Learn more about the statewide programs that provide information and resources to support IT initiatives within state government for the benefit of the public.
The State of Arizona 9-1-1 Program manages the network and infrastructure of the statewide 9-1-1 system and oversees the state's 9-1-1 excise tax, acting as the financial agent in distributing the funds to the 81 Emergency Communication Centers throughout Arizona.
AZNet III is the official telecommunications program servicing all State of Arizona agencies, boards, and commissions with outsourced voice and networking services and equipment, which are contracted at a predictable, user-based monthly charge.
Data Management is the collection of best practices for managing data throughout its life cycle.
Digital Government is a multidisciplinary program focused on supporting the state and its initiatives through technology, digitization, and modernization of processes.
The Enterprise Computer Hardware Program (ECHP) leverages the state’s purchasing power by consolidating orders for reductions in cost, delivery, and configuration times while guaranteeing delivery and deployment upon request.
Google Workspace is a set of cloud-based applications that allow teams to conveniently share files, attend meetings remotely, enhance workflow, and collaborate with contacts in real-time using almost any device.
Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Suppliers are contracted to consult on agency IT projects over $5 million as required by Arizona Revised Statute 18-104(A)(1)(g).
The State of Arizona has been awarded grant funding to provide cyber resources to local and tribal government entities in Arizona.
The following programs have been sunsetted and will be kept in this archive for approximately one year. (Links within program documentation may not function.)