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Office of Technology and Solutions Integration

The California Health and Human Services Agency’s new IT and Data Strategic Plan underscores a resident-centric, integrated approach to services. It highlights the crucial role of IT professionals in advancing digital equity.
Business professional and administrative and IT consulting services accounted for $200,627,685 in spending — roughly 64 percent of the office’s total expenditure on IT services.
Adam Dondro, the agency information officer for the California Health and Human Services Agency, provides an overview and summary of his agency’s newly published document, which sets out its tech- and data-related principles and serves as a road map.
The Office of Technology and Solutions Integration spent $17,326,946 on its five largest purchases of IT goods in 2023, with the biggest contract going to Taborda Solutions Inc.
California’s Health and Human Services Agency and the Department of Motor Vehicles are recruiting for roles in IT leadership.
The California State Transportation Agency and the Office of Technology and Solutions Integration are seeking candidates.
The positions are in the California Department of Parks and Recreation and the Office of Technology and Solutions Integration, which is part of California Health and Human Services.
The Office of Technology and Solutions Integration spent that sum on its five largest contracts for IT services in the third quarter of the year. One of those contracts was with another entity within state government.
The state Office of Technology and Solutions Integration spent just over $2.4 million on its five largest purchases of IT goods in the third quarter, significantly less than its corresponding spend last quarter.
A request for information from the California Health and Human Services Agency’s Office of Technology and Solutions Integration looks to a potential procurement to integrate case management information and payroll systems.
The Office of Technology and Solutions Integration, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System and the Employment Development Department are seeking expertise for key IT positions.
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.
The Office of Technology and Solutions Integration, on behalf of the California Health and Human Services Agency, seeks support services around an early childhood integrated data solution.