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Tracking the Spend: These Vendors Won CDT’s 13 Largest Software Contracts in FY 2023-24

The California Department of Technology had 13 software contracts worth $1 million or more in fiscal year 2023-24. In all, those awards were valued at $48,087,169.

The California Department of Technology (CDT) awarded 13 software contracts worth more than $1 million each in fiscal year 2023-24.

In all, CDT spent $48,087,169 on those 13 contracts, which are detailed in a data dashboard compiled by the state’s business office, the California Department of General Services (DGS). These purchases are designated as “computer services — software maintenance or support” under the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC), an index of products and services for use in e-commerce.

Counting these 13 contracts and all others that CDT awarded under this UNSPSC code, the department’s total spend was $62,445,056.

Following is a breakdown of the 13 contracts that were valued at $1 million or more, the vendors, the amount paid to each vendor, and the percentage of the department’s total FY 2023-24 spend:
  • $13,744,400 to SAGA Software Inc. (22 percent of spend)
  • $9,345,233 to Crayon Software Experts LLC (14.97 percent)
  • $5,977,385 to Astute Solutions LLC (9.57 percent)
  • $3,722,203 to Blue Karma Security LLC (5.96 percent)
  • $3,308,826 to onPar Advisors LLC (5.3 percent)
  • $2,632,213 to NWN Solutions Corp. (4.22 percent)
  • $2,000,000 to 5th Quarter Consulting LLC (3.2 percent)
  • $1,485,879 to SAS Institute Inc. (2.38 percent)
  • $1,444,837 to Farallon Geographics Inc. (2.31 percent)
  • $1,224,761 to Team One Networking Inc. (1.96 percent)
  • $1,110,506 to BlueVoyant LLC (1.78 percent)
  • $1,090,926 to Triu Tek Inc. (1.75 percent)
  • $1,000,000 to Delegata Corp. (1.6 percent)

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 at small-town newspapers and major metropolitan dailies including USA Today in Washington, D.C.