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  1. Sherry Amos says:

    Dear John, Chris, Bruce and Lawrence,

    Thank you so much for the most informative session on FWA in Medicare/Medicaid. There is so much more to do!

    We have also looked to Dr. Malcolm Sparrow as an industry expert in the definition of the challenges and the use of technologies to move to prevention as well as recoveries.

    I look forward to more from those on the frontlines of this important challenge to the country.

    • admin says:

      Thks for your note, Sherry. It is a fascinating topic. We’ll see if the Brown Admin will get serious about this or just continue to leave billions on the table that might help address the budget deficit. Best JTF

  2. Anonymous says:

    The number one initiative for CTA should be reducing OTech’s costs. You shouldn’t need legislation or any other piece of paper to force departments to consolidate into the data center. It should be driven by providing innovative, cost effective services. Forcing IT projects to use your services means you’re FAILING to provide a good service.

    And you guys better hurry up, as Microsoft’s Azure service spins up, IT managers may figure out there are better, cheaper solutions out there than OTech.

  3. Patrick Groff says:

    Mr. Flynn – If you have time, please ask Mr. Ramos about Budget Letter BL 11-18 that was issued by the Department of Finance in late July. This Budget Letter indicates that IT projects will not be approved in the budget unless they are currently underway or have already been authorized (not sure what that really means).

    Thanks – Pat Groff

  4. Anonymous says:

    Why on earth would agencies with very private information want to go to Azure or any other barely protected cloud service. All the cloud is, is a literal hacking paradise and offers the absolute bare basics in configuring programs and services to your liking. Yes lets put all our information, creations and needed services in the complete control of someone else so if they screw up we get a nice long chain of users who are also hosed. People got the hell away from terminals for a reason, now the non-thinking tech nuts are going right back to them. Every cloud advocate needs to be forced to wear tinfoil on their head.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Will there be a recording sent out of this interview Juli Baker, CIO/CTO, Covered California, Health Benefit Exchange. The video has been pausing throughout the interview, which made it difficult to follow.

  6. Anonymous says:

    It been over two years and no official procurement policy out of Mr Guarna. Statutes do not guarantee STPD will approve procurement because they want to first “understand” the project, they just extend procurement time. Leave project managent to people that understand the project. What we need from STPD is policy or guidance that would meet there needs for approval ahead of the project start. Going back and forth waists time. STPD needs to step up to the plate , make decisions and produce policy for everyone to follow.

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