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Pondera Helping Prevent Fraud in California Unemployment Insurance Program

October 13, 2014

Fraud detection at the Employment Development Department may finally be getting some much needed attention. Medi-Cal may be next. Developing… Now, the agency hopes it’s found a faster, cheaper and more accurate way to zero in on fraudulent claims that cost an estimated tens of […]

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New FED Procurement Initiative, Buyers Club, Awards First Contract

October 10, 2014

  In this era of procurement reform. the Feds have a new initiative that has drawn significant interest. As we all know, there’s much room for improvement… The Department of Health and Human Services’ innovative procurement initiative, Buyers Club, awarded its first contract in late […]

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Highlights from Techleader.TV Appearance by State CIO Carlos Ramos

October 10, 2014

Here are some of the highlights from CIO Ramos’s interview last week watched LIVE online by over 1,000 viewers: Outlines CalCloud’s Exemption Policy; Says State Should Get Out of eMail Business, Sounding Death Knell for State Hosted CA.Mail??; Explains New Consulting and Oversight Organizations within […]

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Information Builders Ranked Highest in New Survey of Business Intelligence (BI) Software

October 10, 2014

News on the business intelligence (BI) front: Business Application Research Center (BARC) survey shows Information Builders ranked highest in numerous categories by users of business intelligence (BI) software. The BI Survey 13 is the industry’s largest independent survey of BI users, and evaluated WebFOCUS BI […]

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NASCIO Study Says Insufficient State Funding (1-2% of IT Budget) is Leading Barrier to Battling Cyber Threats; But Who’s in Charge of IT Budgets??

October 2, 2014

NASCIO, wrapping up its Annual Conference in Nashville, released a new study yesterday on state government challenges in battling cyber threats. The results are not surprising:  NASCIO Study Says Insufficient State Funding the leading barrier to battling cyber threats, according to the 2014 Deloitte-NASCIO cybersecurity study […]

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Sacramento Disabled Parking Abusers Could be Targeted by New Business Intelligence Solution

October 2, 2014

Ever try to find an open parking meter in downtown Sacramento, especially around state office buildings. Good luck. Often times entire blocks are taken up by cars with disabled placards sitting at meters for the entire day. Certainly we have no quarrel with the legitimate […]

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Davood Ghods – October 30, 2014 11:30 AM PT

October 2, 2014

<< Read More about the Next Show Watch Live on October 30, 2014 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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TechLeader.TV with Davood Ghods, Chief of the Office of Technology Services (OTech); OCT 30, 2014 at 11:30 AM PT

October 1, 2014

Next Program with Davood Ghods Chief Office of Technology Services (OTech) Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn with Special Guest Davood Ghods Chief, OTech Davood oversees approximately 800 FTE’s within the OTech divisions of Operations, Engineering, Customer Delivery, Statewide Telecommunications and Network, Security Management, […]

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O’Hare Fail; Nice Disaster Recovery Plan, Chicago!

September 29, 2014

Fire at Chicago airport traffic control center closed airport last Friday, and problem won’t be fixed for another two weeks. With all the talk and money thrown at disaster recovery after 9/11 for mission critical systems, how can this happen? The fire Friday morning closed […]

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Could GAO’s Dave Powner be the Next Federal CIO?

September 26, 2014

FCW reports that TechLeader.TV friend Dave Powner could be our next federal CIO… That would be marvelous… and an interesting transition from being on the outside providing constructive criticism of federal IT management to being in charge of it! Other names have been thrown into […]

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Covered California confronts citizenship verification and call center problems

September 25, 2014

The new enrollment period for California’s Obamacare health insurance exchange Covered California is just six weeks away, but there’s troubling brewing: Covered California has been juggling its resources to clear a backlog of cases requiring citizenship verification. That focus has led to serious problems at […]

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TechLeader.TV with Carlos Ramos, State CIO; September 25, 2014 at 11:30 AM PT

September 11, 2014

Next Program with Carlos Ramos Chief Information Officer State of California Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn with Special Guest Carlos Ramos State CIO Topics to be discussed will include: The new IT Project Approval process – State Technology Approval Reform (STAR) New Organizations […]

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VeeamON 2014: Conference on Availability for the Modern Data Center™ for the Always-On Business™.

September 11, 2014

Veeam invites you to the world’s first and only event to focus entirely on Availability for the Modern Data Center™. Join thought leaders, subject-matter experts and IT professionals who’ll be immersed in the latest technology for the Always-On Business™. Las Vegas, NV. October 6 – […]

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OTech Chief Ghods Reports on CalNet3, CalCloud, eMail, New MSA for Cloud Services, Drones & more

September 11, 2014

Techwire’s Industry Briefing yesterday at the Sacramento Sheraton with OTech Chief Davood Ghods provided plenty of solid information to the 50 plus attendees. In addition to a comprehensive description of OTech’s organization, infrastructure and environment, Davood also highlighted several upcoming initiatives of significant interest to […]

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Major IT Success at Calif. State Tax Agency: $ 1 Billion Additional Revenue Recovered

September 11, 2014

What we have here is perhaps the greatest example of a successful government IT project.We are so accustomed to hearing about the glaring problems associated with the State of California’s computer initiatives, it’s nice to have some good news; in fact, some very good news. […]

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Apple Introduces new iPhone, iWatch and Payment System.

September 9, 2014

These look pretty cool. Can’t wait to try one out. Apple debuted Apple Watch at an event near its headquarters in Cupertino, along with Apple Pay, which is designed to make iPhones into a digital wallet. The company also showed the new iPhone 6 and […]

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Another Career-is-Over scenario? Apple CIO in Trouble???

September 9, 2014

Oops!  Apple Begins Its iPhone 6 Launch With A Huge Live-Streaming Error Apple’s live stream of its iPhone reveal buckled under traffic just as Tim Cook was announcing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. People watching the stream were first hit with a test […]

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State Controller introduces website to track government spending…but not state government spending???

September 8, 2014

SacBee’s Jon Ortiz reports that the state’s  chief financial officer, John Chiang, today unveiled a new website which tracks local government spending in California. But where is the state government spending analysis??? Though the new information is rudimentary with no ability to  drill down to […]

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Baseball’s version of red light cameras

September 8, 2014

Just as local governments’ traffic cameras reportedly cause more accidents, introducing camera technology to baseball’s strike zone apparently demonstrates another example of the law of unintended consequences… Stuck in a home-run drought, the sport has become more boring than ever. Don’t just blame steroids. Blame […]

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Think that thumbdrive your employee brought in to work is harmless??

August 5, 2014

Think again… Computer users pass around USB sticks like silicon business cards. Although we know they often carry malware infections, we depend on antivirus scans and the occasional reformatting to keep our thumbdrives from becoming the carrier for the next digital epidemic. But the security […]

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