The Department of Technology and Information (DTI) is the state's central IT organization, chartered to deliver core services to other state organizations and exercise governance over the technology direction and investments of the state. DTI provides innovative enterprise services enabling other organizations to effectively fulfill their missions. Balancing these objectives requires strong collaborative bonds between the DTI and the customer and a mutual commitment to success.

DTI processes nearly 1,921,200 emails daily for state organizations.

Virtual Servers average just 27% of the energy used by traditional servers.

The State firewall handles an average of 1,500 events per second.

DTI stores over 1.3 petabytes of data.

The DTI Enterprise Voice System includes over 4,000 Voice-Over-IP telephones.

In 1997 the State’s connection to the Internet was 1.2Mbps. Today it is 1.2Gbps.

99% of all Delaware state employees successfully completed annual cyber security training.

State agencies that provide critical services have completed a Continuity of Operations Plan.

  • James Collins, Delaware's New CIO
  • James Collins, Delaware's New CIO