Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)


The Office of the Chief Information Officer(OCIO), as led by the Chief Information Officer (CIO), defines, implements, monitors, and maintains Enterprise Information Technology (EIT) for the M-NCPPC. The OCIO works with M-NCPPC IT organizations to ensure transparency and maximize value to the tax payer.

The CIO strives to ensure the right EIT is in the right place, at the right time, working with the Chief Technology Officers of each department. Together, they assign EIT across the agency, to deliver highly reliable and secure services and products.

Corporate Information Technology

Corporate IT provides Commission-wide Information Technology (IT) infrastructure standards,
core business systems, data security, service, and support to all departments in the agency.
Corporate IT also implements and administers IT governance policies established by the Chief
Information Officer (CIO) to ensure accountability and protection of the agency’s data.
Corporate IT is comprised of two Divisions: Enterprise IT (EIT) and Executive Office Building IT

Enterprise IT (EIT)

EIT is responsible for administering agency-wide infrastructure and producing consistent and
timely communication of agency-wide IT standards and procedures. EIT also implements and
administers security governance policies to ensure the protection of Commission data.

Executive Office Building IT (EOB-IT)

EOB-IT is responsible for delivering applications and end user services to CAS staff. This includes
providing help desk services, managing virtual desktop environments, and providing support
solutions for agency-wide systems including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), timekeeping,
payroll, and support Human Resource (HR) operations.

Program Management Office (PMO)