Allocating Public-Sector IT Investments

Case Study: Creating a Transparent, Strategically Aligned Process for Allocating Public-sector IT Investments

There’s an old and now out-of-date saying that you can’t be too rich or too thin. However, the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB) faced a significant challenge when they had to allocate an additional $72.5 million from the state’s IT Investment Fund (ITIF).

All who were involved in this effort were very excited about the impact of adopting the Allovance Method for allocating investments. They are confident that the rigor of the approach will alleviate the concerns of their state agency partners and correct the shortcomings identified in the external auditor’s report.

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