When you think of the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR), your first thought may be contracts or DIR-provided services like CCTS, TEX-AN or certain Information Security services. In this Resources section, however, we provide additional useful tools and guidance to help government entities and institutions of higher education fulfill their many statutory requirements:
Document Library. A vast library of searchable IT-related documents for state agencies and institutions of higher education including policies, technology briefs, procedures, and other publications.
Domain Name Registration. Guidance and instructions for state agencies and counties on how to register a
texas.gov domain name.
EIR Accessibility. Accessibility-related information, including agency roles and responsibilities and EIR Coordinator roles and responsibilities, a broad list of tools and resources such as online tutorials, and more.
Statewide Project Management. Project management guidance including Project Delivery Framework templates (for “major” technology projects) and PM Lite templates (for small-to-medium-scale projects under $1 million).
Strategic Planning and Reporting. A roadmap to the state’s technology goals, access to relevant reports, including the State Strategic Plan, Biennial Performance Report, and more, plus guidance for completing agency reports.
- Technology Legislation. Technology-related legislation passed into law during the 84th Texas Legislative Session (2015)
- Information Security. Products and services to help protect critical information resources
- DIR Basics Series. Video clips of webinars, along with the slides used in the presentations, that provide an overview of DIR's programs and resources
- Event Materials. Available materials from selected DIR programs, staff presentations and events
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