A dashboard presented by the California Department of General Services shows in detail how various departments in state government buy goods and services under leveraged procurement agreements.
The Office of Technology and Solutions Integration, formerly known as the Office of Systems Integration, is part of the California Health and Human Services Agency.
The Health and Human Services Agency solution would need to match more than 60 million personal records in different databases across 13 departments.
All three positions require interactions with high-level state leaders, leading teams in technology work and completing challenging, complex IT projects.
The entities are seeking candidates with experience in cloud, enterprise architecture, policy and leadership.
Both positions call for the ability to manage a team and to demonstrate a variety of technical and professional skills.
The agencies seeking leadership candidates include the Employment Development Department and the Office of Systems Integration.
A budget ask from the California Department of Social Services would enable it and partners to continue implementing and supporting the Statewide Automated Welfare System, meant to bring all 58 counties together.
The five largest contracts were for services related to project management, subject matter experts in the processing of financial transactions, and consulting and licensing fees.
“The ‘Office of Systems Integration’ name was narrow in implying the office only integrated systems, when in fact it handles the breadth of the technology life cycle, including programmatic support,” writes Adam Dondro, agency information officer for the California Health and Human Services Agency and director of OSI.
The California State Lottery and the Office of Systems Integration, which is part of the California Health and Human Services Agency, are seeking qualified applicants.
The departments work in the areas of insurance, purchasing, technology and taxes.
Recruitments are underway by the state Office of Systems Integration and the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery.
These key openings are with the California Health and Human Services Agency, the California Department of Technology and the Office of Systems Integration.
The department’s five largest transactions in this area reached the low eight figures.
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.
The office’s five largest transactions for IT services in the second quarter totaled $2,750,409, according to the State Contract and Procurement Registration System.
“My role is as a senior account manager, which includes growing the business and ensuring excellent delivery for the multiple projects we have now, primarily in the public sector,” the technology veteran told Industry Insider — California.
Candidates are sought for openings in the departments of Human Resources, Employment Development, and Health Care Services, and the Office of Systems Integration.
“This team was an amazing group of individuals who introduced me to human-centered design and journey mapping, who collaborated with me to envision new ways of providing services, who partnered in changing the culture at CalHHS, and even convinced me to get a Twitter account,” writes Michael Wilkening.
The veteran state executive succeeds Dan Kalamaras as OSI chief. The office is part of the California Health and Human Services Agency, of which Dondro is also agency information officer.
The Office of Systems Integration, part of the California Health and Human Services Agency, spent a little over $5.3 million on consulting, subscriptions and other needs from Jan. 1 through March 31.
Both positions are with entities within the California Health and Human Services Agency — one in the Office of Systems Integration, and the other in the Department of Child Support Services.
“A veteran of state service, Director Tong’s deep experience in the public sector and leadership in the technology field have helped guide key efforts to make government more efficient and effective, including our work to bridge the digital divide and help state agencies navigate complex challenges during the pandemic,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
The recruitment calls for a manager who can serve as an adviser for project directors, project managers and chief information officers in departments within the California Health and Human Services Agency.
The state chief information officer will be moving next month to the Office of Digital Innovation, where she will serve as director, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office announced Wednesday.
Two of the recruitments are new; the chief information officer position has been open since the summer, and that search has been extended.
State departments with open tech positions include the California Department of Motor Vehicles, the Office of Systems Integration, the Department of Social Services, the Department of Technology and the State Water Resources Control Board.
The leadership and specialty roles are in recruitment by the California Department of Human Resources, the Office of Systems Integration and the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
Data curated by the state Department of General Services shows that agencies as a whole spent more on IT goods and services last November than in any other month since then.
The senior engineer and release manager for the Office of Systems Integration will work internally and with other entities on a large child-welfare project involving the state, the 58 counties and tribes.
Entities with IT jobs in recruitment include the California Department of Technology, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Employment Development Department, the California Department of Public Health and the Office of Systems Integration.
Departments with active recruitments in these areas include the Financial Information System for California, Covered California, the Office of Systems Integration and the Department of Water Resources.
The Office of Systems Integration and the California Department of Technology are seeking candidates for key positions in these specialized areas.
One department is seeking a chief enterprise architect, and the other is seeking a manager for application and service delivery.
The departments seek candidates with expertise in recognizing, assessing and mitigating threats to their information security. One of the roles also involves working with other governmental jurisdictions on shared initiatives and cyber defense efforts.
“Subbarao has successfully led several technology improvement initiatives, and his efforts resulted in transforming FI$Cal ITD into one of the most efficient and capable IT teams in the state of California,” said FI$Cal Director Miriam Barcellona Ingenito. “He has positioned our IT division to support the system operations and enhancements, technology operations and upgrades, and continuous improvements to FI$Cal’s posture for years to come.”
The departments with key recruitments include the California Department of Technology, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Office of Systems Integration and Covered California.