Tech plans used to be lists of hardware, software, network devices, protocols, operating systems, platforms, etc. Then they started including more educational goals and objectives, and the hardware/network/software/etc. became an appendix in the back.
But the target is moving so rapidly and schools that want to sit down and plan, as they should, might do better with a Learning Plan Wiki instead which would include how all learners will participate and progress, how infrastructure/hardware/network, etc. will support, how curriculum will evolve. So that everyone can contribute, update, items can be added and subtracted, attachments can come and go, and stakeholders can not just view it all but be active participants. I don't know of any schools doing this yet -- but likely some are - or will soon.