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Wei Named CIO at California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board

May 5, 2015

Last fall the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) announced it was awarded a federal grant to initiate development of a new online access system that would include new functionality for web-enabled application processing.

The California Aggie
News in brief: ASUCD town hall offers opportunity for accountability

ASUCD leadership sought greater student participation last Thursday. On April 30, the association hosted a town hall event entitled “Pizza and Politics” in an attempt to inform undergraduates about student government activities. Eight senators, four commission leaders and the controller lined the west wall of the ASUCD Coffee House beside stacks of pizza boxes...

TechWire
Longtime Cisco CEO to Step Down

May 5, 2015

After his two-decade reign at Cisco Systems, John Chambers will be replaced by operations executive Chuck Robbins.

The California Aggie
UC Davis celebrates LGBTQIA community with annual PRIDE month

UC Davis celebrates LGBTQIA community with annual PRIDE month

PRIDE coordinators discuss purpose of month, planning, events In recognition of May as Pride month, the UC Davis Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Resource Center plans to celebrate the diversity and importance of LGBTQIA individuals within the campus community. “I believe Pride month is a way for our community to...

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New Azure App Identifies Cloud Computing Costs

May 5, 2015

The ZureView app is targeted at Microsoft partners and Licensing Solution Providers (LSPs) that need to provide a breakdown of usage costs to their customers as well as monitor their own profitability.

NorCal Tennis Czar
Tiilikainen wins sixth National 30 Indoor title

   The National 30 Indoor tournament is practically synonymous with Jan Tiilikainen.   What Rafael Nadal is to the French Open, Tiilikainen is to the 30 Indoors.   Tiilikainen, a 43-year-old Reno teaching pro from Finland,...

Alison Toon
Riotmaker opens Concerts in the Park 2015 with happy Calirock!

May 4, 2015
Riotmaker opens Concerts in the Park 2015 with happy Calirock!

Riotmaker, with guest Jeffrey Harris, CitP 2015Sacramento's own Riotmaker opened up this year's Concerts In The Park in style: happy, infinitely-danceable Calirock: a blend of reggae, dub, alternative, cheerful rock. Their album is aptly titled, "Welco...

California Political News and Views
More ACLU Excuses to Protect Illegal Aliens–They Could Get “Valley Fever” While in Custody”!

Did you know that if you live in Bakersfield you are a potential victim of Valley Fever? That means if you are a tourist you could get ill. The ACLU is worried—not about you, but about the illegal aliens that are held in detention in the area. Honest, decent people are not the care...

California Political News and Views
Sacramento Democrats “Tax Reform”: $123 BILLION in New Taxes

The Democrats are crying that we need tax reform in California. To a Democrat, tax “reform” is a tax increase. SB 8 by Senator Hertzberg, a “moderate” would create a sales tax on services like plumbers, attorney, yoga and golf classes. He estimated the take in a year of $10 billion. The Legislative Analysts...

California Political News and Views
Democrats Pension Reform :Force ALL Workers—Public and Private—Into Mismanaged CalPERS—NEW 3% TAX

CalPERS has an unfunded liability of $754 billion—and no way to pay for it. Now they have figured out how to get billions into the accounts, to keep the system alive. They have legislation, of course by a Democrat that would force all California workers in the private sector to give a portion of...

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