All public-facing content, including websites, applications, documents and media, blog posts, and social media content. Certain non-public-facing content that must also comply. Examples include: All electronic content used for official business to communicate: emergency notifications, initial or final decisions adjudicating administrative claims or proceedings, internal or external program or policy announcements, notices of benefits, program eligibility, employment opportunities or personnel actions, formal acknowledgements or receipts, questionnaires or surveys, templates or forms, educational or training materials, and web-based intranets.
Data Centers are facilities that house and protect critical IT equipment supporting delivery of government services including the space, power, environment controls, racks, cabling and external labor.
We distinguish between Agency Data Centers, and the State Data Centers because by statute we are directed to migrate TO the State Data Center and away from Agency Data Centers.
State Data Centers include:
NOTE: This definition is used in the TBM program and also reside in Standard 113.30: TBM Taxonomy.
The processes, procedures, systems, IT infrastructure, data, and communication capabilities that allow each agency to manage, store, and share information in pursuit of its business mission, including but not limited to:
Defines the set of capabilities to facilitate collection of data and information
Defines the set of capabilities to support the transfer of knowledge to the end customer.
Support the maintenance and administration of data that describes data
Computer application readable description of capabilities, requirements, general characteristics, abstract message operations, concrete network protocols, endpoint addresses, and structure and content of messages received by and sent by the service.