The Indiana Office of Technology (IOT) was created by the General Assembly in July 2005.
The legislation stipulated that IOT would:
- Establish the standards for the technology infrastructure of the state.
- Focus state information technology services to improve service levels to citizens and lower the costs of providing information technology services.
- Bring the best and most appropriate technology solutions to bear on state technology applications.
- Improve and expand government services provided electronically.
- Provide for the technology and procedures for the state to do business with the greatest security possible.
IOT’s mission is to provide cost-effective, secure, consistent, reliable enterprise technology services to its partner agencies so they can better serve Hoosier taxpayers.
IOT serves all of the executive branch agencies and has strategic partnerships with cities, counties, colleges and universities and Indiana’s separately elected officials.
- Desktop support
- PC refresh
- Mobile device management
- Remote servers
- Network cabling
- Wide-area networks (WAN)
- Data center management
- Writing and developing web applications
- Hosting applications
- Mainframe, midrange and Windows servers
- Enterprise software and application solutions
- Website maintenance and support
- Data analytics
- Network storage
- Virtual servers
- Geographic Information Office
- Mapping of entire state, including waterways and land surveying
- Email account operations
- Webpage creation
- Domain purchasing and hosting
- Evaluate technology purchases for other agencies
- Enterprise software purchasing and support
- Project management services