FirstNet board sets nearly $6.6B budget as contract award nears
August 26, 2016
The group overseeing the construction of a nationwide broadband network for first responders is getting its finances in order for the new fiscal year.
Sen. Richard Pan's legislation to get the state's health department collecting information on violent deaths once more is nearly ready to go to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Some state IT leaders say their previous efforts to consolidate operations have them questioning the efficacy of a cloud migration.
Cloud computing can lower operating costs for state governments, but CIOs need to keep a sharp eye on contract terms and unforeseen requirements.
Public and private sector security observers want to see states carefully consider how connected devices could make their networks more vulnerable.
The city's public library has created an app to meet presidential initiative goals and create access to books for children in need.
The head of one of the leading cyber information-sharing centers in the country is hoping to get IT leaders to beef up the security of their election systems and patch their browsers rigorously.
The state's Department of Transportation is thinking about new ways to make use of the information it's pulling in with the help of the state's IT shop.
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