Sacramento-based technology industry professional Rebecca Morales has joined DataRobot, an AI cloud platform company. She will serve as an account executive for California state government, says her LinkedIn profile.
TechCA member companies collaborated over the past months to develop recommendations for government agencies to consider in ongoing modernization efforts. Ranging from many of the world’s most recognizable brands to small consulting firms, the industry provided input in five main areas that illustrate opportunities to have wide-ranging impacts by relatively easy and modest investment in both resources and staff time.
Veteran technology executive Jenifer Mojonnier has joined TechCA as a business development manager. With more than 26 years of experience working in the technology industry, Mojonnier brings a wealth of knowledge and perspective to this new role, which includes growing the membership of California’s first-and-only statewide technology association based in the state capital.
TechCA hosted Spring Symposium 2021 on April 28 featuring a keynote address by State CIO Amy Tong and fireside chats with newly appointed CDT executives including State Chief Technology Innovation Officer Rick Klau, Chief Technology Officer Liana Bailey-Crimmins, and Deputy CIO and Chief Deputy Director Russ Nichols. Watch the two-hour session.
Two California department CIOs will participate in a roundtable discussion hosted by Enterprise Networking Solutions, Inc. and Rubrik to talk about ransomware and disaster recovery initiatives in state government and other galactic empires.
Join California state officials and the technology industry for a morning of presentations and panel discussions on the Golden State’s future in technology and innovation.
Hosted by TechCA on March 16, watch this special briefing with Leah McGrath, Executive Director for StateRAMP and Noah Brown, CISO for Knowledge Services as they provide an overview of how StateRAMP aims to provide a common method for cloud security for state and local governments and their providers.
The TechCA Small Business Committee met last week for the first time, kicking off its 2021 agenda for California’s technology association members. Association leadership has tapped Chad Hodges, EVP of Sacramento-based Enterprise Networking Solutions, Inc., to chair the Small Business Committee. We had a good turnout for the committee’s first meeting.
TechCA reached its one-year milestone this month as California's first state capital based technology trade association. Despite pandemic-related challenges, our nonprofit thrived with activity this year, holding more than 30 committee meetings, virtual social hours, industry forums, and Corporate Advisory Council meetings.
TechCA CEO Jennifer Saha issued the following statement on Michael Wilkening leaving his position as Special Advisor to Gov. Newsom on innovation and digital services: