CAPPS Governance & Meetings
The CAPPS program includes a collaborative, agency-inclusive governance process.
CAPPS Governance methodology allows for the creation and definition of critical project aspects, including:
- Application lifecycle
- Architecture roles and responsibilities
- Change control
- Decision framework
- Fiscal policy
- System audits
Though the Comptroller’s office centrally manages and deploys the CAPPS system, all CAPPS agencies are represented when making decisions that affect their CAPPS-based systems.
The CAPPS Governance structure is comprised of three committees — each with nine voting members that represent CAPPS-participating agencies. Voting members may be either designated or elected, based on their agency size and CAPPS platform (Central or Hub). The Governance committees are:
- CAPPS Financials User Group – open to all state employees
- CAPPS HR/Payroll User Group – open to all state employees
- CAPPS Steering Committee – closed meeting for designated representatives
CAPPS Governance meetings allow participating agency staff and other state employees to stay informed on current and future CAPPS system enhancements and deployment activities, as well as participate in special-interest discussions on specific modules or functionality.
Additional information about CAPPS Governance and committee meetings can be found under the Resources section of Fiscal Management CAPPS.