The latest assessment of California’s primary tech agency by the state auditor has identified severe weaknesses in Strategic Planning, Information Security, and Project Oversight that limit the state’s management of its multi-billion dollar IT portfolio.
For almost a decade, the California Department of Technology (CDT) and Department of General Services (DGS) have hosted an annual forum – usually in December – to provide the vendor community with information on how their companies can partner with the state on technology and other projects.
Russ Nichols, the deputy state chief information officer (CIO) and deputy director of the California Department of Technology (CDT), plans to retire in early November, a department spokesperson told MeriTalk State & Local.
The California Department of Technology (CDT) is pushing back strongly against a new report from the California State Auditor (CSA) that finds the California CIO’s office has provided inadequate oversight of the state’s information security status.
For almost a decade, the California Department of Technology (CDT) has hosted an annual event, usually in December, to provide the vendor community with valuable information on how their companies can partner with the State of California. Needless to say, it has become a very popular occasion for vendors seeking to determine specifics on California’s multi-billion dollar budget for the upcoming year.
As part of California’s FY 2021-2022 budget, the California Department of Technology (CDT) will no longer charge state agencies to provide IT security services.
California CIO Amy Tong this week unveiled a state IT modernization plan, creation of a new technology innovation office, and a series of broadband initiatives at the California Department of Technology’s (CDT) annual Vendor Day program.
The city of Los Angeles will move from local to state IT infrastructure in accordance with switching its mainframe to the California Department of Technology (CDT) State Data Center mainframe.