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State agencies in South Carolina must make numerous decisions each year concerning information technology projects -- which projects are best for the agency, which projects meet the agency’s business objectives, which are the most costs effective, which projects should be funded.
The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines for use by agencies in developing a business case justification for Major, Enterprise and Multi-agency projects in this standard format. Agencies may also use this methodology to develop a business case for smaller, internal projects, as they determine appropriate.
This document provides a framework for agencies to use in assessing the costs, benefits and risks of proposed information technology projects. It can also be used as a tool for executive management to evaluate a proposed project and, once approved, to monitor and control costs/benefits during implementation.
The required elements to be included in the business case analysis are listed below. This document describes how to effectively prepare each section. Once completed, the business case analysis should contain all of the information required to assist decision-makers in evaluating and, if appropriate, approving the proposed project.
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