Model for Managing Government ICT System Portfolios

The Model for Managing Government ICT System Portfolios supports a more responsible and more secure management of government ICT systems. This article provides a general introduction to the model.

Objective of The Model for Managing Government ICT System Portfolios

The Model for Managing Government ICT System Portfolios will support the individual public authority to generate the necessary insight into the condition of its portfolio to decide on the direction and priorities when developing the systems.

 

This models illustrates the model for managing government ICT system portfolios. The result is in the middel and is the action plan. It consists of six surrounding items. These items are: contracts and sourching, security, business support, technical condition, documentation and knowledge and finance

Structure of the model

The diagram above breaks down the model into:

  1. Mapping dimensions comprising six dimensions: Business support, Technical condition, Documentation and knowledge, Finances, Contracts and sourcing, and finally Security. The analysis will result in:
  2. An ICT action plan, which is a forward-looking document that will outline the authority's strategic prioritisation of operation and maintenance activities for its portfolio of ICT systems.

Review

The National ICT Council reviews authorities' ICT actions plans. Authorities are subject to review every three years.

Reviews of authorities commenced in 2019.