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IT Governance Tools

This page provides links to special tools (applications) used in Commonwealth of Virginia Technology Management related activities. As new tools are developed to assist technology stakeholders in planning and delivering projects, they will be posted on this site.

Commonwealth Technology Portfolio (Oracle OPPM)

The commonwealth has implemented a commercial-off-the-shelf portfolio management application: the Commonwealth Technology Portfolio (CTP) which has been business-configured to automate portfolio management processes, allowing agencies to manage their business needs and technology investments like a portfolio. This new secure web-based tool will enable agencies to choose and execute upon those IT investments that provide the greatest return to the needs of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Learn more about CTP.

Online Review & Comment Application (O.R.C.A.)

The Online Review and Comment Application (ORCA) allows individuals to provide specific comments on draft or published documents. ORCA is an online application backed by a SQL database. Using ORCA, any person can comment on a document and save their comments to the ORCA database for later review by the VITA staff.

Log in to ORCA.

 

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