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The Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) drives technology solutions and supports those agencies whose missions are critical to serving Coloradans. Our operational responsibility is vast and includes the development and support of enterprise and agency-specific applications; projects, programs, and services; and the state’s IT infrastructure - data centers, servers, mainframe operations, storage, operating systems, local area networks, the Colorado State Network (CSN), and the Public Safety Communications Network (PSCN), which includes the Digital Trunked Radio System (DTRS).
OIT is also responsible for information security governance across the executive and judicial branches of state government. Through our Office of Information Security, we promulgate policies around cybersecurity, risk management, security operations, regulatory compliance, and application security. We monitor and analyze information on cyber threats and proactively manage vulnerabilities that present a risk to the state's information systems or the critical information managed within. We also provide awareness training to state employees so they will be less likely to fall victim to a cyberattack.
A full description of OIT's operations is included in the FY 2019-20 Performance Plan.