A. For purposes of this section, unless the context requires a different meaning:”Commonwealth Project Management Standard” means the same as that term is defined in § 2.2-2006.”Major information technology project” means the same as that term is defined in § 2.2-2006.”Major information technology project funding” means an estimate of each funding source for a major information technology project for the duration of the project.
B. In “The Budget Bill” submitted pursuant to § 2.2-1509, the Governor shall provide for the funding of major information technology projects, as specified herein. Such funding recommendations shall be for major information technology projects that have or are pending project initiation approval as defined in the Commonwealth Project Management Standard.The Governor shall include in “The Budget Bill” submitted pursuant to § 2.2-1509 a biennial appropriation for major information technology projects and the following information for each such project:
1. For major information technology projects that have been recommended for funding, a brief statement explaining the business case for the project, the priority of the project in the Recommended Technology Investment Projects Report as required by § 2.2-2007, and an explanation, if necessary, if the Governor informed the Chief Information Officer (CIO) that an emergency existed as set forth in subdivision A 5 of § 2.2-2016.1;
2. Total estimated project costs, as defined by the Commonwealth Project Management Standard, including the amount of the agency’s or institution’s operating appropriation that will support the project;
4. Recommendations or comments of the Public-Private Partnership Advisory Commission, if the project is part of a proposal under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.);
7. Projected annual operations and maintenance expenditures, including but not limited to fees, licenses, infrastructure, and agency and nonagency staff support costs, for information technology delivered by major information technology projects for the first budget biennium after project completion.
C. The CIO shall immediately notify each member of the Senate Finance Committee and the House Appropriations Committee of any decision to terminate in accordance with subsection B of § 2.2-2016.1 any major information technology project in the budget bill. Such communication shall include the CIO’s reason for such termination.
2009, c. 757; 2010, cc. 136, 145; 2011, c. 739; 2015, c. 768; 2016, c. 296.