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ICT Governance

ICT governance refers to the processes, structures, and policies an organization uses to manage and control its information and communication technology (ICT) systems. ICT governance aims to ensure that ICT investments align with the organization's goals, that risks are identified and managed, and that the ICT systems are reliable, secure, and compliant with legal and regulatory requirements.

Some key elements of ICT governance include:

  1. Strategy and planning: This involves setting goals and objectives for the organization's ICT systems and creating a roadmap for achieving them.
  2. Policies and standards: These are the rules and guidelines that govern how ICT systems are designed, developed, operated, and maintained.
  3. Performance and risk management: This involves measuring and monitoring the performance of the ICT systems, identifying and mitigating risks, and ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
  4. Resource allocation and management: This involves managing the budget, personnel, and other resources necessary to implement and maintain the organization's ICT systems.
  5. Communication and collaboration: This involves promoting communication and collaboration among stakeholders in the organization to ensure that ICT systems are aligned with the organization's goals and priorities.

Overall, ICT governance is essential for ensuring that an organization's ICT systems are effective, efficient, and aligned with the organization's goals and objectives


Prepared By :
Ts. Mohd. Rizal Mohd. Khanafie
Ketua Bahagian Perancangan dan Governan ICT

Date of Input: 22/02/2023 | Updated: 22/02/2023 | zalaz


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