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ICS Integrated Corrections System

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  1. ICSIntegrated Corrections System State of Wisconsin Melanie Pederson ICS Business Change Manager Melanie.pederson@doc.state.wi.us May 1, 2006

  2. Wisconsin DOC • Adult Institutions • House 21,500 inmates • 38 institutions and centers • Community Corrections • Manage 71,000 adults and juveniles under community supervision • Probation, parole and extended supervision • Juvenile Corrections • House 570 youthful offenders • Three custodial facilities

  3. What is the ICS Project? • Replace five legacy offender information systems with one web-based application • Build a foundation for future DOC application development • Build a single source of decision support information across all three divisions • Complete four phases over four years • Support ASCA performance standards

  4. ICS Project Phases & Timeline • Phase 1a Institution Operations • May 2005 through April 2007 • Phase 2 Community Supervision • August 2006 through January 2008 • Phase 3 Offender Financials • June 2007 through October 2008 • Phase 4 Juvenile Corrections • March 2008 through July 2009

  5. Where We Are Now • Completed all of the JAD sessions for the 14 modules • Quality Assurance & DOC Workgroups testing customized software changes until June 2006 • Unit Acceptance Testing Aug – Sept 2006 • Pilot Testing Sept – Oct 2006 • Phased Implementation for Adult Institutions starts December 4, 2006 • Start planning for start of Phase 2

  6. Lessons Learned • Allow more time for the JAD sessions • Drive JAD session from the Business Process Documentation, not the software • Determine effective use of Quality Assurance • Expand and improve our communications and union involvement process • Provide clearer and stronger scope management • Create a common schedule at the project onset • Need for ‘smart’ flexibility