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Energy Commission Launches Application to Track Climate Change in California Deserts

Aug 26, 2015

The California Energy Commission on Tuesday announced a new application, the Climate Console, that utilizes geospatial data to show how climate change could impact the state’s desert regions and wildlife. Developed by the Conservation Biology

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Kern County Releases First Google Government Innovation Prototypes

Aug 26, 2015

Central Valley county announces plans for two projects resulting from its work with the search giant.

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Job Opportunity: Systems Software Specialist I

Aug 26, 2015

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Cache Creek Wildlife Area Reopens

Aug 26, 2015

August 25, 2015 - With successful containment of the Jerusalem and Rocky fires, the Cache Creek Wildlife Area has reopened to public as of Tuesday, Aug. 25. The Jerusalem fire burned 25,118 acres in Napa and Lake counties, eventually joining the sout...

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Unlocking California’s Health Data: What We’ve Accomplished So Far, and Next Steps

Aug 26, 2015

By Joel Riphagen and Ash Roughani, Health Data Ambassadors, Sacramento

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Lina Luna Pruitt Joins Microsoft’s Sacramento Office

Aug 26, 2015

Former technology official Lina Luna-Pruitt has been hired as a Technical Account Manager in Microsoft’s Sacramento office. Pruitt has a long history in state government, having served as the infrastructure chief for the California Lottery

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AgTech Developers Need Insights from Decision Makers

Aug 26, 2015

Bob Gore writes the AgTech column for TechWire. Follow him on Twitter at @robertjgore.

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Auditor’s report finds significant room for improvement in state IT security

Aug 25, 2015

The California State Auditor released a report today detailing its audit of the California Department of Technology’s (CDT) oversight of the state’s information security. The report, titled High Risk Update—Information Security found that most reporting

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Under Threat of Lawsuit, Catholic Hospital Approves Previously Denied Health Care Procedure for Pregnant Woman

Aug 25, 2015

REDDING, Calif. August 25, 2015 - Under the threat of a potential lawsuit, a Catholic-affiliated hospital in California’s largest hospital network has approved a previously denied doctor’s request to perform a post-partum tubal ligation.

The approval from Mercy Medical Center was received just days after the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of California...

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Analysis Highlights Fracking Risks Ahead of Sacramento Hearing

Aug 25, 2015

SACRAMENTO, Calif. August 25, 2015 - Ahead of a state legislative hearing Tuesday, Californians Against Fracking today released a new analysis of an independent scientific study on the environmental and health risks of fracking and other oil and gas well stimulation.

The analysis breaks down the 1,000-page study by the California Council on Science...

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