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GTA Update. CIO Council March 17, 2008. RFQC Issued 10 Days Early. Early completion shows team’s focus and dedication RFQC requested proposals for two streams Infrastructure: data centers, mainframes, servers, PCs, laptops Managed network services: state’s wide area network - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • GTA UpdateCIO CouncilMarch 17, 2008

    2005 GDEcD

    Georgia Technology Authority

    RFQC Issued 10 Days EarlyEarly completion shows teams focus and dedicationRFQC requested proposals for two streamsInfrastructure: data centers, mainframes, servers, PCs, laptopsManaged network services: states wide area networkQualifying service providers to be announced by April 7Only qualifying vendors can respond to upcoming RFPs

    2005 GDEcD

    Georgia Technology Authority

    Looking AheadRelease RFPs: April 2008Sign contracts with External Service Providers: October 2008Transition services: November 2008 March 2009TRANSFORMATION: November 2008 onwardThis is transformational change

    2005 GDEcD

    Georgia Technology Authority

    Transformation Will Affect All AgenciesIf you are not involved now, an agency with similar requirements is involvedMany processes will change

    Enterprise agencies working with GTA to ensure successOffice of Planning and BudgetAdministrative ServicesState Personnel Administration

    ProcurementBillingBudgetingPlanningAsset management

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    The New GTABusiness model that reflects an outsourced infrastructureDo less, manage moreMust lead the institutionalization of transformation and changeGovernance plays a large roleVision, mission and values must reflect the Governors priorities and the spirit of the New Georgia

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    GTAs Business ModelServices for Georgians

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    StateAgency

    GTA Service Management Organization

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    External Service Providers

    StateAgency

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    Service Delivery

    Data Sales

    Private Sector

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    GTA Administration

    State IT Enterprise

    Policies, Standardsand Guidelines

    Strategic Planning

    Project Assurance

    Governance

    Security

  • Service Management Organization (SMO)

    CIO Council March 17, 2008

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Roadmap for BriefingTwo things going on at GTAGTA RestructureBuilding the Service Management OrganizationIntroducing the Service Management OrganizationWhat is an Service Management Organization (SMO)?Why do we need an SMOAn SMO for GTA What does the SMO look like?How has the SMO been designed?How do the SMO functions relate to the best practice model

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    Whats different About GTA?

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    Model Thin Corporate LayerEnterprise Relationships

    Robust Operating Layer (COO)Coordinate the delivery of services to agencies

    Technology Officer

    EnterpriseTechnologyPlanningAdministrative Officer Information SecurityOfficer Operations Officer

    MarketingOfficer

    SMO

    ESP 2ESP 1CIO Etc

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Operational Component of GTA transforms into a Service Management Organization

    CIO

    Vendor Management

    Administrative Services Retained Services Client RelationshipProduct Services Operations OfficerCOO Enterprise Service Solutions

    To manage the relationship between GTA and infrastructure providers to ensure business receives quality, cost effective, reliable and scaleable infrastructure services Enterprise Disaster Recovery Enterprise SolutionsTo leverage the best practice technologies and processes from the infrastructure service providers to drive change in enterprise functionsWhat Happens to Operations?

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    What is an SMO ?

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    Why do we need an SMO?

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    How are we formalizing the SMO?

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    What does an SMO look like ?

    SMOGTA CustomersExternal Service Providers

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    SMO ComponentsSMO CriteriaDrivers Objectives Principles Critical Success Factors Metrics

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    Defining the SMO - Criteria

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    TPI SMO Design MethodologyHow does the SMO interact with other functions within the enterprise & with external providers when executing its core processes?What are the key processes that the SMO executes in order to exercise its mandate?What is the mandate of the SMO function?How should the SMO be funded and how should it recover its costs?What governance bodies will be required to ratify decisions and resolve escalated issues?Based on the organizational construct, what job roles are required to execute the processes?CharterProcessRelationshipsOrganizationPeople & SkillsGovernance$Current ActivitiesInitial Draft CharterTeam working first 6 of Top 10 Processes How should the SMO be organized in order to execute these processes in an efficient manner?

