DENVER – The Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) announced today that more than 1 million residents are now using the state’s myColoradoTM app, 40% of which are active on a monthly basis. With this major milestone, approximately one-fifth of Coloradans have created a myColorado account to conveniently access secure identity verification and important state services, anytime and anywhere.
“Colorado is a leader in digital innovation and we are thrilled that so many Coloradans are enjoying the easy to use myColorado app. From renewing your driver's license to the myVaccine Record feature, the myColorado app is easy and convenient, saving people time and money with high-quality government services right at your fingertips,” said Gov. Polis.
One of the first apps of its kind nationwide, Gov. Polis announced the historic launch of myColorado and the Colorado Digital ID on Oct. 30, 2019. Since that time, myColorado has added innovative functions and features to make engaging with state government simple and seamless. Popular offerings include driver license renewal, eTitle, Sales Tax Lookup, Colorado Digital ID™, myVaccine Record, Digital Fishing License and vehicle registration in the Digital Wallet.
“The success and rapid growth of the myColorado app is due in large part to Coloradans’ desire to adopt leading edge technology,” said OIT Chief Information Officer and Executive Director Anthony Neal-Graves. “We want to thank Coloradans for embracing the app we built for them, and encourage more residents to download myColorado and help us reach two million users.”
The state is committed to making government easy and fully digital, as outlined in the Colorado Digital Government Strategic Plan. The myColorado app will continue to play a critical role in the execution of this vision to ensure equitable access to digital government services from a mobile device. Residents can expect to see myColorado’s features and functionality grow over the next several years and beyond.