We have recently updated the Enterprise Web Filter Policy. You can see it here.
We are postponing the 2020 Utah Digital Government Summit until later this Fall. Stay tuned for a new date.
In an effort to practice social distancing in response to COVID-19, some State of Utah employees have been asked to work remotely if possible. DTS has shared some information that provides a few simple tips to help you succeed at working from home. You can see more here. If you need help, please contact the DTS Help Desk at
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 […]
You can see the March eSign Newsletter here. To provide helpful resources for those of you who may be new to eSign, we have created a page on our site that concentrates on teleworking. This page was created with your most recent questions and requests in mind, and as we get more responses from our users, we will continue to add on to the web page as necessary. On this page, you will find step by step instructions on how to send out basic documents for signatures, as well as videos and links to help you get familiar with electronic signature.
DTS has partnered with the Department of Health to design and develop the new Maternal Mental Health Referral Network, which was released earlier this week. You can see it at maternalmentalhealth.utah.gov. The online network contains information on over 100 health care providers throughout Utah, who specialize in providing maternal mental health. Residents can easily search for providers based on their location, insurance, or service offered.
In one to two clicks, the user can either be speaking with, setting up an appointment or on their way to their […]
DTS is offering training for state employees on Adobe Acrobat and eSign, and Adobe Creative Cloud.
CIO Mike Hussey recently recorded a podcast about creating a culture that fosters innovation and emerging technology in state government and how the state is preparing to secure the 2020 elections. Check it out here.
The eSign website is now live! This site allows users a way to access their accounts, see how the state as a whole is progressing in our adoption of transforming manual paper processes into a digital experience, and learn more about eSign’s many functionalities. The site also has information on upcoming training opportunities and product enhancements. Go to eSign.utah.gov to […]
Utah’s Maps on the Hill exhibit will be available for viewing on Tuesday February 25, from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the Utah State Capitol Building Rotunda.
Maps on the Hill, a free event, is a great way to learn how current mapping technology is being applied to important issues across a wide range of disciplines including economic development, natural resources, infrastructure management, public lands and environment issues, efficient services delivery, and more. Maps on the Hill is expected to draw over 35 map exhibits from all levels of government, private sector firms, and higher education. […]