More than 325 members and exhibitors will attend the California County Information Services Directors Association (CCISDA) Spring Conference, April 15-18, at the Fairplex Hotel & Conference Center in Pomona. The theme of the meeting is “Revving Up Government Technology.” CCISDA is the official organization of the county IT directors and CIO’s throughout the State of California, and represents all 58 California counties in the area of information technology and county government.
Founded in 1957, the organization meets officially in conference twice a year. CCISDA facilitates sharing of new computer applications and products, staff development and training, consulting services to member counties and support organizations, and systems integration work between counties, the State of California, and the federal government. CCISDA also has a number of work groups that meet quarterly, including the Information Security Forum and Property Tax.
WTC Consulting, Inc. will host the group dinner and event on April 17th at The Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum. The Museum features an impressive array of vintage and historical racing vehicles–hot rods, customs, race cars, motorcycles, —along with photographs, trophies, helmets and driving uniforms, artifacts, paintings, and other memorabilia chronicling more than 60 years of American motorsports.
Founded in 1983, WTC delivers fact-based consulting to higher education, healthcare, and public sector clients. We help organizations solve their most complex financial, technical, operational, and organizational issues related to information technology, facilities, and networking.
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For more information on the spring event, visit www.ccisda.org.