Programs

Colorado Broadband Office

The Colorado Broadband Office leads a statewide effort to expand broadband coverage and quality for all Coloradans. Access to affordable and reliable broadband service is critical to advancing Colorado’s economic growth and competitiveness. High-speed broadband creates new jobs and attracts new industries, expands markets for new and existing businesses, enables better access to educational opportunities and resources, facilitates the delivery of healthcare services, and supports public safety. Broader deployment of broadband infrastructure and services will improve the quality of life for Coloradans and support the state’s global economic competitiveness.

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Colorado Digital Service

The Colorado Digital Service is a diverse, cross-functional team of senior engineers, designers, product managers and procurement specialists serving limited "tours of civic service" in government. They work alongside dedicated civil servants in OIT and across state agencies to develop and improve user-centered solutions to Colorado's most pressing technical challenges. Learn more

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Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS)

The Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS) is Colorado’s statewide database system through which eligibility is determined for medical, food, cash and other assistance programs. In concert with the Program Eligibility & Application Kit (PEAK), where Coloradans screen and apply for assistance online, more than two million individual cases have been worked through CBMS, signifying the vast impact of the system. Learn more

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Colorado Information Marketplace

Access Colorado's open data across a number of categories, including business, education, health, safety and COVID-19.

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GIS Coordination & Development Program

We realize the full value of geographic information systems by making access to comprehensive data, including broadband service data, seamless and formatted in a way that maximizes its benefit to decision-making in the state. We are a place where Coloradans can gain answers and expertise about GIS and its possibilities in order to expand the value of these technologies as efficiently and effectively as possible, and we are the facilitator of a robust GIS community where knowledge and information is shared freely.

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IT Transformation Program

The Governor has asked OIT to lead and collaborate with agency partners on a statewide, multi-year IT Transformation journey. IT Transformation extends beyond technology alone. It empowers state agencies to drive IT decisions based on their individual business needs. The culmination of this effort will transform statewide IT operations and service delivery with ever-expanding access to secure, virtual government services for all Coloradans.

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myColorado

myColorado provides secure and convenient access to state services anytime, anywhere. The mobile app includes access to Division of Motor Vehicles services, Colorado Parks and Wildlife's resident fishing licenses, and State of Colorado job openings. The app's contactless Colorado Digital ID™ allows you to create a secure electronic version of your driver license or state identification card for proof of identification, age and address within the state. Visit the site

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Public Safety Communications Network

The Public Safety Communications Network, also known as Digital Trunked Radio (DTR), provides operability and interoperability between public safety agencies and emergency responders to 254 sites across the state and serves more than 1,000 state, local, federal, and tribal agencies using over 121,000 subscriber units. DTR has become the primary method for mission-critical public safety communications across the State.

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Technology Accessibility Program

The Technology Accessibility Program (TAP) was created to help state agencies to provide equal access to state services, programs or activities. OIT, through TAP, gives state agencies tools and resources to implement up-to-date accessibility best practices such as:

OIT helps agencies take the first steps toward improving their services’ accessibility now, and keeping up to date with best practices as they continue to evolve.

Contact us at oit_accessibility@state.co.us!