(1) As a part of each proposed strategic plan submitted under s. 16.971(2)(L), the department shall require each executive branch agency to address the business
needs of the agency and to identify all proposed information technology development
projects that serve those business needs, the priority for undertaking such projects,
and the justification for each project, including the anticipated benefits of the
project. Each proposed plan shall identify any changes in the functioning of the agency under
the plan. In each even-numbered year, the plan shall include identification of any information
technology development project that the agency plans to include in its biennial budget
request under s. 16.42(1).
(2) Each proposed strategic plan shall separately identify the initiatives that the
executive branch agency plans to undertake from resources available to the agency
at the time that the plan is submitted and initiatives that the agency proposes to
undertake that would require additional resources.
(3) Following receipt of a proposed strategic plan from an executive branch agency,
the department shall, before June 1, notify the agency of any concerns that the department
may have regarding the plan and provide the agency with its recommendations regarding
the proposed plan. The executive branch agency may submit modifications to its proposed plan in response
to any recommendations.
(4) Before June 15, the department shall approve or disapprove the proposed plan in whole or in part.
(5) No executive branch agency, other than the board of regents of the University
of Wisconsin System, may implement a new or revised information technology development
project authorized under a strategic plan until the implementation is approved by
the department in accordance with procedures prescribed by the department.
(6) The department shall consult with the joint committee on information policy and
technology in providing guidance for planning by executive branch agencies.
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