IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Jan 21 2011   10:08PM GMT

Governing IT: Setting Control Objectives – Part III

Robert Davis Robert Davis Profile: Robert Davis

IT planning, organization, acquisition, implementation, delivery, support, monitoring, and evaluation are baseline IT subjects that embrace core managerial responsibilities as conceived by Henri Fayol. Categorically, IT related planning, organization, acquisition, and implementation can be considered design areas for defining compatibility and functionality of IT configurations; whereas, IT related delivery, support, monitoring, and evaluation can be considered operational areas for enabling consistency and accuracy of IT processing. Nevertheless, adopted control objectives should reflect the entity’s control environment.

View Part I of the Governing IT: Setting Control Objectives series here

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