On April 12th, Jeff Hall and Vonnie Diseth met to consider authorizing requests that had been recommended by the CLJ CLUG under the ITG process. As a result of this meeting, three requests have been declined and AOC is returning these requests to the CLJ CLUG and District and Municipal Court Management Association (DMCMA).
One of the primary purposes of the ITG process is to allocate AOC’s scarce resources to the highest priority requests. AOC will not have sufficient capacity to address the three lowest priority requests in the next year. Because of this, Vonnie has elected to decline ITG requests #36, 35, and 57.
The CLJ CLUG and DMCMA have several options in relation to these requests. If you believe the current priority of these requests do not reflect the true business value in relation to the other requests, the CLJ CLUG can update the priority of these requests. Under the JIS IT Governance policy, the CLJ CLUG can also appeal the decision to the JISC. The final option available is that either the DMCMA or the CLJ CLUG can elect to close or decline the request at this time and reinitiate the request at a future date if the business need becomes more pressing.