Enterprise Applications

Enterprise Applications Projects

Generally speaking, The Division of IT defines a project as a temporary, organized effort to complete work to deliver new products or services. Projects must have a defined start and end date. This contrasts with operations, which are ongoing, repetitive, day-to-day work that yields the same outcomes, products, or services. Operations have no start and end date.

Projects often include one or more of the following attributes:

  • 80 or more IT resource hours to complete
  • $20,000 or more software and/or hardware purchase
  • No existing functionality to leverage
  • There is a major impact to a wide audience
  • Major architectural changes required
  • Multiple dependencies across multiple teams
  • No precedents exist for the work or no experience on the team
  • Involves new technologies

For additional information on how to submit a project request, visit the Division of IT project request.

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