During the 2018 legislative session, more and more interest will turn to the Utah State Capitol. Now Utah residents can visit the capitol whenever they want by taking the Utah.Gov virtual 360-degree tour.
“It’s an amazingly fun tour of the building,” said David Fletcher, Utah Chief Technology Officer. “Next to visiting the capitol, the virtual tour is the best way to visit and learn more about the history and workings of the building.”
Website visitors can explore the capitol by moving in any direction in the 360 degree image and viewing points of interest that include exterior buildings, […]
DTS has recently published the the 2018–2021 Strategic Plan. See it here. The plan provides strategic goals and direction to the state’s technology community about how DTS will continue to be a strategic, secure, responsive, and innovative information technology (IT) partner organization. In addition, the strategic plan will help government leaders evaluate and prioritize the technology innovations that could enable them to achieve their business and service delivery objectives. Each agency should carefully consider how the strategic […]
The Service Catalog has a new look! We have modified the catalog to better represent the
content. In doing so, we rearranged many of the forms under Service Catalog topics to be more helpful when searching. The overall objective is to move as many forms from “forms.utah.gov” to ServiceNow. Highlights of changes:
- Many Help Desk items related to telecomm have been moved into the Network/Telephony Forms
- There is a new Hosting Services catalog
You can see more […]
Through its Geospatial Excellence Awards, the National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) recognizes individuals and organizations that advance the capabilities of geospatial technology, and promote NSGIC’s goals of efficient and effective government.
At NSGIC’s Annual Conference this September, two of the national geospatial excellence awards (see all) went to Utah-led initiatives.
Champion Award: Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development
The Center for Digital Government Announced Utah.Gov has been awarded first place in the Government Experience Awards. Utah.Gov services also won two additional category awards and special recognition for innovation. After 20 years of the Best of the Web Awards, the Center for Digital Government updated the competition this year to evaluate the new environment for online services. The Government Experience Awards recognize the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that excel at creating useful online government services and applications.
“Once again Utah has been […]
A new desktop application from Google called Drive File Stream will be available for all Google customers on Tuesday, September 26, 2017. Google Drive File Stream is an application that allows Google Drive users to quickly access, from their computer, all their files located in Google Drive. Drive File Stream is only compatible with G Suite Business licenses (Google Apps Unlimited).
In order to have Drive File Stream installed, please contact the DTS Help Desk and submit a request for its installation on your computer. The application will either be installed […]
The 2017 DTS Accomplishments Report is now available here. DTS has achieved many successes throughout the past year.
The 2017 Security Awareness Training is now available. Click here for the course Please plan to complete the training as soon as possible.
All Executive Branch State employees must complete the training annually (before December 31 of […]
Mike Hussey, CIO, recently did an interview with Route Fifty. He discussed Utah’s Cloud Strategy and broadband challenges and successes. View the article here.
DTS has updated the ‘Report a Security Incident’ form. It is now an electronic form in ServiceNow. When you report an incident, a ticket will automatically be routed to DTS Security.
An incident is defined as anything you observe to be suspicious use or misuse of State systems or assets.
Incidents are required to be reported.
Fill out the electronic