The State of Minnesota Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems and Services Master Plan is a high-level strategic document revised biennially for the Governor and the Minnesota legislature.
The IT Master Plan is updated and presented at the beginning of each regular legislative session in odd-numbered years. This corresponds to the presentation of the State's operating budgets and assures coordination between policy decisions and the systems investments which enable and support implementation of business direction.
The plan is formulated with input from executive branch agency leadership and IT employees and management.
Download the complete documents:
Letter of transmittal (PDF)
Master Plan Phase 1: Notes and Working Papers (PDF)
The discussions, issues and possible approaches addressed from a lengthy series of brainstorming and exploration sessions involving agency CIOs and OET executives. This was the foundation for the final set of strategies adopted by the state CIO.
IT Security is a high-profile issue for state government. OET takes the lead in developing the plans that set priorities for management, control, and protection of the State’s information assets. The plans below were developed by OET's Enterprise Security Office in conjunction with the Information Security Council.
Enterprise Security Strategic Plan (PDF) FY 2009-2013
This plan represents a five-year vision for addressing information security risks and sets the priorities for management, control, and protection of the information assets across the executive branch. The plan focuses on priorities and initiatives that help achieve these three strategic principles:
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