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“We are proud of Jeff’s extraordinary accomplishments and look forward to working with more government agencies to eliminate fraud and enable equitable and inclusive access to critical services for all Americans,” said Matt Thompson, Socure’s senior vice president and general manager for public sector.
The spending by the California Air Resources Board was for services including consulting, reporting and software, and the five largest categories within those codes accounted for $23,470,961, with rounding, according to the Procurement Division of the Department of General Services.
The department is making a push to improve its customer service by hiring a consultant focused on the user experience.
The government payments platform provider has also put a new executive team in place, including Chief Operating Officer Chris Lewis, Chief Technology Officer Andy Brooks and Chief Innovation Officer Alan Pyrz.
The leadership and specialty positions are among recruitments by the Employment Development Department and the California Department of Transportation.
Closing the state’s now $27.6 billion budget shortfall will sting no matter how fast the Band-Aid gets pulled off. Here’s what the most recent iteration of the governor’s proposed budget could mean for IT spending.
The trains, from Swiss manufacturer Stadler, are slated to go into use in San Bernardino County.
In a request for proposals issued May 9, the court system called for vendor proposals to outfit six courthouses with multilingual wayfinding kiosks.
Dave Jenkins, a nearly 30-year veteran of the California Highway Patrol and its new technology leader, has held a wide variety of positions with the department. These include supervisory roles in three commands.
Silicon Valley is seeing even more job cuts, this time from search engine giant Google and Tesla competitor Rivian Automotive.