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Dept. of Technology Services

Welcome to the Department of Technology Services


  • DTS Vision Statement

    We will enable our partner agencies to securely leverage technology to better serve the residents of the State of Utah.

    DTS Pillars

    Mike Hussey, CIO and Executive Director, has established four pillars that represent the main areas of focus for the department in order to support our partner agencies with world class technology and excellent customer service.

  • The Department of Technology Services (DTS) provides Information Technology services to the Executive Branch Agencies. DTS was established in the 2005 Legislative Session and consolidated all agency IT services and 900 personnel into one agency, providing a flexible and responsive organization model.

    The main purpose of DTS is to enable the state agencies' business processes through the use of technology by increasing efficiency (cost savings) and effectiveness (increased service).

    An increase in online services from 200 in 2004 to over 1,000 in 2012 provides Utah citizens easy access to government services..

  • Total Annual Cost Savings Graphic
    Total Annual Cost Savings: $37.4 Million
    FY2011: $13.6 Million
    FY2010: $7.8 Million
    FY2009: $5.2 Million
    FY2008: $3.3 Million
    FY2007: $7.4 Million

    DTS has realized annual cost savings of $127.8 million since the formation of the agency.

    Digital States A Grade Graphic
    The State of Utah was recognized with an "A" grade in the Digital States Survey.

    Utah.Gov has received over 100 awards, more than any other state website. Utah.Gov continually sets an eGovernment standard of excellence.

  • Security Awareness Training. Start Now.

    Security Awareness Training

    The State of Utah Security Awareness Training is available for all employees at All Executive Branch State employees must take the training annually.

    One of the most important elements of our defense and protection of the State's information assets is user awareness and training. As an authorized user of the State's information resources, employees have an obligation to help protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the State's data.

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