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The agency that monitors environmental impacts spent $980,530 in February, mostly on consulting and telecom services.
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Also on the university’s to-do list is facilitating projects like an Apple device management unification and implementing a centralized technology procurement program.
The job would entail developing strategies, direction and priorities for service delivery, managing enterprise program areas and other supervisory responsibilities.
The system allows patrons to interchangeably access books, CDs, audiobooks, articles, DVDs, microfilm and other materials from libraries across the state.
The agency has been deliberating ending the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and will need to address all aspects, including data and IT needs.
The department has an estimated IT budget of $574 million and is responsible for developing and operating the state’s integrated transportation system.
Bills aim to provide additional funding to the state's Broadband Development Office; however, each would require approval from voters before becoming law.
A feasibility study has been authorized; however, it doesn’t guarantee a new building, said one commissioner.
Officials confirmed digital evidence was lost; here’s a look at the process Dallas police use to manage and store video.
Spending included payments to 162 agencies and almost 2,400 vendors.
The software would allow employees to enroll dependents in health insurance benefit plans, update certain benefit plan elections and designate beneficiaries for life insurance plans.
The HHS Office of the Inspector General outlined rates of return for upgrading IT, impacting investigations and audits.
Also included in the city’s FY 2022-2023 approved budget are plans to implement a modern ERP system, replace the telephone system and update all 911 processing systems.
At least 13 homicide cases are impacted by the digital evidence lost from city of Dallas police data.
During a press conference about Laredo area needs, the representative said that more technology is needed for commercial bridge crossings and to cut congestion.
Recent financials paint a picture of how gov tech suppliers are moving on from the pandemic and finding new opportunities. Tyler Technologies, based in Plano, continues to ride this trend.
With an estimated $86 million IT budget, the department works with communities to promote safe and healthy families and protect children and vulnerable adults.
In her role in Slalom’s Public and Social Impact practice, Stacie Butler will focus on state government and education clients across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas as well as local government clients and nonprofits in Austin.
The State Comptroller of Public Accounts has published a notice of $120 million in funding availability, which kicks off the distribution of federal COVID-19 monies.
The search to fill the position is underway, with preferred experience listed as managing digital solution projects and collaborating with cross-functional teams.
The Texas Department of Public Safety spends a significant portion of its budget on telecommunications and video equipment.
Irving will be using technology from Volta Charging to locate public charging infrastructure. Data is a useful tool to help officials ensure that certain groups are not left out of the shift toward electric vehicles.
The State's Health and Human Services Commission has published a pre-solicitation notice indicating that another large project is in the pipeline.
The Department of Motor Vehicles may be the most common way residents interact with state government, and Texas plans to transform that.
The Texas Department of Information Resources is recruiting for an IT director and a project manager.
The IT director spoke to the commissioners court last month to give details on how they wish to prioritize projects.
Also noted in the city’s FY 2022-23 operating budget is increased funding for IT compensation, benefits, equipment maintenance and several new projects.
A pre-solicitation notice indicates that the Secretary of State is exploring replacing the system that keeps up with registered voters across all counties, among other functions.
Using dark-web information, the group stole identifying information and used it to order thousands of driver’s licenses from DPS. The transactions went through due to a lack of credit card control at the online portal.