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BAR Pilot Report_Executive Summary (PDF|616.13KB)
Section 2054.576 of House Bill 1890 (R84) requires state agencies to prioritize shared solutions when considering implementing new applications or remediation strategies.
Identity and Access Management Executive Report 2016 (PDF|418.65KB)
SB 1878 (84R) required DIR to perform an analysis on the implementation of new identification and access requirements for accessing state information and to develop a strategy by which DIR can negotiate for bulk purchases across agencies.
APM Pilot - Report To leadership (PDF|1.02MB)
Following the 2014 legacy systems study and the passage of HB 1890, DIR was directed to provide an APM service with the option to perform a pilot to better understand the needs and scope of a full service.
2016 Biennial Performance Report (PDF|4.35MB)
The 2016 BPR assesses the progress in statewide IT goals and makes recommendations to the legislature for improvement.
2016 Report on EIR Accessibility (PDF|251.57KB)
Provide a summary of agency and state progress in providing electronic and information resources (EIR) access to individuals
2016 Report on Network Security (PDF|159.57KB)
Report on the consolidated network security system’s accomplishment of service objectives and performance
measures, including financial performance.
2016 Report on Texas.gov (PDF|849.27KB)
Report on the status, progress, benefits, and efficiency gains
of the state electronic internet portal, Texas.gov.