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Strategic Plan 2016 Final635924589676890627Montana's 2016 Information Technology Strategic Plan

 

STRATEGIC GOALS

Our strategic goals guide us as we evolve, providing us with a clear vision of what we will accomplish. We are continually evaluating enterprise information technology services to ensure that we implement IT in an innovative, effective, and cost-efficient manner.

GOAL 1: Deliver enterprise IT services to state and local government, and the university system

GOAL 2: Deliver mobile capability that serves citizens, businesses and education

GOAL 3: Build and operate enterprise systems that are shared across state and local government

GOAL 4: Utilize cloud, open data and existing applications to maximize value and minimize cost of information technology

GOAL 5: Manage cyber-security risk to systems, assets and data

 

AGENCIES' 2016 PLANS FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Montana state agencies also complete IT plans every two years.


BACKGROUND ON STATE IT STRATEGIC PLAN

The State's Information Technology Strategic Plan serves as the voice of the Montana Information Technology Act (MITA), 2-17-523 MCA, and documents the strategies of the State Chief Information Officer (CIO). The plan is reviewed every two years to reflect new state IT goals and objectives. It provides a framework and guidance for the development of individual state agency IT plans. The strategic plan is grounded in the principles and values established by MITA. The plan reflects a cooperative effort between SITSD, agency IT managers and the Information Technology Board.


CURRENT AND PREVIOUS STATE IT STRATEGIC PLANS

Montana 2016 Information Technology Strategic Plan

Montana 2014 Information Technology Strategic Plan

Montana 2012 Information Technology Strategic Plan

Agencies' Information Technology Plans

The Montana Information Technology Act (MITA), section 2-17-505, MCA, requires each state agency to develop and maintain a plan that establishes goals and objectives regarding the use of information technology (IT); identifies requested funding for major IT projects; and supports the broader goals identified in the state's IT plan. The state CIO must approve each agency's IT plan. The most recent plans were completed in June 2014.

AGENCY 2016 2014
Administration 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Agriculture 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Arts Council 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Crime Control, Board of 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Commerce 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Corrections 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Environmental Quality 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Fish, Wildlife & Parks 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Governor's Office 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Higher Education, Commissioner of 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Historical Society 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Justice 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Labor & Industry 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Livestock 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Lottery 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Military Affairs 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Natural Resources & Conservation 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Defender, Office of the State 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Education, Board of 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Employee Retirement Association 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Health & Human Services 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Instruction, Office of 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Public Service Commission 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Revenue 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
School for Deaf and Blind 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Secretary of State 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
State Auditor, Office of 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
State Fund 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
State Library 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Teachers' Retirement System 2016 Plan 2014 Plan
Transportation 2016 Plan 2014 Plan