A Telecommunications Technology Investment Act of the Public Utilities Act of 1974, the State of Delaware has created the “Delaware Broadband Fund” (Fund) to support and enhance broadband services in the State’s public schools and public libraries and for rural broadband initiatives in unserved areas of the State.View More
Delaware was the first state to move into the cloud, according to the National Association of Chief Information Officers. (NASCIO). In 2009 DTI developed a private cloud system. Since inception, DTI has virtualized 80 percent of state governments’ physical servers into a private cloud and continues to work on the remaining 20 percent.View More
DTI’s dedicated staff of project managers, with a cumulative experience of over 250 years in the Information Technology field, supports DTI’s customer Agencies by leading resources to achieve completion of Agency IT initiatives.View More
The goal of Information Technology (IT) Centralization is to make state government more efficient and cost effective. Prior to the IT Centralization initiative, there were more than 10+ data centers and server rooms in the state of Delaware with over 1,000 applications in use.
Office 365 Government Cloud line up offers a host of proven applications for seamless secure collaboration, communication, and productivity. Tools Delaware employees are already familiar with are included in our Office 365 Government licensing and more.View More
The Delaware Open Data Council brings together a team from state government focused specifically on making more data available to members of the public. The Council is tasked with managing the Open Data Portal, promoting open data, establishing a statewide data strategy, and recommending data standards for public data.View More