California Department of Technology

California shares the code for its digital vaccine pass

by • 2 weeks ago

The California Department of Technology published the code to its COVID-19 vaccine pass on GitHub in the hopes other states develop similar products.

California tech department stops charging agencies for security services

by • 2 months ago

A change in the state's new budget means agencies no longer have to reimburse the California Department of Technology for cybersecurity functions.

25 percent of California adults are using state's contact tracing app

by • 9 months ago

California boasts the highest contact-tracing app activation rate of any state in the country, with more than 8 million users, officials said.

Los Angeles migrates mainframe to California's data center

by • 2 years ago

The city of Los Angeles has become the first local government in the state to migrate its mainframe applications to the state government's data center in Sacramento.

Wildfire tech, cybersecurity upgrades in California's 2020 budget

by • 2 years ago

Fire officials could get a new intelligence center for data-analysis, as California's security operations center gains a more stable backing.

California IT agency faulted in latest audit of budget tool

by • 2 years ago

The latest audit of California's long-gestating FI$Cal platform finds spiraling costs, delayed features and potential risks to the state's credit-worthiness.

California is building a 'portal of portals' for its data

by • 2 years ago

It's the latest step in the state's effort to simplify its digital services and encourage development of new tools for public safety, public health and beyond.

California innovation office changes name to avoid confusion with new agency with same name

by • 2 years ago

The state just created an Office of Digital Innovation. One snag: There was already an agency by that name.

California CISO Peter Liebert announces resignation

by • 2 years ago

He helped deploy the state's first security operations center and built the state's information security division into a 60-person team.

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