The passage of Senate Bill 08-155 provided for centralization of the Executive Branch's information technology functions under the Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT). The intent of that historic legislation was to create operational efficiencies and technological advancements through the consolidation of resources. From the outset and by nature, OIT has been focused on strategizing and implementing industry-leading objectives, maximizing performance, and seeking flexible and effective ways of doing business in state government.
The OIT work environment is ideal for employees who enjoy the challenge of utilizing their creativity and perseverance to develop and implement groundbreaking solutions where little or no precedent exists. Those with a focus toward optimizing effective achievement of mission-driven objectives and who have the flexibility to objectively evaluate various options will thrive in this setting and enjoy working as part of a dynamic team to blaze new trails and produce attention-getting results and success.
Locate Current Employment Opportunities
Current employment opportunities with the Governor's Office of Information Technology as well as a complete list of statewide job opportunities can be found on the State Employment Job Opportunities webpage.