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California State University

The county of Los Angeles and the California State University system are among the state and local entities in the early stages of technology projects.
Investments in instructional technology are on the rise at California’s university systems, and IT funding is in place for a big move at the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency, among other initiatives in this year’s state budget.
Elected officials in the state Senate and Assembly will consider several pieces of cybersecurity legislation when they return from summer recess in August.
Details are being resolved, but the state’s approved budget has more than $250 million for projects at the Employment Development Department, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System and elsewhere.
Bills still under consideration by the Legislature would bring changes to everything from cybersecurity education to government websites and email addresses.
The university is set to add the new college, its first in more than 50 years — and is providing free curriculum to help spread data science to California community colleges, California State University and more.
As part of Industry Insider — California’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.
What should a statewide cybersecurity curriculum include? A leader in the effort is asking for guidance and suggestions.
With the grant, the San Bernardino campus facility will focus its efforts on cyber defense, cyber research and cyber operations at educational institutions across the country.
The veteran tech leader, who has professional roots in Minnesota, brings a deep background as an innovator and advocate in education technology.
An educational system’s multiyear plan has potential opportunities this fiscal year for companies with tech goods and services to offer the state.
A state system’s overall plan reveals possible opportunities this fiscal year for those selling tech goods and services to the state.
The new bill is one of several that illustrate how the state may spend money on technology and innovation in coming months.