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Eyragon Eidam

Eyragon is the Managing Editor for Industry Insider — California. He previously served as the Daily News Editor for Government Technology. He lives in Sacramento, Calif.

The city and county of San Diego are looking for vendors for networking services and software contracts.
The county’s Internal Services Department has several open solicitations, including requests for storage hardware, security and automation software.
Citing a $7.1 million general fund deficit, the city is still working through the details of its proposed 2025 two-year budget. Here’s what things look like for the Information Technology Division.
Bhupinder Kaur, a seasoned technologist with a lengthy state government resume, has been tapped to lead IT efforts with the Office of Energy Infrastructure Safety.
The county recently announced the new website, which tracks broadband expansion projects across the region.
The pressure cooker that was the pandemic stress-tested almost every aspect of the Employment Development Department. Those painful lessons are being used as the fuel for modernization.
The department is making a push to improve its customer service by hiring a consultant focused on the user experience.
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.
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.
From new contracting requirements around Internet service providers to cybersecurity metrics, this session has seen a lot of IT-related bills. Have any survived the journey thus far? Yes. Yes, they have.
Five vendors have been tapped to explore possible use cases for generative AI across several agencies and priority areas.
From new rules for AI to small-business contracting thresholds, this session has seen a lot of IT-related bills. Have any survived the journey thus far? 
Thousands of miles worth of middle-mile broadband network infrastructure are on track — and even ahead of schedule — the California Department of Technology reports.
The California Department of Technology and the Department of Health Care Services have issued requests for quotation and information, respectively.
Two requests for proposals have been issued for a new treasury management system and jury management system.
The city’s budget is still in the works, but so far the Department of Information Technology is on track to get slightly more funding than it did last year.
The California Department of Social Services has a very full plate, with several major IT projects at various stages.
Interim Director Michael Owh has been appointed to lead Los Angeles County’s Internal Services Department on a permanent basis.
The California Department of Real Estate spent just more than $100,000 on its top seven IT goods purchases of the first quarter.
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday heard a presentation on County CEO Fesia Davenport’s 2024-2025 fiscal year proposed budget and the financial challenges ahead.
The Employment Development Department is looking for someone to oversee the Financial and Strategy Management Office within its Technology Governance Division.
The school district, based in Orange County, is looking for a wide array of technologies to meet the current and future needs at several school sites and administrative locations.
Kevin Lothar Petrik has been selected to lead the Department of Technology’s geographic information systems efforts. He brings experience from the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
The Department of Consumer Affairs spent just more than $2 million on its top seven IT goods purchases in the first quarter of this year.
Erdkamp brings extensive leadership experience to the CalSAWS executive director role. The high-profile project to streamline benefits access spans all 58 counties in the state.
With the state staring down the barrel of a multibillion-dollar deficit, lawmakers have been busy looking for solutions. Here’s a look at some of the changes for IT.
Emanavin, a seasoned government IT leader, has been tapped to serve as the California Department of Technology's deputy chief technology officer.
The move to the cloud is still underway, with the first phase of the migration of back-office systems and services complete. The department will now turn its attention to migrating “non-production environments to the cloud,” Murty wrote.
The California Department of Insurance spent just over $6 million on its five largest purchases of IT goods last year.