SEM04A - Proactive IT Procurement: Bridging the Chasm of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (separate registration is required)

Monday, May 01 | 8:30AM–12:00PM | Colorado Ballroom GH, Lower Level 2
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Seminar
Poorly planned, misunderstood, and last-minute procurements often blindside IT organizations, resulting in client frustration and erosion of trust and leaving the organization with a high degree of unaddressed or unknown risk. But how can organizations manage these risks effectively if procurement requestors (who know what they want and have purchasing power) lack appropriate skills or knowledge to evaluate the technology, risk, and compliance impact of new products and services?

Outcomes:Apply the Standard+Case incident-management model to your organizational culture * Identify and arrange components of procurement evaluation rubrics and workflow to include security, risk, and other requirements * Articulate best practices, pitfalls, and measures for success


  • Neal Fisch

  • Peter Mosinskis

    Deputy Chief Information Officer, California State University, Office of the Chancellor