Government Collaboration to Benefit All Public Entities Sacramento/La Mirada & Berkeley, California– The California Department of Technology (CDT) announced today that it will connect the state government’s network to the Corporation for Education Networking in California (CENIC). CENIC is California’s ultra-fast 100Gbps research and education network, designed to build stronger digital connections to California’s innovators, researchers, educators…

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The California Department of Technology released Technology Letter (TL) 16-07 announcing the fourth and final stage of the Project Approval Lifecycle (PAL).  Stage 4 Project Readiness and Approval provides a basis for how the intended awardee will contribute towards the successful achievement of the project’s business objectives and yield the highest probability of success.  Stage…

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Thursday on 14 July, the California Child Welfare Digital Service team held their latest leadership update here is what the team has achieved over the last seven months. Late last year, California’s Department for Social Services (CDSS) and Office of Systems Integration (OSI), with the support of agencies and departments like Health and Human Services,…

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Revamped transparency website tracks greenhouse gas, energy & water savings for each state building. New data released today shows California is shrinking its environmental footprint and is ahead of schedule in meeting Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr’s, ambitious goals for reducing energy and water use at state owned-facilities. A revamped website launched today by the…

The California Department of Technology’s Project Management Office has designed the California Project Management Framework (CA-PMF) to provide state project management practitioners with a solid foundation for project success. This new framework replaces the project management guidance and tools that were previously included in the California Project Management Methodology. The CA-PMF offers guidance and insight…

The California Department of Technology (CDT) is excited to announce its partnership with the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC). This partnership will allow educational organizations throughout California to access CDT’s portfolio of IT services through a government-to-government agreement. This was made possible by a recent agreement between Chris Cruz, Chief Deputy Director…