There are 2 ways to start an IT Project:
1) Request an IT Acquisition through tech.appstate.edu. If the acquisition meets the definition of a project, we will create an IT Project for you.
Contact: ITS Project Management, Governance and Outreach / email@example.com
IT Project: Temporary endeavors to: 1) introduce new campus IT services and applications, or IT policies and standards, or 2) implement significant changes to existing infrastructure, applications and enterprise systems, policies and standards (Source: IT Governance Policy)
Committed IT Project: A committed project is a "shovel ready" project that IT is committing to finishing in a specified Quarter
- Discuss and confirm agreement of Project Description, Need, Benefit, Approach and Project Completion criteria
- Review the anticipated project scope, any specific obstacles, risks, assumptions, dependencies and timing constraints
- Confirm roles and responsibilities for the implementation project and (optionally when the application is operational)
- Cover any other issues that the group wants to discuss (e.g., develop high level stories/tasks to complete the IT Project)
- Holding a project kick off meeting with members of the project team and key stakeholders to confirm project objectives and key details
- Developing the structure of how the project tasks will lead to project completion
- Communicating project progress and changes to the Requester/Sponsor
- Working with appropriate decision makers to resolve issues, provide updates, manage risks, and understand project priority
- ITS Project Leads and Others with Jira Software Licenses: Use the Add Biweekly Status button to provide a short Project Update at least every 2 weeks on what has been accomplished, what is going well, what is not going well, timeline expectations, obstacles, etc.
- If possible, using Jira Software for project work and linking to the IT Project Epic for visibility of project work