California Community College Chief Information Systems Officer's Association
This morning (3/11/20), the Transportation Security Administration reported that, “…three Transportation Security Officers who work at Mineta San Jose International Airport have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.” The entire statement from the TSA can be found here: https://www.tsa.gov/news/2020/03/11/tsa-statement-covid-19-sjc.
There is a possibility that anyone who chose to travel through San Jose International Airport to attend the Summit last week may have been exposed. We were made aware of this information today and wanted to ensure we passed it on to all of you.
James Temple, Ed.D.
President, CISOA (Chief Information System Officers Association)
On an ongoing basis, the Chief Information Systems Officer’s Association (CISOA) offers advanced seminars where CISO’s and CISO Certification Program graduates will have an opportunity to learn about the latest information impacting technology leaders in the California Community College system.
CISOA provides advocacy for the California Community College IT professionals through representation on various statewide committees and interfacing directly with the Chancellor’s Office and CCC Technology Center.
The CISO Certification Program is a leadership training opportunity for new and aspiring Chief Information Systems Officers (CISOs) in the California Community College System.
With the Technology Excellence Award, CISOA recognizes demonstrated excellence through technological advancement by a District CISO or IT staff member at a District or College.
Vendor Partner Programs
CISOA offers vendors the opportunity to connect with California Community College IT professionals through our Vendor Partner Program.
The CISOA Technology summit is the premier, annual conference for California Community College IT professionals.