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Promoting the Enterprise

Promoting the Enterprise

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  1. Promoting the Enterprise IPMA 2005 Executive Seminar September 21, 2005 Gary Robinson, Director Department of Information Services Scott Came, Director DIS Enterprise Architecture Program

  2. “…stop agencies from being so decentralized and start sharing that data and start sharing those ideas.”- Fred Olson, deputy chief of staff

  3. “We’re moving as a state toward greater centralization.”- Tom Fitzsimmons, chief of staff

  4. “I don’t believe in centralizing and dictating. I believe in collaboration and working together.” – Gov. Christine Gregoire

  5. Enterprise Vision • The Governor’s Directions • POG 11 • Strengthen government's ability to achieve its results efficiently and effectively • GMAP

  6. Enterprise Initiatives • HRMS • Financial and Administrative Systems Roadmap • SmartBuying • Statewide Governmental Network • VoIP • Business Continuity • One-Stop Business Portal

  7. Collaboration • Partnering with Central Service agencies • HRMS • Support Washington Works • Replace Pay1 • Financial and Administrative Systems Roadmap • Integrated financial business processes • Replace AFRS and related shadow systems • SmartBuying • Using Best Practices for statewide procurement

  8. Enterprise Infrastructure • Position infrastructure for the next generation of Enterprise Services • Governmental networks • SGN2 • K-20 Network • IGN2 • Extend campus fiber • Authentication gateways • SecureAccess Washington™ • Transact Washington™ and Fortress • Communications • Consolidated messaging: VoIP; Blackberry service; EVM, Email, OWA • Next generation of telephony services on a converged network

  9. Business Continuity • Digital Government Academy • Enterprise Business Continuity Plan • Provisioning Enterprise Continuity Services • Facilities • Storage and processing • Data links

  10. One-Stop Business Portal • Enterprise Services to the citizen • Simplifying business with state and local governments • Single secure citizen-centric approach • Multiple levels of engagement • New users • Ongoing users • Sophisticated users • Collaboration between local and state governments

  11. Vision – Enterprise Architecture “I believe in collaboration and working together.” – Gov. Christine Gregoire

  12. Enterprise Architecture Scott Came Enterprise Architecture Program Director

  13. Enterprise Architecture Foundation • Active ISB subcommittee • Adopted NASCIO EA framework • Established principles • Established and prioritized initiatives • Active EA program housed at DIS

  14. EA – A New Focus

  15. Enterprise Initiatives • Networking Standards • Network Convergence • Financial/Administrative Services • Business Continuity Services • Business Portal Services • Directory Services

  16. Architecture Lifecycle

  17. Collaboration / Sharing Innovation • Architecture based on the best ideas and innovations across the enterprise • EA Program’s role is to facilitate a collaborative process • Each initiative establishes a Documenter Team • Working group with architecture deliverables • Leverage existing groups if they exist • Share subject-matter expertise and innovations • Reasonable time commitment

  18. Enterprise Architecture Components Some potential Tier One components for the initiatives follow…

  19. Tier One Information Architecture • Financial/Administrative Services Initiative • What services are provided? • What do the integrated interfaces look like? • What information is exchanged? • One-stop Business Portal Initiative • What citizen-centric services are provided to businesses? • What “backend” services are needed? • What information standards are needed?

  20. Tier One Technology Architecture • Networking Standards Initiative • What policies, standards, and guidelines are needed for the IGN, SGN, K-20 networks? • What are the standard network components? • What policies, standards, and guidelines are needed for a converged network? • What policies, standards, and guidelines are needed to meet security requirements?

  21. Tier One Technology Architecture • Financial/Administrative Services Initiative • What policies, standards, guidelines, and infrastructure components are needed to support secure integration of enterprise services? • What policies, standards, guidelines, and infrastructure components are needed to support seamless authentication across services?

  22. Program Priorities • Leadership and coordination in pursuit of Enterprise Initiatives • Accountability for business-valued deliverables • Architecture expertise and consulting

  23. Program Communications • Program has developed a Communications Plan • Plan specifies tools for identified communication needs • More robust architecture website in near future • Views based on stakeholder needs • Notifications of changes • Interactive—inviting collaboration

  24. How to Participate • Stay informed and offer feedback • Listserv • Committee and Program Web site • Attend committee meetings • Join initiative working groups • Collaborate in the building of the EA • Share your innovations and best practices • Agency architects special interest group

  25. Enterprise Architecture: The Outcomes • Established standards adopted by the ISB • Basis for prioritizing IT Portfolio investment plans • Used for decision-making in Executive and Legislative budgeting

  26. Promoting the Enterprise Questions? Contact: Scott Came, Enterprise Architecture Program Director Phone: (360) 902-3519 E-mail:ScottCa@dis.wa.gov Enterprise Architecture Web site:http://isb.wa.gov/committees/enterprise/index.aspx