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The Aug. 22 event in Sacramento will include government leaders’ forecasts on future initiatives impacting IT across the state, and it’s designed for sales and marketing leaders seeking to “turbocharge business strategies and validate sales and marketing activities.”
The roles are cybersecurity compliance officer for the California State Transportation Agency and network security engineer for the California Department of Technology.
The online event on March 5 will pose five areas in which the California Department of Transportation is seeking vendors’ ideas, suggestions and proposals.
The California Privacy Protection Agency, meanwhile, is seeking qualified applicants for the role of chief information officer.
California state Sen. Aisha Wahab has proposed legislation that would combine all of the transit agencies that oversee public transit in the nine-county Bay Area into one in hopes of more seamless service. Would it work?
The California State Transportation Agency and the Office of Technology and Solutions Integration are seeking candidates.
The California Highway Patrol is seeking candidates for a manager position, while the California Department of State Hospitals is seeking to fill two architect roles — one for servers, the other for applications.
Candidates for chief and manager positions are being sought by state entities that focus on health care, transportation and technology.
Positions in recruitment include cybersecurity compliance officer, network and security architect, section chief and senior project manager.
During the second half of 2022, the rail authority spent roughly $2,146,525 on its five largest contracts for services.
In a breakout panel on “Women Leading IT Transformation” during the recent California Public Sector CIO Academy, a panel of women leaders spoke on “leading with purpose, transforming people’s attitudes, aligning to business outcomes, and delivering results.”
Among the leadership changes in state IT governance at the end of the year was the retirement of George Akiyama, the longtime chief information officer for the California Department of Transportation.
Tesla’s Autopilot features and its yearslong promise of eventual self-driving capability are a big part of the Texas-based electric automaker’s lofty valuation. Roughly 160,000 Tesla drivers in North America had access to what Tesla calls FSD Beta at the end of the third quarter.
The department issued the latest in its series of updates on California’s progress toward building a statewide broadband network, which includes details on the administration of federal funding.
It’s not an exact recounting of when and where the state’s monies will be spent, but the new bill is among several that show how and where California’s transportation spend may intersect with technology and innovation this fiscal year.
Muni and BART emerged as among the biggest beneficiaries of the $800 million awarded by the California State Transportation Agency last week for projects meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“Delivering for all Californians has guided my work, from standing up the Office of Digital Innovation and developing a more user-centered vision for technology in the state of California, to driving vaccine equity, to building more inclusive financial products,” writes Justin Cohan-Shapiro.
While Merced County officials have said there are companies under contract to test at the site, they won’t say who those entities are because of the proprietary nature of the products being developed and tested there.
The California Department of General Services has issued a request for proposal to make it easier for transit providers in the state to acquire the needed hardware and software to support contactless payment systems.
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