Dec 6

Blockchain Working Group Dives Deep on Report Insider

Dec 6

Nomination Deadline is Friday for Public Sector CIO Academy Awards

The CIO Academy Awards Program recognizes individuals in California government organizations for their outstanding contributions, best practices and works of distinction.
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Dec 6

State, Local Agencies Seek Variety of IT Staff Insider

Dec 5

Technology, Parks Agencies Release Draft RFP for Feedback Insider

Dec 5

LA County Eyes a Trade: Free Wi-Fi for User Data, Ad Rights Insider

Dec 5

Los Angeles Incubator Funds Zero-Emissions Pilots

Four L.A.-area pilots will each receive $100,000 toward boosting zero-emission transportation. The initiatives aim to offer new modes of travel to underserved communities.
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Dec 4

CIO/CTO Recruitment Opens as Key State Department Realigns Insider

Dec 4

Department Seeks .NET Developer to Work on Website Insider

Dec 4

Migliore Moves Up at Accenture, Focusing on Analytics, Strategy

Dec 3

'User-Centered Process,' Collaboration Among Keys to Innovation

Dec 3

2 State Agencies Seek to Fill Key IT Jobs Insider

Dec 3

Fortinet Names Chau to Handle Commercial Accounts

Dec 2

Rollouts, FedRAMP Solicitation Part of 'Transition' Year in Tech Insider

Dec 2

Video: Ready Tools, Situational Awareness via GIS Key in Disaster Insider

Dec 2

AT&T Will Deploy 5G in San Diego In Coming Weeks

It's still not entirely clear how much faster the telecommunications company's new 5G consumer network will be than its existing 4G network — and precisely when the rollout will happen.
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Nov 27

Cambria Elevates Senior VP to Consulting President Insider

Nov 27

Huge Transportation Agency Has Millions in Emerging IT Opportunities Insider

Nov 27

Oakland Debuts Program to Flag Problem Police

The Vision software will replace a predecessor known as Prime, a system widely regarded as a failure for being too slow, too cumbersome and too costly. Oakland will pay about $2.1 million for Vision, plus about $200,000 a year, compared to Prime, which would have cost between $700,000 and $1 million per year.
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Nov 27

Commentary: Maintaining Emergency Cell Service Vital for State

Californians' reliance on cellphones in emergencies has skyrocketed. Public safety power shutoffs, wildfires and a lack of regulatory standards all threaten that, but two state Senate bills could bring oversight.
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Nov 26

State Agencies Seek Vendors for 2 IT Initiatives Insider

Nov 26

Counties Recruiting for GIS Manager, Senior IT Analyst Insider

Nov 26

New Tech Could Help Utilities Predict Equipment Failure, Avoid Wildfires

Distribution Fault Anticipation, as the technology is called, uses a predictive algorithm to assess electric systems and identify potential equipment failures, not unlike how a modern vehicle’s onboard computer works.
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Nov 22

Happy Thanksgiving from Techwire; Newsletter to Resume Monday

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Nov 25

NetScout Names Account Exec for Public Sector, Health Care

Nov 25

New Techwire Tools: Lobbyist Data and More

The new features — organizational charts for key state agencies, and a searchable database devoted to tech-related lobbying — are designed to give Insiders additional insight into state IT’s players, procurement and policy.
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