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California Environmental Protection Agency

The California Environmental Protection Agency is seeking an agency information security officer, and the Employment Development Department is recruiting for specialty positions.
System analysis, software maintenance and a management system were among last year’s largest contracts for IT services at the State Water Resources Control Board.
The state government entities with these recruitments are focused on traffic safety, the environment and energy infrastructure safety.
Funding for a geographic information officer is part of the millions in IT and innovation monies the Office of the Secretary for Environmental Protection received in its portion of the annual state budget. The office heads up the California Environmental Protection Agency.
Candidates with expertise in geographic information systems, SQL and IT strategy are sought by the California Environmental Protection Agency, the Employment Development Department and First 5 California.
State entities seeking consideration for the money should propose projects with “clear, concrete goals, a viable and quick path to delivery, and strong support from the requesting entity’s executive leadership,” the California Department of Technology says.
As part of Techwire’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
“I believe that FI$Cal will continue to push the envelope and lead the way for California government entities in the adoption and use of modern technologies, systems and practices,” says Miriam Ingenito, director of the Financial Information System for California.
One of the positions is in information security, and the other is in business technology and project management.
Positions in recruitment include a manager role with the California Environmental Protection Agency, a cyber analyst role with the California Department of Technology and three positions with the city of San Rafael.