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The pilot program, slated to begin in Orlando next spring, will allow troopers on light duty status to respond to minor crashes remotely via technology similar to FaceTime.
During the recent Central Florida Digital Government Summit, Amy Kessel, a fiscal manager with Orlando’s IT department, shared tips for public-sector entities on expanding funding opportunities.
With a population of 326,396, the city boasts a total budget of $1.8 billion and an IT budget of $23.7 million.
The city’s capital improvement program lists several tech opportunities, including a citywide radio replacement, a communication systems upgrade, IT hardware and software updates and other IT enhancements.
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.
Enterprise application administration, GIS applications development and digital software engineering are the areas for which the city’s Office of Business and Financial Services is seeking candidates.
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.
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