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The Aug. 22 event in Sacramento will include government leaders’ forecasts on future initiatives impacting IT across the state, and it’s designed for sales and marketing leaders seeking to “turbocharge business strategies and validate sales and marketing activities.”
The June 6 forum will include an update from the Department of General Services including its procurement needs, as well as discussion of critical services, the Technology Stabilization Program and the Technology Modernization Program.
The county’s Internal Services Department has several open solicitations, including requests for storage hardware, security and automation software.
The issue being raised by the lawsuit is with the electronic poll books that verify voter eligibility and whether a voter has already voted.
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“As we stand on the brink of this technological revolution, the readiness of local governments to embrace change, rethink leadership, and evolve organizational cultures will determine their ability to harness AI’s potential for public good.”
Citing a $7.1 million general fund deficit, the city is still working through the details of its proposed 2025 two-year budget. Here’s what things look like for the Information Technology Division.
The Little Hoover Commission will hear from Amy Tong, secretary of the California Government Operations Agency, at Thursday’s meeting, which will be held in Silicon Valley and streamed online.
A large part of DOR’s work involves assistive technology, and Chief Information Officer Jacob “Jake” Johnson said the department’s changes will involve its tech team.
“This transformative process marks a departure from traditional infrastructure and opens the door to many benefits that will propel the system’s capabilities into the future,” says CalHR Chief Information Officer Enrique Parker.