Good, consistent project management is the foundation for successfully delivering projects within budget and on schedule. While Texas agencies have great autonomy in managing IT projects, the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) provides guidance through rules, policies, guidelines, and tools that help agencies plan and manage IT projects. The 87th(R) Texas Legislature recently made some important changes to the major IT project oversight process.
We invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 5th for an overview of the legislative updates and preview the changes to the Project Delivery Framework.
- Legislative Updates: SB 1541 and SB 799 (Only sections pertaining to major information resources projects)
- Texas Project Delivery Framework Refresh
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We look forward to your participation! In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us for questions on the Project Delivery Framework at email@example.com
*Texas Government Code, Chapter 2054, defines "major information resources project:"
Sec. 2054.003. (10)(A) any information resources technology project identified in a state agency's biennial operating plan whose development costs exceed $5 million and that:
(i) requires one year or longer to reach operations status;
(ii) involves more than one state agency; or
(iii) substantially alters work methods of state agency personnel or the delivery of services to clients;
(B) any information resources technology project designated by the legislature; and in the General Appropriations Act as a major information resources project.
(C) any information resources technology project of a state agency designated for additional monitoring under Section 2261.258(a)(1) if the development costs for the project exceed $5 million – new requirement as a result of the 87th Legislative Session