Feb 21

Analyst Calls for Oversight of Some Newsom Budget IT Proposals Insider

Feb 21

Agency in Transition Seeks Security Officer Insider

Feb 21

Despite RSA Pullouts over Coronavirus, Public-Sector Speakers Will Participate

Six of nine companies from China scheduled to participate in the conference had canceled due to travel restrictions from China, and the remaining three will have booths staffed with U.S. workers.
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Feb 21

How the Tech Caucus Is Courting Silicon Valley with Charity

The Foundation for California's Technology and Innovation Economy asks for thousands of dollars for admission to its annual policy summit with lawmakers. Who's paying? It won't say.
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Feb 20

CalOES Names New CIO After 5-Month Recruitment

Feb 20

State's Geoportal Aims to Serve as Road Map to Trove of Data

The Geoportal, built on Esri's ArcGIS platform, already includes more than 1,200 data sets from more than 30 state government departments, including data on water quality, public transportation and wildfires.
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Feb 20

What We're Reading: A Compendium of Tidbits on Tech Insider

Feb 19

Newsom: Unified Data System Will Help State Track Progress on Homelessness

Feb 19

IT Sales Veteran Montague Named Ciena Account Manager for West

Feb 18

Early Warning Quake App Provides Countdown to the Shaking

The newest earthquake early warning app, QuakeAlertUSA by Early Warning Labs, provides users in California the opportunity to set their preferred thresholds for when the app goes off. And when it does go off, it provides the user with a vibrating countdown to the real shaking.
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Feb 18

CDT Seeks Candidates for New Geographic Information Officer Role Insider

Feb 18

Wanted: IT Leaders Under 40; Passion and Flexibility Required Insider

Feb 18

Bay Area Ring Partnerships Concern Privacy Advocates

Ring, the Amazon-owned home security company known for its so-called "video doorbells," has watchdogs worried those cameras are intruding on residents' privacy without their knowledge or consent.
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Feb 17

Chief Enterprise Architect Ben Word Leaving CDT Insider

Feb 18

Smart Streetlights Draw Pushback in San Diego

UC San Diego's student government has joined those pushing back against the city's use of camera-equipped streetlights, and has submitted a list of demands its members hope will increase transparency about the technology's impact on privacy and public safety.
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Feb 18

Auditor Faults 4 Police Agencies Over License Plate Readers

Auditor Elaine Howle has found that the police departments in Los Angeles and Fresno and sheriff's offices in Marin and Sacramento counties have not fully implemented a 2016 state law designed to protect privacy.
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Feb 17

3 State Agencies Seeking to Fill Leadership Roles Insider

Feb 13

4 CIOs Share Lessons About Smart Cities

Chief information officers from four Southern California communities offered their experiences rolling out smart city efforts. While some offered an optimistic view, others tempered their comments with caution.
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Feb 13

San Jose Fund Set for First Round of Broadband Grants

The San Jose Digital Inclusion Fund is expected to generate $24 million over 10 years by collecting lease revenue from telecommunications firms. The first round of grants is about to hook thousands up to the Internet.
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Feb 13

No Newsletter Monday in Observance of Presidents Day

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Feb 12

CCISDA Sets Spring Conference Site, Dates Insider

Feb 12

Leonardo Joins SimpliGov as Head of Business Development

Feb 12

LA Wins Appeal over Uber's Bike, Scooter Data

City officials were right to suspend the company's permit to rent out scooters and electric bicycles in the city because the company refused to share real-time data on its riders’ trips, a hearing officer has found.
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Feb 10

CHHS, Judicial Council Pilots Look At Data Flow, Access Insider

Feb 11

Video: Alpha Project Works to Improve the Search Insider

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