Meeting # 10 - Office of Systems Integration

When Thursday, November 16th, @ 3:00 - 5:00 PM

Where California Suite, Union (3rd Floor) 

In 2005, the Office of Systems Integration (OSI) was established to manage a portfolio of large, complex health and human services information technology projects. The OSI provides project management, oversight, procurement and support services for a multi-billion dollar portfolio of high criticality projects. In this capacity, OSI coordinates communication, collaboration and decision making among project stakeholders and program-side sponsors of the projects. OSI manages the procurement, contract negotiations and contract management aspects of the acquisition of technology systems and services. After the procurement phase, OSI oversees the design, development, governance and implementation of IT systems which serve health and human services programs. Since its inception, OSI has developed a track record of successfully managing and deploying large, complex, mission critical systems to support health and human services programs at the state, federal and local level.

Featured Student of the Week

Every meeting, members have the opportunity to answer a tough question. The winner gets featured right here, on our home page until the following week!


n = int(raw_input())

if n % 2 == 1:

    print "Weird"

elif n % 2 == 0 and 2 <= n <= 5:

    print "Not Weird"

elif n % 2 == 0 and 6 <= n <= 20:

    print "Weird"


    print "Not Weird"

Answer: This code takes a number, n, and depending on the value of n, spits out an answer. Matthew, from the back of the class, confidently raised his hand and thoroughly explained this code and what it was meant to do. He also added in that the code was written in Python. Matt did a great job of displaying some critical thinking skills and leadership skills by raising his hand and explaining this code to the class and our guest speakers (Intel). Good job, Matt! 

Check out Matthew&#39;s LinkedIn here!

Matthew Grayum, Senior
Business Administration, Management Information System (MIS)
Favorite class: Public Speaking

Internships in the Area: 

Student Assistant - Web Projects & Content Management Support

Student Assistant - Reporting and Analytics

Graduate/Student Assistant- Technical Research & Analysis

Student Assistant - IT Applications Branch Services

As of: November 14th, 2017

What is the purpose of MISA?

Management Information Systems Association is a student-run academic organization serving California State University, Sacramento. Our goal is to help our members build a dynamic network in their field of study. We provide a platform where our members can connect with CSUS faculty, alumni and potential employers through a series of events and workshops held over the course of every semester. At MISA we aim to inform members of potential career paths, Sac State events, and education opportunities, all while forming valuable networks between students, faculty, alumni and companies.

How does MISA achieve this?

Every week, MISA meets in the California Suite on campus. During these meetings, we engage in interesting conversations with other students, faculty, alumni, and representatives from the private and public sector such as Chevron, Intel, Deloitte, FBI, and various departments within California State government. Topics of conversation include experiences in current and past courses, latest trends in the MIS field of study (data analytics, cyber security, organizational behavior, and other emerging technologies), which companies are hiring (and which ones are firing), anything else that comes to mind!

Although we focus primarily on MIS, AIS, and CS majors, all majors are welcome!

Every semester top tech companies visit us to see what Sac State has to offer. If you are interested in presenting or finding out more information about MISA please, send an email to

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