TBM is a set of best practices for running IT like a business to effectively and consistently communicate the cost of IT along with the business services IT provides. The primary goal of TBM is to provide the ability of IT and business leaders to have data-driven discussions about cost and value of IT to best support business goals.
The OCIO TBM Program is responsible for establishing governance, policies, standards, practices, and processes needed to monitor IT investments on an ongoing basis. Links to TBM Program policies and standards for agency guidance are on the right side of this page.
For reporting and modeling IT costs the Program uses a software product from Apptio.
The IT industry continues to evolve and the TBM program maintains the flexibility to align with ongoing changes.
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