The Information Systems Strategic Plan of Sorsogon State College is a three-year plan that outlines in detail how information and communications technology (ICT) will be used to support the College’s vision and mission. The study was conducted at Sorsogon State College with respondents of 104 employees. The IS/IT planning methodologies used were SWOT, critical success factors, and gap analyses. Data were gathered through document analysis, survey, observation, and an interview with the key informants. The study used the framework suggested by Anita Cassidy (2006) and streamlined Information Systems Strategic Plan template (revised in 2014) of the Philippine government. The study emphasized a collaborative and careful information systems planning, in support of e-government project initiatives and their strategic direction, as well as factors such as budget allocation, organizational culture and values, management practices and processes, the readiness of staff in terms of skills and knowledge, IS/IT strategy, and network infrastructure.
Bertumen, Estefanie and Grafia, Ruel, "Information Systems Strategic Plan for Sorsogon State College" (2019). PACIS 2019 Proceedings. 85.