The new 2018 high-resolution Google imagery (6” pixels) is available through AGRC’s Discover server1! Updated areas (map below) include what Google calls the “Salt Lake and Logan blocks,” which make up most of the Wasatch Front urban area (i.e., Brigham City, Weber County, Davis County, Salt Lake County, and Utah County). The Salt Lake block was flown 9/11/2018 and the Logan block was flown 9/15/2018. Read more here.
In an effort to ultimately consolidate and organize as much State GIS data as possible, AGRC has been gathering information about SGID data layers managed by AGRC, and we are now reaching out to state agencies to collaborate about agency-specific data layers. Read on to get the full scoop on this effort. Read more here.
A travel shed is the set of all the destinations that can be reached from a location within a specified time budget. Travel sheds are valuable both for visualizing and analyzing residents’ access to key services, but also for defining service areas for businesses and other service provider locations, such as schools, transit stations, hospitals, and fire stations.
Geographic information systems (GIS) software can compute and display travel sheds using a set of techniques called network analysis. We’re all somewhat familiar with the power of network analysis as, behind the scenes, it’s what makes the basic […]
You can view the new 2019-2022 Strategic Plan here.
The 2019–2022 Strategic Plan for the Department of Technology Services (DTS) provides strategic goals and direction to the state’s technology community about how DTS will continue to be a strategic, secure, […]
Check out the DTS Procurement Newsletter December 2018 for general information on procurement and telecom orders.
The 2019 Security Awareness Training is now available on the Security Awareness – 2019 page.All Executive Branch State of Utah employees must complete the Security Awareness training annually. One of the most important elements […]
DTS has added two new product descriptions, which are services currently being offered to customer agencies.
Enterprise monitoring is an application used to verify that hardware devices (e.g., servers switches, netops, UPS, etc.) and software products, applications, and services provided by the State of […]
We have updated the DTS Products/Services and Exceptions list. The list shows items that agencies must purchase through DTS, and items that do not need DTS approval for purchase.
DTS is participating in a State Teleworking Initiative, which is meant to reduce facility costs, increase employee retention, improve air quality, and provide additional work opportunities in rural Utah. A pilot project is currently underway at the Capitol State Office Building. You can see more info here.
In addition DTS has developed a Digital Workplace and Mobility Reference Guide. See it […]