We were established to promote an open, transparent, and responsive Hawaii government.
In 2011, with the help of Omidyar Ohana and Technology Transformation Funds administered by the Hawaii Community Foundation, THG provided support for a baseline assessment of the state’s IT systems, development of an initial strategic plan, hiring the state’s first full-time Chief Information Officer, and resources for demonstration projects.
Since then, our community coalition network of citizens worked to build public support, help shape the outcome, and hold the government accountable. Today, we continue to ADVOCATE, EDUCATE, FACILITATE and INNOVATE to move progress forward…
An informed and engaged public supported by a responsive government, working together to improve the quality of life for Hawai‘i and its people.
Making informed decisions for better outcomes, increasing the quality of life for Hawai‘i’s people.
State employees are empowered and data is organized into information and used to meet business objectives.
Data Aggregation and Analysis
Data is gathered and integrated from various state departments and services: Tax System Modernization and Payroll Processing.
Core IT Infrastructure and Business Processes
Hardware; Software; Cybersecurity; Privacy; Enterprise Resource Planning
Vision and mission
Our coalition advocates improving government business practices through technology to ensure 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.Learn More
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Knowledge is power and data, when made publicly available, is a fundamental tool that can spark innovation and entrepreneurial development, foster collaboration between government and the community, and ultimately create better services for citizens.
Hawaii Open Data