IT Managed Services

Effective October 2016, the State's ITQ technology vendor list has been expanded, providing agencies even more options to complete technology initiatives.  The OCIO has pre-qualified a total of 33 vendors across the disciplines of application development, cloud computing, infrastructure, and IT business services using the ITQ process. Each vendor may be pre-qualified in one or many service areas.  The new application development discipline includes web development and, as a result, the previous web development ITQ is no longer in effect.

What managed services are available?

Unless otherwise noted, the services listed below are available to all government entities including state and local governments.

Service includes development, design, configuration, and ongoing maintenance of custom developed applications, web content management systems, and customizable off the shelf software. This service offered by pre-qualified ITQ vendors.

Services include implementation, development, configuration, and ongoing administration of pubic, private, or community cloud IT services used by the State of Iowa including Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) configurations.

Service includes the implementation, configuration, and ongoing administration of IT hardware and software including end user computing, networking, information security, mainframe, and data center systems. This service offered by pre-qualified ITQ vendors.

Business and financial support services including, but not limited to: vendor management, IT financial management, data analytics and statistical analysis, IT project management, IT business process management, enterprise architecture, IT assessment services, and IT research and advisory services.

What are the advantages of using an ITQ vendor?

  • Standard State terms and conditions have been negotiated
  • 1st round of qualification complete
  • Provides a streamlined process for purchasing including use of templates to make procurement easier

How do I use managed services?

To use any of the OCIO managed services, send your request via email to OCIOBrokerage@iowa.gov.

Printed from the Office of the Chief Information Officer website on December 17, 2017 at 7:44am.