The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is a division-level
organization within the Florida Department of Transportation. OIT
supports the Department's five-year work program by managing an
automated information-processing environment that is reliable,
secure, cost-effective and responsive. OIT program resources are
employed to educate department personnel in the use and application
of information technology to accomplish the objectives and
operations of the Department. OIT activities and resources provide
for the processing, storing and retrieval of data, system
development and maintenance, statewide computer network management,
information security administration, and general information
consulting services supporting the Department.
The Agency Chief Information Officer (CIO) serves as the director of OIT. There are 4 primary divisions within OIT headed by managers who report to the Chief Information Officer. These primary divisions are the Application Services, CyberSecurity, Integration Services, and Information Technology Services. To learn more, please click Divisions.
It is the MISSION of the Office of Information Technology to ensure the delivery of systems and an information technology infrastructure that meets the dynamic needs of its user base, is reliable, available, and protected, and that promotes the quality delivery of technology services and support.
The VISION of the Office of Information Technology is serving the needs of the Department’s internal and external customers by ensuring the quality delivery of systems and an information technology infrastructure that is free from unexpected down time, unauthorized access or loss and the use of which is intuitive and inspires innovative business processes that support the accomplishment of departmental objectives.
Our VALUES are Integrity, Respect, Commitment, One FDOT, Trust, Performance Excellence.