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© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT NYS Office of General Services Telecommunications Symposium December 9, 2009 NYS Office of General Services Telecommunications Symposium December 9, 2009 J. Daniel Corcoran NYS CIO/OFT
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT NYS Information Technology Policy NYS Information Technology Policy NYS-P08-001 Plan to Procure Effective July 16, 2008 Issued by Dr. Melodie Mayberry-Stewart NYS Chief Information Officer Replaces Technology Policy 96-2A http://www.CIO.NY.Gov/Policy/NYS-P08-001.pdf
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT CIO/OFT Notification Plan to Purchase Policy for Telecommunications CIO/OFT Notification Plan to Purchase Policy for Telecommunications New York State agencies are reminded that they must submit a Notification of Plan to Procure Technology Form (PTP) to the Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for approval prior to purchasing Telecommunications services or equipment regardless of the dollar amount. For additional information about the CIOs PTP process, please visit our website at: http://www.CIO.NY.Gov/Policy/NYS-P08-001.pdf
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 1 – Voice Services Lot Group 1 – Voice Services CIO/OFT Approval Required All Service involving CIO/OFT Centralized (Enterprise) Telecommunications Services Local Exchange Services Centrex Service VoIP Service Toll Free Service – Dedicated Access Facilities Toll Free Service – Switched Access Facilities
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 1 – Voice Services Lot Group 1 – Voice Services CIO/OFT Approval is NOT Required Long Distance Services Calling Card Services Directory Assistance Services Pay Telephone (Coin) Services
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 2 – Connectivity Services Lot Group 2 – Connectivity Services CIO/OFT Approval Required All Service involving connectivity to the NYeNet Private Line Data Services Frame Relay Services ATM Services SONET Services Ethernet Services Dark Fiber Solutions *
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 2 – Connectivity Services Lot Group 2 – Connectivity Services CIO/OFT Approval is NOT Required Switched 56kbps Services ISDN Services xDSL Services Broadband Cable Services * Fixed Wireless Services **
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 3 – Managed Services Lot Group 3 – Managed Services CIO/OFT Approval Required Internet Access Services Audio Teleconferencing Services MPLS Video Conferencing/Bridging Services
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Lot Group 3 – Managed Services Lot Group 3 – Managed Services CIO/OFT Approval is NOT Required Internet Hosting Services Hosted Interactive Voice Response Services Co-Location Services Student Resale Services Mobile Wireless Services ** Broadcast Communication Services Emergency Notification Services
© 2009 NYS CIO/OFT Questions & Answers
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