Why WVNET ?
Through consolidation of equipment, software, licenses and personnel, WVNET is able to offer top-quality technology at a great savings to customers.
Centralized expertise provides superior support for a wide range of technologies without requiring additional personnel at institutions.
Our mission is to enhance education though technology in West Virginia. Your success is our highest priority.
Serve as an information technology center for the colleges, universities, K-12 and government in WV to promote the use of information technology throughout WV
Monitor the purchasing and supporting hardware, software, and information technology services in a cost-effective manner, and within the framework of a cooperative association with its members.
Ensure and promote that professional knowledge base among all WVNET agencies and central staff by encouraging professional development, providing training opportunities and literature.
Provide a Policy Board structure that will:
- Serve as a final clearinghouse for IT policy, problem resolution and IT planning
- Become a unifying body for collaborative issues
- Establish sub-committee structures that:
- Are organized
- Meet on a regular/plus needs basis
- Share/Distribute minutes electronically
- Use standard forms for policy and planning requests
Judge Dan O'Hanlon
West Virginia Network for Educational Telecomputing
November 2010 – Present
Vice Chancellor for Technology
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
2010 – Present
Circuit Court Judge
Chief Judge, 6th Judicial Circuit
January 1985 – October 2010 (25 years 10 months)
Operational Directive 9901In November 1998 the Governor’s Office of Technology issued Operational Directive 9901
major management, control, and support role for the emerging unified state network
State government, K-12, public libraries and county government
Centralized State Resource
WVNET reacts to customer needs by providing efficient cost-effective technology deployment, services and support.
Senate Bill 653effective July 1, 2000
In accordance with Senate Bill 653 (PDF), effective July 1, 2000, WVNET reports to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC).