Agency Strategic Plan
Every even year, as part of the budget process, each state agency must produce an Agency Strategic Plan (ASP) according to Texas Government Code, Chapter 2056 and the Instructions for Preparing and Submitting Agency Strategic Plans.
The ASP is the formal document that communicates the agency's goals and action plans to external audiences, including the Governor, the Legislature, and the public. As part of the strategic planning process, agencies should examine technology solutions that advance the mission of the agency and align with statewide technology principles.
The Department of Information Resources encourages agencies to integrate priority technology projects and initiatives in your agency's operational goals and action plans. As directed by the ASP instructions, this should not be an additional report, schedule or section of the strategic plan. When incorporating information technology planning into your agency's operational goals, consider including technology initiative descriptions, anticipated benefits, and alignment with the State Strategic Plan for Information Resources.
You can view DIR's Agency Strategic Plan for 2021-2025 here. (PDF - 673KB)