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Office of Data and Innovation

Five vendors have been tapped to explore possible use cases for generative AI across several agencies and priority areas.
Several bills could mean changes to how the state and vendors deploy and develop new tech. Here are just a few of them.
Agencies and their vendor partners now have a set of guidelines to follow when it comes to incidental and intentional generative AI procurements.
As public-sector technologists contemplate how best to use generative artificial intelligence and confront an estimated $68 billion state deficit, lawmakers have released several bills that would create infrastructure, plans and standards for the use of AI.
Chock-a-block with procurements, IT executives joining and leaving state and local government, and everyone greatly abuzz about artificial intelligence, 2023 was a year to remember in California gov tech. These were its most significant issues.
Public- and private-sector IT executives shared ideas on generative AI, AI in general and what’s next at the recent California Government Innovation Summit.
Under the order, the California Department of Technology, the Office of Data and Innovation and other state agencies must examine the most significant and beneficial ways generative AI can be used by the state within 60 days.
The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration, the Department of Technology and the Office of Data and Innovation will host an IT virtual open house later this week.
The award-winning technologist, who has a background in the public and private sectors, held the role in the California Government Operations Agency for a little more than three years.
The former chief web officer at the California Department of Technology had concurrently been acting deputy CTIO since June. His first day as deputy CTIO was Feb. 13; he’ll work with state CTIO Jonathan Porat, who was appointed in December.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has named private-sector technology executive Nolwenn Godard as director at the state Office of Data and Innovation.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed 2023-2024 Fiscal Year state budget offers a variety of strategies for combating an anticipated $22.5 billion shortfall.
Those with active recruitments include the Financial Information System for California, the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, and the Office of Data and Innovation.
In a new budget change proposal, the Government Operations Agency reveals its plan to merge the Office of Digital Innovation, the Government Excellence and Transformation Center, and the CalData Program into one entity, the Office of Data and Innovation – and how each would function and be staffed.