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Orange County

The county seeks highly skilled information technology contractors for short-term assignments, long-term projects and staff augmentation.
During the inaugural Central Florida Digital Government Summit held last week, Orange County CIO Rafael Mena shared tips for vendors on how to best work with the county.
The chosen candidate would oversee the operation, performance and maintenance of the county’s supervisory control and data acquisition telemetry system.
In the request for proposal, the county aims to initiate a five-year contract for supervisory control and data acquisition services.
With the help of a data dashboard, the Orange County Vision Zero Action Plan aims to create safer roads for 2.2 million residents and 75 million tourists who visit Central Florida annually.
On April 25, Industry Insider — Florida will host its inaugural Central Florida Digital Government Summit, featuring city of Orlando CIO Rosa Akhtarkhavari and Orange County CIO Rafael Mena.
With the new tech, residents can make video calls to first responders during an emergency to help identify their location and assess surrounding danger.
The draft plan, which would address unmet needs in Orange County following Hurricane Ian, highlights the demand for increased cybersecurity, weather detection and water quality technology.
For vendors interested in working with the state’s five largest counties, here are important budget timelines to know.
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