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1 IT Governance 2006 Kick-Off January 17, 2006. 2 Agenda 1.Welcome 2.Introductions 3.Review of IT Governance 2005 4.IT Governance 2006 – Process & Timeline.

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1 1 IT Governance 2006 Kick-Off January 17, 2006

2 2 Agenda 1.Welcome 2.Introductions 3.Review of IT Governance IT Governance 2006 – Process & Timeline 5.Business Case Workshop – Jan. 31 st 6.Q&A

3 Funding Committee Participants Susan Warner-Dooley Terry Smith Sheri McGriff Alvin Delaney Mario Goderich Tom James Deborah Margol Thomas Blaine Phyllis Tynes-Saunders Douglas Yoder June Randall Jay Flynn Graciela Cespedes Wendi Norris Barbara Golphin John Topinka Amelia Stringer Mae Bryant Susan Windmiller Johanna Porpiglia Phyllis Alpert Larry Cameron Anthony Dawsey Irma San Roman Marty Lucia Chris Rose Marcia Martin Allison Diego J.D. Patterson Jr. Frank Jacobs Ines Beecher Diane Camacho Asok Ganguli Michael Anderson Mayra Bustamante Kyndal Campbell Dana M. Moss 37 Members

4 4 Introductions

5 5 Review of IT Governance 2005

6 6 Why Did Governance Get Started? Make technology investment decisions based on a sound business case Involve Business Experts in the decision- making for major technology investments Better Quantify and Align Technology Projects to the County’s Strategic Goals Prioritize and Recommend Technology Projects to the IT Policy Council

7 7 Information Contributors to Technology Decisions County Manager Senior Executive Staff IT Governance Results Department Directors

8 IT Governance 2005 – Results

9 9 IT Governance 2005 Funding Committee Comments “ The governance process brings people together to influence the decision making process and allows the county to make better and more informed decisions.” “That we are following one. That weight is given to aligning with the business objectives. This will evoke positive change over time.” “Engaging both technical and management staff across a variety of program areas to review proposals that relate to the county strategic plan.” “ Trying to get people to look somewhat beyond the immediacy of their own world and apply ‘fresh eyes’ to other peoples' worlds is a valuable. So keep at it!”

10 10 Tracking Projects Approved through the IT Governance 2005 Process  Project Charter  Project Schedule  Report progress to the PMO

11 IT Governance Process

12 12 IT Governance 2006 Changes  Making minor modifications to Business Case template and Technical & Peer Review forms – better alignment  All Sections of a Business Case to be submitted at once – by February 16 th  Governance Funding Committee Reviews Business Cases 2x  Further automation of Business Case submissions

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14 Business Cases – Automated Submittal

15 15 IT Governance 2006 Changes  Creation of a sub-committee to review ALL business cases submitted:  OSBM -- Chris Rose, Danny Alfonso  2 staff from ETSD -- TBD  2-3 IT Governance Funding Committee Volunteers

16 16 IT Governance 2006 Changes  Possible Refinement to the IT Governance Process – separate review process : 1.IT Infrastructure (sustaining/keep- the-lights on) Business Cases 2.All Other Business Cases

17 17 Next Steps  Verify participation -- Funding Committee Members – let us know about changes ONLY  Finish modifications to templates  Finish Governance Collaborative Site  Business Case Workshop – January 31, 2006  invitations -- later this week

18 18 IT Governance Updates & Communication Thank you for your participation! Questions/Comments:


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