I. Organization A. Structure and Organization: Describe the

I. Organization A. Structure and Organization: Describe the current organizational structure and background information. How does the organization organize itsinternal and external communication? What is the age of the organization? What is the organizational structure? Include the following: 1. What is the number of employees? 2. What is the organizational decision-making structure?3.What kinds of technology are used in the organization? B. Customer Profile: Analyze the customer profile of the company to determine possible competitive issues that could be IT-related. What is thesize and type of community? Who is the primary customer? What is the size of the customer/end-user base? What is the demographic profile ofthe customer or end user? C. IT Values: What are the IT values of the organization? Analyze the organizational values as indicated by policies, public releases, or noted actionsof the company. Some things to consider include: 1. How does the organization deal with intellectual property rights? 2. What is the privacy policy of the organization? 3. What is the technology usage policy? 4. How does the organization ensure the accuracy of the data it stores?5. How does the organization ensure data accessibility, while ensuring data security?6. What, if any, governance policies are implemented within the organization? D. Internal Standards: What are the existing internal rules and standards for information technology governance? Describe the existing policies andstandards within the organization to establish a baseline for appropriate practice. II. IT Vision and Mission A. IT Vision: What is the ideal vision of how your IT department fits into the overall organization? What is the role that IT plays in the organization?Articulate your clear and reasonable ideal vision for the roles and responsibilities of the IT department (or IT subgroup) within the organization.B. IT Mission: What is the IT mission of the organization? Craft an IT mission statement that represents your vision, represents the values of theorganization, and speaks to the impact of IT on business opportunity and competitive advantage. Action Plan: Your action plan should include all of the relevant considerations for yourdepartment and company, as it would if you were to create one for your own company of employment. Your plan should address and include thefollowing: A. Plan: Articulate the steps, timeline, and responsibilities for the action plan in a professional manner by integrating aspects of IT, strategy, andmanagement principles to inform sound decision making. B. Regulations and Standards: Analyze regulations and external information management standards to ensure ethical and legal compliance for eachaction item. Defend the adherence of each to relative standards, regulations, and internal controls.C. Value Assessment: Provide the rationale for each action item. In other words, assess the value of each action item within the context of thebusiness processes, quality management, or organization impact. D. Fiscal Management: Discuss the high-level impact of each action item on the department and organization in terms of finances and budgetaryconsiderations. This is not intended to be a detailed budget proposal, but a higher-level, broader discussion on the fiscal benefits and costs of theactions you plan to bring forth. You may need to perform some research depending on the type of action plans you are creating. Your paper should follow these formatting guidelines: 4-5 pages in length, with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, andone-inch margins. S