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In this leadership role, the chosen candidate would manage target savings and performances related to information technology and special project procurements.
As part of Industry Insider — Florida’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state and local government agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with public-sector IT leaders.
During Industry Insider — Florida’s upcoming briefing, FDOT CIO Glendora Fortune and Florida Gaming Control Commission CIO Susan Whitmire will discuss their respective organizations and their IT work.
Industry Insider — Florida will not publish a newsletter Wednesday in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. The newsletter will resume on Friday morning.
City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer appointed Lopez to the role earlier today, officially replacing former CIO Rosa Akhtarkhavari, who stepped down as CIO at the beginning of June.
The budget allocates funds to modernize infrastructure and upgrade security, tech and equipment for driver’s license credentialing services.
The county plans to use this tool to help forecast associated expenditures related to service and facility demands from future growth and development.
With hurricane season officially underway, Industry Insider — Florida reached out to the division to see what technology it has in its arsenal to deal with potential storms.
In addition to signing a $116.5 billion budget for FY 2024-2025, Gov. DeSantis also vetoed funding for several tech projects, including $9.7 million for the Florida Gaming Control Commission and $1.5 million for Suwannee County.
The selected contractor will manage and administer the off-duty police details program, including handling service requests, scheduling and payroll.
The county has partnered with Leading Edge Aerial Technologies to rent a spraying drone for about $3,000 a month to combat mosquitos.
The state’s fiscal year 2024-2025 budget includes significant funding for tech, including $100 million for broadband, $80 million to reinforce the state’s cybersecurity posture and $17 million for crime databases.
During the Florida Digital Government Summit, Scott McPherson spoke with Industry Insider — Florida about how certifications are key to success in the IT field.
With a population of 196,169, the city boasts a total budget of $1.1 billion and $24 million for tech and innovation capital investments for FY 24.
These opportunities are at the Florida Department of Transportation and the Florida Department of Revenue.
“One of my goals will be to support the delivery of tailored, relevant and efficient experiences to citizens,” Brian Chidester told Industry Insider. “In doing so, governments can not only meet the rising expectations of their citizens but also drive greater engagement, trust and satisfaction.”
During the mayor’s State of the County address, he mentioned several uses of technology, including innovative permitting solutions, expanding broadband access and interactive dashboards.
During the recent Florida Digital Government Summit, Scott Ward spoke with Industry Insider — Florida about how he got involved in IT and offered recommendations for those interested in the field.
The ideal candidate would provide Oracle database support and solutions for the agency under the department’s Office of Technology and Information Services.
The university currently lacks a treasury management system; all related processes are currently performed manually. The procurement comes amid a banking change and a new ERP implementation.
The city’s council unanimously confirmed Hayden to the role after Tampa Mayor Jane Castor's nomination.
During last week's Florida Digital Government Summit, government and state leaders discussed the current state of cyber threats and explored new tools to safeguard infrastructure.
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