Driven by a passion for innovation and commitment to excellence, James Collins is honored to serve as a member of Governor John Carney’s Cabinet as Chief Information Officer (CIO) responsible for leading the Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI) to fulfill its mission of providing technology services and collaborative solutions.View More
The Department of Technology and Information (DTI) is the state’s central IT organization, chartered to (1) deliver core services to other state organizations and (2) exercise governance over the technology direction and investments of the state.View More
Delaware Information Technology Centralization’s goal is IT Efficiency, along with delivering cost-effective support of digital government services. Delaware began its IT Centralization initiative nearly two decades ago with the creation of DTI. ITC progress continues as Delaware’s technology landscape continues to evolve.
DTI leadership is composed of six different Offices – the Chief Information Office, the Office of the Chief of Administration, The Office of the Chief of Policy & Communication, The Office of the Chief Operating Officer, the Office of the Chief Security Officer and the Chief Technology Officer. Together, these departments are responsible for developing and supporting technology for Delaware State Government.View More
Welcome to the DTI Newsroom! Here you will find the latest news and publications related to our agency.View More
The State of Delaware is committed in maintaining the privacy and security of all citizens’ personal information.View More
Personnel from the Department of Technology and Information (DTI) serve on various committees and task forces. Citations establishing the committee and task force are included where applicable.View More
Technology plays an important role in delivering the services and information that the citizens of Delaware use each and every day. While we continue to face economic and budgetary challenges, we have unique opportunities to shape our future with the focused and direct usage of state-of-the-art technology to address increased citizen demand for services while making government more efficient.