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Florida Department of Commerce

CPTA grants enable counties, municipalities and regional planning councils to develop innovative plans and strategies.
The department, which is poised for an annual IT budget of $41.1 million, promotes economic opportunities for Floridians through workforce, community and economic development strategies.
As Gov. Ron DeSantis reviews the state Legislature’s recently published $117.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2024-2025, Industry Insider — Florida has reviewed the 524-page document outlining potential tech funding for various state agencies.
As CTO, the chosen candidate will lead and facilitate all cross-team collaboration and activities related to IT strategy, resource plans, policy and procedures.
Purchases from vendors included technical tools, such as database user interface and query software, voice synthesizer and recognition software, proprietary or licensed systems maintenance, data management and query software and Internet services.
The department is seeking to implement technology solutions and secure maintenance and operations for a new customer portal.
The state is hiring IT leadership roles at the Department of Financial Services, Department of Commerce and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, all with application deadlines of Feb. 2.
In 2023, reinforcing cybersecurity was top of mind for state agencies, resulting in projects such as a Local Government Cybersecurity Grant Program, establishing data governance guidelines, reducing redundant data and more.
Each role would fall under different IT-related divisions within the Department of Commerce and focus on administering SQL database servers and providing network design and systems implementations.
In his new role, Leandro Garcia will work with local and state government agencies, community organizations and private businesses to increase broadband Internet access throughout the state.
Earlier this week, the department shared how organizations can apply for funding for digital devices through its digital connectivity technology program.
In addition to increasing digital literacy and broadband access throughout the state, the plan also highlights a potential procurement opportunity totaling $2.1 million for vendors.
The departments of Commerce and Financial Services are seeking candidates for IT consultants in Tallahassee, both with a deadline of Dec. 15 to apply.
During the year’s third quarter, the Florida Department of Commerce purchased goods and services from Carahsoft Technology Corporation, Strategic Communications, KPMG and more.
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