Sunday 25th of February 2018

Towards a new approach to pooling COBIT 5 and ITIL V3 with ISO/IEC 27002 for better use of ITG in the Moroccan parliament

Malik Motii and Alami Semma

Despite the large number of options available, there has been considerable confusion over the different methods used by the IT manager due to their lack of compressive information. this paper aims at studying the importance of IT governance (ITG) and proposing a new approach to pooling the references ITIL, COBIT with ISO / IEC 27002 for better use of the ITG in the Moroccan parliament. The latter is considered as a set of organizations with the task of legislative responsibilities, government control, evaluation of public policies, parliamentary diplomacy, and strengthening of parliamentary relations with constitutional institutions, Good governance, advanced regional workshops, civil society and citizens. Furthermore, this document will give the answer to a key question, whether the GSI should rely on the functions of the Moroccan parliament or should it envisage broader and more evolving objectives affecting the whole of government?

Keywords: Good practices, Moroccan Parliament, IT governance, ITIL, COBIT, ISO / IEC 27002.

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Malik Motii
Ph.D. student ‘The IT governance for the Moroccan Parliament’, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science and Technology, Hassan 1st University, Settat, Morocco. Currently an engineer specialized in networks and information systems, information technology manager networks of information systems in the house of Counselors, Moroccan parliament.

Alami Semma
Ph.D. in Faculty of Science and Technology, Hassan 1st University, Settat, Morocco. He is a qualified professor in electrical engineering.

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