Application Development Decision Framework (ADDF) - Overview
Educational webinar providing an overview of ADDF. Register.
Location & Hours
Apr 10 2017
Apr 10 2017
Virtual - via webinar
The role of information technology in Texas state agencies
continues to grow, driven by digital government and constituent
expectations. In response to DIR's Legacy Systems Study, the 84th Texas
Legislature (2015) passed House Bill 1890, which charged DIR with
developing a strategy to guide the state in legacy system modernization
efforts. The strategy includes establishing a statewide application
development framework. As a result, DIR has created the Application
Development Decision Framework (ADDF).
The Application Development Decision Framework (ADDF) will guide
Texas agencies to develop next-generation applications that meet the
increasing need for agility, speed-to-market and quality.
In addition, the ADDF offers best practices for key areas of
application development to provide agencies with guidance for selecting
the "right" approach for their organization, along with toolkit-based
decision models to help with more complex choices that may include a
range of outcomes.
This webinar provides a thirty-minute overview of the ADDF followed by plenty of time for questions.
To learn more about the ADDF, please visit DIR's website to access the ADDF landing page.
John Van Hoorn, Director of Enterprise, Solutions Services (ESS), Texas Department of Information Resources
- The target audience is Texas state agency IT staff.
- There is no cost to attend.
- DIR will award continuing education credit.
- DIR is offering this topic on multiple dates. Information is the same in each session with same title.