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    The Department of Information Technology (DOIT) directs the strategy, delivery, and management of Prince William County government technology with an unwavering commitment to information technology excellence, efficiency, and value for the County’s government, residents, businesses, and visitors. DOIT strives to deliver high-performance government services and to create a technology environment where effective government service experiences are matched with superior community outcomes. Our work was vital to allowing Prince William County's workforce to adapt and face COVID.

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    5 County Complex Court, Suite 270
    Woodbridge, VA 22192
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    New County Website

    Prince William County launched a new website, https://pwcva.gov, on April 30. A DoIT led initiative, the website incorporates a series of best practices in government and private sector website design to improve resident and business engagement with the County government. These include: a consistent navigation experience with one-click access from the homepage, a user-centric, flexible design that delivers a consistent navigation experience, persistent social media, optimized search, accessibility enhancements, and a laser-focus on online service fulfillment.

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    FY 2022 Major IT Initiatives

    The Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) adopted the FY2022 Budget on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Replacement of the Human Capital Management System (HCM) and a continued focus on technology infrastructure improvements are among key initiatives that will increase operational efficiencies, security and further enable nimble, agile government services delivery to Prince William County residents and businesses.

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    Hotspots for Students

    The Prince William County Department of Information Technology (DoIT) recently teamed up with Prince William County Public Schools to buy and distribute 4061 Wi-fi hotspots. Students enrolled in Title I County schools who don’t have reliable access to the internet from home are eligible to receive the devices to support their education during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    DoIT Strategic Plan

    "A future minded enterprise, whether it be government or private industry, must have an IT department that is adaptive and agile. IT departments must be at the forefront of industry changes to offer modern technology services to benefit workforces, customers, and constituents alike. Prince William County Information Technology is changing rapidly to meet and capitalize on the technology industry’s new infrastructure and delivery frameworks with our renewed focus on Quality, Innovation, and Business Partnership, at speed." - Rob Mancini, CIO -