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How Will State Use Its IT Budget Amid Headwinds?

Key state officials and a market expert will offer analysis and forecasts at the State of Technology California Industry Forum, scheduled for Dec. 12 in Sacramento.

Most state and local government organizations were beneficiaries of the record federal funding and economic recovery incited by the COVID-19 pandemic — but now, social and economic headwinds are on the horizon and demand attention.

California CIO Liana Bailey-Crimmins.
Liana Bailey-Crimmins
Of paramount importance to technology companies: What does 2023 look like when it comes to the plans to deploy the state of California’s IT budget?

Join state IT and business leaders and get the inside scoop on California’s $14 billion state and local IT market at the annual State of Technology California Industry Forum, hosted by Industry Insider California. The live in-person event will run from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Dec. 12 at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento and will feature leading chief information officers and executives with a focus on current and future initiatives influencing IT across the state.
Joy Bonaguro
Joy Bonaguro

Speakers include state CIO Liana Bailey-Crimmins, director of the California Department of Technology; state Chief Data Officer Joy Bonaguro of the state Government Operations Agency; and Joe Morris, deputy chief innovation officer for the Center for Digital Government.*

Attendees will get actionable insight to support sales and marketing strategies in 2023, and they’ll gain a deeper understanding of California’s public-sector technology landscape.

Registration and details are available online.

*The Center for Digital Government and Industry Insider — California are part of e.Republic.