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The university requires a system that is capable of streamlining contract management processes and features a customizable user interface.
George Finney previously served as chief security officer at Southern Methodist University, during which he was included on CISOs Connect's Top 100 CISOs of 2023.
The Legislature’s Select Committee on AI and Emerging Technologies convened for more than five hours Monday; a UT computer science professor and researcher opened the day with a focus on AI for good and also gave a primer on the technology’s history and vocabulary.
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.
The requested solution must continuously monitor the university’s spending to identify high-risk transactions and patterns that could lead to financial loss.
The request involves a branded network website with a specific URL, a roster management and reporting tool, and a platform that supports mentorship programming and management.
The proposed platform must be capable of scaling to the growing demands of the university’s athletics department and safely storing complex programmatic queries.
According to the request, UTHSA has over 7,900 employees and an annual operating budget of $1.23 billion.
The San Antonio medical school is requesting a website for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
The requested system must include a role-based access control system, secure data encryption, user authentication and robust access controls.
The requested system is intended to collect overall patient satisfaction data within 24 hours following their discharge.
Applicants must have experience architecting business applications, leading a team and implementing data-centric solutions.
The internationally recognized cancer center is seeking a vendor who can provide an off-the-shelf system that is customizable and can be easily navigated by all user levels.
The center is powered by 600 NVIDIA H100 graphics processing units and is collaborative in nature, set in an interdisciplinary setting.
The executive position will collaborate with leadership and oversee the information security process and practice encompassing education and health-care institutions.
The large system has legal officers throughout, but legally must have a privacy officer for federal compliance.
UT San Antonio will use a $300,000 grant to explore standards and best practices surrounding digital assets including cryptocurrency.
The requested system must support the clinical processes, clinical research, billing/administration and workflows of the center’s Radiation Oncology (RO) division.
University CIOs talked shop and staffing during the inaugural Texas Higher Education IT Leadership Summit this week.
The university’s MATRIX AI Consortium is looking to making AI more efficient by examining human brain function.
CDO Amberle Carter of the Department of Family and Protective Services and UT Austin CDO Shiva Jaganathan advised agencies and vendors on how best to manage and protect their data before AI implementation.
Experts at a legislative AI event agreed that employers looking to attract talent and retain workers would benefit from incorporating AI into their training and hiring as soon as possible.
The university’s Office of the Dean of Students requires a review and content audit of its website and all associated public pages.
The university is looking to consolidate and modernize its current system, which is comprised of multiple vendors.
Four universities are seeking information security officers or VPs with several years’ experience in the field.
The state’s IT agency also encourages Gen Z workers to explore its technical careers.
The “Best of Texas” awards, announced during last week’s Texas Digital Government Summit, acknowledged various significant IT projects.
The intrusion may be the work of a new ransom group, but the university hasn’t divulged that information.
Two universities will lead the effort to build and maintain a robust semiconductor manufacturing economy.
The university took down all systems and severed its Internet connection while investigating a weekend attack.
The department’s five largest purchases of IT goods during the first quarter totaled just under $60 million. Specific buys included computer, IT and contracted services.
Some of these upgrades include campus network replacements, smart building access system upgrades, enterprise resource planning and EV charging stations.
Several universities are removing TikTok from employees' government devices after Abbott ban.
Doing so would particularly benefit smaller agencies and colleges.
Three local IT professionals join State Risk and Authorization Management Program committees.
The hospital needs an uninterruptible power upgrade for a large data center.
The university has received grants and continued support for its highly regarded programming.
The projected $85 million construction project will further master planning goals. A pre-bid conference is scheduled for Monday.
There are multiple opportunities on the horizon, which will include learning and classroom technologies.