We are Transform Hawaii Government
We advocate improving government business practices through technology to ensure that policymakers, state employees, local residents and businesses have convenient and secure access to reliable information and data on demand. Our goal includes government services that are streamlined, integrated and delivered in ways that exceed the expectations of the public and the needs of Hawaii’s businesses.
We aim to keep Hawaii Government accountable.
In 2018, the Hawaii Legislature passed HCR 94 to request an update to the state’s IT Strategic Plan for improving the delivery of information and services to citizens, businesses and all those who work with and rely on our state government.View The Plans
Are these projects on track?
Tax System Modernization
80% On Time
Read about Transform Hawaii Government in the news.
Jul 20, 2020
Redesigned ehawaii.gov Launched
NIC Hawaii and the State of Hawaii Office of Enterprise Technology Services are pleased to announce the launch of the redesigned Hawaii.gov, portal.ehawaii.gov.
Jun 5, 2020
New Time and Leave System Replaces Manual, Paper-Based Timesheets for State Employees
The state recently launched a new digital time and leave system to create greater accuracy and efficiency in its payroll process. The first group of employees transitioned to the new system in time for the June 5th pay day.
Feb 10, 2020
Statewide effort to modernize financial systems begins with HIDOE
The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) is leading the state’s effort by modernizing its Financial Management System (FMS), a vital accounting platform that processed more than $1.5 billion in payroll transactions and $840 million in non-payroll transactions for HIDOE.
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