Advancing New Mexico
The New Mexico Department of Information Technology is the enterprise technology partner serving and supporting state agencies with innovative solutions to advance the delivery of their core missions and to create progress for all New Mexicans.
Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO)
Enabling successful IT initiatives and supporting business objectives.
Guiding and enhancing the use of geospatial technologies in state government.
New Mexico is working to support universal broadband with Internet access for all that is available, reliable, affordable and equitable.
Public Safety Radio Communications
Enabling interoperable mobile radio communications for public safety, other state agencies, and for various local and federal entities.
Cutting Edge Enterprise Services
The Department of Information Technology is the State of New Mexico’s enterprise information technology service provider. Our department offers services including Enterprise Application and Desktop support, Radio, Voice, Data Netoworking, Hosting and Storage.
Enterprise Application & Desktop Services
Services in the section include the following: Email, Application Maintenance, Software Application Design & Development, Managed Desktop, File and Print Services.
Data Network & Internet Services
Services in the section include the following: Wireless Area Network, Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), Local Area Network, Network Engineering & Design Services
Hosting & Storage Services
Services in the section include the following: Application & Static Website Hosting, Mainframe Hosting, Equipment Hosting, Server Administration, Virtual Machine Equipment Hosting Services
Voice Network Services
Services in the section include the following: Desktop Telephony, Toll Services, Microwave Radio Network, Wireless Voice and Data Services, Audio Conferencing
Grant Program Rules NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Department of Information Technology (“DoIT”) and the Connect New Mexico Council (“Council”), pursuant Paragraphs A and B of Section 9-27-6 NMSA 1978 and Paragraph C of Section 63-9K-4 NMSA 1978, proposes to amend...
Gov. Lujan Grisham and her administration understands the critical importance of keeping first responders safe and making sure they are able to best serve the people of New Mexico.
SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday, signed into law Senate Bill 280 -- the Cybersecurity Act – The Act establishes a Cybersecurity Office which will oversee cybersecurity, and information security related functions across the state Information...