Apr 26

3 California Cities Among Innovation Standouts Insider

Apr 26

State Recruiting CIOs, Directors, IT Managers Insider

Apr 26

Cannabis Regulators, Software Poised to Track and Trace

The new software will monitor a cannabis plant's every move, assuring officials it isn't leaving state borders.
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Apr 25

Changes Continue in Welfare Agency Leadership Insider

Apr 25

Sacramento Updates RAILS Grant Information

The city of Sacramento has changed details on its RAILS grant applications.
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Apr 24

29 ITLA Grads Among New Crop of Future Leaders Insider

Apr 24

AT&T, San Jose Aim to Expand Small Cell Network

The city of San Jose has reached a tentative agreement with AT&T to install a network of 170 small cells on lampposts across the city by the end of the year to improve wireless coverage. City officials say the small cells will boost voice and data capacity for residents and businesses and fortify the FirstNet emergency responder communications network.
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Apr 24

Orange County Prepares for Election Cyberthreats

Apr 25

Sacramento Economic Groups Focus on Marketing

Three Sacramento-area institutions are hosting an afternoon of entrepreneurship.
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Apr 23

California's Prisons Have New Training Software

Apr 23

29 Future CIOs, IT Leaders Graduate From ITLA Insider

Apr 23

Commentary: Every Day is Earth Day With Next-Gen Tech

Apr 24

California's Grid Operator Has New Communications Options

Apr 20

Senate Panel Weighs Charters for Cannabis Banks

California would license special banks to handle billions of dollars generated by the legal marijuana market under legislation given initial approval by state lawmakers Wednesday.
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Apr 20

Save the Date: CDT Schedules Vendor/Partner Forum

The California Department of Technology is accepting reservations for its spring CDT Vendor/Partner Forum, where companies and consultants can find out the best ways to do business with the state.
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Apr 19

California's Secretary of State Opens Voter Portal

Apr 20

Attention, Vendors: CWDS Lists Upcoming Procurements Insider

Apr 19

CIOs Offer 'Lessons Learned' After Disasters Insider

Apr 19

LA County's CDO Maps Future of GIS Insider

Oct 19

California Selects E-Signature Solutions Insider

Apr 19

Bill Would Boost CDT's Security Role; Critics Say It's Unnecessary Insider

Apr 19

CCISDA Revs Up for Tech Insider

Apr 18

Senate Panel OKs Bill on Limited Net Neutrality

A proposal that would restore net neutrality in California advanced in the state Senate on Tuesday with changes that scaled back some of its provisions. Lobbyists for major Internet providers, including AT&T, said the proposed law is still complex and confusing and could cause companies to pass on more costs to consumers. Technology advocates were disappointed to see the state contracts provision cut, but cheered its approval.
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Apr 18

California Considers Interstate Opioid Database Link Insider

Apr 18

Bill Would Require Wireless Emergency Alerts for All Counties

Marin County’s state senator has authored a bill, SB 833, that would require every county in California to adopt the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system. The way the bill is written, some counties would be required to buy software that could cost thousands of dollars per year.
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