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Funding Gov Tech

Exploring the new landscape for funding and sustaining your gov tech investments


From the basics of technology funding models to exploring new, innovative public-private partnership models, this initiative will provide a wealth of information relevant to anyone involved in the budgeting, procurement, or management of government technology.

Lawmakers from both parties are supporting a bill that would help law enforcement agencies in the state afford body cameras and the necessary storage technology. Smaller agencies have struggled with these costs.
Honolulu CIO Mark Wong slashed annual IT budget costs by $1 million for four consecutive years during his tenure at the Aloha State, yet he continues to innovate. Here’s his secret.
The U.S. Treasury Department announced Thursday that $192 million in broadband funding would be awarded to the state for rural expansion efforts. The money is expected to expand coverage to an estimated 55,000 locations.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development this week announced that more than $5.6 million was awarded for projects in Lawrence County and more than $9.5 million was awarded for projects in five counties.
The company, fresh off a private equity buyout last year, is merging with a business that offers both public-sector procurement tools and software for administering special education programs.
The proposed center would provide public entities with cyber solutions, develop the cyber workforce and deliver training and awareness across sectors. Efforts to pass this measure in 2022 ran out of time; a new House bill revives the question.
Lt. Gov. Jon Husted this week announced $12 million in funding for two programs meant to bolster the telecommunications workforce in the state. The funding is part of a larger strategy released in September 2021.
The new tool is designed to help make it easier for suppliers to meet local and state government procurement requirements, boost local business and other tasks. Pavilion recently rebranded.
The California Department of Technology has issued a budget change proposal that would allow for nine positions and $2.5 million from the state’s General Fund to develop and oversee the implementation of a digital equity plan.
The Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at Springfield Union Station is set to receive $3 million in federal funding. The money follows closely behind the $1.46 million state funding given to the center last year.
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