As North Carolina emergency officials spent last week pleading with coastal residents to flee from the potential dangers of Hurricane Dorian, a team with the N.C. Government Data Analytics Center (GDAC) worked behind the scenes to make sure vital medical information would be available electronically across state lines for those displaced by the storm.
 

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ServiceNow is scheduled to be updated from Kingston to Madrid on Oct. 12 (ServiceNow leverages city names for each of their major platform versions). Please see the timeline below for important training and testing events to be aware of.

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Jonathan Shaw will join the N.C. Department of Information Technology on September 16 as general counsel. He has spent more than a decade practicing law with the N.C. Department of Justice, most recently serving as special deputy attorney general for NC DIT. Shaw replaces Lori Fuller, who retired earlier this year.

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NC DIT would like to recognize the telecommunicators working in 911 centers across North Carolina during First Responder Appreciation month. We are proud to support your work through the N.C. 911 Board and deeply appreciate your outstanding service.

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It’s difficult to believe that one year ago this week Hurricane Florence devastated North Carolina.

About 35 inches of water was unleashed with the state having an approximate total of $17 billion in damages. In the time since last September, homes, businesses and lives have been rebuilt, but there is still much left to do, especially after Hurricane Dorian’s visit last week.

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September is National Preparedness Month.
 
Typically, the focus is on hurricanes, tsunamis and other large-scale, massive-impact events with an angle on maintaining the continuity of business. Although this is important and certainly deserving of attention and consideration, preparedness can also play an important role in your personal life.

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Bahama Breeze.  They offer great selections and quick service at affordable prices.
– Melinda Williams, Statewide IT Procurement

Cristo’s at Quail Corners shopping center. The lunch special on Tuesdays and Thursdays is a 12” one-topping personal pizza and drink for $6. Some of the best pizza in town and a real deal to boot!
– Derek Willis, Unified Communications

Bida Manda – the delicious Laotian cuisine, beautiful artwork, and peaceful ambience makes you feel like you’re actually dining in Laos.
– Jessica Middlebrooks, Deputy General Counsel

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On August 1, HR’s Performance Management and Organizational Development Team published the Performance Plan to all DIT staff VIP inboxes. Similar to the annual evaluation, the Performance Plan is configured with relative due dates, meaning it advances to the next workflow step as soon as the previous is submitted. DIT employees can begin their 2019-2020 Performance Plan right now!

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Intro to Tableau

DIT is offering this introductory course to for the beginner Tableau user and anyone that works with data. Tableau is an end-to-end analytics platform that turns data into graphs, reports and dashboards. In this course, you will learn how to:

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