Nov 12

Prep is Key to Utilizing GIS in Emergency, Counties and State Say Insider

Nov 12

CIO: Public Sector Offers Challenge, Opportunity for Women Insider

Nov 12

Uber Appeals L.A. Operating Permit Suspension Insider

Nov 11

Gregory on GIS: 'We're Going to See a Lion Roar' Insider

Nov 11

State, Locals Use Tech to Improve Freeway Traffic Insider

Nov 11

With RFQ, Carlsbad Seeks 'Innovative' Digital Transformation

Seeking deep digital change, officials in Southern California's Carlsbad issued a request for qualifications, in an effort to be less prescriptive and simply state their challenge for technology providers to consider.
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Nov 11

San Diego Won’t Sell Data from Smart Streetlights

A candidate for city attorney, technology privacy advocates and city council members have expressed concerns about ensuring information collected by the streetlights is properly collected, secured and managed.
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Nov 8

State Poised to Stand Up 'Transformative' GIS Data Portal Insider

Nov 8

CDW-G Moves Longtime Manager over California State and Local Insider

Nov 8

Bay Area Innovation Leader Steps Down

The longtime executive had worked at her city for almost seven years, in a variety of innovation positions.
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Nov 8

Tough Questions, Fake News, and Tech Salaries Ranked Insider

Nov 8

Commentary: Governments Must Generate New Solutions for Power Shutoffs Insider

Nov 7

From Cloud to Power Shutoffs, Counties Advise Each Other Insider

Nov 7

State Recruiting Continues for IT Positions Insider

Nov 7

Silicon Valley City Recruiting for Product and Project Managers Insider

Nov 7

Commentary: FI$Cal Hits One Milestone, Looks to Others

"Even with our transparency site displaying data from almost all FI$Cal departments, there is more we can do. That wealth of data is of limited benefit if people don’t understand the best ways to view and access it. ... We want to add an application program interface into Open FI$Cal to allow outside websites and other applications to automatically upload the data as soon as it enters Open FI$Cal each month."
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Nov 6

State Recruitments Abound for IT Positions Insider

Nov 6

DMV Acknowledges 'Improperly' Sharing Data With Government Agencies

DMV officials said federal, state and local agencies inappropriately obtained personal information of 3,200 DMV customers, through access that has since ended. It's the beleaguered department's latest high-profile misstep.
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Nov 6

Sacramento's Stewart: Connecting Dots, Fostering Collaboration

As Sacramento's chief innovation officer, Louis Stewart focuses on innovations that make the whole city a living laboratory; he doesn’t just bring in “tech for tech’s sake.” He wants to connect the dots among startup businesses, data-driven government, and the city’s educational landscape.
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Nov 6

In Kern, Online Access to Court Records Time-Consuming, Costly

In the state's third-largest county by area, online access to court records is limited and pricey. Plans to modernize one record system are underway, but it's not entirely clear when more will be available online.
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Nov 5

CDT Schedules Vendor Day, Invites Questions Insider

Nov 5

Digital Firm from UK Has Key Role in State Site Overhaul Insider

Nov 5

Female County Tech Execs: IT 'Intellectually Challenging' but Rewarding Field Insider

Nov 5

Fortinet Names Senior Systems Engineer for California, Nevada, Higher Ed Insider

Nov 5

Power Shutoffs Leave Governments Scrambling for Cellphone Alternatives

Neither California nor the federal government requires cellphone towers to have backup power, even though network service is a critical part of modern life.
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