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GovOps Announces Code-a-Thon, Takes Step Toward Statewide Open Data Portal

Aug 28, 2015

The Government Operations Agency (GovOps) and the Department of General Services announced they will host the GreenGov Challenge, an open data code-a-thon, in late October.  The contest is designed to challenge the civic coding community

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Department of State Hospitals Launches System Designed to Improve Admissions Decisions

Aug 28, 2015

The system provides DHS staff a full and accurate view of the pending placement list, thereby enabling staff to make timely and appropriate admission decisions.

IT and the Metrics That Really Matter

Aug 28, 2015

CIOs need to develop better ways to measure how technology is affecting government outcomes.

Drowning in Data, Cities Need Help

Aug 28, 2015

Urban planners have historically had to do their jobs with only the dimmest understanding of what’s going on. Now they have more information than they can handle.

Assembly to Take Up Open Data Bill on Friday

Aug 27, 2015

The State Assembly is expected to take up SB 573, the bill that would require California to adopt an open data policy and appoint a chief data officer, on Friday. The bill, authored by Sen. Richard Pan (D-6th, Sacramento), is currently in suspense in A...

Technology Executive Virginia Williams Joins CGI

Aug 27, 2015

Virginia Williams has been hired by CGI as vice president of consulting services, leading the firm's health and human services practice with the state of California account. Williams spent more than 25 years with IBM, primarily working on solution de...

NASCIO Releases Report on IT Procurement

Aug 27, 2015

A report released by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) says states have the opportunity to stimulate the capabilities of the supplier community and an obligation to set the public policy direction

San Diego to Spend $163M on Tech to Ease Gridlock

Aug 27, 2015

Aiming to fight worsening traffic congestion on San Diego's roads, city officials have created a $163 million master plan to install modern stoplight timing systems and other advanced technologies that combat gridlock.

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