The Oklahoma Government Information Technology Association (OGITA) is a not-for-profit group formed as a professional resource for the exchange of information, resources, knowledge, and experience. Membership is open to any government/public entity statewide. Members may be IT Professionals or those who support computers/software as a secondary role in their organization.
The Oklahoma Government Information Technology Association (OGITA) is having its annual conference at the Stillwater Community Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma. OGITA expects the conference to be an educational experience where attendees can network with peers while having the opportunity to learn about emerging technologies.
This year's annual conference will focus on "Enhancing Cyber Security in Government Organizations" and a new focus on "Cyber Security for Industrial Control Systems".
Why should I join OGITA?
With an OGITA membership, your organization will be able to tap into the knowledge and experience of IT Professionals statewide through our website (www.ogita.org), members-only forum, e-mail listserve, monthly roundtable forums, quarterly training sessions, and OML Conference sessions.
How do I join OGITA?
Your membership will allow for two voting members per organization. You may have additional non-voting members who can take advantage of the forum and other members-only benefits
Do I belong in OGITA?
"I'm actually a City Clerk/Treasurer/Librarian, not an IT person, but I
often help others with their computer equipment and/or software, do I
belong in OGITA?"...,Yes! Believe it or not, you also have great
experience and information to share AND you can take advantage of the
experience and knowledge of others in the group. We want to hear your
voice and know what has worked for you and what you may be working on.
We now allow Sponsor Members. These members are vendors who provide services to a member city. See the Membership Benefits page for more information.