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Statewide IT Policies
Policy Overview
Within the Chief Information Office (CIO), the Information Technology (IT) Investment and Planning Section is responsible for recommending and developing IT-related administrative rules, policies, standards, practices and guidelines for Oregon State government. 
Policy development duties are to:  
  • serve as a resource for IT-related rule and policy interpretation;
  • seek broad based input and collaborative rule and policy development with agency stakeholders;
  • track and coordinate IT-related rule and policymaking;
  • review, evaluate and report the effectiveness of policy implementation;
  • conduct research on "best practices" and industry trends; and
  • develop and maintain a comprehensive web-based policy information repository.

Statewide IT Policies
107-004-010 Information Technology Asset Inventory / Management  (pdf)
Effective date:  09/08/2008 
  • Asset Management - Statewide Technical Architecture (doc) (pdf)

107-004-030 PO - Independent Quality Management Services for Information Technology Statewide Policy (pdf) Effective date: 07/01/2015  

107-004-030 PR - Independent Quality Management Services for Information Technology Statewide Procedure (pdf) Effective date: 07/01/2015  

107-004-040 - State Information Technology Governance Policy (doc) (pdf
Effective date: 06/29/05 
107-004-110 - Acceptable Use of State Information Assets (pdf
Effective date: 1/1/10 

107-004-130 - Information Technology Investment Review / Approval (pdf )
Effective date:  04/23/10

IT Policies Under Development
To be determined
Enterprise IRM Strategy
Oregon´s Enterprise Information Resource Management Strategy

Architecture and Standards
Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Security Policies
Enterprise Security Policies
In January 2008, the Enterprise Information Security Advisory Board voted to adopt the following Enterprise Information Security Policy Review and Approval Process - 01/18/2008 (doc)

Policy Contact Information
For information about information technology-related policies or the policy development unit, please contact the Office of the CIO at 503-378-3175.