Virginia Information Technologies Agency
Virginia builds new model for quantifying cybersecurity risk
Where previously estimations and anecdotes sufficed, a new mathematical model will place precise dollar amounts on the IT security risks the state faces.
Virginia invites tech innovation by keeping its door open
State CIO Nelson Moe said his agency’s created an environment that encourages vendors to share their creative ideas with the commonwealth.
Virginia CIO Nelson Moe seeks COO so he can focus on 'relationship building'
Virginia's top technology official says department heads need help making the most of the state's new IT services model.
Virginia to pay Northrop Grumman $35.8 million to end IT contract
The state settled a lawsuit with the defense contractor to end a 13-year contract as it inaugurates a new multi-vendor IT model.
Virginia announces managed security contract, turns off Northrop Grumman messaging
The state's technology agency has announced two major breakthroughs in a new IT sourcing model: a new managed security services contract and a two-year-old messaging project that has finally broken free from legal delays.
Virginia's GIS advisory board adds two new members
The state is bringing in new talent to guide its geospatial information systems policy and technologies.
Virginia names systems integrator as dispute with Northrop flares
A new vendor named to coordinate service contracts shows progress for state IT. Meanwhile, Virginia stands to incur 4 million in liabilities as it escapes from its estranged contractor.
Virginia resolves dispute with Northrop Grumman, regains access to disaster recovery system
The latest episode in the tumultuous relationship between the state technology agency and its IT vendor comes to a close.
Virginia state IT agency files $300 million counterclaim against Northrop Grumman
The commonwealth claims the vendor is impeding work on contracts with other companies as the agency moves away from a single service provider and completes work on major system upgrades.