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Tracking the Spend: DMV’s Top IT Services Purchases in Q2

The department’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s second quarter reached $16 million.

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The state’s motor vehicles department made 47 purchases of IT services in the second quarter of this year and spent exactly $16 million on the top five.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles spent nearly two-thirds of that money on two of its five most expensive such purchases, together accounting for $10 million from April 1 through June 30. Here, with rounding, is what that money paid for, based on data in the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System:

  • $5 million to Infinite Solutions for Elastic Workforce, to “provide expertise in maintaining and transitioning legacy systems and containment architecture, and support DMV’s “stabilization and containment efforts.” This is a two-year contract, from June 28-June 27, 2024.
  • $5 million to Infinite Solutions for Elastic Workforce, to “maintain and transition DMV legacy systems and containment architecture” and support the department’s stabilization and containment work. This, too, is a two-year contract, from June 29-June 28, 2024.
  • $2.5 million to QualApps for Salesforce services to “implement new Industry Business Centers transactions online channels” and add new transactions to the Virtual Field Office. This is a one-year contract from June 7-June 6, 2023, with an option to extend for one year.
  • $2 million to Cambria Solutions for the UiPath “automation solution for DMV to allow the continuation of the digital transformation journey.” This is a two-year contract from June 29-June 28, 2024.
  • $1.5 million to MicroSan Consultancy Services for Elastic Workforce, as support for the Digital eXperience Platform (DXP) project manager, business analyst and test automation roles. The ongoing DXP project is aimed at replacing and updating software, hardware and programming language across core legacy systems during the next roughly three to five years. This is a one-year contract from June 29-June 28, 2023.
Theo Douglas is Assistant Managing Editor of Industry Insider — California.