An Enterprise Vision for IT in Nebraska focuses on nine strategic initiatives which promote the effective use of technology within the State of Nebraska, as well as education, economic development, local government, and health care.
The Rural Nebraska Healthcare Network Broadband Fiber Network, Interface: The Web School, and Nebraska 4-H Robotics FIRST Lego League (FFL) were recognized as outstanding broadband projects by the Nebraska Broadband Initiative.
The NITC received over $2.7 million in funding to support greater adoption of health information exchange. Grant partners include NeHII and UNMC.
The Community Council addresses issues related to the use and availability of information technology and broadband in Nebraska communities.
The Education Council represents public and private K-12 education, and public and private higher education, as it advises the Commission on matters related to educational technology.
The eHealth Council facilitates discussions among eHealth initiatives in the state and makes recommendations to the NITC regarding the adoption and interoperability of eHealth technologies.
The GIS Council develops strategies, standards and policies as it relates to the creation and use of geospatial data and geographic information system technologies for Nebraska.
The State Government Council provides direction and oversight for state government information technology vision, goals and policy.
The Technical Panel is responsible for reviewing technology related budget requests, monitoring project implementation, reviewing grant applications, and recommending technical standards and guidelines.
Network Nebraska aims to improve and enhance the statewide backbone, aggregation and procurement of commodity Internet, and development of future network services.
The Nebraska Broadband Initiative is focused on increasing broadband adoption and use across Nebraska.
NebraskaMAP is the public's access to geospatial data in Nebraska. It is responsible for being the only authoritative clearinghouse for state government data.
A listing of bills and resolutions relating to information technology before the Nebraska Legislature.
Technical standards, guidelines, architectures, and resource documents providing rules and guidance for the implementation and use of various technologies.