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  • IT Policy

    In accordance with C.G.S. § 4d-8a, the Office of Policy and Management (OPM) is responsible for developing and implementing an integrated set of policies governing the use of information and telecommunications systems for state executive branch agencies. In consultation with the State Chief Information Officer. The Information Technology Policy Bureau, within the Office of Finance carries out these responsibilities.

  • Information Technology Strategy and Investment Committee Meetings

  • Information Technology Strategy and Investment Committee

    Governance of the Information Technology Capital Investment Program has been accomplished through the Information Technology Strategy and Investment Committee. The Committee is charged with ensuring that the goals of the Program are met and aligned with business outcomes. The Committee is co-chaired by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and the Commissioner of Administrative Services. The Committee is staffed by the Office of Policy and Management, with assistance of project advisors from DAS-BEST. The Committee meets on the second Wednesday each month. For more information on the meeting schedule, agenda's and minutes, please visit the Connecticut Public Meeting Calendar website here. Additional project related materials provided by the agencies to the Committee are listed below.

  • IT Capital Investment Program - Project Status Reports

    Each agency receiving funds through the Information Technology Capital Investment Program must report semi-annually to the Information Technology Strategy and Investment Committee and OPM, IT Policy Director. The reports on this page are separated by those projects already completed (closed out) and projects still underway (Active).

  • Policies - Rollup

  • IT Capital Investment Program

    The Information Technology Capital Investment Program was established in 2013 to counter years of neglect and allow for strategic investments to upgrade technology and create systems across agencies that make state government more efficient and user friendly.