Department of Administrative Services
We serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon.
Annual Performance Measures
The Enterprise Information Strategy and Policy Division leads the planning, management and policy development for information resources across state government. The division's administrator serves as Oregon's Chief Information Officer (State CIO).
The division is made up of five sections: Administration, E-government (Electronic Government); Enterprise Security Office, Geospatial Enterprise Office; and Information Technology Investment and Planning.
Functional Organization Chart (pdf)
OCIO Transition Plan
Rate and assessment information for 2011-2013:
DAS Price List (pdf)
Oregon's Electronic Government (E-gov) Program helps state agencies move information, forms, and payment processes to the Internet. Citizens and businesses can then get the government services and information they need, when they need them. E-gov has established a reliable infrastructure for Internet services, and is now developing and delivering a variety of fee payment and other web-based systems that support the needs of state agencies and their citizen customers. Internet tools make it easier for citizens and agencies to use the Internet to interact with each other, and allow business activities to occur after regular business hours.
Enterprise Security Office
The Enterprise Security Office (ESO) leads the effort to make sure that the state's computing and networking resources are kept safe and secure. ESO ensures that Oregon government protects citizen information. ESO leads development of information resource policies that help agencies protect private or sensitive information from improper access or distribution.
Geospatial Enterprise Office
Led by of the Statewide GIS Coordinator, the Geospatial Enterprise Office (GEO) coordinates state agencies’ development and stewardship of geographic data. GEO supports statewide communication about Geographic Information Systems (GIS) issues, and helps develop Oregon's GIS data standards. GEO is the state's first point of contact for other agencies and organizations interested in Oregon’s geographic data or GIS systems. GEO hosts the Oregon Geospatial Data Clearinghouse (a website that provides access to statewide geospatial data for the state of Oregon).
IT Investment and Planning
The Information Technology Investment and Planning (ITIP) Section leads statewide IT-related planning, budgeting, and policy development. The ITIP Section:
- Provides state leaders the information needed for IT-related decision-making;
- Develops and implements state IT management strategies, rules, policies, standards and processes;
- Is responsible for the state's IT portfolio and asset management programs;
- Provides leadership for complex, government-wide IT initiatives;
- Is responsible for monitoring and overseeing the state's major IT projects; and
- Provides support to the State CIO and IT-related governance bodies.
EISPD History - September 2006 Reorganization