Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT) introduces service-oriented mobile apps
The state’s Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) announced this week it is releasing four new mobile responsive applications to provide citizens with easier access to government services and information.
These apps aim to provide easy-to-use solutions for citizens and state employees alike, for tools such as event participation, business and personal license access and renewals, and government services information.
The newly released mobile apps can be downloaded at Going Mobile in Illinois<https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/doit/media/Pages/GoingMobileInIllinois.aspx> and are available for both Apple and Android devices.
The new apps include:
· ILocate: provides tools to find services provided by Illinois state agencies, anytime and anywhere.
· Illinois State Fair App: provides information to enhance the State Fair experience for visitors, volunteers, and vendors.
· Department of Innovation & Technology (DoIT): offers access to technology services, information, and products.
· ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) Student Mobile Portal: helps students and parents with the college-planning process.
DoIT will continue to develop and deploy a wide variety of mobile responsive applications that increase the ways Illinois citizens can access their state government services, as well as streamline how state employees provide those services.
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