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Information Technology for Minnesota Government

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About MNIT

Minnesota IT Services (MNIT), the State of Minnesota’s central IT organization, 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. MNIT is at the heart of what makes government work for Minnesota. Learn more about MNIT

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Careers

Join over 2,000 professionals who bring strategic vision to state government as part of Minnesota’s information technology agency. Work for MNIT 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

MNIT 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

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Tech Upgrades at Capitol

The Minnesota State Capitol restoration is complete. As part of the plan to rebuild infrastructure, the Capitol also underwent key technological upgrades and became more accessible to the public.

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Start Your Career with MNIT

Information technology is one of the fastest growing occupational fields with constant demand for professionals. If you’re looking for a pathway to opportunity, the IT profession is calling!

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Securing the State

While MNIT has robust security defense mechanisms, it must constantly be vigilant. Even the most sophisticated cyber-knowledge and tools have their limits against determined hackers.

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Accessible Email Signatures

We’ve all done it: accidentally deleted a voicemail or email which included important information. That feeling of not having access to something important is real for many Minnesotans who use assistive technology.

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