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Texas Workforce Commission

The tech giant has been notifying customers whose emails were caught up in the Jan. 12 Midnight Blizzard cyber attack.
At a minimum, the system must manage work orders, assets, inventory, workforce, cost, and planning and reporting.
This state agency, one of Texas’ five largest, plans to collaborate with multiple entities to bring together jobs and career data that will support the evolving workforce.
The requested solution must be cloud-based and accessible and allow for the use of the Texas.gov payment processing system.
The Best of Texas awards, part of the Texas Digital Government Summit, honor public agencies working to improve the constituent experience.
The new site must be easily navigable, support multiple languages and include a tool for locating child-care services offices across various devices.
The panel of representatives from state agencies and higher education institutions shared how vendors can help their products stand out at the recent Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications conference.
Available on iOS and Android devices, the MyTXCareer app is a free resource that generates possible career paths based on user data.
The Texas Workforce Commission spent about $82.4 million on IT- and contract-related services at the end of the year, a marked increase from the same three months the year prior.
The agency is seeking fully developed software that enhances user experience and handles a variety of functions including calendar scheduling, agenda and session builders, RFP management and report generation.
Here is a roundup of this year’s events, with insights from the Texas Department of Agriculture, the Office of Court Administration, the Texas Workforce Commission, the Austin Transit Partnership and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
Deputy CIO Judy Sandberg hinted at three new fraud detection projects that were presented to the TWC governance board in September.
During the year’s third quarter, the Texas Workforce Commission purchased goods and services from Civitas Strategies, Unisys and more.
Texas Workforce Commission Deputy CIO Jeffery Peden revealed recently the one factor that makes vendor proposals instantly more appealing.
According to Texas Workforce Commission CIO Heather Hall, the agency is looking to consolidate cross-agency services into a single system.
Texas Workforce Commission CIO Heather Hall and her deputies will speak at a members-only Industry Insider — Texas briefing.
During the 2022-2023 fiscal year, the Texas Department of Transportation led the spending on IT goods among all departments.
The job would entail overseeing the team supporting central intake for applications solutions work requests, centralized requirements, testing and quality assurance.
Upgrades include moving the ReHabWorks system to a cloud environment and adding an AI-enabled automated assistant to help counselors complete customer functions.
A system that will streamline the state's vocational rehabilitation services for job seekers has been highlighted by Amazon Web Services, which gave an update on the project's status.
The web-based software solution would store personal inventories of earned academic and workforce credentials.
The “Best of Texas” awards, announced during last week’s Texas Digital Government Summit, acknowledged various significant IT projects.
The state agency is looking for a vendor to facilitate individual credit reporting requests.
The agency has published an RFP looking for vendors who can deliver digital and traditional outreach for child-care programming; website and mobile app design are among the requirements.
The first portion of the system is expected to launch in mid-2023, consolidating the agency’s five separate systems into one streamlined option.
The commission spent just under $30 million during the fourth quarter of 2022.
The grant will fund training in cybersecurity across multiple levels of education.
The agency with a $71.9 million IT budget reaches across the state to work with nonprofits, colleges and other organizations to create job programming that supports the Texas economy.
After several years of working in the private sector, he brings years of IT audit and risk management experience to the commission.
The training supports long-term employment for special needs populations.
The engineers work across multiple teams to create and maintain automated applications to serve customers’ evolving needs.
Two career opportunities are listed for department based in Austin.
Overall, the commission spent $3.9 million on all such purchases in that time period.
Students will be able to use headsets to research possible career paths.
The vendor will have to work with Texas Workforce Commission data.
One major goal for the commission is a skilled workforce equipped for in-demand jobs.
The Texas Workforce Commission spent $174.19 million in calendar year 2021.
Multiple agencies have technology and cybersecurity career opportunities based in Austin.
The goal is to serve as a comprehensive resource for Texas families, including expectant mothers, new parents and families at all stages of life.