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About Oracle Government and Education

Oracle Government and Education offers agencies a blueprint for total IT modernization through the flexibility and cost savings of a broad portfolio of cloud solutions. We help government agencies at every level adapt to change and deliver smart, connected, and secure solutions.

We’re especially proud of our Golden State beginnings. Oracle was founded in 1977 by engineers Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates as Software Development Laboratories. Our first office was 900-square feet in Santa Clara.

Today, we support California citizens through leading-edge technology in a myriad of ways. To make it easy to procure cloud, you can easily find Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as part of the California Dept. of Technology’s (CDT) Off-Premises Cloud Services offerings. Learn more at

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The Oracle Cloud offers complete SaaS application suites for ERP, HCM and CX, plus best-in-class database Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) from data centers throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. For more information about Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), please visit us at

Conversational AI for Citizens, Students and Employees
Oracle Permitting and Licensing is unique. We made strategic, intentional choices in the design and development of our cloud-native solution. In this blog series, we’ll explore a few of the most important parts of the product, what we do differently and why it matters.
The control you have always had, the security you expect, and easier than you thought possible
Oracle announces new artificial intelligence offerings in infrastructure, development tools, and applications.
For state and local government IT leaders, cloud is no longer an option or a “nice to have” but rather, an integral part of any large-scale overhaul of an agency’s IT systems and platforms. Citizens and workers alike are demanding a more modern, digital government, with cloud infrastructure taking center stage as the way to spark innovation and create meaningful, substantive change.
Water and sanitation public utilities are one of the most visible ways that citizens interact with local government. Poor service delivery, unanswered phone calls and indecipherable bills can frustrate customers and damage the reputation of these important government service providers. Explore how cloud infrastructure can help agencies deliver exceptional service to their constituents.
Join Michael Sherwood, Chief Innovation Officer, and Chris Craig, Deputy Innovation and Technology Director, city of Las Vegas, as they discuss their cloud integration strategy in the second in a four-part complimentary webinar series that demonstrates the value of a cloud infrastructure and modern data platform for government
The Data Revolution in Government | Feb. 14 | 10 a.m. PT
There’s a faster, simpler way for government IT departments to move workloads to the cloud. The California Department of Technology (CDT) is making this happen with Off-Premise Cloud Services, which contracts with top cloud service providers (CSPs) in a brokerage model that leapfrogs everyday procurement obstacles.
How to Simplify Cloud Procurement
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for California Agencies - Cloud Buying Made Easy through CDT contract
Sacramento County’s 311 Connect offering provides a critical service to the area’s approximately 1.5 million residents by allowing them to log service requests for a variety of needs, from animal care issues to waste management concerns. Previously, it was time-consuming and cumbersome for the county to mine and report on the mountains of data collected from the system.
Make the seamless move from on premise to the cloud, leveraging improved automation and built-in security
Register to attend this webinar with experts from the Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor and Oracle.
Two California IT leaders are among five state and local government speakers at the Oracle State and Local Government Virtual Cloud Summit Wednesday, April 14
Get up and running running in your cloud tenancy. Register for this hands-on workshop on April 7 to learn about Oracle HPC on OCI.
Discover how UC Davis and CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, are harnessing the power of supercomputing for high speed research.
Register to attend a Dec. 8th webinar on how high-speed computing from Oracle is transforming pharmaceutical research at UC Davis.
Join Government Technology on Nov.19 at 10:00am PT to hear L.A. city leaders discuss how they deployed an emergency aid solution during the pandemic.
Latest Addition Marks 25th Oracle Cloud Region Worldwide
Code for America, Oracle and the City of Los Angeles discuss how technology is keeping the doors of government open during the COVID-19 crisis.
The current health crisis has altered how government needs to business continuity plans. Oracle Public Sector leader William Sanders explains.
Get the highlights of Oracle’s annual technology event on Jan. 28 or Jan. 30th.
When data analytics startup Kinetica was seeking an innovative way to take out the trash, they turned to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run their data-intensive simulations.
Launched at Oracle OpenWorld, the “always free” version of Oracle’s Autonomous Database has quickly taken root in the database development community.
Oracle OCI has earned a key government milestone to support public sector customers seeking to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve security.
The LA County Office of the Assessor modernized on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for a more agile system of managing Proposition 13 tax legislation.
Oracle and Microsoft forge a cloud partnership enabling customers to migrate and run enterprise workloads across Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud.
The LA County Office of the Assessor has successfully transitioned from a mainframe architecture and “green screen” technology to Oracle public cloud.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services are less expensive, better performing, and as easy to buy as identical services from AWS and Microsoft Azure.