INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK
The County has adopted a federated model in order to deliver information technology services. This model balances department priorities for local IT service delivery and responsiveness with enterprise priorities for scale, standardization, and interoperability. The County’s IT Governance Framework creates an environment where the County IT community can engage to share expertise and find synergies to accomplish broad IT objectives and improve efficiency, effectiveness and risk mitigation. It is intended to make decision-making about IT at the County more transparent, comprehensive and holistic, and to engage key stakeholders across the County in making recommendations on IT decisions and directions.
Business Management Council
The Business Management Council provides a collaborative forum for County business leaders to come together and dialogue on business plans, priorities, challenges and innovate how technology can enable progress.BMC Charter
Technology Management Council
Technology Management Council (TMC) enables County departments to come together as an Information technology community and develop enterprise approaches to technology solutions that provide Countywide benefits while operating as federated organizations.TMC Charter
IT Investment Board
The Information Technology Investment Board (ITIB) oversees two funding sources, the County’s Information Technology Fund (ITF) and the Information Technology Legacy Modernization Fund (ITLMF), which give departments additional ways to deliver services and to modernize County mission critical systems and infrastructure.