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Several state entities are already underway on technology modernizations and cybersecurity hardening and may seek additional funding during the 2024-2025 fiscal year budget cycle, which begins next month.
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The California Department of General Services has released a request for information about potentially replacing several legacy systems with one integrated modern solution.
The positions are in the California Department of Parks and Recreation and the Office of Technology and Solutions Integration, which is part of California Health and Human Services.
“I would say the cloud migration was huge,” says Catherine Lanzaro, CIO for the California Department of Child Support Services. “We were working with Microsoft and our partners, and Microsoft Azure gave us new life.”
At a recent Bay Area event bringing together public- and private-sector leaders in government technology, many spoke about how hiring struggles are making AI both more appealing and more difficult to adopt.
Amid a “substantial need for my contributions to the Long Beach Utilities Department” following a cyber incident Nov. 15, Paula Crowell, its manager of Information Services, will stay with the city.
The Orange County Transportation Authority, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the city of Fresno are among the local entities in the early stages of technology projects.
The University of California already uses the program on some campuses but a more comprehensive acquisition of licenses is expected to drive value and integration.
One of the recruitments by the California Department of Social Services is for a manager; the other three are for data engineer, technical lead and developer/administrator.
Industry Insider — California members should mark their calendars for this members-only briefing in February by business and IT leaders with the California Department of Health Care Services.
Respondents should offer a general overview of the proposed solution, including how electrification could be done without access to a DMV facility and how it would meet payment and charging needs.