L.A. Moving City Operations to State Data Center in $10.5M Deal

Mar 21, 2019 | Posted by admin

The city of Los Angeles is giving up on its 30-year-old legacy mainframe system and is contracting with the California Department of Technology to move its operations to the State Data Center in Sacramento.

The city will pay the state $10.5 million for three years of service, with an option to renew for another three, under the deal announced Monday.

“State and city IT teams have been collaborating for the past few years in preparation for the move, which includes key public safety workloads,” CDT said in a statement Monday afternoon.

“We are pleased to launch this important partnership with the largest city in the state,” said state Chief Information Officer Amy Tong. “CDT will help the city of L.A. provide more effective and efficient government services to citizens.”

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