
A Budget Change Proposal from the California Public Utilities Commission and analysis of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s revised 2021-2022 budget proposal from the Legislative Analyst’s Office offer more information on how California could ramp up broadband work.
Steve Gordon, the Department of Motor Vehicles’ director, provided an update on ongoing technology work around a new platform, mobile drivers' licenses or identity cards, and Real ID work, as well as areas of potential future procurement.
In the recent webinar “Enterprise-Grade Performance for a Work-From-Anywhere World,” former state Chief Information Officer Carlos Ramos discussed the challenges and opportunities government faces at work as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes.