T​he Wisconsin Department of Administration's​ Division of Enterprise Technology collaborates with Wisconsin tribes​​to develop efficient and effective information technology services to best serve those living and working in Wisconsin.​​​​​​

​​Tribe​ Resources

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Interested in extending services into the cloud? DET can share what they have been doing to broker cloud services and some considerations for ​alignment with the business, architecture, and security.

​​​​Establishing a sound security program is important for the State of Wisconsin. DET is here to help you with ​cybersecurity standards and resources. ​

Looking for enterprise contracts and tools that your group can​​ take advantage of? The State Bureau of Procurement can help with valuable resources, tools, and tips/tricks​ for best practices.

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DOA Division of Intergovernmental Relations (DIR)​​

DIR provides support services in land use planning, land information, boundary review, plat review, demography, and coastal management programs. Connect to see all the resources they have available to strengthen relationships in the State of Wisconsin.

​​DOA Gaming

The focus of the Gaming Division is to protect the integrity ​​of Gaming in Wisconsin. Find forms, regulations, procedures, compacts, auditing, and other information relevant to gaming in Wisconsin.​​

Account Assistance​​

The States Web Access Management System (WAMS) allows authorized individuals to access State Internet applicationsVisit account assistance for self-registration, profile management, account recovery, and contact support​.

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Do you want access to technological and communication resources and tools to improve teaching and learning? DET has opportunities for your group to accelerate the use of technology and telecommunications to allow students to learn without barriers. 


Wisconsin has state-wide network options that serve all 72 counties. Find additional information on the service offerings, roles and responsibilities, and other key information.