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UC Davis Names new CIO

July 10, 2014

According to the Sac Business Journal : The University of California Davis on Tuesday named Washington State University’s chief IT official as its new chief information officer, filling a year-long vacancy. Viji Murali also will serve as vice provost of information and educational technology at […]

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Feds Admit Another $100 Billion Wasted on Improper Payments in 2013

July 9, 2014

Et tu, California? WASHINGTON — The federal government says it made about $100 billion in payments last year to people who may not have been entitled to receive them. Tax credits went to families that didn’t qualify, unemployment benefits went to people who had jobs […]

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Michele Robinson – July 24, 2014 11:30 AM PT

June 25, 2014

<< Read More about the Next Show Watch Live on May 22, 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 Guest Michele Robinson, CISO, State of California, July 24, 2014, 11:30 AM PT

June 19, 2014

Next Program with Michele Robinson Chief Information Security Officer Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn with Special Guest Michele Robinson Michele Robinson is the California State Chief ISO at the California Information Security Office (CISO). CISO is an Office within the California Department of […]

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Amazon Fire Phone is Here

June 19, 2014

Looks pretty impressive… Company Moves Into Handset Market Dominated by Samsung, Apple. Amazon’s long-awaited smartphone, unveiled Wednesday, boasts features like a screen with holographic images, hands-free scrolling and software that can recognize merchandise and art through its camera lens. Article here: Amazon Unveils ‘Fire Phone’ […]

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Information Systems Security Association, Sacramento Presents Best Practices for Virtualized Applications and Data

June 19, 2014

Information Systems Security Association, Sacramento Presents Best Practices for Virtualized Applications and Data Also, Government CIO’s Ol’ Nemesis eDiscovery is Again Front & Center in IRS Missing Email Imbroglio It’s been almost a decade since State officials at their annual National Association of State CIO’s […]

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Information Systems Security Association, Sacramento Presents Best Practices for Virtualized Applications and Data

June 19, 2014

   Event: ISSA Meeting Presentation by Veeam Software:    Best Practices for Virtualized Applications and Data:   High-speed recovery, data loss avoidance, and verified protection   Date:   Fri, Jun 20, 2014 Time: 11:00 – 1:00 pm Speaker: Ton Huynh, Solutions Architect, Veeam Software In […]

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Feds Admit: Yes, We’re Losing Billions to Medicare Fraud, But It’s Too Much Trouble to Investigate

June 2, 2014

I don’t think Medicare is the only government program where this attitude exists… Citing Expense, Medicare Officials Pass on Investigating Fraud Medicare lost 6.7 billion dollars to fraud and error in 2010, according to a new inspector’s general report. Something close to that number is likely […]

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Interesting Article from AP About How Google got states to legalize driverless cars

May 31, 2014

I have to think there’s a lot more to this story than the benign theme presented…but read the whole thing… About four years ago, the Google team trying to develop cars driven by computers – not people – concluded that sooner than later, the technology […]

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State Drone Procurement from Department of Conservation??

May 28, 2014

We thought we had discovered our first official, public, real live State of California drone IFB this morning: California Department of Conservation INVITATION FOR BIDS TO PROVIDE AERIAL TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY LiDAR DATA AND IMAGERY OBJECTIVE The Abandoned Mines Land Unit (AMLU) of the Office of […]

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FBI issues subpoena to Obamacare’s Cover Oregon, Oregon Health Authority

May 21, 2014

Carolyn Lawson, former Oregon Health Authority chief information officer, and California IT official, is among the current and former state officials whose emails regarding the state’s health exchange, were subpoenaed by federal investigators this week. While the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s interest in the exchange […]

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TechLeader.TV with Guest John Boule, Director, Office of Systems Integration, CA HHS, MAY 22, 2014, 11:30 AM PT

May 14, 2014

Next Program with John Boule Director, Office of Systems Integration Live Webcast Hosted By John Thomas Flynn with Special Guest John Boule   Director, Office of Systems Integration California Health & Human Services Agency    OSI Director John Boule, the “billion dollar” man who oversees […]

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United Healthcare/Optum to the Rescue of Failed Obamacare Tech Projects

May 13, 2014

While the landsacpe has been rife with Obamacre technical problems not only emanating from Washington DC but in states across the country as well, one interesting development has been the role of Optum, UnitedHealthcare’s technology unit, which has been quietly building a solid reputation as […]

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Techwire Holding Data Analytics, Fraud Detection, Customer Service Optimization Event May 13, 2014

May 11, 2014

TechLeader.TV will be covering eRepublic/Techwire’s data analytics event this week on Tuesday, May 13, 8:30-11:00AM… A subject near and dear to our heart. Never have been convinced that the State of California has been fully committed to such initiatives, particularly when it comes to fraud. […]

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GSA Prepares for Next Generation Telecommunications Procurement Vehicle After Networx

May 4, 2014

With CalNet3 in full swing in California, interesting to look at the Fed’s new telecom procurement strategy with recently issued strategy paper and an RFI. RFP expected in FY2015. The General Services Administration’s next-generation telecommunications strategy is moving ahead, driven by an emerging contracting vehicle […]

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TechAmerica and the Information Technology Industry Council Settle Lawsuit

May 4, 2014

The two lobbying organizations had been at war since last fall when TechAmerica filed a $5 million lawsuit against ITI alleging breach of contract by departing employees. The suit had State of California implications. The announced settlement disclosed little detail other than separate statements of […]

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Dronewars: Now it’s Dronevertising

May 2, 2014

The latest in drone news from MediaNewsDaily is dronevertising … Drone-borne advertising is coming to one major media market — Philadelphia — and could soon be whizzing around other big U.S. cities, thanks to the efforts of a startup founded by a college student. DroneCast, […]

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DOD CIO Teri Takai Leaving; Heading to the Big Apple?

April 29, 2014

Former State of California CIO Teri Takai is leaving as U.S. Department of Defense CIO the end of this week, with speculation in FCW that she may be under consideration for the CIO position in New York City. Defense Department CIO Teri Takai is leaving […]

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Former CIO Director: “If you think the US is the only one seeing all your data, you’re sadly mistaken!”

April 24, 2014

Another reason for encryption… ZDNet article on former CIA Director’s reflections on Snowden leaks and CIA’s Amazon Cloud deal. “If you think the US is the only one seeing all your data, you’re sadly mistaken.” That’s the message from former chief technology officer for the US […]

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And you thought State of California e-mail expensive? At Fed HHS almost $150 a month per user…

April 22, 2014

Now this from inside the Beltway: federal Health & Human Services Agency Spends $123.2 Million Per Year on ‘Email Services’… The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spends roughly $123.2 million per year to provide “email services” for its 70,000 employees, according to the […]

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