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Theo Douglas

Theo Douglas is assistant managing editor at Industry Insider — California and a former staff writer for Government Technology.

The office’s five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s third quarter approached $2 million.
Two upcoming events hosted by the state technology department are aimed at informing vendors and local governments about procurement and mapping availabilities.
The office’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s third quarter approached the mid-seven figures combined.
The state department wants to hear from companies capable of assisting it in building out inland portions of California’s middle-mile broadband network.
The department’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s third quarter landed in the mid-eight figures combined.
California’s cities with 250,000-499,999 residents were among those honored in this year’s Digital Cities Survey from the Center for Digital Government for doing more to improve residents’ access to online services and broadband and for enhancing cybersecurity.
The California Department of Finance, which among its many responsibilities prepares the state budget, is underway on a significant technology refresh.
Among its initiatives, the new agency wants to work with state and local governments on cybersecurity, an official said recently.
The large municipalities honored in this year’s Digital Cities Survey from the Center for Digital Government worked hard to do more across the enterprise in government IT.
The executive-level state office would like to hear from IT vendors as it considers modernizing a key online system.
The upcoming virtual sessions will center on contract opportunities for the Middle-Mile Broadband Network.
The Northern California county wants to hear from companies capable of assisting it in a particular aspect of technology work.
The technology and risk officials discussed “Securing the Modern Workplace from a Multitude of Threats” at the recent California Cybersecurity Education Summit.
The state department’s five largest transactions in this area reached the low eight figures.
A key executive and the IT leader at Silicon Valley’s largest municipality talked to Industry Insider — California about their work in equity, offered takeaways on cloud services and discussed challenges in the area of workforce.
The office’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s third quarter topped $50 million.
In a request for information, the local government wants to hear from IT companies capable of assisting it in tax preparation for residents and in driving awareness of state and federal tax credits.
The money for the project from the state-level board, which is the “policy-level body for programs administered by the Office of Public School Construction,” will likely have considerable intersection with technology.
The initiative in question is one that may ultimately lead to a wider roll-out depending upon verifiable results.
The department’s five largest transactions in this area reached the low eight figures.
The department’s five largest transactions in this area reached the low eight figures.
Public-sector panelists at the recent California Digital Government Summit in Sacramento examined what worked well in government technology during the pandemic and how that might continue.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has made two appointments at a new state office whose creation was proposed earlier this year by the California Government Operations Agency.
Technology and innovation infuse numerous of the California Department of Public Health’s projects around COVID-19 and wellness.
The agency, which patrols one of the nation’s most populated and diverse areas, intends to proceed on a project that would refresh a key aspect of its infrastructure.
During remarks Thursday at the California Cybersecurity Education Summit in Sacramento, state technology and security leaders emphasized the value in working together to keep residents’ information and state assets secure, and highlighted workforce needs.
Signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, the new bills have likely significance to governments and technology companies alike.
The department’s five largest transactions in this area reached the mid-seven figures.
A Southern California city moved key processes off paper during the pandemic and continues to build on the gains it realized.
State and local government officials commemorated a pivotal moment in California’s multibillion-dollar quest to improve access to high-speed Internet.