The 9-1-1 Program office has oversight responsibility for the revenues that are collected through the Emergency Telecommunication Service Revolving Fund. Revenues are generated through a telecommunications services excise tax rate of $0.20 per month wireline, wireless and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones. Funds are used to implement and operate emergency telecommunication services (911) through political subdivisions of the state.
The purpose of the Digital Arizona Council is to provide governance, advice, and balanced representation for the stakeholders in the Arizona Broadband Project, which is an initiative to provide high speed internet connectivity to the whole state.
The Digital Government Services Division within ASET is responsible for developing strategies and deploying accessible, reliable and cost-effective digital government services to Arizona government entities. A full complement of services is available to meet the requirements of large and small agencies.
Health Information Exchange (HIE) provides the capability to electronically move clinical information among disparate health care information systems while maintaining the meaning of the information being exchanged. HIE systems facilitate physicians and clinicians meeting high standards of patient care through electronic participation in a patient's continuity of care with multiple providers.
The Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) office is responsible for advancing interoperable communications in Arizona and supporting the Public Safety Communications Advisory Commission (PSCC) and Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee (SIEC) in performance of their missions.