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Governor Dayton’s $45.689 million cyber security package addresses our biggest risks in cyber security at the state. We can’t wait. The number and sophistication of attacks is skyrocketing and government is a direct target. Click here to read more about MN.IT’s Cyber Security initiatives.

Fighting Bird Flu with Technology

View the State of Minnesota's response to the avian flu (March - June 2015) in this infographic

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Accessibility Matters

What is accessible information and communications technology? Why is it important? What is your role as a state employee? Learn more about available information, tools and resources.

Information Technology for Minnesota Government

About MN.IT Services

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



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

Security Resources

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

Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Today, as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, MN.IT's Office of Accessibility is taking time to raise awareness about accessibility across the State of Minnesota. We encourage you to take part in our No Mouse Challenge and think about your own impact on accessibility and our friends who depend on these services and features.

2016 Kids Safe Online Contest Winners

Approximately 300 students participated in the contest, which was open to public, private and home-schooled students in grades K-12. This year’s artwork focused on themes such as staying safe on social networking sites, preventing cyber-bullying, protecting against viruses, and practicing good cyber-ethics.

MN.IT Co-Authors National Report

The Office of Accessibility, a program of MN.IT Services, recently lent its expertise to a nationwide report published by the National Association of Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) about accessibility requirements in IT procurement.

Governor Proclaims Cyber Security Month

As our lives become increasingly dependent on technology and cyberspace, criminals, terrorists and nation-states are finding new ways to leverage this technology to steal our information or disrupt our daily lives. To bring attention to cyber security, Governor Dayton has proclaimed October as “Cyber Security Awareness Month.”

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