Technology Agency Offices
- Office of Information Security (OIS)
The California Technology Agency’s OIS is the primary state government authority in ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of state systems and applications, and ensuring the protection of state information. Our office OIS represents the State to the federal, state, and local government entities, higher education, private industry, and others on information and cyber security-related matters. We are committed to securing the State's information assets to build and maintain the trust of Californians.
- Program and Portfolio Management Office (PPMO)
The California Technology Agency's PPMO provides primary support for program and project planning, investment analysis, and project management. The Office also ensures the coordination and collaboration of enterprise and other multi-departmental IT efforts, and ensures standardization in project management processes and project performance metrics in order to maximize the management of major projects and allow for uniform project performance assessments. The PPMO also coordinates the implementation of project remediation activities that may be directed by the CIO.
- Public Safety Communications Office
The California Technology Agency’s Public Safety Communications Office provides communications solutions to public safety agencies throughout California. The services of the approximately 500 dedicated employees in this Office ensure that California’s public safety agencies have the communications necessary to effectively protect and serve the citizens of California. From the first call to 9-1-1, to the coordinated response to an emergency, it all depends on the communications services provided by the two divisions of the Public Safety Communications Office to ensure that these essential systems are operational 24 hours a day.
- Office of Technology Services (OTech)
The California Technology Agency’s OTech provides information technology services to many state, county, federal and local government entities throughout California. Through the use of a scalable, reliable, and secure statewide network, combined with expertise in voice and data technologies, OTech delivers comprehensive, cost-effective computing, networking, electronic messaging, and training solutions to benefit the people of California.
- Office of Telecommunications Procurement (OTP)
The California Technology Agency's Office of Telecommunications Procurement is responsible for all statewide telecommunication procurements. This includes establishing policies and procedures for conducting telecommunication procurements; creating and maintaining telecommunication contracts to allow state and local agencies to procure goods and services; and assisting or delegating agencies in conducting their own procurements.