This term, as used in TBM policy and accompanying standards is defined per our current TBM product. A ‘project’ is a discrete area within the product in which datasets, models, metrics and reports reside; these are configured according to specific business rules defined by the project administrator. Agency-specific projects allow for greater reporting accuracy than the multi-agency project, which allows less granularity and customization of business rules.
A set of best practices for running IT like a business - and more importantly for effectively and consistently (using a data-driven agreed upon framework) communicating not just the cost of IT, but also attributing that cost to business services. Key to TBM is the ability of IT and business leaders to have data-driven discussions about cost and value of IT to best support business goals.
Telework is the practice of working from home or other alternative locations closer to home through the use of technology which allows the employee to access normal work material (email, telephone, electronic documents, etc.). Telework may be scheduled or done on an ad hoc basis.
Threat and Vulnerability Management involves all functions pertaining to the protection of federal information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruptions, modification, or destruction, as well as the creation and implementation of security policies, procedures and controls. It includes all risk and controls tracking for IT systems.
The process of submitting, approving, and adjusting an employee's work hours and planned/unplanned leave hours
The total project cost, also known as the comblined level of efffort, includes all associated costs, from planning through closeout, of state, vendor, or both, in order to purchase, acquire, gather and document requirements, design, develop or configure, plan or conduct testing, and complete implementation of the project.
Training is activities designed to develop employees' job-related knowledge and skills for present job assignments as well as future career development goals. The enterprise level administrative function is the maintenance of training records for state employees.
Activities associated with planning, preparing, and monitoring of business related travel for an organization's employees
An IT system or network that is recognized automatically as reliable, truthful, and accurate without continual validation or testing.