Apr 3

Pondera President Takes New Role with Thomson Reuters Insider

Apr 3

State Recruitments Include Web Developer, Security Specialist and Data Scientist Insider

Apr 2

Newsom: Amid Pandemic, 'Everything' on the Table in Proposed Budget Insider

Apr 3

New City Innovate Platform Aims to Help Governments Recover from Coronavirus Insider

Apr 2

FI$Cal Chief Says Project Winding Down Insider

Apr 2

CalFire Recruiting for Deputy Director for Technology Insider

Mar 19

An Insider's Guide to Coronavirus for Government Leaders

The novel coronavirus has tested the durability of federal, state and local governments around the country and the world. This list of resources is meant to connect California leaders with useful tools to aid in response efforts.
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Apr 1

Google Partners With State to Offer Free Wi-Fi, Chromebooks to Students Insider

Apr 1

San Jose, Public, Private Partners Working on Coronavirus Platform Insider

Apr 1

College District Recruiting for IT Supervisor

Apr 1

Humboldt Using Satellite Tech Against Illicit Cannabis

Planet, a San Francisco startup, is "refreshing" its satellites, de-orbiting existing ones and replacing them with improved models in an approach the company calls "agile aerospace," reflecting the iterative nature of software development.
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Apr 1

Webinar on Selling to State, Local Government Now Online

The experts offered some tips for the short term and for the longer term, and featured audio as well as a slide deck.
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Mar 31

State IT Veteran Named CIO/CTO of Key Department

Mar 31

Bills Would Address Automation, Cybersecurity — If They Advance Insider

Mar 31

'Distance Learning' in Sacramento Means 20,000 Chromebooks

School districts in the Sacramento area are ramping up the distribution of essential technology to households as formal "distance learning" programs are close to launching for tens of thousands of students.
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Mar 30

DMV, CDT Officials to Join First Virtual Blockchain Group Meeting Insider

Mar 30

Courts Get OK to Use Technology for Hearings

The technology directives are sweeping: Superior courts can use available video, audio and telephone for remote appearances, court reporting and interpreting in proceedings.
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Mar 30

San Diego Modernizing Code Compliance Via App, Computerization

The state’s second most populous city isn’t reprioritizing code enforcement cases — but rather, preparing to change how residents can report them.
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Mar 30

Commentary: The Time Is Right to Back Online College

As the coronavirus social isolation net tightens, college professors and students face an unprecedented challenge. How do they continue teaching and learning when school buildings have closed?
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Mar 30

New Member Company: DocuSign

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Mar 27

OSI in Early Stages on Child Welfare Tech Journey Insider

Mar 27

Selling to State and Local in a Time of Crisis? Here's an Overview and Some Tips

Mar 27

State Agency Recruiting for Assistant CIO Position Insider

Mar 27

Data Shows Environmental Benefits of Home Isolation

Private-sector researchers and officials with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) say that one or two weeks is not enough time to get a thorough understanding of the effects of greatly reducing traffic.
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Mar 27

City Buys Cell Site Simulator for Police

Vallejo has approved an agreement with KeyE Corp. for its police department to use a cellular site simulator, a device that masquerades as a cell tower.
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