DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ORIGIN


[photo, 45 Calvert St., Annapolis, Maryland] Functions of the Department of Information Technology began within State government in 1993 when certain responsibilities for information technology were assigned to the Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning (Chapter 120, Acts of 1993). To further oversee these responsibilities, the Office of Information Technology was created within the Department of Budget and Management in 1996. The Office of Information Technology reformed as the Department of Information Technology in July 2008 (Chapter 9, Acts of 2008; Code State Finance & Procurement Article, secs. 3A-101 through 3A-606).

45 Calvert St., Annapolis, Maryland, May 1999. Photo by Diane P. Frese. The Department of Information Technology originally was located at this address.


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