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Stephenson Loveson is the new chief information officer for the nation’s largest public pension fund. He began his career in state government as a software specialist and has worked his way up through the technology ranks and into executive leadership.
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The state is seeking proposals to convert the Employment Development Department building, the EDD Solar Building and the State Personnel Board building into affordable housing.
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The Trump administration “neglected” California’s efforts to combat unemployment fraud, says the director of the California Employment Development Department.
Key topics on the horizon, according to the experts: the emergence of progressive IT leaders; investment in transformation and creative new approaches; and a shift in approach from “output-based” to “outcome-based.”
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy, an agency under the umbrella of the California Natural Resources Agency, wants to obtain information on a “Time-Tracking System.”
The Franchise Tax Board and the Employment Development Department are accepting applications for these roles.
The California Department of General Services is hoping to proceed with a “Procurement Division E-Marketplace Implementation” and an “Enterprise Technology Solutions Information Technology Workload Adjustment,” as two budget change proposals show.
The tech professional’s deep background in sales includes having served in the industry as a corporate account executive, account executive for public sector, and then as senior enterprise account executive.
Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., has requested a series of documents and communications about the jobless benefit program from California’s Employment Development Department, which manages the state system.
The financial agency is accepting applications for the Feb. 22 event from technology providers who may have a solution to propose. The virtual event will be by invitation only and not open to the public.