North Dakota Century Code (N.D.C.C.) requires project management oversight of major/large projects and must be reported to the Legislative Information Technology Committee. NDCC 54-35-15.2.11.a states the legislative information technology committee will:
Receive and review information, including a project startup report summarizing the project description, project objectives, business need or problem, cost-benefit analysis, and project risks and a project closeout report summarizing the project objectives achieved, project budget and schedule variances, and lessons learned, from the state board of higher education regarding any major project of the state board of higher education or any institution under the control of the state board of higher education if the project:
- Significantly impacts the statewide wide area network, including the campus access routers;
- Impacts the statewide library system; or
- Is an administrative project. An administrative project is a project that directly collects, aggregates, modifies, stores, or reports institutional student, financial, or human resources records or data and is provided primarily for administrative purposes.
b. For the purposes of this subsection, a major project is a project with a total cost of five hundred thousand dollars or more.
Large Project Templates
The following are templates of reports that are filed with the Legislative IT Committee as part of any Large Project reporting per the N.D.C.C.
Large Project Quarterly Reports
The following reports are filed quarterly with the Legislative IT Committee per the N.D.C.C.