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Rae D. DeShong

Rae D. DeShong is a Dallas-based e.Republic staff writer and has worked at The Dallas Morning News and as a community college administrator.

Among instructional technology needs, devices for students and teachers are high on the list.
She elaborated on how the agency must be responsive not only to citizen stakeholders but federal oversight as well.
The Texas Department of Information Resources is among the agencies seeking additional budget funds for IT needs.
The agency has been improving processes, among them a particularly visible issue.
The Texas broadband office encourages participation by anyone with a stake in connectivity.
Texas’ annual IT Leadership Forum awards recognize outstanding public-sector IT leaders from across state agencies.
The opening session of the IT Leadership Forum included discussion of hybrid work and its benefits.
During remarks Monday at the Texas IT Leadership Forum in Austin, CIO traits and concerns were discussed.
Cybersecurity funding is among the millions of dollars that higher ed would like to receive.
The training supports long-term employment for special needs populations.
These requests are part of a plan to enhance data-driven decision-making for public service.
After several years serving other regions, he's landed in the Central U.S.
Technology-related funding is part of many 2024 "exceptional items" requests, which are compiled in a 94-page report.
Districts across the state, large and small, are seeking updated information technology and new devices.
A legislative advocate spoke with Industry Insider — Texas about IT priorities.
An expert in enterprise solutions and a go-to person for modernization is in a new role.
Technology-related funding is part of many requests, which have been compiled in a 94-page report.
The hospital needs an uninterruptible power upgrade for a large data center.
Agencies have filled a number of lower-priced contracts that support their employees and constituents.
There are five areas on the group's priority list, which includes technological infrastructure and an educated workforce.
The CIO who has been leading modernization efforts announced he will leave the role.
An Austin firm will manage an account worth $50 million for the top state agency.
Several large awards were made in Texas during the yearly spending.
The multiyear contract, worth $2.1 million, took effect in September.
An information-focused agency has announced continued subscriptions with a large e-resources vendor.
Technical solutions can enhance plans and protocols when implemented with care.
Officials have announced additional phases to their broadband project.
Multiple users will be served by the effort that is key to connectivity funds.
An interim CIO was recently named at a social services department.
Automated alerts and resident feedback help create a transparent city communication channel.