Statewide IT Programs
Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) is a Virginia state agency that provides state and local government with a central source for meeting their information technology needs.
Virginia Society for Technology in Education The Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE) was founded in 1986 as the Virginia Educational Computing Association and is Virginia's affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology Virginia's CIT increases the Commonwealth's economic competitiveness and quality of life by advancing the development of Virginia as a technology state and by creating and retaining technology-based jobs and businesses.
Center for Organizational and Technological Advancement Virginia Tech established COTA in 1994 to foster economic development and continuing education initiatives with a special emphasis on connecting university research to the needs of Virginia's industrial, commercial, governmental, academic, and professional organizations.
Virginia Electronic Commerce Technology Center VECTEC distributes user-friendly means by which e-commerce technologies can be adopted by the general business and governmental communities of Virginia.
Technology Applications Center TAC provides direct engineering and manufacturing assistance in the solution of product, process and systems problems using traditional and innovative techonology; application of information technology to enhance the company's performance and the introduction of new technology through specific applications.
SEVAnet's mission is to promote the use of information technologies by the business and governmental communities in the Hampton Roads region.