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Large Project Oversight ReportPosted: Jun 10, 2013News

ITD has published its Large Project Oversight Report for the 1st quarter of 2013.

ITD's Future LocationPosted: Jun 7, 2013News

Groundbreaking has begun for a new four-story building with 85,000 square feet. This building is being constructed by Lexstar and is located on 43rd Avenue and Normandy in north Bismarck. 

The HEAT Is OnPosted: Jun 6, 2013News

FrontRange Solutions, Inc. has been ITD’s Customer Service Management software vendor for over 15 years now; whereas ITD and several other North Dakota state agencies are currently using FrontRange’s IT Service Management solution called ITSM. 

Lisa Feldner, former CIO for the State of North Dakota Information Technology Department was recently featured in an article entitled "North Dakota CIO Leaves Position After 7 Years" published by Government Technology.

Gartner Webinars for June Posted: Jun 3, 2013News

ITD is extending an invitation to learn about today's critical IT initiatives for free from Gartner Analysts. Join them for an hour and walk away with tactical advice that can impact your top initiatives.

Guidelines For Using ArcGIS OnlinePosted: Jun 3, 2013News

ArcGIS Online (AGO) is a cloud-based solution from Esri that can be utilized to share data, services, maps, and applications.

Gartner Webinars for JulyPosted: Jun 1, 2013News

ITD is extending an invitation to learn about today's critical IT initiatives for free from Gartner Analysts. Join them for an hour and walk away with tactical advice that can impact your top initiatives.

ITD's Inventory SchedulePosted: May 16, 2013News

The Information Technology Department’s (ITD) physical inventory schedule began on Monday, May 20, 2013 and continues until the end of July.

Historical Imagery ProjectPosted: May 3, 2013News

In 2012 the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee (GISTC) developed a Historical Imagery Pilot Project to determine the feasibility and cost of creating one or more statewide and regional aerial imagery datasets that pre-date the 1995-1998 USGS DOQQs. This publicly available imagery will be used by multiple state agencies for change detection and analysis.

Goodbye to the Old GIS Hub ExplorerPosted: Apr 24, 2013News

 

 

After years of useful service, the time has come to begin to say goodbye to the old Hub Explorer. The old Hub Explorer is based on old, discontinued technology , which makes it difficult to maintain and in some cases, we are not able to add new data for use with that application. A little over a year ago the new Hub Explorer was announced.