StateScoop recently published an article highlighting North Dakota's stance on cloud services, based on a panel interview with tech executives from around the country. Duane Schell, director of ITD's Network Services Division, represented North Dakota.

The August 10th, 2016, Information Technology Coordinators Council (ITCC) meeting recap is now available.

ITD has published its Large Project Oversight Report for the 2nd quarter of 2016. It was sent, along with a Cover Letter, to the Legislative IT Committee and Legislative Council.

Datasets have been updated and added to the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.

The NASCIO awards Committee recently completed their review of the nominations for the 2016 State IT Recognition Awards, selecting the North Dakota K-12 Identity Management Services Project as an award finalist.

North Dakota was featured on YAHOO Finance for using Airbus DS Communications in 11 out of 21 public safety answering points (PSAPs) and for transitioning “to Next Generation technology and the new age of public safety.”

2016 Annual Customer Survey ResultsPosted: Thursday, August 4, 2016Blog
Posted by: Gary Vetter

Thank you to all of the agencies who responded to our Annual Customer Survey! The feedback is critical in our efforts to continuously improve the services we provide to ensure that we can help each agency appropriately.

2017-2019 Strategic PlanPosted: Aug 1, 2016News

Every even-numbered year, ITD prepares a new strategic plan that provides a vision for technology goals for the next biennium. The 2017-2019 Strategic Plan is now available.

Microsoft will be discontinuing Lync/Skype for business Click-to-Call support for 3rd party phone systems, including the state’s Avaya phones. To restore this functionality, ITD recommends that agencies install the Avaya Lync/Skype for Business Plugin.

2016 Annual Customer SurveyPosted: Jul 1, 2016News

Our annual customer survey is live and awaiting your responses. The close date is July 31st, so please take the time to respond now.