Office of the Chief Information Officer
The Office of the CIO
consists of the CIO’s team who take the lead in enabling excellence in the State of Delaware’s Information Technology management structure.
Office of the Chief of Administration
The Office of Administration
is responsible for the oversight and management of the Department of Technology and Information’s (DTI) administrative support functions to achieve the agency’s short and long term strategic goals. These functions include finance, budget, purchasing, personnel, and contract administration.
Office of the Chief Operating Officer
The Chief Operating Office
works to develop processes to effectively utilize IT resources and personnel within the department and statewide.
Office of the Chief of Partner Services
The Chief of Partner Services
is responsible for developing and implementing a strategy to enhance customer experience and enterprise service delivery.
Office of the Chief of Policy and Communications
The Chief of Policy and Communications
(CPC) is responsible for facilitating innovation, shaping governmental policy, developing communications and establishing recognizable, positive branding for DTI.
Office of the Chief Security Officer
The DTI Security Office
provides leadership in the areas of Security, Disaster Recovery, and Continuity of Government.
Office of the Chief Technology Officer
The Chief Technology Office
is accountable for the successful implementation of major IT projects.
Related Topics: Chief Information Officer, Chief of Administration, Chief of Policy and Communications, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Security Officer, Chief Technology Officer