§2.2-2015. Authority of CIO to modify or suspend information technology projects; project termination


Published: 2015

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§ 2.2-2015. Authority of CIO to modify or suspend information technology projects; project termination.

The CIO may direct the modification or suspension of any Commonwealth information technology project that, as the result of a periodic review authorized by subdivision A 5 of § 2.2-2007, has not met the performance measures agreed to by the CIO and the sponsoring state agency or public institution of higher education, or if he otherwise deems such action appropriate and consistent with the terms of any affected contracts.
The CIO may direct the termination of any Commonwealth information technology project that, as the result of a periodic review authorized by subdivision A 5 of § 2.2-2007, has not met the performance measures agreed to by the CIO and the sponsoring state agency or public institution of higher education, or if he otherwise deems such action appropriate and consistent with the terms of any affected contracts.
Nothing in this section shall be construed to supersede the responsibility of a board of visitors for the management and operation of a public institution of higher education.
The provisions of this section shall not apply to research projects, research initiatives or instructional programs at public institutions of higher education. However, technology investments in research projects, research initiatives or instructional programs at such institutions estimated to cost $1 million or more of general fund appropriations may be reviewed as provided in subdivision A 5 of § 2.2-2007. The CIO and the Secretary of Education, in consultation with public institutions of higher education, shall develop and provide to such institution criteria to be used in determining whether projects are mission-critical.
1999, cc. 412, 421, 433, § 2.1-51.47; 2000, c. 995; 2001, c. 844, § 2.2-226; 2002, c. 424; 2003, cc. 981, 1021; 2010, cc. 136, 145; 2011, c. 739; 2015, c. 768.