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Information Technology for Minnesota Government

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About MN.IT Services

As the State of Minnesota’s central IT organization, MN.IT provides IT programs and services to agencies, boards and councils. Our work stretches across the executive branch of state government – from social services to education, to law enforcement and more. MN.IT Services is at the heart of what makes government work for Minnesota. Learn about MN.IT Services

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Join over 2,000 professionals who bring strategic vision to state government as part of Minnesota’s information technology agency. Work for MN.IT Services and be part of a cutting-edge organization that is emerging as a national leader in government IT. Career Opportunities

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Security Resources

MN.IT Services manages all information technology security practices for the State of Minnesota. We'd like to share some cyber security tips with you for keeping yourself and your devices safe at home and at work.  Security Resources

Agency News

What is Under Your House

Have you ever wondered what type of geology is under your house? How about the age of the soils and bedrock that lay underneath your feet? The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) “What’s Under Your House” app answers these questions and much more!

Connecting with Your State

The State of Minnesota offers free apps and online resources that makes living in Minnesota easier, safer and more enjoyable. Connect MN is a collection apps and mobile sites that encourage all those living in and visiting Minnesota to explore, discover and connect with Minnesota.

Stem Day at the Fair

On Thursday, August 25, 2016, Minnesota State Fair attendees participated in STEM Day (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). This annual event encourages students, parents, educators, and the public to participate in hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations.

The Internet of Smart Living

Technology guides how we think, work and are entertained. Today we are more connected with everyone and everything around us. This connected world we live in is all part of “Internet of Things” and it may very well lead to a smarter way of living in smarter cities.

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