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Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) Strategic Policy
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is responsible for directing the development, maintenance and communication of government's information management/information technology (IM/IT) strategic policy, including Chapter 12 of Government's Core Policy and Procedures Manual.
The Legislation, Privacy and Policy branch (LPP), on behalf of the OCIO, creates, modifies and communicates IM/IT policy to enable government to effectively deliver programs and services to citizens. IM/IT policies impact organizational, executive and employee responsibilities and are critical to moving transformational and strategic initiatives forward.
Information Management/Information Technology Policies
Chapter 12 - Information Management/Information Technology
Core Policy and Procedures Manual - Defines authorities and responsibilities for the use and management of information and technology.
Open Information and Open Data Policy - Establishes a framework for the public release of government information and data specific to Proactive Disclosure, Routine Release and Open Data.
Information Incident Management Process - Outlines the steps employees and business owners (including supervisors and service providers) must take if there is an incident that threatens information privacy and security.