IE11 Not Supported

For optimal browsing, we recommend Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.

California Department of Motor Vehicles

Jeremy Grant, coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, said some government officials, especially those in law enforcement, would love to use digital licenses for tracking.
In a recent request for proposal, the California Department of Motor Vehicles solicits assistance from vendors that can provide consultant services for its Digital Experience Platform modernization project.
Entities seeking candidates for leadership roles include the California Department of Motor Vehicles, the Employment Development Department, and the Office of Digital Innovation.
Proposals must be under $1 million, and the solution must have or provide the ability to detect and prevent known and unknown advanced threats and to identify both internal and external threats in real time.
Strategic plans can offer a clear perspective on how a state or local government wields IT and innovation. This recurring series examines the strategic plans of state entities as well as counties and municipalities.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles’ largest purchases of IT services in March include aspects of ongoing work that, in some cases, will require years to complete.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles is recruiting for a manager to oversee projects and portfolios, and the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services is seeking an expert in user interface and user experience.
The California Workforce Development Board is seeking a web developer/cloud architect, and the Department of Motor Vehicles is recruiting for a program manager for Motor Voter and other initiatives.
“Prashant will be a great addition to our team,” DMV Director Steve Gordon told Techwire. “He brings the right mix of skill and leadership to help us meet our modernization goals.”
Positions with open recruitments include chief information officer, change management senior analyst, DevOps engineer and application developer.
State transportation, insurance and emergency entities are looking to fill assistant chief and IT specialist positions.
At the California Department of Motor Vehicles’ virtual Vendor Day 2022, DMV and state IT leaders sought solutions to a plethora of comprehensive technology issues.
Entities with active IT recruitments include the California Employment Development Department, the Office of Digital Innovation, the California Department of Technology and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles made 10 purchases of IT services last month, and its most expensive buys show clearly that its long-discussed, large-scale modernization is underway.
In a recent budget change proposal, the California Department of Justice seeks money from the General Fund to modify IT systems around the use of “X” as “an individual’s nonbinary descriptor.”
The suit stems from a public records request to the California Department of Motor Vehicles from an unidentified individual or entity seeking access to Waymo’s driverless-deployment application — the basic filled-out form, attachments of additional material and responses to follow-up questions from the DMV.
The California Department of Justice, the Department of Technology and the Department of Motor Vehicles are seeking candidates for a variety of leadership roles.
Two recent budget change proposals submitted by the California Department of Technology document an evolving IT environment.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles’ upcoming event, Vendor Day 2022, will be the latest in its ongoing series of direct engagements with IT companies.
“Delivering for all Californians has guided my work, from standing up the Office of Digital Innovation and developing a more user-centered vision for technology in the state of California, to driving vaccine equity, to building more inclusive financial products,” writes Justin Cohan-Shapiro.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles’ costliest purchases of IT services since 2019 show its ongoing IT modernization — and, arguably, the more typical large-scale purchases of such a state entity.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles made nearly 100 purchases of IT services through Dec. 15, and several of its most expensive appear to be centered on its existing systems and the large-scale technology modernization now underway.
Tesla is developing driverless cars on public roadways, using its customers as test drivers and shrugging off requirements — and, so far, the Department of Motor Vehicles has been largely content to look the other way.
In a request for proposals, one of California’s best-known and most-used departments calls on IT vendors capable of helping it achieve a key part of an enterprise-level refresh.
The latest California Department of Technology Vendor Forum offered IT companies the latest word on current and upcoming procurements as well as ongoing IT work and process updates.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles continues working to improve service directly to residents as it simultaneously takes early steps on a larger, foundational IT update.
“I must stop here and give credit where credit is due: The DMV has really turned things around. I remember waiting in lines at the DMV that wrapped around buildings 25+ years ago. Now, people are getting answers to questions immediately with Miles, at any time of day.”
The Financial Information System for California has named a new chief information officer, a new chief information security officer and a new chief deputy director, filling key vacancies on Director Miriam Barcellona Ingenito’s management team.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles and Covered California are seeking to fill leadership vacancies.
State departments with open tech positions include the California Department of Motor Vehicles, the Office of Systems Integration, the Department of Social Services, the Department of Technology and the State Water Resources Control Board.