Nev. Admin. Code § 242.130 - Feasibility study: Determination of requirement; contents; participation by Division

Current through March 28, 2022

1. The Division will determine whether a feasibility study is required for each proposed project.
2. Each feasibility study must include:
(a) A description of the problem to be resolved and its origin;
(b) The objectives, scope and anticipated results of the project;
(c) Any proposed alternate course of action;
(d) Sufficient information to allow the requesting agency and the Administrator to make decisions concerning the merits of the proposed project;
(e) An analysis of the costs and benefits and an assessment of the risks for each proposed alternate course of action; and
(f) A plan for the management of the project, including a schedule for reporting and reviewing the project.
3. Each alternate course of action included in a feasibility study must be consistent with:
(a) The state agency's plan for the use of resources for an information system;
(b) The biennial state plan; and
(c) The standards set forth in the Nevada Information Systems Policies and Standards Manual.
4. A requesting agency may conduct the feasibility study independently or in conjunction with the Division. If the Division participates in the study, it will charge the requesting agency for the cost of the services it provides to the agency.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 242.130
Added to NAC by Dep't of Data Processing, eff. 9-16-92

NRS 242.111

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