The 2022–2025 DTS Strategic Plan is available here. The plan provides strategic goals about how DTS will continue to be a valuable, secure, responsive, and innovative information technology (IT) partner organization, and direction to the state’s technology community. The plan presents technology trends that DTS leadership has identified as relevant and describes how these trends will affect the direction for IT management throughout the state.
The FY2023 DTS rates will be effective July 1. See the full list here. Agencies can expect to see the new rates on the July bill. Please reach out to DTS Billing at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Information Technology Plan is an overview of the agency IT project detail for the current year. DTS utilizes the IT Plan data to identify potential multi-agency use, necessary IT services needed for successful completion of the projects, and a cost breakdown for each project.
In accordance with UCA 63A-16-203, each executive branch agency must submit an agency information technology plan to the chief information officer on an annual basis. The IT Plan is the list of IT projects for the upcoming year, which helps DTS plan resources based on agency needs. DTS analyzes the projects in the plan to determine the impact to costs, operations, and services provided. DTS also uses the IT Plan to ensure compliance with the state’s overall IT strategy and potential areas for coordination among agencies.
You can see the full plan here.
- DTS CSD Support Team: Byron Bills and Brian Masteller
- Commerce CSD Team: Jeff Henrie, Connie Kitchens, Phil Brewster, and Amy Callaway
- DTS Cloud Team: Justin Newkirk and Donny Ford
- DTS Database Team: Robert Smith
- DTS Shared Hosting: Stuart Roundy
- DTS Networking Team: Jamie Moreno
- DTS Security Team: Ken Wheeler
- NIC/Tyler Team: Souriya Sengsouvanna, Madison Holmes, Brian Wood, Ryan Ireland
- AWS Utah Team: Raj Anumula, Bruce Larsen, Gana Chandrasekaran, and Ken Allen
Google recently updated its Chrome browser, introducing profile separation.
This update prevents inadvertent sharing of personal data with work accounts to make a clear distinction between work and personal items. This prevents personal bookmarks, history, and passwords from being synced into your @utah.gov account, and vice-versa.
If you use the Google Chrome browser, you will need to take the following action when you see the prompt below:
1. Select the checkbox to “Keep local browsing data (bookmarks, passwords, history, etc.)” and click “Continue”
2. Click your Chrome Profile icon (your profile picture) in the top right side of your browser and select “Turn on sync…”
3. In the new “Turn on sync?” window select “Yes, I’m in”