DENVER - Today, the National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) announced the finalists for their coveted 2023 State IT Recognition Awards. These prestigious annual awards honor innovative projects and excellence in the use of information technology in state government to address critical business problems, improve business processes and elevate customer experience.
Governor Polis Thanks State CIO and OIT Executive Director Anthony Neal-Graves, Following Retirement Announcement
DENVER - Today, Governor Polis released a statement announcing the retirement of Anthony (Tony) Neal-Graves, the Chief Information Officer and Executive Director of the Office of Information (OIT), and thanked him for his leadership and dedication to serving Colorado.
Timniyha Owens-Staples Honored as one of the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 40 Under 40 Business Leaders
DENVER - Timniyha Owens-Staples (they/them/theirs), an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist at the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT), was recently honored by the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce as one of its 2023 40 Under 40 Business Leaders.
Bennet, Hickenlooper, Polis Welcome Over $826 Million in Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Funding for Colorado from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
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Colorado Broadband Office Opens Applications for $162 Million to Fund Broadband Infrastructure Projects
DENVER - Today, the Advance Colorado Broadband (Advance-CPF) grant program begins taking applications for the federal Capital Projects Fund (CPF) program, part of COVID-19 pandemic rescue funding. CPF money will address critical needs that resulted from or were made apparent by the COVID-19 public health emergency. Colorado has $162 million to award for infrastructure projects that connect homes and businesses to high-speed internet.
Governor Polis signs Bipartisan Senate Bill 23-183, removing the biggest barrier to connecting all Coloradans to high-speed internet
DENVER - Today, Governor Jared Polis signed the bipartisan Senate Bill 23-183 (SB23-183), removing the biggest barrier to providing all Coloradans with access to high-speed broadband and allowing the state to capitalize on upcoming federal broadband funding for capital projects and digital adoption programs.
DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife has expanded the products hunters, anglers and park users may carry digitally through myColorado™, the State of Colorado’s official mobile app™. Residents holding small game hunting or combo licenses and all associated permits will be able to display these products within the myColorado app. The Keep Colorado Wild Pass is also displayed within the app as a part of your vehicle registration.
Lt. Governor Primavera Announces New Tool to Assist Blind and Low-Vision Coloradans Navigate State Locations and Digital Services
DENVER - Today, Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera announced the Polis-Primavera administration is now offering a digital tool to help people access state services in real time. Aira provides Coloradans who are blind or have low vision access to live visual interpreters at no cost for up to 30 minutes per session when navigating state-operated locations and digital services. The goal of this program is to allow Coloradans to more easily access government services independently.
Lt. Governor Primavera Announces Statewide Initiative to Increase Affordable Connectivity Program Adoption
DENVER – Lt. Governor Primavera announced a statewide initiative to increase awareness of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), a long-term benefit to help eligible households pay for high-speed internet.
DENVER - The Colorado Broadband Office (CBO), under the Governor’s Office of Information Technology, announces a new Broadband Mapping Hub (Hub) available at broadbandhub.colorado.gov.