Techwire Insiders now have access to a couple of new features on the website: organizational charts for key state agencies, and a searchable database devoted to tech-related lobbying.
These features, added in recent weeks, are designed to give Insiders additional insight into state IT’s players, procurement and policy.
“The organizational charts and the tech lobbyist information are just two of our latest developments on Techwire in our effort to be the authoritative source for providing user-friendly information on California’s government technology market,” said Joe Morris, vice president of Research for the Center for Digital Government*.
“With our organizational charts, our objective is to create an interactive repository of key organizational charts for state and local governments across California to help our Insiders discover the decision-making structures and power players that may impact their pursuits. Going forward, we’ll look at integrating more detailed contact information about IT decision-makers into these org charts. Also, if you have any updates or if you would like to have your org chart added to Techwire, feel free to email us at email@example.com.”
*The Center for Digital Government is a division of e.Republic, which is the parent company of Techwire and Government Technology.