The Oregon CIO’s Electronic Government Program helps Oregon government provide online services to Oregon residents and businesses over the internet.
Our most well know service is Oregon.gov and we manage over 300 different services and are growing at a rate of about 20-30 new government services per year.
Within state government, we are the largest enterprise provider of websites, online payments, Internet applications, transparent government data and collaboration. We have contracted with private industry partners to deliver the services we have managed for over 10 years. Learn more about the E-Government Program.
Explore a new custom service
Oregon government can explore a new service by completing our online form. Our private industry partner will set up a meeting for us to determine if our services are a good fit for what you need. No commitments, just information.
If you do want to use our service, it is a 3 step process: 1) Initiating, 2) Defining and 3) Review & Approvals. To learn more review our How You Can Engage E-Government overview.
Change an existing service
If you have an exisitng service with the E-Government Program and want to make a change, please fill out the online change request form.
Request to use an existing service
To access existing services such as an authoring for your website, access to your applications, the open data transparency portal, Data.Oregon.gov, or the enterprise collaboration portal, Oregon GovSpace, contact your agency Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for this service first. Your SPOC will submit requests to use existing services via the E-Government Service Desk portal.
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