To ensure that it adequately informs the Legislature about the status of the IT projects in its strategic plan, the State Bar should annually update the projects' cost estimates, their respective status, and the funds available for their completion.
At its July 24, 2015, meeting, the Board of Trustees adopted a policy requiring that a written cost-benefit analysis be submitted to the Board of Trustees before committing to, or making a binding agreement as related to, a project or other initiative that is expected to cost in excess of $2,000,000. The report supporting the Board action is being submitted via email.
The State Bar will include the update of this information in its annual report on the status of the implementation of its strategic plan, which is submitted with its final proposed budget to the Legislature by February 15 of each year.
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