Digital Services


Digital Assets

The State Media Library is a partnership among agencies to centrally store and share thousands of digital assets (photos, videos, audio clips) for use internally and publicly. 

Visit The State Media Library


  • Unlimited user accounts
  • Granular permissions to control by individual or group who can view, download, and share assets
  • Single sign on with NDGOV accounts
  • Embed assets and slideshows in external websites
  • Resize, crop, and change file format during download
  • Advanced metadata tagging to manage large asset collections
  • Create asset collections to be shared internally or externally, via a link or email attachment
  • Crowdsourcing through citizen or employee submitted assets


  • Department of Health
  • Department of Commerce
  • Department of Transportation
  • Information Technology Department
  • Parks and Recreation


  • All agencies and the public can view and download assets, or submit one-off assets to the library, for free.
  • Agencies that wish to have their own storage space and user groups pay $255/mo. 

Other Resources

Creating and enabling useful digital services for everyone

We do this through

  • Best Practices and standards
  • Common platforms, services, and tools
  • Training and thought leadership
  • A statewide community of practice

In 2021, we're focusing on

  • Migrating websites to a common statewide website platform
  • Launching an enterprise website quality service to ensure sites are free from accessible issues, spelling errors, broken links, and outdated content
  • Writing helpful standards and guidelines to elevate all state sites to a consistent and high bar
  • Creating in-depth training and certification programs for website content authors