Presentation on theme: "Video Conferencing Planning Certification DoIT PCC December 19, 2007 Executive Sponsor Lawrence C. Pacheco Chief Information Officer Project Director Timothy."— Presentation transcript:
Video Conferencing Planning Certification DoIT PCC December 19, 2007 Executive Sponsor Lawrence C. Pacheco Chief Information Officer Project Director Timothy Oakeley Infrastructure Manager Project Manager Bryan Gill, PMP
Funding / Certification History Laws of:Source of AuthorizationAppropriation AmountRemaining Balance 2007Laws of 2007, Chapter 28, Section 5 $705,400 Total$705,400 Note: NMCD has provided the DoIT documentation for fund reauthorization for the remaining amount above. Certification History (Include any previous project or phase certifications) DateAmountFunding Source(s) (use specific citations to laws, grants, etc.) 11/28/2007 $25,000.00Laws of 2007, Chapter 28, Section 5, Item 86 Current: Planning Phase 12/19/2007 $35,000.00Laws of 2007, Chapter 28, Section 5, Item 86 Planned: Implementation Phase 1/2008 $645,400.00
Project Governance Steering Committee: Larry Pacheco, CIO Charlene Knipfing, Director – PPD Tim Oakeley, ITD Infrastructure Manager Dr. Sign, Tele-Medicine/Tele-Health Sherrry Stevens, Parole Board Lawrence Jarmillo, APD Josh Ruden, Legal Bryan Gill, Project Manager
Project Accomplishments Drafted PMP Identified IV & V Vendor Negotiated draft IV & V Contract Submitted IV & V Contract to DoIT for review Held discovery meeting with DoIT (12/7/2007) Defined Governance Structure Identified Steering Committee
Discovery with DoIT Met with DoIT on Friday December 7 to discuss NMCD’s proposed video network architecture Discussed Qwest QMOE vs. Qwest DS3 technology Discussed current and future Qwest QMOE locations Awaiting final pricing from DoIT for QMOE solution including MPLS layer costs
IV & V Vendor Identified and Contract negotiated. Currently in review at DoIT Working with the State Agency and its Project vendor(s) to define and obtain agreement on Project deliverables and expectations. Finding key areas that pose risk to the Project and recommending mitigation strategies to reduce those risks. Leveraging experienced resources who know where to focus to perform targeted reviews of Project deliverables and practices. Monitoring the progress of the Project. Maintaining a project-wide focus on critical issues, milestones and objectives. Documenting and delivering clear, factual analyses of Project deliverables and actual practices.
Project Risk Currently Project has not identified any risks that are showstoppers requiring Steering Committee activity. As of December 13, 2007