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Community Choice Programs Drive Innovation in Power Sector

Oct 24, 2014

Renewable energy experts Thursday credited Sonoma County with a leading role in the expanding green power industry, a sector combating climate change as it creates jobs — including economic growth fueled locally by one of the state’s first public electricity programs of its kind.

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Los Angeles First in U.S. to Post Fire Response Times Online

Oct 24, 2014

Saying the current numbers “stunk” for response times by the Los Angeles Fire Department to fires and medical emergencies, Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday released the initial reports gathered under the long-awaited FireStat program.

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What’s the Right Way to Fire a Vendor?

Oct 23, 2014

Project Academy Series seminars can be an opportunity to get candid insight from California’s top IT officials.

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Can Automated Detection Systems Police Carpool Lanes?

Oct 23, 2014

Patrol officers usually need some luck to catch law-evading drivers, but maybe technology is the answer for policing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes.

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New Cloud Infrastructure Services Available to California Researchers, Educators

Oct 23, 2014

The services, from CenturyLink, FireHost, and Verizon, were procured through an RFP and are available to all members of the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC).

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California Cities Join New Coalition Advocating for Broadband Choice

Oct 23, 2014

Through Next Century Cities, leaders will gain opportunities to work with partner cities, share knowledge and assist in development of next-generation broadband networks.

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Google Execs Discuss Regulation, Innovation

Oct 23, 2014

"How Google Works," a book by executives Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg, is a guide to managing the technically proficient, innovation-savvy workers whom companies in every industry are trying to recruit and retain.

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East Bay Company Wants to Disrupt 911

Oct 23, 2014

Despite the rapid onset of mobile devices, GPS and high-speed Internet, the nation’s emergency response system is largely a relic frozen in time. But perhaps Location Labs can finally drag 911 into the 21st century.

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Cal State Awarded $60 Million to Help Diversify Biomedical Research

Oct 23, 2014

The National Institutes of Health grants are for five years and include $22.7 million to Cal State Long Beach, $21.8 million to Cal State Northridge and $17 million to San Francisco State University to develop mentorship programs, engage students' fami...

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NIST Finalizes Cloud Computing Roadmap for U.S. Government

Oct 22, 2014

The documents identify strategic and tactical objectives that would support accelerated adoption of cloud computing in the federal government, and could be valuable for other organizations.

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