The information collection process for Statewide IT Planning (SWITP) is facilitated by the NDIT Project Management Office (PMO). This process is being revised for the 2023-2025 cycle, which kicks off in April/May of 2022. Check back later for further details.
The state has an official definition of "Information Technology." This definition will help you understand what types of technology and work is relevant to the statewide IT planning process.
This process is being revised for the 2023-2025 cycle, which kicks off in April/May of 2022. Check back later for further details.
Although it is required by North Dakota Century Code to participate in the statewide IT planning process, an agency may request an exemption from the process. Additionally, if agency staff cannot submit their planning documentation by August 15, 2022, then they may request a planning due-date extension. The following form may be used for either of these requests:
The form may be submitted to your assigned planning consultant, who will route through the appropriate review process. Please note that requesting an exemption or extension is not guaranteed to be granted. Please plan appropriately.
Project Oversight monitors and guides information technology projects with budgets of $500,000 and up, and for projects under $500,000 that the state CIO has determined require monitoring.
A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements.
IT Planning is a process managed by NDIT through which state agencies establish objectives for technology activities that are in line with their strategic goals.
Business analysis is the discipline of identifying business needs and determining solutions to business problems.