Over the past several years, the state has experienced an unprecedented number of emergencies and disasters. As these climate-driven natural disasters become more severe in California, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) staff has met each new challenge head-on.
The nearly 2,000 staff at Cal OES have responded to increasingly complex disasters in fresh and innovative ways, strengthening the foundation of emergency management to prepare for, respond to and recover from all types of emergencies and disasters.
Meet Matthew Bonnici, a Project Delivery Analyst within the Logistical Support – Internal Branch at Cal OES. The work he does ensures that Cal OES employees in each of its buildings have all the resources they need to do their jobs safely and efficiently.
“I’m proud of my job because of the important projects I have seen to completion,” Bonnici said. “I know the Facilities Unit is integral to the success of the agency by making sure all personnel are comfortable in their working environment.”
Some of the services facilities conducts include contract management, space requests, tenant improvements, space planning and modular systems furniture modifications.
Bonnici has helped get staff reorganized within the six buildings at the Mather Campus in order to successfully start updates on the State Operations Center.
His background is in the customer service industry, helping him work with all Cal OES staff. When Bonnici isn’t at work, he enjoys spending time outdoors. In particular, he spends his time kayaking and mountain biking.