Apr 9

In Budget Proposals, Tech Department Seeks to Modernize State Website, Deploy Digital ID Insider

Apr 9

San Jose Is Recruiting for 2 Deputy CIOs Insider

Apr 8

Techwire One-on-One: CIO Says Key Role Is ‘Look Up and Out’

Apr 9

Citrix Promotes Silliman, Names Grandis to Sales Role Insider

Apr 8

Bill to Stimulate IT Centralization, Legacy Modernization Moves Forward Insider

Apr 8

Department of Technology Recruiting for Deputy State CISO Insider

Apr 8

Sweebe Named Sales, Marketing Lead for SEP Technology Consulting Insider

Apr 7

After Quick Build, State Homeless Data System Goes Live

Apr 7

L.A. County Strategic Plan May Have Nuggets for Vendors Insider

Apr 7

Newsom Says Most State Workers Should Remain Remote

The governor said early in the coronavirus pandemic that he planned to make telework a permanent option for state employees, and he ordered department directors in November to incorporate savings from remote work in proposals for mandatory across-the-board spending reductions of 5 percent.
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Apr 6

AI Expert Advises Agencies to Focus on Future, ‘Not the Immediate’ Insider

Apr 6

Agency Recruiting for CIO/IT Manager With Broad Background Insider

Apr 6

Google Offers San Jose $200M Carrot for OK on Planned Transit Village

The details, released Tuesday, mark the first time the Mountain View-based search giant has outlined specific efforts it will undertake for the community, after months of closed-door negotiations with the city. The City Council is expected to decide on the development agreement by June.
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Apr 5

Here Are State Emergency Office’s Top 5 IT Goods Purchases in March Insider

Apr 5

Procurement Firm Adds 2 to Handle Growing Government Business

Apr 5

CalMatters: As Jobless Struggle, Unemployment Systems Fuel a Tech Gold Rush

Ongoing confusion adds to what state lawmakers have called the Employment Development Department’s “very poor history” of paying outside entities to patch holes in the safety net as workers try to survive in financial limbo.
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Apr 5

UC, Stanford Issue Warning After File Sharing Hack

The Accellion system was attacked over the winter by suspects exploiting a flaw in its software. Among the other colleges reportedly affected are the universities of Maryland, Colorado and Miami, and Yeshiva University in New York. Government agencies and private companies were also targeted.
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Apr 2

Floating Data Center Up and (Quietly) Running

Apr 2

Franchise Tax Board Updating Vehicle Debt System

Apr 2

Auditor Faults State Health Department on Flaws in COVID Contact Tracing

The auditor’s report urged the California Department of Public Health to conduct a thorough re-evaluation of its contact tracing program by May 15. In its written response to the audit, the department said it’s already retooling the system.
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Apr 1

Techwire One-on-One: Judicial Council CIO on Digital Equity, Business-IT Partnership Insider

Apr 1

State Agencies Recruiting for Variety of IT Specialists Insider

Mar 31

New Federal Fund Could Fuel IT Procurements Insider

Mar 31

Cruz Leaving San Joaquin CIO Post, Will Enter Private Sector

Mar 31

New Member Company: BM Associates

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