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Project Management Office

The overall goal of the ITPMO is to promote the successful delivery of Information Technology projects at TTUHSC in accordance with Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 216, and the State of Texas Project Delivery Framework. Our major objectives are to maintain oversight and accountability of IT projects, assist the Chief Information Officer with effective allocation of information resources to projects, facilitate knowledge transfer concerning project management practices, assist customers with IT project initiation, and communicate with customers regarding the status of their IT projects.

What is an IT project?

An Information Technology project will meet all of the following criteria:

1. Is a temporary work effort, i.e., has a specific duration and a defined start and end date;

2. The outcome is a unique process, product, or service;

3. Requires multiple tasks and/or skills to complete;

4. Includes a technology component; i.e., will involve hardware, software, systems, or data, or some other technology component.

How do I initiate an IT project?

You may initiate an IT project by using the link Submit a Project Request which requires the use of the Internet Explorer browser and your e-Raider login credentials. Use the format ttuhsc\your e-Raider (no spaces), and your e-Raider password.

Project Governance

All IT projects must complete two governance reviews before work can begin. For this reason, customers are encouraged to submit their Project Requests at least six months prior to the planned project start date (see additional information on construction projects).  Please see Governance for governance review dates and project submission deadlines.


If you are submitting a project that will require programming and/or database development for a new web application or for other web related services, the work period and resource requirements will need to be discussed prior to setting a proposed work period. The IT Programming, Applications and Web Services department that performs these IT project services may not be able to schedule your project in the work periods indicated.

This department currently has a very long queue of scheduled projects. Due to staff vacancies and the projects currently scheduled, the resources may not be available to meet your needs in the work period and by the deadline requested.

If your project request is best addressed by the IT Programming, Applications and Web Services, we are more than happy to discuss your project, possible work periods for scheduling and if necessary other options.

Last Updated 2/25/2014