Jul 17

Ex-CIO: 'Time for One More Rodeo in My Career' Insider

Jul 17

Commentary: 'Cradle to Career' Data-Tracking a Flawed Idea

"The 'Cradle to Career Data System' was enacted as part of a budget trailer bill, negotiated essentially in secret and presented to lawmakers as a done deal for an up-or-down vote. Whose idea was this?"
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Jul 17

Oakland Approves Facial Recognition Technology Ban

The Oakland City Council's approval Tuesday, of a policy prohibiting use by the city of facial recognition technology, places it in a small vanguard of like-minded municipalities.
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Jul 16

Information Security Audit Finds High-Risk State Deficiencies

Jul 16

Deadline Is This Week for Project Management Academy

Students will receive formal classroom training three or four days a week for the first five weeks, and will work in their home departments when not in the classroom.
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Jul 16

San Francisco Works to Speed Up Tech Staff Hiring

As a recent RFP shows, the consolidated city-county is updating its hiring process for technology employees in an effort to improve its chances at competing with private-sector tech companies.
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Jul 15

High-Profile State Agency Recruiting for New CISO Insider

Jul 15

Department Seeking IT Supervisor II to Oversee Cloud, Networking Insider

Jul 15

ShakeAlertLA Post-Mortem: Too Many Alerts or Too Few?

“We want you to see the alert and immediately drop, cover and hold on. If you see 30 of those a day, you're either going to get incredible muscle tone and a core workout, or you're going to stop reacting altogether.”
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Jul 12

Batjer Leaving GovOps, to Head CPUC Board

Jul 12

Could California’s ‘Whole Person Care’ Become the New Standard? Insider

Jul 12

SLED Exec Takes VP Role with World Wide Technology

Jul 11

Statewide ShakeAlert System Could Arrive by Mid-Fall Insider

Jul 10

State Hospitals in 'Initial Stages' of Automation Deployment

Jul 10

2 Governments Recruiting Leaders for Business Solutions, Business Intelligence Insider

Jul 10

Consul General to Headline Latinas in Tech Event

A California deputy secretary of state, Lizette Mata, and Cynthia Guerrero of California Strategies will also address the group at next week's free event.
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Jul 10

Commentary: DMV Will Accept Credit Cards — But at a Cost

For years, the DMV has not charged a fee when customers use Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover to make online payments or at self-serve DMV kiosks. That's apparently about to change.
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Jul 10

County OKs New Rules for 5G; Both Sides Unhappy

"We're not ignoring the health concerns, but we can't regulate it; the federal government does that. I think we kind of hit the sweet spot because we've got both sides saying postpone this thing."
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Jul 9

San Diego Officials Discuss CDO Position, What's Next in Data

Jul 9

'Dynamic' State Agency Seeking Applications Manager Insider

Jul 11

State, Local Governments Recruiting for IT Leadership Positions

Jul 9

CPUC Turns Key on Waymo Taxi Service

Waymo's autonomous vehicle program has won an approval from the state that could accelerate its development.
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Jul 11

Which California Counties Won Plaudits in Digital Counties Awards? Insider

Jul 8

DGS Sets 'Final FAQ Session' for End-of-Year Reports Under FI$Cal Insider

Jul 8

L.A. County Medical Examiner-Coroner Deploys Federated Model Insider

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