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Tracking the Spend

The California Highway Patrol’s five largest purchases between April 1 and June 30 included switches and other network gear, radio equipment and notebook computers.
The Judicial Branch of California made buys including license renewals, digitization agreements, support services and CALNET NextGen installation.
The five largest purchases between Jan. 1 and March 31 included subscription renewals for spreadsheet software and GIS services, as well as cabling and other items.
The purchases by the California Department of Technology in the first three months of 2024 included database and data center support.
The California Department of Technology’s five largest buys of IT goods in the first quarter included tools, software and subscriptions.
The sum — significantly less than the unemployment department’s corresponding spend in the first quarter of 2023 — was for such services as CIO executive counseling, claims batch reviews, staffing and research.
The spending by the California Air Resources Board was for services including consulting, reporting and software, and the five largest categories within those codes accounted for $23,470,961, with rounding, according to the Procurement Division of the Department of General Services.
The majority of that sum was for in-car video cameras and related equipment, according to the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System.
The California Department of Insurance spent just over $6 million on its five largest purchases of IT goods last year.
The California Air Resources Board purchased a variety of goods including notebooks, subscriptions and a software-as-a-service timekeeping system.
In the last quarter of 2023, the California Highway Patrol purchased IT services related to consulting, telematics and data management.
Those purchases included technical tools, such as a mass spectrometer, and more conventional items, such as laptop computers.
The California Health and Human Services Agency spent $2,562,013 with six vendors last year for business function-specific software, according to the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System.
The contracts covered consulting, maintenance and operations, and technology enhancements for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The California Department of Technology had 13 software contracts worth $1 million or more in fiscal year 2023-24. In all, those awards were valued at $48,087,169.
The California Department of Public Health’s five largest purchases last year included notebook computers, server equipment and Salesforce product subscriptions.
During the last quarter of 2023, the California Highway Patrol’s five largest purchases of IT goods totaled $22,435,700.
The California Department of Technology’s five largest transactions for IT goods in November topped $5 million and included products related to modernization and security.
The Department of Water Resources awarded contracts to Kovarus, Aurora Systems Consulting, CDW-Government and Allied Network Solutions between July 1 and Sept. 30 for its five largest purchases of IT goods.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles made fewer than a dozen purchases of IT services in November. The acquisitions appear to center around its ongoing modernization, which includes a large-scale refresh and initiatives such as a mobile driver’s license pilot.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority spent $1,846,350, with rounding, on its five largest awards for services including configuration, optimization, business analysis, and integrations and customizations.
The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research spent $1,860,879 on its five largest buys of IT services in the first half of the year. Two of those top five were with the Governor’s Office itself under interagency agreements.
Those purchases, totaling just over $3 million, went toward software configurations, changes, customization and maintenance; transformation services; and platform access.
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 Financial Information System for California spent $1.4 million on its five largest buys of IT goods in the third quarter of 2023, and it spent just under $5 million on its two purchases of IT services in the same period.
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.
The California Department of Transportation made more than 100 purchases of IT goods in September. Its five costliest included mobile radios, servers and subscription renewals.
The California Department of General Services has a goal of awarding 25% of contract dollars to certified small businesses (SB) and 3% to disabled veteran business enterprises (DVBE).
The California Department of Technology spent almost $18 million on its five largest buys of IT goods in September — more than twice the amount spent on corresponding purchases in August.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles made fewer than a dozen purchases of IT services in September. Its five costliest included support for online insurance verification and for the Digital eXperience Platform, a large-scale modernization.
The California Highway Patrol’s five largest expenditures for IT goods in the third quarter totaled $2,584,498, down from the $4,794,381 spent on corresponding buys in the second quarter.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority spent $7,014,362 on its 10 largest purchases of IT services in the first half of the year.
The California Highway Patrol spent $728,122 on its five largest purchases of IT services between April 1 and June 30.
The department’s five largest purchases of IT goods during the first half of 2023 totaled about $10.6 million and included license agreements and other items.
The California Department of Technology’s five largest transactions for IT goods in August topped $7 million and included a cloud subscription, storage arrays and a licensing pact.
The five largest purchases were for flash storage, laptop/notebook computers, batteries and power supplies.
During the 2022-23 fiscal year, the Office of Systems Integration (now the Office of Technology and Solutions Integration) led the spending on IT services among all departments in state government.
During the 2022-23 fiscal year, the California Department of Technology led the spending on IT goods among all departments in state government.
