A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
IT Investment Management
The Investment Review Board (formerly the Information Technology Investment Review Board) was chartered in 1997 to ensure that all major information systems investments were mission-justified, sound, and approved for funding only after careful and systematic review.
The board serves as the executive decision making body in the Department of Education's capital planning and investment control process for information resources, forwarding decisions to the Secretary for approval. Capital planning and investment control provides an integrated management process for the continuous selection, control, and evaluation of information resources (IR) investments over their life cycles. It is focused on balancing IR investment risks and returns, and ensuring IR investments achieve desired outcomes.
The board co-chairpersons are the Deputy Secretary and Under Secretary. The board members are:
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