Luminary 3Q17 - CA Highway Patrol

Date: August 9, 2017

Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: Raley Field Raley Field, 400 Ballpark Dr, West Sacramento, CA 95691

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Featured Speakers

California Highway Patrol

Scott Howland, Ed.D.
Chief Information Management Div
California Highway Patrol

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Event Description

 

Scott Howland is the Chief of the Information Management Division of the California Highway Patrol and is the CHP’s Chief Information Officer. Scott develops information technology policy and formulates the department's vision and strategic direction for its use of technology.

At the 3Q Luminary event on August 9th, Scott will lay out how the Department uses technology to further the CHP’s mission of providing the highest level of Safety, Service and Security, discuss future technology plans, and explain how he and his team engage their vendor partners.

The California Highway Patrol is one of the most diverse and complex IT environments in California State Government while still exploring cutting edge solutions to allow their personnel to serve and protect the Citizens of California in the most effective manner possible. From back office processes to transformative programs, IT is a vital component of the Department's ability to keep all Californians safe. At this meeting, you will understand why and how you can become one of their partners.

 


 


 



If you are a Vendor Partner that would like more information, please contact Russ Hicks @ 916-204-1123 or rhicks@pspinfo.us

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Raley Field
400 Ballpark Dr, West Sacramento, CA 95691

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