The California Department of Technology (CDT) is committed to partnering with state, local government and educational entities to deliver digital services, develop innovative and responsive solutions for business needs, and provide quality assurance for state government Information Technology (IT) projects and services.
ROLE / RESPONSIBILITY and AUTHORITY
CDT is the guardian of public data, a leader in IT services and solutions, and has broad responsibility and authority over all aspects of technology in California state government, including: policy formation, inter-agency coordination, IT project oversight, information security, technology service delivery, and advocacy.
IN CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT THROUGH STRATEGY, INNOVATION, AND DELIVERY.
The OCRBot Helps Make State Websites Accessible to Everyone
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Public-Private Partnership Launches Groundbreaking Apprenticeship Program
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California Department of Technology Partners with Thousand Strong Initiative
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The Department of Technology is pleased to share the California Statewide Technology Strategic Plan- Vision 2020. This plan is the culmination of months of work by hundreds of policy, program and technology leaders from across state government, all with one simple aim: improve the way government services are delivered to Californians.
The Department of Technology is pleased to share the 2018 California Information Technology Annual Report. This report highlights the 2018 accomplishments of California’s technology community which represent an important step towards the achievement of the strategic goals set out in Vision 2020.
The California Agile Framework (CA-Agile) provides practical guidance for managing iterative incremental project delivery activities. This first release of agile playbooks by California Department of Technology (CDT) includes an overview of the new CA-Agile Lifecycle and practical tools to assess an organization’s readiness to deliver iteratively, among other guidance.