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    The SMO Process ModelTPI has identified and classified 30 Processes by SMO DisciplineMost of these processes will be owned by GTA, some by the Service Providers and a few may be sharedThere may be additional processes required which are unique to GTAs situation

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    TPI SMO Disciplines

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    The Top 10 processesC01 Contract AdministrationC02 Contract Change ManagementC03 Contract Issue ManagementC06 Governance LibraryF01 Invoice ValidationF02 Performance Credits, Earnbacks, and Critical MilestonesF07 BillingP01 Performance Analysis & Service Delivery Management P02 Service Requests & AuthorizationR01 Governance

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    What is a Process?A defined and documented sequence of goal-oriented actions that are undertaken by authorized people that can be repeated over time to deliver a pre-determined output where measured performance can be improved over time (to reduce time, reduce resources, reduce cost or to improve quality)and that is only to be deviated from as the result of an informed and conscious business decision

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Process Document - DesignEvery document in the suite is consistent in designSMO discipline area and process name in headerRevision control and confidentiality statement in footerStyled like a business document; ISO 9002 compliant

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Detailed Process Document ContentHeader information:Header: GTA, Discipline Name, Process NameProcess name, process no., release date, versionAuthor, reviser, approverProcess owner, titleAttachments, descriptionAudience1. Purpose2. Entry Criteria/Catalyst event3. Included in process4. Outside of process5. Inputs6. Outputs7. Exit Criteria8. Related Contract Terms and Conditions9. Retained Records and Disposition10. Process Flowcharts11. Visio 2003 Document Embedding12. Document List13. Touchpoints14. Keywords15. Definitions (may be put in the process aid, if one is used)16. Revision ControlRevision versionDateRevised byApproved byDescriptionFooter: Company Confidential, Page Number (of pages), revision number, revision date

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Process Approach Level 1 Flow ChartThe Level 1 process is the highest level of process developmentShows the sequence of Level 2 processesIdentifies the documents that are inputs or outputs of the process at a glanceAll processes are documented in word and represented as flow charts (Visio)

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    Process Approach Level 2 flow chartsThe Level 2 Process is the next level of detail down from Level 1Simple swimlanes for GTA, Agency, and Service ProviderDocuments are shown at the step in the Level 2 process where they are used

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  • Independent Verification and Validation:Project Assurance Process

    CIO Council March 17, 2008

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    Georgia Technology Authority

    IV&V / Project Assurance Process Agenda

    What is IV&V? Description

    When is IV&V Used? Project PhasesWho are the Key Participants of IV&V? StakeholdersHow does GTA ensure Value with IV&V? PerformanceFeedback on Assurance Process? New ApproachIT Project Governance StrategyWhy Conduct a Self-Assessment? Gauges RiskHow to Conduct an Assessment? Tool

    2005 GDEcD

    Confidential - Georgia Technology Authority * *

    What is IV&V?A 3rd Party, Value-added approach for ensuring:

    Technology projects meet their objectivesProject deliverables meet quality and customer expectationsCosts are within project budgetSchedules are met

    Required for Projects over $1 million

    IV&V is an insurance policy for Project Risk______________________________________

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    Confidential - Georgia Technology Authority * *

    When is IV&V Used?Four Basic Stages during a Project

    Business Justification (Rarely)

    Planning / Procurement (Recommended)

    Implementation (Required)

    Benefits Realization (Recommended)

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    Confidential - Georgia Technology Authority * *

    Who are the Key Participants of IV&V?Primary Reporting to:

    Provides Advice & Council to:

    Provides Recommendations to:

    Reports to, as needed:Executive Sponsor GTA Executive Director

    Business Owner(s) GTA EPMO Director

    Project ManagerGTA Engagement Manager

    Steering CommitteeEnterprise Critical Project Review Panel

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    Confidential - Georgia Technology Authority * *

    How does GTA ensure Value with IV&V?IV&V PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Manages supply and dem