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The city is looking for one or more service providers to establish broadband Internet service in high-priority underserved census tracts.
A vendor contracting with the state health agency reported a breach to the Office of the Attorney General and has notified those impacted.
The capital city has made it official: Kerrica Laake will lead the city’s IT efforts. Laake has experience both in the city and with community-owned Austin Energy.
The contracts, with Stolz Telecom and Tyler Technologies, aim to provide wider usage for both administrative employees and police and fire agencies.
The Health and Human Services Commission and its agencies, the Health and Specialty Care System and the Department of State Health Services, are looking to consolidate their electronic health records.
The higher education district is looking for a firm to conduct executive-level hiring, including for IT leadership.
The department is responsible for state-operated health-care services and programs and its IT division has an operating budget of about $41 million.
The council, serving the San Angelo region, has issued an RFP for an experienced vendor that produces high-quality images.
The leadership position reports to the city CIO and serves as a key technology adviser.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome UiPath to the Industry Insider family. The company offers Robotic Process Automation (RPA), a low-code/no-code off-the-shelf technology to automate processes and repetitive tasks. For more information on its public-sector solutions, visit or contact Noel Hollis or Phil Calzadilla.
The department’s current MSS solution assists customers statewide with cybersecurity including monitoring, incident response, risk management and compliance.
The Deep East Texas Council of Governments will distribute the funds for broadband and radio operations.
“The GTM Group approached and asked, ‘What is my perfect role?’” Ross Shapiro told Industry Insider — Texas. “I said, ‘One that could make a positive impact to our citizens focused on successful outcomes, not limited to a single solution.’”
The Austin City Council voted to create an interlocal agreement for the county to use the radio system known as GATRRS.
The TRS is a public pension fund that provides retirement and health-care programs for public education employees, retirees and their beneficiaries.
The department plans to contract with a firm by early summer to create comprehensive planning including asset management software.
Ninety percent of the city's IT operations were restored about a month after the May 3 attack, according to the after-action report. Restoration was faster than average and depended on collaboration and city financial support.
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.
Massock has more than 23 years of contracting and procurement experience.
The state legislature's Innovation and Technology Caucus focuses on an educational mission, making sure that legislators have a place to learn more about what is happening in the tech economy.
The commission is looking for a vendor capable of maintaining its web environment during peak traffic spikes.
More than 30 years after venturing into telemedicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center continues health outreach and services with new technologies to connect 108 West Texas counties.
The remote job would entail performing data analysis, developing data structures, creating data models and collaborating with division management.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Deloitte to the Industry Insider family. Deloitte has been working in the Texas public sector for more than 50 years and continues to work with state agencies, local governments and higher education. Its public-sector professionals provide a range of services including project and program management within the Texas Project Delivery Framework. For more information, visit Deloitte or contact Kindra Allen.
The 88th Legislature redistributed the funding, originally earmarked for agency cybersecurity modernization.
The telecommunications provider expects to create 3,000 jobs in Texas during the next 10 years.
Among tech projects, the largest allocation is $119 million for data center consolidation, followed by $43 million for data center services modernization.
The Department of Information Resources (DIR) was nominated for its Regional Security Operations Center Pilot Project.
If approved by Texas voters, $1.5 billion would be used for broadband, telecommunications and 911 services.
Texas Workforce Commission CIO Heather Hall and her deputies will speak at a members-only Industry Insider — Texas briefing.