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.
California Public Sector IT - By the Numbers
A transit agency that serves two counties has been awarded millions to help it convert to a zero-emissions bus fleet and build a new facility.
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An educational system’s multiyear plan has potential opportunities this fiscal year for companies with tech goods and services to offer the state.
The state department spent just more than $5 million in the second quarter of 2022 on IT services that include an emergency mass notification system.
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.
California’s new state budget supports significant technology initiatives in lower education.
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.