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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.

The system, with more than 57,000 A&M Care Plan enrollees, will offer virtual primary care and other services.
Steve Pier was recently named deputy executive director for the Department of Information Resources.
The contract with Tyler Technologies NIC Division is long-established and serves multiple entities.
Judge Marty Lucke and Jennifer Harris will serve on the Governor’s Broadband Development Council through 2024.
The North Texas Municipal Water District seeks a fully on-premises solution to monitor its operational network at the Wylie Water Treatment Plant.
The center seeks a vendor to transfer the BrainHealth Project website to a mobile application.
Weatherford, a historic town about 30 minutes from Fort Worth, has named a new director of information technology.
The Comptroller’s Office is crisscrossing Texas to understand needs and concerns.
The department, serving four counties, is accepting proposals for a one-year contract.
The app would complement Dallas Fire-Rescue’s efforts to “promote whole-person wellness.”
In a recent request for qualifications, the state’s second-largest county includes technology needs.