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OMB Status 4/11//03

Tom Luedtke. Vicki Novak. Gwen Brown. Pat Dunnington. Steve Isakowitz. OMB Status 4/11//03 . OMB Progress 4/11/03. Steps to Green. Steps to Yellow. Steps to Yellow. Steps to Yellow. Steps to Green.

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OMB Status 4/11//03

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  1. Tom Luedtke Vicki Novak Gwen Brown Pat Dunnington Steve Isakowitz OMB Status 4/11//03 OMB Progress 4/11/03 Steps to Green Steps to Yellow Steps to Yellow Steps to Yellow Steps to Green • Assess and report on success and future actions that will be taken as a result of the implementation of the strategic human capital plan. • Provide information as to how NASA makes meaningful performance distinctions in its 2-level performance system. • Primary Challenge • OPM and OMB evaluation of • two actions are subjective; there • are no clear,established • success guidelines. • Last week • 1. Developed initial list of HC successes and future actions to be incorporated into the SHC Implementation Plan, Rev.2. • This week • 1. Request feedback from small senior management group on activities recommended for 2004 SHCIP. • Improve the manner in which Agency makes performance distinctions among non-SES employees. • Demonstrate marginal cost of achieving performance goals. • Primary Challenge • No clear criteria for successfully • demonstrating that marginal cost • of changing performance goals • can be estimated. • Last week • Continued coordination of PAR with Enterprises • This week • 1. Distribute final review copy of PAR. • 2. Finalize examples of marginal cost trades performed for OMB. • Bring business cases for major systems to an acceptable level. • Cost/schedule/performance overruns/shortfalls on projects cannot exceed 30%. • Primary Challenge • Meeting IT security challenges • given implementation of new NIST • standards. • Last week • Working with Enterprise CIOs to facilitate delivery to OMB (by 11/3) of revised business cases for eleven mission-specific investments. • This week • OMB concurred on Agency action plan to meet 11/03 due date, and 11/10 extension, for revised mission business cases. • 2. EOSDIS, and NCCS submitted on 11/03, as requested by OMB. 9 due on 11/10; 10 due on 12/01. • Publicly announce a standard A-76 competition. • Primary Challenge • Finalizing the site selection to • prevent schedule impact to the • NSSC competition. • Last week • The ACST and the ATO met with potential consultants to assist the ATO in developing the NSSC’s MEO. • LaRC submitted nominations for Center competition source selection officials to the Agency Competitive Sourcing Official. A telecon was held with the LaRC contracting officer and deputy procurement officer to discuss the nominees, as well as thestatus of the LaRC public/private competition. • This week • The ACST is continuing the development of the Agency plan for getting to green. We plan to discuss it with OMB soon. • Resolve remaining material weaknesses, and bring systems into compliance with FFMIA. • Issue unqualified assurance statement under FFMIA. • Primary Challenge • Given that PWC cannot meet any accelerated dated for the FY 2003 audit opinion/PAR, primary issue is to maintain unqualified audit opinion during transition to new accounting system. • Last week • PWC IT audit has identified one reportable condition on overall security and organizational structure of IFMP. NASA Management will have opportunity to discuss draft finding with PWC. • PwC has yet to finalized process for the May to September population issue. PWC not yet clear on required selection criteria, NASA management continues to work with PWC. • This week • May-Sep sample analysis • Finalize DCAA reports on property issues • Work w/PWC on Draft F/S Monday, November 10, 2003

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