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  • Application classification framework definitions

    Application classification framework definitions

    Defining Queensland Government's generic classification scheme in terms of systems or functions required to meet organisational requirements.

    Last reviewed on 15 Apr 2015

  • Application classification framework diagram

    Application classification framework diagram

    The goal of the Application classification framework is to allow for a common viewpoint and understanding of the application domains across the Queensland Government. This in turns aids standardisation as various stakeholders come to understand the

    Last reviewed on 15 Apr 2015

  • Application planning techniques

    Application planning techniques

    This document supports the ICT investment planning methodology and provides specific techniques for gathering, classifying, mapping and assessing applications

    Last reviewed on 06 Sep 2017

  • Authorised and unauthorised use of ICT services, facilities and devices guideline

    Authorised and unauthorised use of ICT services, facilities and devices guideline

    This guideline supports the Use of ICT services, facilities and devices policy (IS38) and has been designed to: •define the concepts of limited personal use and authorised and unauthorised use •provide a range of examples for departmental

    Last reviewed on 24 Aug 2017

  • Business planning techniques

    Business planning techniques

    This document supports the ICT investment planning methodology and provides specific techniques for gathering, classifying, mapping and assessing business services and processes

    Last reviewed on 06 Sep 2017

  • Business process classification framework

    Business process classification framework

    Organisations seek to understand their business processes in a consistent way, and a business process classification framework can provide standard definitions and terminology to ensure that everyone in your business is speaking the same 'business

    Last reviewed on 06 Sep 2017

  • Business process modelling notation guideline

    Business process modelling notation guideline

    This guideline provides information and advice to Queensland Government agencies on the recommended practices for documenting business processes using the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN[1]) Specification Version 2.0 released January 2011.

    Last reviewed on 06 Sep 2017

  • Business services classification framework diagram

    Business services classification framework diagram

    Queensland Government business services (business services) are defined as sets of activities that deliver value to or enable outcomes for Queenslanders through the delivery of business outputs.

    Last reviewed on 31 Mar 2015

  • Business services classification framework guideline

    Business services classification framework guideline

    Queensland Government business services (business services) are defined as sets of activities that deliver value to or enable outcomes for Queenslanders through the delivery of business outputs.

    Last reviewed on 01 Jul 2010

  • Business services classification framework

    Business services classification framework

    Queensland Government business services (business services) are defined as sets of activities that deliver value to or enable outcomes for Queenslanders through the delivery of business outputs.

    Last reviewed on 31 Mar 2015

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