The Department of Veteran Affairs’ (VA) Office of Information and Technology (OIT) has issued an updated request for information (RFI) searching for guidance on developing its Enterprise Strategic Planning and Governance (ESPG) directorate.

According to the RFI, the ESPG “develops OIT’s goals, objectives and metrics for a $4.9 billion dollar organization that feeds into, aligns with, and supports all agency level technology requirements to ensure the Secretary of VA’s goals are successful.”

OIT is hoping to gain information on “best practices and cost estimates” for the ESPG “Strategic Planning Ecosystem,” including how a contractor could possibly offer support in the IT planning process. This process helps OIT “ensure all programs, projects, resources, and budgetary decisions align with VA strategic goals and objectives.”

Additionally, the planning process for ESPG integrates OIT’s pillars which include “Development; Operations; Strategic Sourcing; Quality Performance and Risk; Information Security; and IT Resource Management.”

Responses are due by noon on March 3.

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Grace Dille is MeriTalk's Assistant Managing Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.