Here Are State Tech Department’s Purchases of IT Services During April

The California Department of Technology’s five purchases of IT services last month totaled more than $1 million and included site reliability engineering and customer support.

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The state technology agency made just five purchases of IT services in April and spent the most on a single buy.

The California Department of Technology spent exactly $1,693,749.99 last month on those five purchases. Here, with rounding, is where that money went, based on data in the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System:

  • $1.6 million to Folsom-based Tek Yantra, an IT consulting and software development company that’s familiar to the state. The purchase was for site reliability engineering for cloud streamline consulting, and represented a one-year contract, from April 21-April 20, 2022.
  • $36,700 to SunstoneIT for TPX tubes migration services, a six-month contract from April 7-Oct. 6.
  • $9,999.99 to Anil Dewan for state services assessment and stabilization, a three-month contract from April 19-July 18.
  • $7,590 to Acuity Technical Solutions for “Cireson business management suite S&M software assurance subscription support renewal.” This is a one-year contract from April 1-March 31, 2022.
  • $2,500 to Natix Inc. for “PSP premium support package with in-country terms” including 24/7 customer support if mission critical systems fail. This is a one-year contract from April 17-April 16, 2022.
Theo Douglas is Assistant Managing Editor of Techwire.