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DMV e-services Now Available

The Utah State Tax Commission recently announced that e-services are now available at the Division of Motor Vehicles. The modern, streamlined experience offers fast, secure, 24/7 DMV interactions. Check it out at 


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Windows 11 Project is Underway

Microsoft has come out with a new operating system, Windows 11. They are scheduled to stop supporting Windows 10 with security updates and patches in October of 2025. At that point, we will no longer allow any computers running that operating system on our network because it would be too much of a security risk.

We are working at a measured pace to upgrade all computers to Windows 11 between now and then. All new computers purchased at this point are running Windows 11.

We still have about 18,000 computers to upgrade over the next two years. Many of these, approximately 6,000, will refresh naturally as […]

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Take the New Guiding Our Growth Survey

Interested in the impacts of population growth in Utah? Want to make sure your voice is part of the conversation about your community’s future? Take the new Guiding Our Growth survey at


Preserving Utah’s unique quality of life requires carefully weighing the impacts of potential decisions about housing, open space, water, transportation, and more.This new survey leads participants through zip-code-specific options for dealing with growth challenges. The answers aren’t easy, but the best […]

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Gov. Cox Orders New Coordinated Effort to Protect Personal Data

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has issued an executive order directing Utah’s chief privacy officer to create a strategic plan to safeguard the personal information of Utahns.

“From getting a driver license to registering to vote to opening a business, state government requires the disclosure of personal information for almost all of the services it provides,” Gov. Cox said. “This is a sacred trust and we want to make sure that every state agency has a set of policies and procedures that will protect the privacy of all Utahns.”

In 2021, the Legislature created a chief […]

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DTS Spring Clean Up

The DTS Administrative Services Team and Desktop Team recently completed a statewide surplus cleanup. Thanks to extraordinary efforts from the Administrative Services team and the Desktop teams, we have been able to get over half of the desktop sites complete, and should have the other half completed by the end of May.

Just last week they were able to dispose of over 12,500 pounds of surplus (IT equipment) from just two Salt Lake City buildings.



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Volunteer Team at Homeless Shelter

A few DTS employees recently volunteered some time to serve breakfast at the Road Home. They woke up earlier than normal and served in the kitchen all morning, which is out of the ordinary for most of us, but we are grateful to have them donate their precious time to help our community.  Thank you to these outstanding individuals! Dan Harmuth, Kevin Lopez, Debbie Bauman, Chris Bramwell, Jay Locker, and Martin Gonzalez.

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New Provider Reimbursement Information System (PRISM) at DHHS

On April 3, 2023, Utah Medicaid replaced the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) with PRISM. This project has taken several years of hard work and dedication. In PRISM’s first few weeks in operation we have seen great success. Priority issues right now include getting accurate eligibility files to managed care plans, processing submitted provider enrollment forms, and processing lab claims. The system has already started processing claims from the “freeze” period and has paid tens of thousands of claims totaling millions of dollars.

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