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Information Technology for Minnesota Government

MN.IT Services, led by Minnesota’s Chief Information Officer, is Minnesota's Information Technology (IT) agency. We provide a full range of services for Minnesota’s executive branch agencies, boards, councils and commissions, and offer a subset of those services for other state government entities and education institutions. MN.IT Services sets IT strategy, direction, policies and standards for the State. We build, maintain and secure the State’s IT infrastructure and thousands of applications that support the State’s online services for Minnesota’s citizens. We help make the business of government run. Learn more about MN.IT.


Agency News


  • Celebrating 25 years of ADA

    July 21, 2015  —  2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. As part of the celebration, The Office of Accessibility, a program of MN.IT Services, has created an infographic that looks at key milestones that impact Minnesotans and accessible information technology.
  • Baden Named MN State CIO

    January 14, 2015  —  Governor Mark Dayton and Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith have announced the appointment of Thomas A. Baden, Jr. State Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Commissioner of MN.IT Services.


Press Releases


  • National Poster Contest Winner

    June 11, 2015  —  MN.IT Services is proud to announce that one of this year’s state winners of the Minnesota Kids Safe Online Poster Contest is named a national winner. The National Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) announced that 5th Grader Grace Schafhauser from Transfiguration Catholic School in Oakdale is a winner in its Cyber Security Awareness National Calendar Contest.
  • Accessibility Awareness Day

    May 21, 2015  —  Every citizen has the right to an accessible government. With this, the State of Minnesota joins a worldwide effort in celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), a day to get people thinking and talking about digital (web, software, mobile) accessibility and users with different disabilities.