Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA)

Virginia completes migration to cloud-enabled data center

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The last of 65 commonwealth agencies have finished their moves to a new cloud-ready data center, leaving Virginia's old data facility empty.

Virginia IT agency loses another senior leader

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Demetrias Rodgers, the Virginia Information Technologies Agency's deputy COO, announced he's leaving state government after six years.

Virginia Gov. Youngkin names transportation IT chief as CIO

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Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin named Robert "Bob" Osmond as the new statewide chief information officer after a four-month search.

Longtime Virginia CIO Nelson Moe exits

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Moe led the commonwealth's IT policy for six-and-a-half years, including a major transition from single-source procurement to a multi-vendor model.

Youngkin picks former Fed CIO to oversee Virginia's IT

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Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin named Margaret "Lyn" McDermid to lead the Department of Administration, which includes the state's IT agency and elections department.

Virginia plans to launch AI-as-a-service in 2022

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The state, which previously offered robotic process automation as a service to its agencies, plans a similar approach with artificial intelligence.

Virginia launches statewide RPA service

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The Virginia Information Technology Agency says its new statewide robotic process automation service is a first-in-the-nation offering.

Virginia awards $82.5 million contract for 'core messaging services'

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Virginia gave NTT Data a five-year contract that will allow agencies to choose between vendors for messaging, storage, email and mobile-device management.

Virginia's new cloud-enabled data center went live

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A data center migration is "well ahead of schedule" for its 2022 completion, officials told StateScoop.

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