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CDCR Offender Management System Reaches Final Stretch

Sep 2, 2014

Started in 2009, SOMS is the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's integrated electronic offender management information system.

Bill Limits State Assistance for Federal Data Gathering

Sep 2, 2014

SB 828 would prohibit California state agencies from knowingly assisting the federal government’s data collection activities when the requests are illegal or unconstitutional.

California CIOs Make Top 20 List to Follow on Twitter

Sep 2, 2014

Robert Schmidt, CIO of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, and City of Palo CIO Jonathan Reichental have been included on a list of “20 tech executives to follow on Twitter.”

ENS-Inc. Hosting Veterans’ Day Golf Tournament in Lincoln

Sep 2, 2014

Registration and sponsorship is now open for the third-annual “Giving Back to Veterans Golf Tournament" schedule on Nov. 11 at Lincoln Hills Golf Club.

Next-Gen 911 Planning Bill Gets Legislature’s Approval

Aug 29, 2014

Next-Gen 911 typically allows users to send test messages, photos and other media emergency call centers, which are known as Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs).

FCC Brings in UC Irvine Professor for CTO Role

Aug 29, 2014

UC Irvine computer science professor Scott Jordan has been named chief technology officer of the FCC, officials announced this week.

Long Beach Technology Services Director to Retire

Aug 29, 2014

Curtis Tani has announced he plans to retire effective Sept. 12.

California Judicial Council Approves New IT Governance and Strategic Plan

Aug 28, 2014

Development of a new technology plan was ordered in August 2012, five months after the Judicial Council terminated the statewide Court Case Management System, which was plagued by long delays and cost overruns.

State Legislature Approves Regulations for Drones

Aug 28, 2014

The legislation would ban the weaponization of drones in California and force law enforcement to obtain a warrant before flying a drone, except in emergency situations.

Southern California Universities Partner in Federally Funded Innovation Hub

Aug 28, 2014

USC, USC and CalTech have received a three-year $3.75 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote technology innovation in the Southern California region and foster collaboration between the public and private sectors.

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