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Tracking the Spend: Entity Made Purchases for Modernization in June

The state department’s five top purchases of IT services last month totaled in the low eight figures.

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One of California’s highest-profile state departments made 38 purchases of IT services in June and spent $16 million on its five costliest such buys.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles spent exactly $16 million on those IT services purchases in June. 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 maintain and transition the department’s legacy systems and existing containment architecture, to support DMV’s ongoing stabilization and containment work. This is a two-year contract from June 29-June 28, 2024.
  • $5 million to Infinite Solutions for “Elastic Workforce,” to deliver expertise around transitioning and maintaining legacy and containment architecture during that same stabilization and containment work. This is also a two-year contract from June 28-June 27, 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 “a one-year option to extend.”
  • $2 million to Cambria Solutions for a UiPath automation solution that will “allow the continuation of the digital transformation journey” for DMV. This is a two-year contract from June 29-June 28, 2024.
  • $1.5 million to Microsan Consultancy Services for “Elastic Workforce” to support the “(Digital Experience Platform) DxP project manager, business analyst and test automation roles.” DxP is DMV’s three- to five-year replacement of core legacy systems. This is a one-year contract from June 29-June 28, 2023.
Theo Douglas is Assistant Managing Editor of Industry Insider — California.