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stock image of blue colored people surrounding a missing puzzle piece.Governance helps an enterprise ensure that it is investing its limited resources in alignment with the strategic direction
desired by leadership.


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1.0 Introduction  [586 KB]

1.1 Purpose
1.2 Scope
1.3 Document Overview
1.4 Associated Documents

2.0 Governance  [589 KB]

2.1 Enterprise Investment Life Cycle (EILC)

3.0 Governance Structure  [860 KB]

3.1 Executive Leadership Council (ELC)
3.2 CIO Council (CIOC)
3.3 IT Steering Committee
3.4 Working Groups

4.0 Enterprise Architecture Methodology  [1,063 KB]

4.1 Enterprise Architecture (EA) Practice
4.2 Basis for the Framework, Methodology, and Delivery
Process Associated with the State’s EA Practice
4.3 Selected EA Methodology
4.4 Architectural Layers within the EA Framework
4.5 Technical Approach for EA Development and Continual Update
4.6 High-level EA Development Approach
4.7 Detailed Business Segment Architecture Development Approach
4.8 Institutionalizing ad Maintaining the EA Program

5.0 Portfolio Management (PfM)  [820 KB]

5.1 Critical Success Factors and Performance Measure for the Portfolio
5.2 Roles and Responsibilities
5.3 OIMT Investment Portfolio Manager (PfMgr)
5.4 Executive Sponsor
5.5 Investment/Project or Program Manager (PM)
5.6 State Procurement Office (SPO)
5.7 Department of Budget and Finance
5.8 Investment Portfolio Information
5.9 IT Investment Management Process
5.10 Pre-select or Analyze/Architect Phase and Process Steps
5.11 Select Phase
5.12 Invest Phase
5.13 Implement, Measure, Assess, Improve, and Control Phases
5.14 Evaluate Phase
5.15 PfM and Other IT Governance and Management Activities
5.16 Investment Portfolio Management Tool Suite

6.0 Project Management  [905 KB]

6.1 Purpose
6.2 Scope
6.3 Project Management Goals and Objectives
6.4 Project Performance Measures
6.5 PMM Process
6.6 Other Project Management Methodologies
6.7 Agile Development
6.8 PMM Checkpoints/Approval Gates
6.9 Project Status Reviews
6.10 Proposal
6.11 Approved Projects
6.12 Completed Planning Review
6.13 PMM Knowledge Areas
6.14 Project Roles and Responsibilities

7.0 Business Process Reengineering  [1,518 KB]

7.1 Scope
7.2 Associated Documents
7.3 Selecting and Managing a Business Process Reengineering (BPR)Project
7.4 BPR Roles and Responsibilities
7.5 Conducting a BPR Activity Using Different Methodology
7.6 BPR Using TOC
7.7 Theory of Constraint (TOC)
7.8 Measuring Process Improvement
7.9 Notional Timeline for a BPR Using the TOC Methodology
7.10 Learn
7.11 Learn Principles to Practice
7.12 Six Sigma
7.13 Design for Six Sima (DFSS)
7.14 integrated TOC, Lean, Six Sigma (iTLS)
7.15 Conclusion

8.0 Performance Management  [557 KB]

8.1 Metrics

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