David W. Taylor, Executive Director - State CIO
The Agency for Enterprise Information Technology was created within the Executive Office of the Governor in July 2007; providing for the Governor and Cabinet to be the head of the agency.
The agency shall have the following duties and responsibilities:
(a) Develop and implement strategies for the design, delivery, and management of the enterprise information technology services established in law
(b) Monitor the delivery and management of the enterprise information
technology services as established in law.
(c) Make recommendations to the agency head and the Legislature concerning other information technology services that should be designed, delivered, and managed at the enterprise level as defined in s. 282.0041(8).
(d) Plan and establish policies for managing proposed statutorily authorized enterprise information technology services, which includes developing business cases that, when applicable, include the components identified in s. 287.0574; establishing and coordinating project-management teams; establishing formal risk-assessment and mitigation processes; and providing for independent monitoring of projects for recommended corrective actions.
(e) Not earlier than July 1, 2008, define the architecture standards for
enterprise information technology and develop implementation approaches for statewide migration to those standards.
(f) Develop and publish a strategic enterprise information technology
plan that identifies and recommends strategies for how enterprise information technology will deliver effective and efficient government services to state residents and improve the operations of state agencies.
The agency shall operate in such a manner as to ensure participation and representation of state agencies and the Agency Chief Information Officers Council established in s. 282.315.