Compliance and Project Management
Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO)

DOIT Enterprise Project Management Office

Mission: Enabling successful IT initiatives and supporting business objectives.

Vision: IT initiatives successfully delivered on Scope, Schedule, Budget, and meeting Quality Business Objectives.

The Compliance and Project Management Program is the state's Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) and performs the following functions:

  • Provide IT Management Lifecycle policies, methodologies and templates for information technology (IT) initiatives to promote quality and success and report regularly to Executive, Legislative, and ITC on the status of the State's IT Project Portfolio;
  • Provide support, guidance and oversight on IT projects and procurements (including promulgation of rules) to promote improved outcomes;
  • Review executive agency IT plans for prudent allocation of IT resources and monitor compliance of projects with agency plan and the state IT strategic plan;
  • Review appropriation requests and legislation related to IT and make recommendations to the DFA, and LFC for formal approval by the Legislature and the Governor;
  • Provide senior project management for enterprise projects.

DoIT's PM Express Quick Reference Guide details the EPMO processes and methodologies that will assist you in managing your way to successful technology projects.

Please touch base with us at for any questions/assistance or to schedule an orientation meeting.

Project Certification

The following links retrieve important documents necessary for the project certification process:

Certification Request Forms

Project Monthly Report

Exception Process

Important guidance links are:

Important: Send completed exception requests to Prakash Bhakta. Please send an electronic copy (scanned pdf, via e-mail).

Quarterly IT Budget and Staff Report

The following is a link to the report format. IT staff makeup and budget performance information must be updated quarterly and submitted to DoIT on the 25th of October, January, April, and July to comply with Executive Order No. 2008-011.