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Theo Douglas

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

This is the latest move in the Sacramento-area local government technology executive’s more than 20-year career.
The municipality is one that has made other notable changes to its IT unit in recent months.
The 50-year-old commission is working with a major state department on improving communication across California.
The document, which took effect July 1, supports IT initiatives in areas including modernization, stabilization and security.
The local government wants to streamline a portion of its process.
California lawmakers, newly returned from their summer recess, will consider several bills this week with ramifications for state technology and cybersecurity.
The state department’s five top purchases of IT goods last month totaled in the low seven figures.
While not entirely a precise road map, the new bill is among those revealing how and where California will likely spend on technology and innovation this fiscal year.
The state of California wants to hear from IT companies capable of providing a software system to one of its many entities.
A large transportation entity in state government is taking a significant step toward improving high-speed Internet in Southern California.
The new bill is one of several that illustrate how the state may spend money on technology and innovation in coming months.
The department calling on IT companies is one of the state’s newer entities.
The county governments were recognized for their work in IT, innovation and service.
The veteran technology executive’s state service spans four decades.
The department is contemplating IT work and wants to hear from private-sector vendors.
The state entity, a familiar one to consumers, is looking to fill six positions, all of which have considerable intersection with information technology and innovation.
A key state department has delivered the inaugural edition of a resource for IT-related information.
Public-sector IT officials shared their thoughts at the recent California Public Sector CIO Academy.
The state department’s five top purchases of IT services last month totaled in the low eight figures.
The respondent ultimately chosen by the higher education organization will be under contract for at least five years.
The state department’s six purchases of IT services last month totaled in the low seven figures.
The new chief information officer is a state employee of 17 years and a former assistant CIO at another department.
The California Department of Technology made 40 purchases of IT goods last month and spent in the mid-eight figures on its five top buys which, as was the case last month, included government community cloud and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-related technologies.
The state entity, created last summer by the California Legislature, has chosen a new chief information officer less than a month before the one-year anniversary of its founding.
In a new invitation for bid, the California Franchise Tax Board wants to hear from IT companies that can assist it with procuring various software subscriptions and application support services.
In a new request for information, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System looks to learn more about a modern portfolio management solution.
In a request for proposal, the Los Angeles Unified School District asks for “additional proposals from qualified firms for the Site-Based Technology Support Services Bench,” to augment its pool of qualified companies.
There’s more than one right way to accomplish major technology work but sometimes, tough decisions have to be made for the project to move forward, officials at the California departments of Technology, Motor Vehicles, and Corrections and Rehabilitation said recently at the California Public Sector CIO Academy.
In a new request for proposal, the California Department of Technology and the California Public Utilities Commission seek responses from IT companies interested in working on the Renewables Portfolio Standard Database System Expansion Project.
The California Department of Technology made more than 40 purchases of IT goods last month and spent in the mid-eight figures on its five top buys, which included government community cloud and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-related technologies.