A TIN is a detailed online questionnaire that provides structured information about a technology initiative.
Any Executive Branch agency making OR planning an Information Technology Investment, including maintenance or enhancements to existing systems and applications, with aggregated costs of $50,000 or more is required to submit a Technology Investment Notification (TIN) to EITS as part of their biennial budget process as well as for interim funding within the biennium.
A TIN is required regardless of the funding source, even if State IT is not involved in the project or ongoing maintenance. Changes to a Technology Investment requires an amendment to the TIN if schedule, scope, or budget changes by more than 5% (+ or -).
TINs are needed to help plan for enterprise infrastructure utilization needs, gain visibility over the state’s security profile, and build a repository of data, to help us understand the state’s overall technical profile.
A TIN completion memo is required by the Governor’s Finance Office before an investment may be heard at the Board of Examiners meetings and by Purchasing before a Request For Proposal (RFP) can be released.
Agency has O365 (Business Productivity Suite) -> TIN 2.0 Process
If your Agency has an O365 license as part of the State tenant:
- Request access to the TIN 2.0 site: State TIN Submitters
- If the link does not work, send an email
All other Agencies (no O365) -> Original TIN 1.0 Process
- Ensure you are in EITS TIN Submitters Group (request from EITS Help Desk)
- Ensure InfoPath 2013 is installed on your machine (your local agency IT or EITS)
- Ensure Internet Explorer 11 has “http://nvsp.nv.gov” added to your local intranet zone (see Technical Requirements)
- Use Internet Explorer 11 to access the TIN 1.0 Site