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Listed below are the Department of Commerce policies related to Information Technology, including governance, acquisition, use, configuration, security, and other related issues. This list will be continuously updated as new policies are issued or updated.

Commerce IT Review Board Policy

Commerce IT Review Board Policy   The CITRB is part of the department’s investment review process and is focused on new or re-competed acquisitions required to support major investments and non-major investments with life cycle costs  at or above $10M. The CITRB ensures reviewed IT investments have an acceptable IT acquisition strategy, a viable technical approach, a risk plan, and an acceptable business case. A CITRB provides approval or disapproval by the CIO of requests for IT Investment Authority (ITIA) and the acquisition plan. ITIA approval is contingent upon the operating unit having budget approval. ITIA approval is required is required before an operating unit/Office may enter into a contract. A formal memo with the ITIA decision will be issued at completion of the review. The CITRB is part of the department’s investment review process and is focused on new or re-competed acquisitions required to support major investments and non-major investments with life cycle costs at or above $10M. The CITRB ensures reviewed IT investments have an acceptable IT acquisition strategy, a viable technical approach, a risk plan, and an acceptable business case. A CITRB provides approval or disapproval by the CIO of requests for IT Investment Authority (ITIA) and the acquisition plan. ITIA approval is contingent upon the operating unit having budget approval. ITIA approval is required is required before an operating unit/Office may enter into a contract. A formal memo with the ITIA decision will be issued at completion of the review.

Department Administrative Order (DAO) 208-16 – Acquisition Project Management

Commerce IT Acquisition Policy   This memorandum prescribes the policies, procedures, and responsibilities of implementing the Acquisition Framework on all programs and projects with particular emphasis on high-profile programs and projects.

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Last updated: 2017-08-24 14:17

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