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  • TechLeader.TV with Clark Kelso, California Prison Healthcare Receiver and Tony Lourick, Project Director, ECHOS, California Corrections Health Care Services

    April 10, 2015

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    Watch TLTV with Clark Kelso at this link on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 11:30 AM PT

    April 6, 2015

    Due to a server change: Please Watch Online at this link: TLTV with Clark Kelso Or The program can also be watched live on Cable TV in Sacramento County on Access Sacramento: Comcast & Consolidated Communications cable channel 17 and  AT&T U-verse channel 14.

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    Clark Kelso – April 7, 2015 11:30am

    March 29, 2015

    << Read More about the Next Show Watch Live on April 07, 2015 TechLeader.TV will begin at 11:30 PT, in the meantime, please enjoy Access Sacramento and use this page to test your web browser. Be sure to register to Comment on the show! Event […]

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    The Challenges of Regulating Self-Driving Cars

    March 27, 2015

    TechLeader.TV friend, DMV’s Bernard Soriano is interviewed by Bloomberg on his favorite topic – autonomous vehicles. Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) — Bernard Soriano, deputy director at the California Department of Motor Vehicles, discusses the state issuing its first self-driving car permits and the challenges of regulating […]

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    National Accuracy Clearinghouse Protects States’ Beneficiary Programs from Fraud

    March 27, 2015

    This is certainly timely and important: As the threat of public assistance fraud skyrockets, the need for sharing beneficiary information across state lines has become more crucial. The National Accuracy Clearinghouse (NAC) was established to provide a means to drastically reduce instances of duplicate benefits […]

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    BreEZe: What’s the Real Reason Failing IT Projects Are Allowed to Continue?

    March 24, 2015

    The State Auditor came out last week with a scathing new report which according to this Sacbee headline, “Blasts State Tech System”, and follows the Auditor’s report from last month on the California Department of Consumer Affairs’ BreEZe System, both of which take the state’s Department of […]

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    22nd Century Payroll Project Update & Message for New Controller Betty Yee

    March 19, 2015

    With all this talk about state employee union contracts being renewed, wouldn’t it be a good time to remove some of the more arcane, useless and overly complex time and pay rules which have made the state’s payroll so difficult and expensive to modernize? I […]

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    Why Not Zero-Based Budgeting for All State Government Spending?

    March 19, 2015

    This budget season, the California legislature has threatened to apply zero-based budgeting to the University of California’s budget where tuition has doubled over the last four years: [T]he Assembly will apply the principle of zero-based budgeting to the UC budget. Through the zero-based budgeting approach, […]

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    TechLeader.TV with Clark Kelso, California Prison Healthcare Receiver, APR 7, 2015, 11:30 AM PT

    March 18, 2015

    Next Program with Clark Kelso California Prison Healthcare Receiver Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn In 2008, Clark Kelso, was appointed Receiver overseeing the California prison healthcare system. The receiver’s job is to bring the level of medical care in California prisons to a […]

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    Celebrating Sunshine Week, Gov. Jerry Brown Admits Administration Deletes Official eMails…But Who Decided Which Ones????

    March 14, 2015

    Putative 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton may be mired in an email deletion scandal in Washington, DC, but here in Sacramento, Gov. Jerry Brown scoffs at such public record keeping punctiliousness. According to LATimes: He (Gov. Brown) said that in California, “we do eliminate […]

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    Quod erat demonstrandum: State Auditor Slams BreEZe Project, nearly 200 significant oversight concerns ignored

    February 12, 2015

    As TechLeader.TV reported recently, BreEZe isn’t EZ or a breeze. The State Auditor issued a report today which blasted the project’s planning, contracting, management and oversight: …the BreEZe project has been plagued with performance problems, significant delays, and escalating costs, which based on a January 2015 […]

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    FED CIO Wants Agency Out of IT Business by Summer. State of California???

    February 9, 2015

    Joe Paiva, CIO at Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration will outsource all commodity IT operations. Will State of California follow? Unlikely as it seems, it’s on the way. IT operations are not a core business of government, and that is becoming more apparent every […]

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    Feds have a new CIO – via VMware, Microsoft, Disney and GM

    February 5, 2015

    Former colleague of former California CIO Teri Takai from her GM/EDS days I hear… White House names VMWare’s Tony Scott as federal CIO

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    NASCIO Releases 2015 Federal Advocacy Priorities – Cybersecurity Unsurprisingly No.1

    February 4, 2015

    Not surprisingly, Cybersecurity No. 1. NASCIO announced its 2015 federal advocacy priorities today. Cybersecurity is NASCIO’s top federal advocacy priority for 2015, followed by continuing to modernize federal regulations that hold back state innovation, and broadband projects for the public safety community and students. More […]

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    Both sides gearing up for battle again over plans for government owned broadband networks

    February 3, 2015

    I remember this dust up when I first became CIO in Massachusetts in the early nineties. The battle continues. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is gearing up for a battle with state legislators in Tennessee and North Carolina with plans to circulate a draft decision to […]

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    License Plate Readers Eroding Your Privacy. And it’s not Just the Government…

    February 3, 2015

    And until now we all just thought it was another government intrusion. Towing companies are a necessary evil when it comes to parking enforcement and property repossession. But in the Google Earth we now inhabit, tow trucks do more than just yank cars out of […]

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    Highlights:TechLeader.TV on Procurement – Bid Sync going away; Final Calnet3 Categories RFP/IFB’s coming, may disappoint some; Vendor performance scorecard coming in 2015 & new incentive-based contracting under consideration; STAR makes FSR’s go away – in 2015?? Statewide Technology Procurement Division’s (STPD) big five procurements for 2015 & more…

    February 3, 2015

    Our TLTV show focusing on State of California procurement had many highlights: Regardless of FI$CAL Rollout problems, State Procurement still scheduled to switchover from Bid Sync on July 1, 2015. Will state be ready? Are vendors prepared? CalNet3 remaining categories for wireless and satellite voice […]

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    It’s No Breeze. Consumer Affairs BreEZe Project Status Report Troubling

    January 29, 2015

    The California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) which certifies or licenses almost 2.5 million practitioners in over 240 occupations, is facing renewed scrutiny over its management and implementation of the new, mission critical BreEZe Online Services Project. According to the Project’s latest status report on […]

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    Latest Covered California Computer Snafu Causing Premiums to Double in January

    January 13, 2015

    Covered California is apparently auto-renewing 2015 policies without crediting policyholders with federal subsidies. With new policy years kicking in this month, along with automatic bank deduction for premiums, accounts are being hit with premiums sometimes twice what they were last year. Since enrollees with incomes […]

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    TechLeader.TV with Jim Butler, DGS Deputy Director, State Purchasing Officer & Marnell Voss, Deputy Director, CalTech, Statewide Technology Procurement, JAN 22, 2015, 11:30 AM PT

    January 9, 2015

    Next Program with Jim Butler, Deputy Director, DGS  and State Chief Purchasing Officer     Marnell Voss, Deputy Director, CalTech, Statewide Technology Procurement Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn   Jim Butler oversees the state’s $10 billion annual purchasing, and some of the most relevant, […]

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