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2014 Year in Review: Statewide Project Management Office Approved in State Budget

Dec 16, 2014

Story #22: The 2014-15 state budget signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in June included funding for four new positions to support a Statewide Project Management Office at the Department of Technology. The team of experts

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San Jose Officer Placed on Leave After Controversial Protest Tweets

Dec 16, 2014

Officer Phillip White was placed on administrative leave Monday as the mounting furor over his posts showed no signs of abating.

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Los Angeles to Receive $2.5 Million Innovation Grant

Dec 16, 2014

Mayor Eric Garcetti said he will be creating an innovation team to reach out to the community and explore different ideas by using data that “maximizes the economy and social benefits flowing to low-income residents.”

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2014 State of Technology Industry Forum (Photos)

Dec 15, 2014

Hosted by TechWire, the first-annual State of Technology Industry Forum was held December 10 in Sacramento. Produced in association with the California Department of Technology, IT Alliance for Public Sector and TechAmerica, the half-day event

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Q&A: CalRecycle CIO Gary Arstein-Kerslake

Dec 15, 2014

The safest path is not always the best one, says CalRecycle CIO Gary Arstein-Kerslake.

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2014 Year in Review: DGS Releases Memo on Personal Services Contracts

Dec 15, 2014

(Editor’s Note: With 2014 coming to a close, TechWire is counting down its Top 25 news stories of the year. Check back each day through Dec. 31 as we look back at the people, projects

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2014 Year in Review: Rebecca Skarr Appointed Department of General Services CIO

Dec 15, 2014

Editor’s Note: With 2014 coming to a close, TechWire is counting down its Top 25 news stories of the year. Check back each day through Dec. 31 as we look back at the people, projects

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Social Media Playing Key Role in Bay Area Protests

Dec 15, 2014

Protest leaders have long used applications like Twitter to organize protests, but they now coordinate movements, plan tactics and share videos and images in real time at a blinding speed that police are struggling to keep up with.

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California Receives U.S. Funding for Earthquake Early-Warning System

Dec 15, 2014

Scientists have long planned to make such a system available to some schools, fire stations, and more private businesses in 2015, but their effort hinged on Congress providing $5 million.

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Holiday Charity Mixer to Benefit PowerHouse Science Center

Dec 12, 2014

California’s technology community will be gathering on Dec. 18 in Sacramento for a holiday mixer aimed to benefit the PowerHouse Science Center and STEM Museum. The networking event is being hosted by the Sacramento Network

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