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Local Government

Innovative technology Solutions to Serve Your Constituents 

DIR provides local governments with leading-edge technology that makes your work easier and more effective. When you purchase technology through DIR, you can rest assured you are following all state procurement requirements while taking advantage of the added savings with the purchasing power of the State of Texas.

Local Governments and Cybersecurity

Local governments are required to complete a certified training program annually – including employees with access to a local government computers.

IT Services for Local Governments

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Find IT Solutions
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Customer Eligibility
Local Government organizations are eligible and required to purchase through DIR. Learn more about Customer Eligibility and related statutes.
Customer Eligibility
Schedule of Solicitation Opportunities
Learn more about upcoming solicitations that DIR has in store. Agencies can also submit requests for future solicitation considerations.
Schedule of Solicitation Opportunities
Shared Technology Services (STS)
Save time and money with our managed IT services
Shared Technology Services (STS)
IT Staffing
We can help you augment your IT staff
IT Staffing
How to Order
The steps for ordering a product or service from DIR
How to Order

Why Use DIR?

DIR ensures county and municipal organizations can find and implement the most secure, powerful, and cost-effective technology available. We’re eager to help your organization procure and implement information and communications technology — including data, voice, software, hardware, and more. By utilizing DIR’s purchasing power and expertise, your health, education, transportation, and other critical services can be managed more efficiently and effectively. In fact, local governments have saved more than $61 million by purchasing through DIR (FY19). 

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