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Desirable qualifications include “experience in leadership with a large multi-discipline and geographically distributed staff and the ability to demonstrate and enable collaboration, team building, creativity, innovation, and sound judgment.”
Industry Insider — California is pleased to welcome Talend to the Industry Insider family. Talend, based in San Mateo, offers the only end-to-end platform supporting government and education with data integration, integrity, quality and governance, making data easily discoverable, understandable and easy to use and shared across any cloud, hybrid, or multicloud environment. The company, which has been chosen by more than 7,250 organizations, offers no-code and low-code modules that give data experts and organizations the ability to promote the health of their data. For more information about the company’s government solutions, visit Talend or contact Dustin DiCarlo or Nic Bojarski.
The office’s five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s third quarter approached $2 million.
Secretary of State Shirley Weber said the prior vendor contracts were canceled and her office is now working with the California Department of Technology, using its project management system.
Recruitments are underway by the state Office of Systems Integration and the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery.
Two upcoming events hosted by the state technology department are aimed at informing vendors and local governments about procurement and mapping availabilities.
The department offers more details on its draft policy, explaining how the robots would be armed.
A 5.1-magnitude earthquake last month revealed intriguing differences in perspective from the actual quake to how cellphones equipped with a warning app saw it.
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 local government has let some residents know their personal information may be compromised.
Here are the Department of Child Support Services’ five largest purchases of IT services during the third quarter of 2022.
If you’re a state, county or local government chief information officer, chief technology officer or IT director, we’re interested in hearing your forecast for California government IT work during 2023.
The Government Operations Agency is seeking an assistant secretary; the Department of Pesticide Regulation is recruiting for a chief information officer; and the California Earthquake Authority is looking for a chief administrative officer.
Recruitments are ongoing by the Department of Human Resources, the Department of Social Services and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Industry Insider — California will not publish a newsletter Thursday or Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The newsletter will resume Monday morning.
The department’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s third quarter landed in the mid-eight figures combined.
The information of 5,372 Sacramento County Jail inmates was exposed on the Internet for about five months — from late January through early July — before the data was secured.
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.
This department of state government spent roughly $4.1 million in the third quarter of 2022 on its five largest buys.
Industry Insider — California is pleased to welcome Roundstone Solutions to the Industry Insider family. Roundstone Solutions is an experienced value-added reseller with a particular emphasis on the public sector, and especially on state departments and agencies. Its state contracts include the Enterprise Technology contract for Nutanix products and services. The Orinda-based company’s focuses include modernizing the on-prem data center; implementing modern backup and recovery architecture; and security operations. For more information, visit roundstonesolutions.com or contact Tim Joyce.
Los Altos Hills had the necessary ingredients: eager, tech-savvy residents with slow Internet and abundant cash to invest in their homes.
The department is recruiting for a manager and a specialist for its Enterprise Architecture Office.
“We have to use technology to help in aiding the efforts with the work that police officers are doing, because we just don’t have the number of officers that we need,” said Mayor Lamar Thorpe.
The California Department of Finance, which among its many responsibilities prepares the state budget, is underway on a significant technology refresh.
The Employment Development Department and the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration are seeking candidates with management experience.
As part of Industry Insider — California’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
The county’s Community Development Agency is working with Marin cities and towns in an effort to get them to develop similar policies. As of August, 60 California jurisdictions, including Fairfax and San Anselmo, had adopted ordinances requiring all-electric buildings for new construction.
Past forums have included remarks from CDT’s top leaders, a year in review and a look ahead to the coming year, and a question-and-answer session for those in the industry.
Among its initiatives, the new agency wants to work with state and local governments on cybersecurity, an official said recently.