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The city plans to upgrade SCADA systems in both its wastewater and water departments, in addition to $2.4 million in IT allocations.
The commission plans to publish a consolidated e-Health record request for offers in March, and the request will cover more than two dozen facilities.
The requested system must include a role-based access control system, secure data encryption, user authentication and robust access controls.
The vendor will provide OneTrust software to the social services agency as part of the state’s shared technology services.
Both systems must be capable of automating business processes, manual data entry and the enforcement of business rules and best practices while minimizing duplicate data entries and county-specific modifications to the application(s).
The requested solution must be configurable to meet the commission’s business needs and have processing capabilities, enhanced reviewing features, comprehensive reporting, advanced production capabilities and the ability to handle large data quantities.
The department’s chief information officer, Anh Selissen, will provide more information about the department’s IT outlook for 2024 at an Industry Insider — Texas Member Briefing on Feb. 29.
The chosen service provider will be responsible for the construction and installation of aerial and underground fiber-optic cables between the district’s locations.
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One opportunity listed at the state human resources site is remote, although both report in Austin.
The requested system is intended to collect overall patient satisfaction data within 24 hours following their discharge.
The First Responder Network Authority plans to invest $6.3 billion through its network contract with Dallas telecommunications giant AT&T.
Experience with water and wastewater applications, specifically installation, programming, support and preventative maintenance, is required.
The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is based in West Texas and has campuses in Abilene, Amarillo, Dallas-Fort Worth, Lubbock and Permian Basin. It is seeking a solution for an anticipated 30 to 60 users.
The master systems integrator will be responsible for selecting, integrating and implementing systems specified in the city’s Airport Master Plan.
“Besides ... wanting to do something I feel makes a difference, what I enjoy most are the people. The people running our agencies and educational institutions truly care about what they do. They want to make a difference in the lives of citizens and students and are very committed to the services they provide,” she told Industry Insider — Texas.
DIR’s current cloud manager is responsible for public cloud provider deployments through the agency’s Data Center Services program.
A fiber company has entered a partnership to create an intelligent infrastructure economic zone.
The facility will feature more communal spaces and classrooms, expanded gym facilities, outdoor running paths and virtual reality training technology.
The district is preparing to go out to bid for an online library public access management system.
The agency is seeking a subscription on behalf of the Department of Family and Protective Services.
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Projects listed in the information technology chapter of the improvement plan to be funded include business applications, hardware procurements and technology infrastructure.
The city is working to increase payroll accuracy and improve time management for first responders.
The Rio Grande Valley city continues to fund an array of Wi-Fi access points that help students and others access services.
The university is also interested in incorporating artificial intelligence for after-hours support options.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Lookout to the Industry Insider family. Lookout is a multinational company that works to safeguard data across devices, apps, networks and clouds through a unified, cloud-native security platform. The company is TX-RAMP certified and offers zero-trust tools to state agencies, higher education and local governments. For information, contact Graham Hunter at or visit Lookout’s website.
The requested solution must be hosted on a secure, web-based cloud platform and allow users to call 911 from a mobile and/or desktop application.