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Katya Maruri

Katya Maruri

Staff Writer

Katya Maruri is an Orlando-based e.Republic staff writer. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in global strategic communications from Florida International University.

Through the program, customers can access services including data center, managed security, and the Texas Open Data Portal, a state repository for publicly accessible open data sets.
The remote job would entail performing data analysis, developing data structures, creating data models and collaborating with division management.
The department, which focuses on rehabilitating Texas’ youth and ensuring public safety, has an estimated IT budget of $11.9 million.
The city’s health and public works departments and airport system are looking to recruit chief information security officers to oversee cyber and IT security plans.
The job would entail installing and maintaining IBM mainframe software packages and implementing complex software changes.
The Texas Department of Information Resources has released a request for offer for a vendor to manage and further develop its multifactor authentication and single sign-on solution.
The nonprofit’s goal for the platform is to assist developers in incorporating water reuse technologies in new buildings by providing information on issues related to direct water reuse.
As part of Industry Insider — Texas’ ongoing efforts to educate readers on state and local government, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
The chosen candidate would report to the manager of technology operations within the agency’s IT department.
The new chief information officer will replace Bruce Hermes, who stepped down from the position in June.
Two of the department’s three job openings would report to Houston IT’s enterprise application services division, and the third job would fall under enterprise infrastructure services.
The job would involve performing complex data analysis and research for the division, which handles the agency’s enterprise programs and risk prevention efforts.
The projects funded would include student and staff device refreshes for iPads, laptops and Chromebooks and classroom technology such as interactive display panels.
The job would entail overseeing the team supporting central intake for applications solutions work requests, centralized requirements, testing and quality assurance.
The software would be used to inspect pesticide product labels submitted for registration for sale or use in the state.
The agencies in recruitment are the Railroad Commission of Texas and the Comptroller of Public Accounts.
After serving as CIO for nearly three years, Chris Stewart shared that the city’s five-year strategic plan “will revamp pretty much everything” regarding IT, including project management and procurement.
The job would entail programming software solutions, leading small to medium-size technology projects, and working with internal and external stakeholders.
The department, which protects the state’s natural resources, has an estimated annual IT budget of $12.5 million.
During the year’s second quarter, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts bought goods and services from Accenture, Resource Integrators and more.
The projects funded would include cloud infrastructure services, Chromebooks for K-12 students, security camera upgrades and a printer retrofit.
Upgrades include moving the ReHabWorks system to a cloud environment and adding an AI-enabled automated assistant to help counselors complete customer functions.
The job would entail gathering, compiling, analyzing, tracking and drafting functional and technical requirements for complex IT systems and overseeing major IT procurements.
Approximately $3.6 million of that will fund enterprise IT projects such as a new permitting solution, an online jury module and a signal system upgrade analysis.
The job would entail leading the agency’s new vendor-supported applications team and monitoring various applications.
The Texas Department of State Health Services shares how the dashboard came about, who’s updating it and what some of the challenges were in launching it.
The job would entail carrying out advanced to complex project management work for the commission’s IT Services Division.
Recently passed legislation could provide new opportunities for tech, including developing a statewide resource for hydrometeorological data.
During the year’s second quarter, the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services purchased contracted services and additional computer and telecommunications services.
A few possibilities include using technology to enhance government services, engage citizens in decision-making and improve water quality and management.