Services that the department purchased in the first six months of 2023 included licensing, recruiting, cabling and executive training.
By comparison, the state board spent nearly $19 million on its five largest purchases of IT services in the first quarter of the year.
The California Department of Child Support Services’ five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s first six months topped $10 million and included laptops, computers and databases.
The California Department of Education’s five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s first six months included data tracking, switches and search and analytics.
The California Department of Insurance spent significantly less on IT goods in the second quarter of 2023 than it did in the first quarter.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s five largest transactions for IT services during the year’s first six months topped $24 million and included private-sector technology assistance and mobile connectivity maintenance.
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 five largest purchases of IT goods by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services in the second quarter of 2023 totaled just over $4 million — less than half the corresponding spend in the first quarter of 2023.
The California Department of Public Health’s five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s first two months topped $15 million and included servers and notebook computers.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles made more than 70 purchases of IT services during the year’s first six months and spent in the low eight figures on its five top buys, which included contracts related to mobile driver’s licenses and virtual field office endeavors.
The California Department of Technology has made more than 200 purchases of IT goods so far this year and spent in the mid eight figures on its five top buys, which included spend in the area of government community cloud.
The department’s five largest purchases of IT goods included desktop and notebook computers and related hardware, weather station and enclosure equipment and other goods.
In the just-ended second quarter, CHP’s five largest buys of IT goods included radios, stereo microscope equipment, an Internet phone system and other hardware.
Cal OES’ five largest purchases of IT goods in the first quarter of 2023 totaled just over $10.3 million, much of which was related to communications equipment.
During the second half of 2022, the rail authority spent roughly $2,146,525 on its five largest contracts for services.
The Franchise Tax Board spent just over $4.5 million on its five biggest buys of IT goods in the first three months of 2023.
Fraud detection service and laptops were among the five largest purchases of IT goods by the Department of Social Services.
According to the State Contracting and Procurement Registration System, the Judicial Branch spent $1,121,490 on its five largest contracts for IT services from Jan. 1 through March 31.
The California Department of Child Support Services made nearly 40 purchases of IT goods during the year’s first quarter and spent in the high seven figures on its five top buys, which included enterprise-level support, plus computers and firewalls.
The California Department of Insurance made nearly 70 purchases of IT goods during the year’s first quarter and spent in the mid-seven figures on its five top buys, which included software maintenance.
In the first quarter of 2023, the State Water Resources Control Board spent roughly $18,844,546 on IT services.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has made more than 100 purchases of IT goods so far this year and spent in the low eight figures on its five top buys, which included desktop and laptop computers.
The department’s five largest purchases of IT goods during the first quarter of the year totaled just under $8 million and included license renewals, software solutions and work stations.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s five largest purchases of IT goods in the first quarter of this year totaled about $11,596,726 — a slight increase over the corresponding period in 2022.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services has made 15 purchases of IT services so far this year and spent in the low eight figures on its five top buys, which included 911 services and HR modernization.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has made nearly 20 purchases of IT services so far this year and spent in the low eight figures on its five top buys, which included services related to both mobile driver’s licenses and Real ID.
The California Highway Patrol spent $14,615,388 on its five largest purchases of IT goods in the first quarter of 2023. That is more than the combined corresponding spend in the previous two quarters.
The California Department of Technology has made more than 70 purchases of IT goods so far this year and spent in the low eight figures on its five top buys, which included government community cloud.
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 California Department of Public Health’s five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s first two months topped $2.5 million combined, and included security-related offerings.
The state Department of Rehabilitation spent under $500,000 on its five largest IT goods purchases during the last quarter of 2022, down significantly from the previous quarter.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles’ five largest transactions for IT goods during the year’s first quarter landed in the mid-seven figures combined.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services’ five largest transactions for IT services in January together landed in the low eight figures combined.
The California Air Resources Board’s spend on its five largest IT services contracts during the last half of 2022 was significantly less than the amount it spent on those services during the first half of last year.
The California Department of Technology made more than 30 purchases of IT goods last month and spent in the mid-seven figures on its five top buys, which included several renewals.
In the last quarter of 2022, this state agency spent $3,167,929 on its five largest purchases of IT goods.
The state department purchased computer equipment, accessories and software dealing with system management and other functions.
The amount that the department spent on its five largest purchases of IT goods during the fourth quarter of 2022 was more than twice what it spent in the previous quarter.
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