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In a bid to improve state IT projects, public and private sector representatives will be named to a task force to create a program that evaluates the performance of state... Read more »
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The federal government is questioning its use of four databases designed to monitor contractor performance, throwing into question whether states like California should adopt a similar system. The revelation comes... Read more »
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The Department of General Services today posted draft terms and conditions for state cloud information technology contracts. “These Special Provisions are only to be used for Software as a Service... Read more »
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Kari Gutierrez has retired from the state after nearly 30 years of service, her new employer Cambria Solutions CEO Robert Rodriguez has confirmed. “We are very excited that Kari Gutierrez... Read more »
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Seasoned journalist Samantha Young has joined TechWire as a contributing editor. She previously worked as a reporter for The Associated Press where she covered California government. Prior to coming to... Read more »
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Senator Leland Yee (D-San Mateo / San Francisco) authored SB 44 last year, signed last summer by Gov. Brown that requires all state websites to include a link to give... Read more »
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