Award Package Submissions
Post-Procurement Review Process
DoIT will continue to provide oversight of the post-procurement process. This includes the review and approval of things such as contract modifications, extensions, and recommendations for award. Like the pre-procurement process, the review is focused upon alignment with statewide IT master plans and policies, service offerings available throughout the state including DoIT’s service catalog, and DoIT’s contract library.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Will DoIT still review my procurement? Yes. Any IT procurement that is sent to DGS will be routed to DoIT for review. The procurement does not proceed forward until DoIT issues an approval back to DGS.
- After October 1, 2019 where do I send an IT procurement? DoIT encourages you to speak with your Portfolio Officer first, before developing a procurement. This helps ensure that the efforts undertaken to assemble your acquisition align with statewide IT policies.
- What does DoIT do during its review? DoIT’s review process is designed to maximize efficiency and value for the state. Requests are evaluated against the statewide IT master plans and policies, service offerings available throughout the state including DoIT’s service catalog, and DoIT’s contract library. You will receive a referral if the request can be serviced more efficiently through an existing service or contract. In cases where a procurement is necessary, DoIT will assign a technical writer who will work with you to assure that your scope of work meets business requirements, and statewide policies and standards.