History
2012 
March 8, Governor Matt Mead signed into law in W.S. 9-2-2901 through 9-2-2907 establishing the Department of Enterprise Technology Services. The mission of the Department of Enterprise Technology Services is to establish and refine a coordinated enterprise information services and technology structure, which increases the ability of state agencies to deliver quality cost effective services to the citizens of Wyoming. 

2011 
April 25, Governor Matt Mead appoints Flint Waters as the third State CIO. Mr. Waters will provide the strategic leadership and technology direction for the State and is responsible for oversight and management of enterprise technology initiatives. Prior to his CIO role, Mr. Waters was the Chief Technology Officer for the forty-nine Internet Crime Against Children (ICAC) task forces and was the Chief Security Officer for TLO from 2008 through 2010. 

2007 
March 13, Governor Dave Freudenthal appoints Robert von Wolffradt as the second State CIO Mr. Robert von Wolffradt has served as Director of Information Services for Snohomish County in Washington state. He has extensive experience with leadership in government operations as well as a background in the private sector, leading technology companies through challenging times.

2006
Duties previously assigned to the Department of Administration and Information were transferred to State Chief Information Officer through SEA0034, which is to be selected by the Governor. Additions were also made to the State Chief Information Officer duties.

2005 
Legislation is passed through SEA0075 establishing the position of state chief information officer by statute and transferring duties from the online government commission to the chief information officer effective
July 1.

2003 
March 4, Governor Dave Freudenthal appoints Larry Biggio as the first State CIO. Mr. Larry Biggio began his state career in 1974 as a computer programmer for the data-services division. He has served as a financial-systems analyst and supervisor and audit division director for the state Auditor's Office. From 1987 to 1996, Mr. Biggio served CFO for the Wyoming Department of Family Services. He returned to the Auditor's Office in 1997 as a division administrator and in 2000 joined the Education Department.

2002 
SEA0043 of the 56th Wyoming Legislature, 2002 Special Session, authorized the Governor to employ either directly or through a contractual arrangement a chief information officer effective July 1. The Department of A&I transferred the Information Planning and Coordination Division to the Office of CIO in November, 2002.

The mission of the Office of the Chief Information Officer is to establish and refine an information technology structure, which increases the ability of state agencies to deliver quality, cost effective services to the residents of Wyoming.