The number of organizations, small, medium or large, public or private that develop a strategic IS/IT (Information Systems/Information Technology) planning process is increasing gradually in Brazil. As the demand for new methodologies grow, models and processes that help these organizations understand the benefits of using these mechanisms to improve their business, it becomes necessary to evaluate the maturity level of their organizational processes, especially those related to IS/IT. Given the dynamism and complexity of business, with each passing day, organizations are trying to use more robust IS/IT that facilitate planning, control and implementation of their projects to allow strategies to turn into actions that can increase chances of success of these projects. This thesis proposes a model to assess the maturity level of the strategic IS/IT planning of Brazilian governmental organizations, named MMPE-SI/TI (Gov). It was designed in accordance with the main models and standards used for national and international definition and assessment of processes and consist of a reference model (RM), an assessment method (AM) and a database of best practices (DBP) set to assist in the development of the organization improvements plan. The definition of the model involved several steps, including: systematic review, conducting exploratory case studies, organizing a set of best practices, validation with experts from IS/IT area, analyzing and interpreting data and improvements recommendation. The MMPE-SI/TI (Gov) model has 5 maturity levels, 6 capacity levels, 16 processes and 124 best practices for strategic IS/IT planning directed to Brazilian governmental organizations.
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