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The chief information officer must have working knowledge of the following IT domains: business technology management, client services, information security, IT project management, software engineering, and systems/network engineering.
A costly scam perpetrated against the city of Fresno in 2020 could have been halted, a Fresno County Civil Grand Jury found. In a report released last week, the jury noted that city practices have since been improved.
“One of my goals will be to support the delivery of tailored, relevant and efficient experiences to citizens,” Brian Chidester told Industry Insider — California. “In doing so, governments can not only meet the rising expectations of their citizens but also drive greater engagement, trust and satisfaction.”
“So now, we at CDT will have to go through the process of deciding, well, given the funding that we currently have, how will we best proceed?” said Mark Monroe, deputy director of California’s Middle-Mile Broadband Initiative.
The governor’s office has announced three new IT-related appointments to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Office of Data and Innovation, and the California Government Operations Agency.
LAPD officials added a disclaimer to the site’s crime page about the department’s shift to the National Incident-Based Reporting System, which will bring it in line with federal guidelines aimed at gaining more detailed crime data.
Khaled Tawfik “will also identify opportunities for vendors to partner with the city to help prioritize equity, accessibility and citizen-centric service delivery.”
The city of Oakland is recruiting for three open Information System Specialist III roles within the Information Technology Department.
The improvements could mean that, depending on where they are and where the quake begins, Californians would receive an earlier, more accurate estimate of magnitude before the Earth starts shaking.
The California Public Utilities Commission is partnering with Maximus to oversee its California Connect program, which provides services to the state’s deaf and disabled residents through new technologies, policies and advocacy.