The purpose of this page is to publish data related to the state's IT performance, and is part of a series of public reports developed by the OCIO. This dashboard contains information about IT Project Assessments completed by agencies, IT projects under OCIO oversight, and IT fiscal information for state agencies. This dashboard is updated monthly on the 17th of each month, or the first business day immediately after the 17th.
Information Technology (IT) portfolio management provides a framework that supports the art and science of making decision about technology investments. Portfolio management includes a mix of policy, asset allocation and resourcing that balances risk against performance. A mature portfolio management practice enables integration of business and technology planning in support of the organization’s strategic plan, mission, goals and objectives.
Periodically the OCIO prepares a state strategic information technology plan, which establishes a statewide mission, goals, and objectives for the use of information technology, including goals for electronic access to government records, information, and services. The plan is based on current and evolving OCIO policies, stakeholder input, and the legislative environment. If you have questions about the strategy ahead of publication, please contact the OCIO.
This guide will help you prepare and manage your agency’s technology portfolio. It describes the role planning plays in the portfolio management process; provides a practical approach to making technology investment decisions; and introduces tools to assist you in the process. Use of the concepts and tools presented are not mandated. Agencies may select other methods and processes to make technology investment decisions.