The Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) has been chosen as an honoree for the CIO 100 Awards presented by IDG’s CIO magazine. OIT’s Data Insights Platform was recognized as for its innovation and use of IT to create business value.
Jonathan Trull, Chief Information Security Officer, was chosen as one of the "People Who Made A Difference in Cybersecurity 2013" by the SANS Institute. This award recognizes the significance of the implemention of Secure Colorado to better protect state assets and data.
The Governor's Office of Information Technology received the ISM 2013 Recognition Award for Excellence in Human Services Technology (Application of New Technologies category). The award is in recognition of OIT's implementation of database-as-a-service for the Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS), the system that determines eligibility for state-managed programs like Medicaid, Food Assistance and more.
The Governor's Office of Information Technology received the Apex 2013 Technology Project of the Year award for its implementation of the Colorado Information Marketplace (CIM). CIM takes Best of Breed ideas from the private sector to create a reusable, transparent and trusted environment for data sharing and gives Coloradans access to information that was previously unavailable or difficult to obtain.
OIT is recognized by IDG's CIO magazine as one of the CIO 100 award winners! OIT was recognized for its innovative use of technology in regard to the Colorado Benefits Management System (CBMS), the system that determines eligibility for state-managed programs like Medicaid, Food Assistance (SNAP) and Children's Basic Health Plan.