Sep 16

Tech Leader Moves On from State Emergency Agency Insider

Sep 16

Internet Carrier to Piggyback on City Infrastructure for Broadband Offering Insider

Sep 16

As Legislature Ends Session, Time for a Light-Hearted Cameo Insider

Sep 13

North Bay City Creates, Staffs New C-Level Tech Position

Sep 13

Upset at Rules, Uber Removes Most Jump Scooters, Bikes from San Diego

The company will preserve operations at two naval bases, and said: “We look forward to working with the city to develop more sensible regulations.”
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Sep 12

Bill Puts 3-Year Freeze on Biometrics in Police Body Cams Insider

Sep 12

Tax, Fee Administration Debuts Next Phase of Online Filing Insider

Sep 12

Headed to Newsom, Contractor Classifications Bill Could Spark Legal Battles

Enforcing the law against multibillion-dollar app-based technology behemoths, with a California workforce estimated at some 400,000 full- and part-timers, could involve protracted litigation.
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Sep 12

The View from the Summit Insider

Sep 11

Culture Change, Not Tech, a Key Issue for State, Wilkening Says Insider

Sep 11

Winners of 'Best of California' Technology Projects Recognized Insider

Sep 11

ENS Names IT Veteran to General Manager Role Insider

Sep 11

State Senate OKs Contractor Bill; Assembly and Newsom Approval Likely

With state Senate approval, the bill regulating contractor employment is expected to clear the Assembly, and Gov. Gavin Newsom has signaled that he'll sign it. It includes postponements for newspapers, physical therapists and the timber industry, among others. It's important to the IT industry because it deals directly with independent contractors.
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Sep 10

CIO Highlights New Vendor Relationship, Cloud Playbook Insider

Sep 10

CDT's Rogers Details State's Ongoing 'Data Evolution' Insider

Sep 10

Check Point Names New Security Engineering Manager for SLED West

Sep 10

State's Absence from Google Probe Raises Questions

Attorneys general from nearly every U.S. state have jointly launched an investigation into Google’s “potential monopolistic behavior.” Notable for its absence: California, Google’s home state.
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Sep 6

SF Metro Area Toll Bridges Go Electronic

Seven Bay Area toll bridges will move away from accepting cash payments over the next several years.
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Sep 9

Central Valley County Plans for New Voting System

Its old solution was “accurate and secure,” but was decertified by the California Secretary of State’s Office. The new one would avoid the Internet and provide “a higher level of encrypted data.”
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Sep 6

New Relationship Will Help State Agency Move into Big Data Insider

Sep 6

NetApp Names Senior Account Rep for SLED

Sep 6

All 58 Counties Can Now Access CfA's Record-Clearing Software

Releasing Code for America's software and step-by-step guide builds upon the organization's five-county pilot program within the state, within which the automatic record-clearance project led to 75,000 cannabis convictions being dismissed or reduced.
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Sep 5

Funding, Board Members Announced for City Startup Accelerator Insider

Sep 5

Experts to Address Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity at Conference

Sep 5

FI$Cal Talks About Dashboard, FI$Bot, Closeout Reports

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