A note about this content:
Information regarding the Commonwealth's IT Consolidation initiative appears below and on related pages in this space.
As the consolidation process has continually evolved since 2009, the information provided gives background, historical perspective and/or insight into particular points in time. It is not intended to provide up-to-the-moment status updates.
In February of 2009, Governor Deval Patrick signed Executive Order 510 (EO510) requiring IT Consolidation within the Executive Department.
An IT Consolidation Working Group was established to act as the steering and advisory team overseeing the planning and implementation of this initiative.
IT Consolidation is also a priority in the Commonwealth's IT Strategic Plan.
In an affirmation of the work that has been done so far and to sharpen the focus on strategic management of our IT environment moving forward, Governor Patrick signed Executive Order 532 in May of 2011.
As a more robust version that supersedes the original order, EO532 keeps and builds upon the provisions made in EO510, adding several important new details and requirements. New language adds clarity and places additional requirements on both the Commonwealth CIO (CCIO) and Secretariat CIOs (SCIOs):
This wiki is an evolving medium for the communication of consolidation activities. It provides constituents and government employees a view into the consolidation initiativeinitiative.
- For the latest IT Consolidation news, visit the IT Consolidation Communications Hub to view program-wide results, newsletters & emails, videos, and progress reports.
- For details on specific consolidation-related activities, navigate using the Table of Contents in the upper-left-hand side of this page:
- Phase 1 Achievements
- Phase 1 Archive
- Phase 2 Outputs and Benefits
- Phase 3e Achievements
- Cumulative Accomplishments through Phase 3gQ1 of FY12 (September 30, 2011)
- IT Consolidation FY2012 House 1 Budget Brief
- IT Consolidation FY2011 House 2 Budget Brief
- IT Consolidation FY2010 House 1 Budget Brief
- Memo on IT Consolidation - February 2009