|Information Technology Application Development Requirements Approval
||Programmer managers must ensure any request for application development to be documented in writing, tracked, understood and approved prior to putting any new or changes to existin spplications into production. The goal of this polisy is to ensure measures have been takeken to sufficiently reduce risk of delivering applications that do not meet requirements and provide a process of approval fo application development changes are moved to production
|Information Technology Enhancements Move to Production
||Programming teams must take care to ensure best practices regarding product quality has been utilized prior to putting any new or changes to existing systems into production. This will include the development of a test plan and successful completion of appropriate testing or other quality assurance procedures. The goal of this poliscy is to ensure meaaures have been taken to sufficiently reduce risk of enhancement failure and support the process of approval for application development changes are moved to production.
|Information Technology Project Approval Policy
||Policy provides guidelines for agencies when requesting IT projects.
||Provided an overview of all of the procedures that must be followed when RFP for tech services and the bid procedures that the department follows
|Liability/Escrow Accounts and Related Controls
||Set controls for liability/escrow accounts in the State's RI-FANS accounting system.
||Notifying state employees of their responsibility to obtain and maintain appropriate licensure and certification required for their job classification.
|Litigation Hold Policy
||This policy sets forth the authority and process for initiating, implementing, monitoring, and releasing litigation holds.
|Management and Use of State Owned Motor Vehicles Policy
||Policy governs the protections and custody of state-owned motor vehicles.
|Mobile Device Security Policy
||The purpose of this policy is to assist agencies with the growing number of mobile devices in the workplace. The use of mobile handheld, such as Personal Digital Assistants orPDAs, tablets computers and lap tops within the work place is expanding rapidly. These devices are no longer viewed as coveted gadgets for early technology adopters but instead have become indispensible tools that offer business advantages for the mobile workforces, while providing productivity benefits, the ability of these devices to store and transmit information through both wired and wireless networkds poses potential risks to an organization's security. This policy describes a framework for managing mobile and hanheld devices.
|Moving- Relocation Expenses
||Guidelines for state employees to be eligible for moving or relocation expenses.
|Network and Communications Security Policy
||To establish a policy for implementing effective system and communications security over IT system resources and to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of transmitted data
|Non-Exempt Travel Policy
||The purpose of this Non-Exempt Travel Policy is to establish the pay rules that apply to non-exempt or "standard" (overtime eligible) employees when traveling on State business and to ensure compliance with government regulations.
|Nursing Mothers in State Employment
||New mothers in state employment can request space to nurse or express milk. Policy also outlines accommodations and privacy for these mothers.
|OMB Quarterly Report and Corrective Action Plan Policy
||Policies and procedures for the development of quarterly reports and agency corrective action plans.
|Organizational Units Standard
||To define an effective, scalable, secure and manageable Active Directory Organizational Units design and to facilitate one standardized infrastructure for the States Active Directory. The Division of Information Technology shall govern the implementation and operatrion of Microsofts Active Directory domain Controller design on the States enterprise nework.
|ORR Regulatory Review Submission Guidance
||Provides step by step instuctions for how to submit executive branch regulations to the Office of Regulatory Reform (ORR) for review. Agencies submit all regulations to ORR's online system before they move forward in the rulelmaking process.
|Out-of-State Travel Policy
||To have a state-wide agency coordinate all requiremnts for air travel, surface transportation, and lodging for all state employees.
||Establishes overtime approval processes and procedures to ensure that the use of overtime work is kept to a minimum consistent with the needs and requirements of administration of State government.
|P-6 Compensatory Time Procedure
||Policy provides guidelines for Human Resources and Payroll regarding paying accrued compensatory time not yet discharged or paid at time of termination from state service.
|P-7 Procedure for Payments to Deceased Employees
||Provides guidance for Human Resources and Payroll regarding processing payroll payments to deceased employees.