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This Mover and Shaker Is Changing How Californians Use Technology

Managing the technology that undergirds a $171-billion, 228,000-employee operation is no easy task. And it's even harder when working under laws that sometimes limit your capabilities. Yet that's the job for which Amy Tong, a longtime California public employee who has overseen technology for the state lottery, retirement system, taxes and water, was sworn in to earlier this summer.
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