Jul 19

Digital Services Innovation Academy to Graduate First Class Insider

Jul 19

SF Mayor's Office Seeking 2 for Innovation Fellowships

The San Francisco Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation is seeking two Innovation Fellows to join city government for one year to help government "become more collaborative, inventive and responsive" to residents. Mid-career professionals with a year or two of innovation experience are invited to apply.
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Jul 19

Commentary: So, You Want to Be a CISO

Jul 18

Emails Raise Questions About Energy Negotiations

Emails that California utility regulators withheld for years — and recently released under a court order — show that political appointees of Gov. Jerry Brown met privately to discuss state energy policy.
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Jul 18

CalVet CIO: 'Building the Right Thing'

Jul 18

UCSB Smart Tech Improves Farming Insider

Jul 17

Can Silicon Valley Avoid Seattle's Tech-Tax Woes?

As Silicon Valley considers taxing its tech companies to help fight the downsides of its tech boom — from clogged roadways to skyrocketing housing costs — local leaders are looking north for a lesson on how not to go about it.
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Jul 17

A New CISO: San Jose's Security Doctor Is In

Jul 17

California's Winning Counties By the Numbers Insider

Jul 17

California Cities Group Adopts Policy on Drones Insider

Jul 16

People on the Move: Sweebe Joins VIP

Jul 16

Drones on Horizon for Bay Area Sheriff

The Marin County Sheriff's Department plans to join more than 50 other California police and fire agencies by using drones as part of its operations — but the plan has critics.
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Jul 16

Uber Pauses Driverless-Car Program, Lays Off 100

Uber’s experiments with self-driving cars are taking a backseat for now, and one result is layoffs in the Bay Area. Last week, the ride-share giant laid off approximately 100 autonomous-vehicle operators in the aftermath of an accident in March in which an Uber self-driving car fatally struck a pedestrian in Tempe, Ariz.
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Jul 13

Cal OES Pilots Coordinated Resource Management, Access Program Insider

Jul 13

State DoJ Website Faulted in Gun Suit

Harry Sharp spent most of the last weekend of June sitting in front of his computer, trying resolutely to register his four newly banned guns on the California Department of Justice’s website.
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Jul 13

'Green City' Sacramento Set to Amp Up Electric Car Fleet

Jul 13

New Vice Chancellor of IT Named by UC Santa Cruz Insider

Jul 12

L.A. County Seeks Vendors for Anti-Fraud Data Analytics Insider

Jul 12

Smart Bikes Under Consideration in Bay Area

A bicycle sharing program along the SMART train corridor is coming into focus as Marin and Sonoma counties work toward developing a plan. The program might employ GPS-enabled "smart-bikes" without traditional docking stations; the rider would not need to return the bike to a fixed location.
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Oct 19

California Selects E-Signature Solutions Insider

Jul 12

Process Automation Platform Helps L.A. County Agency Digitize Documents

Jul 12

Commission Targets Voting Tech, Security Insider

Jul 11

Project Manager Profile: She Was a Fed, Now Targets Fraud

Jul 11

State Water Boards Adopt Data Resolution

The State Water Board has adopted a data resolution that would make the data behind local, regional and statewide management decisions available.
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Jul 11

California a Standout Among Winners in Digital Counties Survey

California counties fared well across categories in the prestigious Digital Counties Survey, with Sonoma and Nevada counties taking first-place honors and others placing in the top 10.
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