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Tracking the Spend: Department of Rehabilitation’s Top 5 Buys of IT Goods

The department spent just under $2 million in the third quarter of 2022 on laptops, hard drives, cloud services and other items.

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The state department that serves the needs of Californians with disabilities spent just under $2 million on its five largest purchases of IT goods during the third quarter of 2022.

According to the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System, the California Department of Rehabilitation spent $1,975,838 from July 1 through Sept. 30 on the five buys. They were, with rounding:
  • $996,970 for HP laptops, hard drives and related items, in a Sept. 7 Statewide Contract with NWN Solutions Corp.
  • $649,932 for “Consulting Engineer/Agile Trainer/Coach/Salesforce” in a one-year contract awarded July 15 to Taborda Solutions under the state Software Licensing Program (SLP).
  • $139,500 for “Workspace Service, Edition-Premium Plus, Concurrent, Path-Base” in a one-year contract awarded to Allied Network Solutions under the SLP.
  • $104,132 for “Sales and Service Cloud Unlimited Edition” (cloud services) in a July 14 SLP contract awarded to Outreach Solutions as a Service.
  • $85,293 for “ServiceNow IT Service Management Professional – Fulfiller” in a Sept. 30 one-year SLP contract with Veteran Enhanced Technology Solutions.

The periodic reports of spending on IT goods and services by agencies and departments in state government are compiled by Industry Insider — California as a way of highlighting procurements and trends.
Dennis Noone is Executive Editor of Industry Insider. He is a career journalist, having worked as a reporter and editor at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies in California, Nevada, Texas and Virginia, including as an editor with USA Today in Washington, D.C. He lives in Northern California.