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Indiana Office of Technology

IOT > Policies, Procedures & Standards > IOT Vendor Day IOT Vendor Day

REGISTER FOR VENDOR DAY HERE 

The Indiana Office of Technology (IOT) will host the next Vendor Day on Thursday, Jan. 22. This will be the fourth biannual Vendor Day, which provides new and existing vendors an opportunity to present a high-level overview of their products and/or services that they believe will benefit the State of Indiana.

The registration period will be at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 6. An email will be sent with the link to the registration page. If you are not on the email list, please sign up here.

Items to note:

1) Do not register to meet with all of the departments and agencies.

2) If you already work with a department or agency on a regular basis, do not meet with them. Vendor Day is an opportunity to meet new potential partners.

3) If you met with a department or agency in August, please do not register to meet with them again.

4) Please try to only register at tables that will be able to use your product or service.

5) If an attendee fails to show up on Vendor Day without first notifying Graig Lubsen the attendee will not be able to register at the next Vendor Day. This has happened in the past and is not fair to those vendors that are in attendance. 

Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email. Please make sure the email says 'CONFIRMED' and not 'PENDING."

Please coordinate within your companies to avoid having multiple sign-ups for the same table. Duplicate company registrations will be deleted. 

Vendor Day will be held in the Indiana Government Center South, in conference rooms A, B & C. Check-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. with the first meetings beginning at 9:05.

For further questions about Vendor Day, please contact Graig Lubsen.

Format:

This is not a traditional event where vendors are setup at booths. State employees are each assigned to a table and vendors are able to sign up for 15 minute time slots to speak with them. 

IOT does not provide any screens or other equipment for the 15 minute presentations. Additionally, there will only be two chairs at each table for vendors, so please limit staff accordingly.

In order to receive information about future Vendor Days, please make sure to sign up for the State CIO Email updates by clicking here.

Vendor Day Table Descriptions

Desktop Services (Dewand Neely/Jeff Allen)

Enterprise client management and support of all end user desktop, mobile and smart devices. Establish standards and address needs of all hardware and software requirements for the state. Management and support spans across all areas that directly impact the end user’s experience.

Server Applications (Jim Rose/Brian Wuchner)

Hosting and support of the physical and virtual windows server across the network.

Shared Services (Jim Rose/Marlin Gross)

Operates shared hosting services, including SharePoint, CRM, Oracle Application Server, Weblogic, Oracle WCC and Citrix.

Data Network (Steve Edwards/John Stipe/Charlie Sharp)

Responsible for the routing and switching network state-wide over the entire lifecycle. Works on advanced networking services including, but not limited to, VPN, QoS, 802.11 WLAN, RADIUS and TACACS authentication.

Voice/Video (Steve Edwards/Mike Hicks/Charlie Sharp)

IOT Voice Services delivers integrated VOIP, call center, web collaboration, video/audio conference bridging and mobile wireless with next generation features for increased mobility, productivity and survivability.

Government Management Information Systems (John Toole/Paul Jasheway)

Identifies common process across state government and implements efficiency solutions. Operates the enterprise suite that streamlines accounting and human resource functions. Please read the attachment for a complete description of this department.

Chief Information Officer (Paul Baltzell)

Oversees IOT at the executive level and makes vendor decisions off of department head input. Views projects from a high-level aspect and speaks with managers to learn specific details.

IN.gov Services, Mobile Development & Project Management (Robert Paglia/Bob Clarke)

IN.gov Program is the organizational entity responsible for IN.gov, maintaining over 250 websites and 166 web applications for public consumption. Focused on developing enterprise web content management, e-commerce, web application and other tools to enhance and manage communications.Manage the Apple iOS Enterprise Developer Agreement and mobile app development for internal apps. Creating and managing the IOT Project Management Office to manage IOT projects and provide oversight to IT project across state government.

Procurement & Department of Administration (Bill Pierce/Mark Hempel)

Manages and reviews all IT related contracts within all executive office agencies. Administers the IT Managed Service Providers program, which utilizes pools of preferred vendors to provide temporary staffing and project-based work.

Data Center & Customer Service (Scarlette Harden)

Operates and manages Data Center infrastructure and mainframe and mid-range servers.

Geographic Information Systems (Jim Sparks)

Facilitates the development, maintenance, distribution, and use of comprehensive statewide geographic data and geospatial technology to assist governments, universities and businesses to address issues affecting the physical, economic and social well-being of citizens.

Architecture, Storage & Database Services (Jim Rose)

Oversees enterprise application architecture, the technology roadmap and reviews application project status across the State. Oversees database management and shared storage services groups.

Information Security (Tad Stahl)

IOT Security is responsible for the establishment and implementation of security policy for the Executive branch of Indiana state government.  The office also works with IOT operational teams and state agencies to ensure confidential data is appropriately protected.

Management & Performance Hub (Josh Marshall)

The Management and Performance Hub operates the business intelligence systems, which support and analyze the achievement of state government.

Family & Social Services Administration (Kevin Jones, Sunil Nair & Ryan Stout)

Family & Social Services Administration is a health care and social service funding agency, serving over one million Hoosiers, including: Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, childcare licensing and inspection, services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, mental health programs, addiction prevention and treatment programs, and services for the elderly.

Dept. of Revenue (Kevin Gulley)

The Indiana Department of Revenue operates multiple tax records and processing systems and interacts with more than 3 million Indiana taxpayers via both traditional and electronic means to process filings and payments for more than 40 different tax types.

Indiana Attorney General (Martin DuRand/Joey Hedrick)

The Office of the Indiana Attorney General helps protect the rights, freedoms and safety you enjoy as a citizen of the Hoosier state. Attorney General Greg Zoeller and his staff are dedicated to meeting the state's legal needs, as well as the needs and interests of its citizens.

Indiana State Police (Mike White)

The Indiana State Police is a full-service law enforcement agency serving the State of Indiana. The department uses technology in a variety of ways to enhance its pursuit to serve the State in an efficient and effective manner.

Department of Child Services (Tony Bender)

The Department of Child Services protects children who are victims of abuse or neglect and strengthens families through services that focus on family support and preservation. The Department also administers child support, child protection, adoption and foster care throughout the state of Indiana.

Department of Transportation (Jay Lytle/Joel Bump)

INDOT manages the capital improvement, operation and maintenance of the Interstate, US Routes and State Routes in Indiana. The Management Information Systems Division creates and supports the enterprise applications and data systems for the agency. INDOT primarily uses .NET/Oracle, with a mixture of COTS and custom built n-tier web and mobile applications.