New Jersey's State government is a complex, multi-billion-dollar enterprise that could not function without a reliable core of computer capability and technological expertise. The mission of the Office of Information Technology (OIT) is to faithfully provide that capability to Executive Branch agencies, on behalf of the State's taxpayers.

OIT facilitates the cost-effective administration of IT operations within the Executive Branch by establishing an enterprise architecture based upon meaningful standards; maintaining a secure, reliable and cost-efficient IT infrastructure; maximizing opportunities for data sharing and integration; supporting the development and appropriate oversight of agency IT projects; and expanding e-Government applications to improve service to citizens and businesses.

For more on how OIT helps manage the technology for New Jersey's State government, see OIT's annual reports: