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The State of New Jersey Office of Emergency Telecommunication Services
in cooperation with Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint and a select number of Public Safety Agencies have been able to implement Text to 9-1-1 on an interim basis.
NJOIT serves a diverse base of government agencies, each with unique network requirements. The Next-Gen Garden State Network (GSN) is a high-scalable, converged solution designed to support both state and local customers.
Coming soon to an agency near you, New Jersey is partnering with Utah and the National Association of State Procurement Officers (NASPO) to expand access to cloud solutions, including SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS. This cooperative arrangement will increase overall efficiency, reduce costs, improve operational scalability, and enhance collaboration.
Cybersecurity is a critical component of our IT Risk Management approach in today’s digital age. As government agencies expand their cyber footprints, security standards are embedded in our people, processes, and technologies. NJOIT partners with the NJOHSP to identify, detect, and mitigate threats to our government networks.
NJOIT is the exclusive technology services provider of the State of New Jersey. Established in 1984, we are responsible for managing enterprise infrastructure, developing statewide applications, and establishing policies and standards governing State agencies' use of technology.
Neatly situated on the banks of the Delaware River, NJOIT is where technology meets public service. Our technologists are committed to enhancing the productivity of government while achieving greater efficiencies, scalability, and resiliency.
NJOIT's portfolio of professional services is the core of our value proposition. Our service offerings are differentiated by their enterprise nature and tailored knowledge of our clients’ unique business requirements.
Technological innovation demands close partnerships between industry and government. In New Jersey, we are committed to the ethical and professional procurements of the best valued IT products and services.
In accordance with N.J.S.A. 52:18a-230b, NJOIT is responsible for the policies and standards governing State agencies' use of technology. We subscribe to a variety of well-established standards and constantly review our policies to ensure compliance with industry best practices.
The System Architecture Review, or SAR, is intended to assure that technology solutions for the State maximize the benefits of the technology, while minimizing costs and risks.