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Dennis Noone

Executive Editor, Industry Insider

Dennis Noone is Executive Editor of Industry Insider. He is a career journalist, having worked at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies including USA Today in Washington, D.C.

“The incumbent will be leading the implementation of the new cryptocurrency monitoring technology such as Ethereum Chainalysis,” says the job posting by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation.
“I’m excited to join the team at Golden Bridge Strategies and hope to build on the success they have had in working with clients on IT projects that have a positive impact on the delivery of public-sector services,” Smith told Industry Insider.
The nation’s largest state justice system spent $1,669,358 on the corresponding purchases in the first quarter of 2023.
“Part of the AIO role is to support and partner with the other departments within the agency,” Robinette told Industry Insider — California. “I want to focus on the innovation part of it. There’s some super-capable CIOs within the agency.”
The California Highway Patrol is seeking a CTO, and the California Department of Technology is recruiting for a GISD data engineering architect.
As part of Industry Insider — California’s ongoing efforts to inform readers about state and local agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with IT leaders. Responses have been lightly edited.
The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research is seeking a chief information officer, and the California Lottery is seeking a data supervisor and a back-end analytics developer.
In his new role, the Los Angeles-based executive will manage six sales teams covering California, the Pacific Northwest, the Rockies, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.
“We are thrilled to welcome Warren to our leadership team,” said Jeff Smith, president of TabordaENS. “His extensive experience and proven track record in financial and operational leadership will be instrumental in driving TabordaENS forward as we continue to innovate and grow.”
“One of my primary goals as a Box representative for California is to educate IT leaders on the ways Box can help them accelerate their missions and modernize their infrastructure while reducing, not increasing, their total spend,” Ternan told Industry Insider — California.
The roles are cybersecurity compliance officer for the California State Transportation Agency and network security engineer for the California Department of Technology.
The funds, from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021, will be used for affordable Internet service, state-of-the-art devices and digital literacy training. According to the California Department of Technology, “Now the state will pivot from planning to action.”
Business professional and administrative and IT consulting services accounted for $200,627,685 in spending — roughly 64 percent of the office’s total expenditure on IT services.
“Working with government agencies aligns perfectly with my passion for cybersecurity and public service, and I’m excited to make a meaningful impact in this space,” she told Industry Insider — California.
Recruitments by state departments include project director, benefit solutions architect, manager and chief.
Crystal Taylor, named chief information officer this week for the Department of Health Care Services, enters the role with a stout pedigree and a goal of helping her teams “move those boulders.”
Before her tenure with DHCS, Taylor served in various roles in the California Department of Technology, the State Franchise Tax Board and the Legislative Analyst’s Office.
The California County Information Services Directors Association and the Municipal Information Systems Association of California will both hold gatherings in the Lake Tahoe area in the next two months.
The Franchise Tax Board and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation are seeking candidates for these IT Specialist II positions, both of which have application deadlines this month.
The city’s chief information officer, Jamil Niazi, is excited to begin using Nautilus Data Technologies’ floating data center in the Port of Stockton for its data backup and disaster recovery.
“I love our industry and couldn’t be happier to rejoin this company that shares the same level of passion for our customers and partners,” Morales told Industry Insider California.
The California Department of Transportation has spelled out five “challenge” areas, plus a “wild card” category, for which it seeks proposals and solutions from tech vendors.
The key roles in recruitment include deputy chief information officer, chief support executive, applications manager, and IT strategy manager.
The California Air Resources Board purchased a variety of goods including notebooks, subscriptions and a software-as-a-service timekeeping system.
“I am thrilled to represent the WalkMe Digital Adoption Platform as a cutting-edge solution to enhance our customers’ application adoption,” Russell told Industry Insider — California.
The duties of this Career Executive Assignment role include oversight of the state Legislative Data Center, according to the job posting.
“David knows our business, and our customer’s business, and has made himself available to all our customers,” said Michael Concannon, co-founder of SimpliGov. “There is none more qualified to ensure our customers’ success.”
The veteran of government automation, who most recently served as chief executive officer of SimpliGov, said the size and growth potential of GovOS drew him to his new role.
Kevin Cornish, chief information officer for Covered California, was named CIO of the Year. Mike Nguyen, chief technology officer for the California Department of Transportation and the California State Transportation Agency, was named CTO of the Year. They were among the public-sector honorees at this week’s California Public Sector CIO Academy.
The positions are in the Employment Development Department and the California Department of Transportation.