$20 million in CARES Act funding will be used to build out additional infrastructure across Delaware, gather strategic data through a statewide speed survey, and acquire equipment and services for families in financial need.
Teams from Padua Academy, Charter School of Wilmington and MOT Charter School receive top scores DOVER, Del. — Governor John Carney and Chief Information Officer (CIO) James Collins congratulate Delaware’s winners of the Girls Go CyberStart program sponsored by the SANS Institute. From February 10 through May 21, more than 15,600 young high school women representing nearly […]
Media Contact: Christina Dirksen, Strategic Communications Manager, DTI (302) 739-9500 Christina.Dirksen@delaware.gov DigiGirlz Program Contacts: Claudette Martin-Wus, DTI (302) 739-9636, email@example.com HANDS-ON TECH DAY FOR 8TH AND 9TH GRADE GIRLS DOVER, Del. — Registration is now open for Delaware DigiGirlz Day 2020, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary! Girls in the 8th and 9th grades (or […]
Department of Technology and Information | Date Posted: Monday, January 27, 2020
DOVER, Del. — The Delaware Department of Technology and Information (DTI) is pleased to announce that Justin Day has been promoted to serve as Chief of Partner Services. In his new role, Justin will lead the new Office of Partner Services — which will be comprised of Partner Engagement, End-User Services, and Statewide IT Support […]
Partnership aims to empower young women to pursue STEM careers DOVER, Del. — Governor John Carney and Chief Information Officer (CIO) James Collins on Wednesday announced that Delaware will again partner with the SANS Institute on an initiative to introduce Delaware high school girls to careers in cybersecurity through Girls Go CyberStart – an interactive, online […]