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FMS Connectivity

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  1. FMS Connectivity Customer Advisory Board Meeting Las Vegas – December 12, 2006 Presented By: Denise Quirarte Kansas City Financial Center

  2. Topics • Connectivity for Disaster Recovery Purposes • PAM - Kansas City Regional Operations Center (KROC) as Primary Payment Processing Site • Decommissioning of Hyattsville Regional Operations Center (HROC).

  3. Currently • Majority of payment processing is done on the HROC platform (with the exception of SSA/SSI Monthly payments which process on KROC). • Customer agencies transmitting bulk files have a dedicated line or Frame Relay connection to HROC. • Several customer agencies have dedicated lines or Frame Relay connections to both HROC and KROC (for contingency).

  4. Currently Current Connectivity KROC HROC FPA Few Agencies Most Agencies

  5. What’s Coming • PAM will process all payments on KROC. Processing will be implemented in releases between 2007 and 2009. • HROC is being decommissioned Sept 2009. • KROC will be the primary processing site. • Bureau of Public Debt (BPD) will become the contingency processing site.

  6. Preferred Connectivity Method • The Preferred method of implementation is IP over Sprint’s MPLS Private Internet Protocol (PIP). • Note: Sprint is discontinuing Frame Relay. • This method provides connectivity to HROC and KROC now and KROC and BPD in the future.

  7. What’s Coming • Future Connectivity KROC BPD SPRINT (MPLS) PIP FPA

  8. Benefits of MPLS • Reduces Network Connections • Only requires one line from the agency to Sprint. • Better Contingency Management • Connectivity to the contingency site eliminates the need for cartridge or CD use if the primary site is down. • Switchover in a contingency is transparent to the Agency

  9. Next Steps • Verification and documentation of current connectivity: • KFC has contacted each Agency that transmits Bulk Files • FMS Network Engineering: • Assist Agencies with questions and planning • Provides a connectivity guide as a reference (included) • Will provide a customized network proposal. • Please identify yourself as a KFC customer. • KFC: • Performs testing with the Agency following line installation. • Will work with each Agency to ensure adequate connectivity is in place prior to the upcoming FMS changes.

  10. Contacts • KFC: • Paul Jackson 816-414-2310 Paul.Jackson@fms.treas.gov • Eugene Phillips 816-414-2328 Eugene.Phillips@fms.treas.gov • Network Engineering: • Joseph Mendez 202-874-7099 Joseph.Mendez@fms.treas.gov