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posted in February 2010

California CIO To DoD? Rumor, She Says

2/5/2010
State of California CIO Teri Takai may be in line to become the Department of Defense's next CIO, but Takai isn't ready to admit it. "This is a rumor," Takai says via e-mail. "I have lots to do in California and am working hard at it."

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IT Spending To Prevent Government Waste Increases, Slightly

2/3/2010
A new analyst report estimates that state governments will lose a whopping $67 billion this year alone to waste, fraud and abuse in government benefit programs. Despite drives to make government more efficient, however, spending on BI and other tech that can sniff out and prevent overspending is increasing slower than you might expect.

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