IM/IT Capital Investment
In December 2012, Treasury Board mandated the Deputy Ministers’ Committee on Public Service Innovation (DMCPSI) with responsibility for all of government’s IM/IT capital investments.
In support of this, the B.C. government is responsible for:
- prioritizing government’s IM/IT investments from a total cost of ownership perspective, and;
- maximizing the life cycle value government derives from its IM/IT investments.
More about the IM/IT Capital Investment Management process:
- IM/IT Capital Investment Management Framework
- Planning and Executing an IM/IT Capital Investment
- Next Steps and Templates
To aid in the prioritization of investment funding for minor capital IT and capital maintenance projects across government, OCIO’s IM/IT Capital Investment Branch has implemented Copperleaf C55 software. June 2017, B.C. Government and Copperleaf were jointly awarded BC Tech Association’s Technology Impact Award (TIA) for “Adoption of Technology.”