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Seven months after the deadline set by Proposition 24, the CPPA is still working to complete its rulemaking.The delay reveals the painstaking and complicated process of actually implementing an idea signed into law or approved by voters.
Gov. Gavin Newsom this week announced that Nolwenn Godard, a technology executive with a lengthy private-sector resume, would take over as the new director of the Office of Data and Innovation.
In an effort to make electric vehicles more affordable, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. will distribute more than $78 million to California drivers who purchase or lease pre-owned electric vehicles.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is reconsidering a prohibition on autonomous trucks in the state following years of pleading from the industry and rapid advancements in the space.
Following years of pleadings from the autonomous vehicle industry, California officials are revisiting a statewide policy that prohibits self-driving semi-trucks and big rigs on its roads.
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.
Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a state budget Tuesday that seeks to address an estimated $22.5 billion shortfall, bringing both investment and spending reductions for IT over several years.
A new report from the Legislative Analyst's Office recommends that lawmakers direct the California Air Resources Board to clarify the document it approved in December or risk missing the state’s 2030 emission reduction targets.
Senate Bill 1398 is among the hundreds of new state laws signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom this legislative session. It effectively bans Tesla from advertising its vehicles as fully self-driving.
The 6.4 magnitude earthquake along the Northern California coast earlier this week prompted the MyShake early warning system to sound a warning alert for some 271,000 people across the Bay Area.