We have recently updated the Enterprise User Authentication Standards policy. The change was to remove the exception process, as DTS can no longer support the process to allow exceptions for MFA. Please work with your IT Director if you have any questions.
On January 1st, the Department of Motor Vehicles enabled its new Automatic Renewal Process. This will allow a vehicle owner to enroll one or more of their vehicles in this process to automatically renew when the vehicle(s) expire. This removes the need for the vehicle owner to remember to process their renewal online or at an office. Vehicle owners can enroll in this process online, in person or via mail in form.
In January the Labor Commission development team deployed a new interface, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Gateway, to automatically manage synchronization between the federal EEOC system and Utah’s Anti-discrimination division. The new interface connects Utah’s anti-discrimination tracking system (UALD) with the Federal EEOC system (ARC) using a secure real time web API to keep the synchronization up to date. The prior system was an antiquated multi step EDI process that used flat files and was run monthly by the Labor Commission Anti-discrimination staff.
The new system provides a more robust, automated mechanism to link the two systems in a more cohesive way by allowing two way communication instead of the one way communication used in the prior gateway. In addition to providing much more up to date and accurate information between the two systems, the interface eliminates the need for dual entry by the division’s staff, saving a lot of time for the investigators. They no longer need to manually keep two systems in sync and instead are able to concentrate on using their primary case tracking system, UALD; While allowing the new interface to coordinate the real time synchronization as well as logging activity to the case history of each UALD case to keep investigators informed.
Save the date! The Utah Digital Government Summit will be on June 8. Join us for a day of professional development and networking that will provide an exclusive opportunity to learn and share best practices, spur innovation, and hear current trends that are shaping state and local government today and in the months and years ahead. The event is free to government employees.
More information will be coming soon.