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It isn’t a precise accounting of exactly when and where the state’s monies will be spent, but the new bill is one of several that document how and where California’s human services spend may connect to technology and innovation during this fiscal year.
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Notable positions in recruitment include chief roles as well as several in the area of application development.
The Cybersecurity Boot Camp is a four-week online program aimed at preparing the government’s security workforce for security roles within California’s public sector.
Industry Insider — California is pleased to welcome RNSC Technologies to the Industry Insider family. RNSC is a minority- and veteran-owned cybersecurity business based in Atlanta with a passion for protecting companies and empowering communities as an agent for social impact. The company’s areas of focus include advisory, product resale, implementation, managed security services and personnel augmentation. The firm has three core practices that are supported by practice managers, account executives and engineers: Privacy and Governance Practice, Secure Access Control Practice, and Infrastructure and Cloud Protection Practice. For more information, go to RNSC Technologies or email Renault Ross.
UC Davis is now about halfway through design development for the $171.7 million, 11-acre facility in Folsom and expects to start construction in early 2023. Vendors will be selected from existing standard agreements and vendor lists for the majority of equipment purchased.
“For me, like for many of you, UC Tech is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about each other and to collectively set the stage for the year ahead,” writes Van Williams, chief information officer and vice president for information technology for the University of California.
Industry Insider — California is pleased to welcome Incode Technologies to the Industry Insider family. The identity company is working to reinvent how people verify identities and connect to the largest organizations, via a highly secure, artificial intelligence-based orchestration platform that’s end-to-end and fully automated. The Incode Omni platform enables seamless access through multiple channels. It helps the public sector provide secure citizen digital identities through document authentication, passive liveness and facial recognition, with products centered on onboarding, authentication and payment verification that increase conversion and reduce fraud. San Francisco-based Incode counts several of the world’s biggest banks, fintechs, hotels, governments and marketplaces among its clients. For more information, email Mark Hamilton or visit incode.com.
As part of Industry Insider — California’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
“Looking for any risk and privacy minded individuals to join our Labor Workforce and Development Agency reporting directly up to members of the Governor’s Office Cabinet. LWDA impacts nearly every Californian and oversees cybersecurity and privacy matters for seven of our most critical departments responsible for workforce,” writes Vitaliy Panych, the state's chief information security officer.
The office’s five largest transactions for IT services in the second quarter totaled $2,750,409, according to the State Contract and Procurement Registration System.
It’s not an exact recounting of when and where the state’s monies will be spent, but the new bill is among several that show how and where California’s transportation spend may intersect with technology and innovation this fiscal year.