Google puts $2 million behind prison-based coding academy
The funding will be used to expand The Last Mile's courses beyond California facilities and into the Midwest.
California is planning a technology conference to help it fight wildfires
After the most destructive and deadly year for wildfires in recent memory, state officials will look to innovate ways to combat future blazes.
California's deadly wildfires present opportunity for email scammers
The gift card schemes are very low-tech, but they take advantage of people's sympathies after a deadly natural disaster, an email security consultant says.
Waymo to start testing driver-free cars in California
The Google spinoff is the first company to get a permit from the state to operate autonomous vehicles without a human behind the wheel.
Technology vendors want better communication from state government
State IT procurement has long been frustrating for both sides, but industry associations are trying to smooth things over.
With gubernatorial changes ahead, NASCIO releases 2018 State CIO Survey
The annual document is expected to serve as a lodestar for a new upcoming class of state IT leaders.
Most people don't want to access government services with their mobile devices
New data from Unisys shows that while there is demand for mobile access, it's more nuanced than sometimes portrayed by technologists.
California DMV finds another 1,500 residents wrongly registered to vote, including non-U.S. citizens
The registrations, which have now been voided, were reported about a month after the DMV reported it had incorrectly filed 23,000 voter registrations.
California DMV is way behind on issuing Real ID
Struggling to issue the new cards, its offices must find a way to serve 23.5 million Real ID customers in the next two years.