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This policy can help ensure that projects are implemented using best practice techniques and established project management methodologies, such as PMBOK and Prince2, when acquiring and deploying new technology.
The City and County of San Francisco Committee on Information Technology (COIT) uses this policy to ensure that technology projects are implemented using best practice techniques and established project management methodologies.
This policy requires departments to adopt a generally recognized and accepted methodology such as PMBOK and Prince2 when managing, acquiring and deploying new technology. In addition, each project must include management tools such as the project charter and project plan.
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