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Kayla Nick-Kearney

Kayla Nick-Kearney is a staff writer for Techwire.

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new Office of Digital Innovation and innovation academy in the state's proposed 2019-20 budget. He's calling for significant change in state IT governance and procurement practices.
One of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's first acts after inauguration was to sign an executive order creating a new path for state agencies to buy technology, pushing procurement in a more modern direction.
The Government Operations Agency has launched the California Code website. The site will host policies and, eventually, the state's open source projects.
The city of San Jose, Calif., the largest part of Silicon Valley, is launching its self-driving vehicle pilot with Mercedes-Benz and Bosch. Next year, it will begin an on-demand transportation pilot program as well.
Marcelo Peredo took the chief cybersecurity position in April.
The Multiple Interactive Learning Objective simulator is now in every adult institution to help train custodial and noncustodial officers.
The 2018 election security playbook has been released by the county's Registrar of Voters.
The California Air Resources Board will discuss its progress on creating metrics to measure greenhouse gases.
At the 2018 CIO Academy in LA, CIO's from across the state reiterated the importance of how IT partnerships are at their strongest with creative collaborations.
The project will cost LA County $4.4 million, with $2.8 million as the implementation cost, with the system offering reporting and in-system scoring functions which saves the staff days' worth of time.