The Call for IT projects is a part of IT’s efforts to plan and resource for the College’s IT needs. The outcomes of this exercise will guide our resource planning, budgeting, and scheduling for the coming fiscal year and is governed by the Technology Advisory and Coordination Committee (TACC).
For projects that will require the use of Information Technology resources, we will use the following criteria to determine if the request should be submitted as an IT Project request:
Other requests will be prioritized and evaluated internally when you submit a service request to email@example.com
Yale-NUS College uses the IT Projects Request form to collect information about the scope, impact, and feasibility of the project. The submitted forms will be evaluated by the IT Project Evaluation Committee (ITPEC) and submitted to the Technology Advisory and Coordination Committee (TACC) for approval and endorsement.
Together with the TACC, IT and ERT have recently revised the IT project request and evaluation process to provide ease of use and transparency throughout the process.
|September 5, 2018||IT Call for Projects begins.|
|September 28, 2018||IT Project Requests submission deadline.|
|October 17, 2018||ITPEC completes evaluations of submissions.|
|November 2018||TACC convenes review submissions and recommendations from the ITPEC.|
The project request form will ask several questions that will help the IT Project Evaluation Committee determine how your IT Project request should be prioritised among the other requests. If you require assistance from IT in the preparation of the form, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an IT Liaison to be assigned to you.
All submitted IT project requests form must have the endorsement of the Division or Department head.
An ITPEC will be formed for each project request submitted. The members of the committee will include an assigned IT Project Manager, and members from IT and ERT. The ITPEC will evaluate and prioritise the project on how well it supports the vision and mission of the College, its benefits, and impact to the community of learning.
In addition to this, the ITPEC will also examine the feasibility of the project by considering:
The ITPEC will make one of five recommendations to the TACC:
If you have any questions regarding the IT Project evaluation process, you may contact the ITPEC directly: