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.
The process begins with Initiative Intake, and depending on a project's complexity, timeline and budget may continue throughout a project's life-cycle. Please read the Project Oversight Directional Statement to learn more about the group's vision, mission, core tasks, and for an overview of supporting legislation.
The NDIT Project Management Office Major IT Dashboard displays the current status of all major IT projects, updated with the most current data available, refreshed multiple times per day.
Current Project Summary Dashboard
A snapshot of major IT project data is taken every quarter and archived.
Archive of Project Summary Reports/Dashboards
Whenever a major IT project starts up or completes, a narrative report is documented and submitted to the Legislative IT Committee.
Oversight Project Startup, Iterative, and Closeout Reports
Statutory requirements regarding information technology projects can be referenced at NDCC 54-10-28, NDCC 54-35-15.2-4, NDCC 54-59-05.7-8, 54-59-09, and 54-59-23, and Senate Bill 2015 (Section 11).
Project Management for Information Technology (STD009-05) ensures accountability for the resources allocated to large IT projects as directed by the legislative mandates and ensures that a consistent approach is used.
Project Management as a contracted service provides customers with qualified project managers that will lead agency IT projects using Customized Project Management Tools and Templates.