C-level projects are work that is going on in CCIT Services that are managed within the functional groups rather then through the PMO. C-level Projects include system upgrades and enhancements, hardware upgrades, facilities projects, and so on. C-level projects typically don't need team members outside their functional group to get the project done, but may need other groups to know about the project from a support, communications, or systems integration perspective.
C-Level Project Managers
project managers report into their functional groups, and lead their projects
from concept to completion. They are responsible for all phases of the project
from original concept through final implementation.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: creating and submitting a Charter to their manager, assembling a project team, assigning individual responsibilities, confirming that work delivered meets requirements, obtaining Production Acceptance Criteria signoff, designing and managing campus readiness plans, and realizing timely completion of the project.
Identifying a C-Level Project
key to identifying a C-Level Project is to consider Risk, Staffing, and
We recognize that differentiating a C-Level Project from a standard change or upgrade or new service is somewhat subjective. If you are unsure about where your project fits, we encourage you to contact PMO and we will help with assessment
If you can answer "Yes" to any three of the following list items, your project is probably a C-Level Project:
If you can answer "Yes" to any of the following list items, you should contact PMO