The office’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s third quarter approached the mid-seven figures combined.
Job openings include the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, the California Department of Technology, the California Secretary of State’s Office and the Office of Systems Integration.
Departments with significant vacancies include the Department of Health Care Services, the Department of Public Health, the Department of Transportation, and the Secretary of State’s Office.
In a request for quotation, the California Secretary of State’s Office is seeking “risk-limiting audit support to perform county training, assistance and support” for the state’s 58 counties.
The Little Hoover Commission, a California government watchdog agency, recommends that the state invest in a publicly owned, open source elections system. In this system, expert “white hat” hackers and interested members of the public could review the source code and report potential vulnerabilities to the California Secretary of State’s Office. Only authorized personnel would be allowed to physically modify the code.
The chief project officer reports to the chief information officer and directly oversees project managers, specialists and other support staff while working closely with the chief technology officer and other executives.
Positions are available with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, the Secretary of State’s Office and the California Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Office’s California Automated Lobbyist and Campaign Contribution and Expenditure Search System (Cal-Access) replacement project has paused temporarily and is being examined by a vendor.
The California Secretary of State’s Office’s five most expensive purchases of IT services in August nearly reached the mid-seven figures, with two related to modernizing aspects of the voting process.
The new system should be in place before the November 2024 general election, and the contract could last more than 10 years. The registration deadline for a mandatory proposers conference is Monday.
The California secretary of state’s office is among many that received funding for IT and innovation projects in the new Fiscal Year 2021-2022 state budget, officials with e.Republic said during a recent virtual briefing for Techwire members.