Two years have passed since the release of New York City Housing Authority's (NYCHA's) "Information Technology Strategic Plan for 2005-2010 V. 1.0: Focus on Financial Stability."

Avi Duvdevani, deputy general manager for information technology and CIO of the New York City Housing Authority recently announced the publication of the authority's two-volume IT strategic plan update.

"Because of the magnitude of accomplishments and fiscal challenges during that time," said Duvdevani in an e-mail, "as well as the recent publication of PlanIT, New York City's enterprise technology plan, the planned update to NYCHA's 2005 IT strategic plan is both timely and appropriate."

Duvdevani said the updated IT Strategic Plan continues to provide a broad overview of information technology goals through 2011, as well as a roadmap of prioritized initiatives to be undertaken over the next 24 months, a number of which are already in progress.