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A new look is coming to the Utah.gov applications login page. You will not need to do anything different to continue to access all of your important work applications, but the look of the login page will be updated. You can see more information here:
If you are like most Utahans, you are looking for ways to keep life moving forward and maintain social distance. The Lieutenant Governor’s Office announced today a collection of online services to help Utahans get state government business done during the Coronavirus crisis. Utah has a long record of leading in digital government services. Below is a list of commonly used online services.
Annual Business Renewal: Renew, update, or reinstate Utah business entities
Trademark: File a new […]
DTS has a new and improved Vision and Mission statement:
DTS Vision Statement
To be a technology leader that delivers value and simplifies the lives of Utah residents.
DTS Mission Statement
To provide innovative, secure, and cost-effective technology solutions that are convenient and empower our partner agencies to better serve the residents of Utah.
In addition, the new 2020-2023 DTS Strategic Plan is available here. The plan provides (1) strategic goals about how DTS will […]
View the 2019 DTS Annual Report here. The report provides a summary of accomplishments, projects, initiatives, and awards for the past year.
Governor Herbert has declared October Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Utah is joining the Department of Homeland Security to raise cybersecurity awareness during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This year’s overarching message – Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT. – focuses on key areas including citizen privacy, consumer devices, and e-commerce security. Check out more at the icons below.
The FY2020 IT Plan is now available. You can see it here. In accordance with UCA 63F-1-204, each executive branch agency must submit an agency information technology plan to the chief information officer on an annual basis. The IT Plan helps DTS plan resources for the upcoming year, based on agency needs. DTS analyzes the IT Plan to determine the impact to costs, operations, and services provided. DTS also uses the IT Plan to ensure […]
The DTS Rate Committee met in September and approved the proposed FY2021 rates. You can see the rate sheet here. The rates will now be passed to GOMB for their review and approval. During the 2020 Legislative General Session, the Utah Legislature will review and approve the final FY2021 rates.
A few of the major rate changes for the upcoming year include:
- Application Development
- System Administration
- Adobe Unlimited
- SaaS Services
State employees can see […]
The DTS Rate Committee will hold a meeting on September 11 at 1:00 in Capitol room 250 to discuss FY2021 rates. This meeting is open to the public. Agencies are invited to attend to hear discussion and provide comment on the proposed FY2021 rates.
In accordance with Utah Code 63F-1-104(4), the Department of Technology Services (DTS) is required to conduct an information security assessment of state data systems every two years. The required 2019 information security assessment will be completed by DTS security and internal audit personnel. The DTS team will coordinate with your agency information security personnel to complete the assessment by October 1. We anticipate it will take a total of four hours to complete the assessment. We will be following the Department of Homeland Security’s