Information systems coordination ISCO

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Coordinating information and technology strategies where the adoption of a common approach would benefit the organisation.

Guidance notes

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This skill is typically applied within a large organisation in which information and technology strategy function is devolved to autonomous units, or within a collaborative enterprise of otherwise independent organisations. 

Examples where a common approach would benefit the organisation include - but is not limited to - shared services, service integration and management, sourcing, supplier management, cloud strategy, enterprise architecture, security.

Information systems coordination: Level 7

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Establishes the organisation's strategy for managing information and communicates the policies, standards, procedures and methods necessary to implement the strategy. Coordinates all aspects of management of the life cycle of information systems. Represents the interests of the entire organisation to general management and external bodies on matters relating to information strategy.

Information systems coordination: Level 6

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Maintains an awareness of the global needs of the organisation. Promotes the benefits that a common approach to technology deployment will bring to the business as a whole. Coordinates and collaborates with others on the promotion, acquisition, development, and implementation of information systems and services.