The Technology Investment Council (TIC) was created when House Bill 254 was signed into law by the Governor in January 2002. The Council consists of ten members, five of which are 'permanent' members, with the remaining five being discretionary appointees of the Governor.
The five permanent members are as follows:
- State CIO (chair)
- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
- Controller General
- Secretary of Education
- Director of the Office of Management and Budget
The TIC was established to assess, advise, and make recommendations on technology-related funding and on the establishment of a statewide technology plan, to be used by the Budget Director and Governor. The TIC is also charged with enforcing best practices with regard to project management of technology-related efforts, with periodic monitoring of existing technology projects.
Search the State Public Meeting Calendar for upcoming TIC meetings and previous TIC meeting Agendas and Minutes.