• COT Services

    COT offers a variety of services and works hard to support the special needs of our customers. If you have questions about how to request a service or procure an IT item, please take a look through our Frequently Asked Questions.
  • IT Infrastructure Initiative

    Governor Beshear's Executive Order 2012-880 "Regarding the Centralization of Information Technology Infrastructure Resources across the Commonwealth" directs the executive branch to adopt a centralized Information Technology (IT) infrastructure services model. The Information Technology Infrastructure Initiative (I.3) is the program by which COT will perform that centralization.
  • Metrics

    The Commonwealth Office of Technology is committed to bringing value and innovation to Kentucky through technology and services. Utilizing the Balanced Scorecard methodology and other significant measures, COT reviews a number of metrics to ensure we are providing a quality customer experience. These metrics provide us, and our customers, with a scorecard of our performance.
  • Security Awareness

    The Commonwealth Office of Technology (COT) Office of the Chief Information Security Officer promotes a culture of security in Information Technology by providing online security training opportunities. 

     

    The following video is one example of the efforts to bring security awareness to state government and to the citizens of the Commonwealth.

     

    You are the Target, Don't be the weakest link! (video)

  • Service Desk

    The Service Desk provides assistance and support for all statewide customers who use the Commonwealth of Kentucky's IT infrastructure shared services.
    Commonwealth Service Desk staff are Help Desk Institute ‘Customer Service Representative’ certified professionals fully qualified to help resolve your specific issue.
     

     

Alerts COT Alert Feed

OCT25

Salato Center hosts Halloween Walk with the Animals

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Salato Wildlife Education Center (Game Farm)
502-564-7863

Ghosts and goblins of all ages can join the fun. Admission to this kid-safe, trick-or-treat event is $5 a person. Members get in free. The event is most appropriate for kids under the age of 11 and their parents. Little trick-or-treaters are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes. For more information: http://migration.kentucky.gov/newsroom/kdfwr/101720143.htm