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California Cities Putting the Brakes on Some For-Profit Parking Apps

Oct 29, 2014

Cities have been moving aggressively to keep some parking apps off the grid, contending that individuals and companies should not be allowed to profit by, effectively, auctioning off taxpayer-owned parking places.

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HP Nets $116.5 Million Contract to Continue Managing SOMS

Oct 28, 2014

The state’s Strategic Offender Management System (SOMS) project started in 2009 with the goal of replacing and consolidating more than 40 aging electronic and paper database systems.

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Covered California Prepares to Accept Proposals for Enterprise Analytics Solution

Oct 28, 2014

Covered California has released a second round of amendments to an RFP seeking a multi-million dollar enterprise analytics solution for the state’s health insurance exchange.

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Sponsored: Technology Industry to Play Poker for Charity on Nov. 16

Oct 28, 2014

Latino Sports Outreach (LSO) is proud to announce the 2nd Annual LSO Charity Poker Tournament.  This event promotes awareness and advances our mission of providing athletic and leadership development opportunities to underprivileged youth in the

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Caltrans Distracted Driving Game App Promotes Safe Habits

Oct 28, 2014

Caltrans has launched a mobile app and online game designed to teach teenagers the importance of safe driving habits and avoiding distracted driving while on the road. The Distraction Zone Driving Game, available for free

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S.F. Hails ‘Twitter Tax Break’ as Rousing Success

Oct 28, 2014

Construction cranes and rattling power tools are visible evidence that the 2011 tax break designed to draw tech firms like Twitter to San Francisco’s long-neglected Mid-Market has attracted businesses.

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L.A. Tech Economy is Underrated, PayPal Co-Founder Says

Oct 28, 2014

California may be overloaded with regulations on business, Peter Thiel said, but it's still a region that embraces risk takers.

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Advocacy Group Applies for Google Project

Oct 28, 2014

Environmental advocacy groups that are keeping tabs on mountaintop removal mining operations in West Virginia may soon have a new set of watchful eyes more than 200 miles above Earth.

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PG&E Prepares to Open New Power Grid Command Center in Fresno

Oct 28, 2014

The Fresno center will be responsible for managing the electrical distribution grid for an area that ranges from Stockton to Bakersfield and includes between 16 million and 18 million power customers.

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Franchise Tax Board Accepting Bids for Security Monitoring System

Oct 27, 2014

Final bids are due Oct. 29 for a Franchise Tax Board project that is seeking to procure and install a commercial- off-the-shelf system for security monitoring and auditing the organization’s data.

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