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Florida Department of Corrections

Earlier this week, the department implemented Tyler Technologies’ payment and deposit solutions to help manage all money transfer services for correctional facilities across the state.
In the first quarter, the Florida Department of Corrections procured goods and services from NTT Data Inc., Carahsoft Technology Corp. and Northgate Limited Inc., among others.
With an anticipated yearly IT budget of nearly $60 million, the department promotes safety and community security.
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.
During the last quarter of 2023, the Florida Department of Corrections’ five largest purchases of IT goods totaled $16,046,217.
In recent “One-on-One” interviews, chief information officers from two state agencies and two cities shared some of the technology challenges they have faced, along with their thoughts on IT procurement.
As part of Industry Insider — Florida’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.
During a recent Tallahassee event, the CIO for the Florida Department of Corrections and the CTO for Florida Digital Service shared some of the skills, strategies and experiences they have implemented to support IT.
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