The Information Technology Security Council, a sub-council of and advisory to the Information Technology Executive Council (ITEC), recommends and reviews policies, guidelines, and best practices for the overall security of information technology systems, infrastructure and data within Kansas state government.
  • A representative from the Kansas Information Security Office (KISO)
  • A representative from the Kansas Adjutant General’s Department
  • A representative from the Department of Administration
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Agriculture
  • A representative from the Office of the Kansas Attorney General
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Corrections
  • A representative appointed by the Kansas Chapter, Association of Government Management Information Sciences
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment
  • The Executive Director of the Information Network Kansas
  • A representative from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation
  • A representative from the Judicial Branch
  • A representative from the Legislative Branch
  • A representative from the Kansas Legislative Post Audit [as ex officio member]
  • A representative from the Kansas Board of Regents
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Revenue
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Transportation
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Education
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Children and Families
  • A representative from the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services
  • A representative from Kansas State University
  • A representative from the University of Kansas
  • A representative from the University of Kansas Medical Center
  • A representative from the Regents members

Kansas Project Management Methodology March/April

Celena Ramirez
785-368-7161
KITO@ks.gov

2022 Project Management Training March-April Registration Form

For more information, including rates - click here

For certification as a State of Kansas IT Project Manager, the participant must complete PMM I, II, and III and successfully pass a final examination. This intensive course focuses on ways participants can run projects faster and more effectively. Participants will learn how to successfully create, monitor and guide the project’s scope and critical path. Participants will diagnose and prevent problems such as scope creep, time slippage, and team conflicts. All Project Management courses have been certified with the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI is the world’s largest project management association and administers a globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) credential program. PMP certification is the most widely recognized in the profession. This certification demonstrates a high level of expertise and knowledge of project management concepts and practices. By aligning course work with PMI, an organization knows that the training is founded on solid information and will support certifications which are globally recognized.                                       

ITSC Chair

Travis White