The Texas IT Forum is being held in the Texas State Capitol Extension Building (E1.004) in Austin, Texas.
Prevention of a troubled project is the approach with the lowest total cost of ownership. A starting point in creating a community consensus is by identifying a small set of underlying principles that can unify and enable our strategies and approaches moving into the future. Underlying those principles are a suite of best practices that could be applied within and across Texas state agencies.
The Texas IT Forum brings together state legislative representatives, state agency and public sector CIOs/CTOs/IRMs, members of other key state agency organizations that monitor such projects, industry IT and software development professionals and other subject matter experts. The breakout sessions will explore potential solution areas (e.g. IT procurement, early interventions, performance measurement, software development best practices, etc.). The event is complemented by social opportunities, providing further venues for discussion and networking.
Dr. Bill Curtis, CISQ Executive Director, will present a plenary talk, “Future Directions in IT Procurement Metrics.”
This event is free. Click here to learn more and register now.