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California Department of Public Health

Candidates are sought by the California Employment Development Department, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the California Department of Public Health, the state Department of Justice and the California Department of Technology.
Entities with IT jobs in recruitment include the California Department of Technology, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Employment Development Department, the California Department of Public Health and the Office of Systems Integration.
The Best of California Awards during the California Virtual Digital Government Summit acknowledged high-achieving state IT officials and significant recent IT projects.
State entities dealing with technology and public health are accepting applications for these executive- and senior-level positions.
“I got a text right away with the link to my record. I clicked on it, entered the PIN I had chosen and got my record, just as easily as it had worked for my mom and roommates the first time around. All the information on the record was correct.”
The deputy director will serve as the primary policy adviser on IT-related strategic planning, as well as development and implementation of the department’s technology platforms, applications, systems, operations, support services, enterprise architecture and infrastructure.
Departments with noteworthy tech openings include the departments of Technology, Public Health and Social Services.
Most of the California Department of Public Health’s five most expensive purchases of IT goods through June went to two vendors, accounting for nearly half the cost of those expenditures.
The departments with open recruitments include the California Department of Technology, the State Controller’s Office, the California Department of Public Health and the Department of Health Care Services.
Already, the state has received nearly 70,000 troubleshooting forms submitted online by residents looking to correct or complete their information, according to the California Department of Public Health.