Presentation on theme: "N ABIL S HAFIKE (M IDDLE R IO G RANDE B ASIN M ANAGER, I NTERSTATE S TREAM C OMMISSION ) R ENÉE M ARTÍNEZ (C HIEF I NFORMATION O FFICER ) G AR C LARKE."— Presentation transcript:
N ABIL S HAFIKE (M IDDLE R IO G RANDE B ASIN M ANAGER, I NTERSTATE S TREAM C OMMISSION ) R ENÉE M ARTÍNEZ (C HIEF I NFORMATION O FFICER ) G AR C LARKE (GIS C OORDINATOR ) Office of the State Engineer-Interstate Stream Commission Middle Rio Grande Depletion Study Project Historical Land & Water Use Data Analysis
Project Purpose 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 2 To develop an integrated application that will compile digital historical land and water use statistics for a selected area. To develop analytical tools to calculate consumptive water use totals, validate water right claims, and verify water use compliance. Although initially focused on the Middle Rio Grande (MRG), the applications will be designed to extend to other water basins in support of the Agency’s primary operational strategy, i.e. Active Water Resource Management.
Project Background 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 3 This project is one component of a larger project that was approved by the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC) to: Ensure compliance with Rio Grande Compact; Evaluate water consumption and use; Automate the water right application evaluation process. The application part of the project will use the developed data to automate the process of evaluating land/water use and water right applications.
4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 4 Constituent Benefits Improves (speed, accuracy) water rights application evaluation process in Middle Rio Grande basin Allows Agency to accurately respond to water availability questions in the Middle Rio Grande Provides data to support ISC Endangered Species Act compliance activities Provides data to support ISC Rio Grande Compact compliance activities
Alignment with State Water Plan 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 5 The State Water Plan includes the following as fundamental statewide common water management priorities, goals, and objectives: Providing for fish and wildlife habitat preservation and maintenance and for river restoration Maintaining and enforcing interstate stream compact compliance Completing water rights adjudications Protecting senior water rights
Project Methodology & Key Deliverables 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 6 PhaseDeliverableDue Date & Cost Requirements System Requirements (Functional & Technical) May 9 ($27,328) Design Design Specifications May 23 ($22,246) Construction Iterative Builds Unit & Integration Testing June 20 ($71,846) Acceptance Testing & Training User Acceptance Testing User Training Course IT Training Course June 27 ($14,345) Deploy Software Installation in Production Environment June 30 ($3,070) Total$138,835
Project Governance 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 7 Agency IT Governance Committee Project Steering Committee Project Team (Project Manager, IT Staff, Contractor Staff) Agency-IT Strategy Alignment IT Investment Decisions IT Project Portfolio Management Project Task Execution Project Issue Management Program-IT Strategy Alignment Project Investment Decisions Project Scope Management
Agency Ability to Implement Project Successfully 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 8 Agency IT Governance Committee & Interstate Stream Commission Approved Project Resource Plan Program Staff (ISC, WRAP, LAP) IT Staff (Contractor-AMEC, internal staff) Technology Proven Technology Extension of Technologies Already in Place
DoIT Infrastructure Impact 4/23/2008 OSE/ISC MRG Depletion Study Project 9 Data Center (Servers, Storage) Storage architecture approved by DoIT Telecommunications (Network Bandwidth) Local storage until QMOE installation in new Albuquerque office Enterprise (Applications, H/W, S/W) N/A