These administrative procedures are necessary to ensure that processes are performed in a consistent manner and so that legislative and management directives are carried out according to their objectives. Documented administrative procedures also help foster an effective system of internal controls.
These resources are policies and procedures relate to employee rights and workplace issues, including (but not limited to) employee performance, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), ethics, disciplinary action, voting rights and political activities.
The following grants management policies are applicable to all Executive Branch agencies, boards, commissions, councils, authorities and task forces.
Integral to our function as a government agency is the right of all members of the public to access public information. MN.IT Services is committed to providing access to all individuals-with or without disabilities-who wish to use MN.IT websites, documents, applications or services to obtain information or resources.
A key objective of the Enterprise Project Management Office and its mandated oversight role is to enable successful statewide Project Portfolio Management. In order to meet this objective, the State CIO has issued standards that focus on both the practice of project management and how project information and status is gathered and maintained for portfolio reporting and analysis.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) make complex geospatial information and services for many types of applications.
IT Security is a high-profile issue for agencies. These policies, standards, and guidelines can aid agencies in the process of protecting their information assets.
Governments everywhere are dealing with the opportunities and challenges of social media technologies. Our resources section contains links to helpful information and research about policies, usage and best practices being used by other organizations and state governments.