The EGC has oversight of all Major IT projects, and any project, independent of size, that represents a high level of risk in security, architecture or implementation.
An EGC project is a project that independent of size has rated high risk in Security, or Architecture or Implementation.
All Salesforce implementations are considered EGC projects.
Every EGC project manager shall create weekly status reports utilizing Clarity and utilize the report to present during EGC meetings. Project Manager shall also create weekly trending report.
A Major IT project is a project that scales higher than 80 using the Project Scaling and Risk Assessment form, which accounts for level of risk, business criticality, costs, architectural fit, duration, among other criteria.
A high risk in security represents a project that has rated high as a result of the CARE Assessment in any of the following: confidentiality, integrity or availability items.
A high risk in Architectural Assessment is a project that rated higher than 30 as a result of the Architectural Components form.
A high risk on implementation is a project that rated between 750 and 1250. That rating refer to items such as sponsorship, organizational change, funding, supportability, resources, interdependencies, technical complexity, duration and implementation.
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