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Railroad Commission of Texas

"Hydrogen is blowing and going in Texas, to say the least," said Susan Shifflett, executive director of the Texas Hydrogen Alliance.
The agencies in recruitment are the Railroad Commission of Texas and the Comptroller of Public Accounts.
The job would entail carrying out advanced to complex project management work for the commission’s IT Services Division.
The 2019 contract was worth $9.2 million, and the next will likely be a sole source.
The Texas Railroad Commission’s five largest IT purchases in this year’s first quarter totaled $12,205,155. Specific buys included IT services and computer software.
In the next 12 months, the agency is looking to implement a set of applications under its LoneSTAR system and plans to launch another system to address environmental permitting activities.
Established in 1891, the commission has primary regulatory jurisdiction over the state’s oil and natural gas industry, pipeline transporters, and coal and uranium surface mining operations.
The technology is an effort to improve the understanding of seismic activity in drilling areas.