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TITLE 1ADMINISTRATION
PART 10DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES
CHAPTER 216PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
SUBCHAPTER BPROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR STATE AGENCIES
RULE §216.11Requirements

Each state agency shall manage information resources projects based on project management practices that meet the following criteria:

  (1) Include a method for delivery of information resources projects that solve business problems;

  (2) Include a method for governing application of project management practices;

  (3) Be documented, repeatable, and include a single reference source (e.g., handbook, guide, repository) that communicates how to effectively apply use of the project management practices components;

  (4) Include a project classification method developed by DIR (see http://www.dir.state.tx.us/projectdelivery/projectmgmt/classify/index.htm), the agency, or another source that:

    (A) Distinguishes and categorizes projects according to level of complexity and risk (e.g., technology, size, budget, time to deliver); and

    (B) Defines how to use the project classification method to establish, scale, and execute the appropriate level of processes;

  (5) Include a method to periodically review, assess, monitor, and measure the impact of project management practices on the agency's ability to achieve its core mission;

  (6) Align with use of the Texas Project Delivery Framework;

  (7) Accommodate use of other practices and methods that intersect with application of project management practices; and

  (8) Be reviewed and updated at least annually to help ensure continuous process improvement.


Source Note: The provisions of this §216.11 adopted to be effective November 11, 2007, 32 TexReg 7894

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