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IT governance and strategic services

IT governance and strategic services

IT Governance Overview

In July 2001, the King County Council, in cooperation with the Executive, created and adopted an information technology governance structure (Ordinance #14155), establishing the Strategic Advisory Council, Business Management Council, Technology Management Board., and Project Review Board. The purpose of these groups is to advise the CIO in establishing countywide IT policies and provide central oversight for technology investments.

Strategic Advisory Council (SAC)

Advises the King County Executive in developing long-term strategic objectives for technology deployment countywide.

Project Review Board (PRB)

Advises the CIO in implementing the project management guidelines developed by the central IT project management office.

Business Management Council (BMC)

Advises the CIO in developing short-term, mid-term, and strategic business objectives for IT; recommends information technology proposals for funding and in developing standards, policies, and guidelines.

Technology Management Board (TMB)

Advises the CIO on technical issues, including policies and standards for privacy and security, applications, infrastructure, and data management.

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Zlata Kauzlaric
IT Governance Manager