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NM Department of Public Safety TraCS 10.xx Rollout Project Certification for Initiation and Planning June 26, 2014 Santiago Montoya Chief, Traffic Records.

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1 NM Department of Public Safety TraCS 10.xx Rollout Project Certification for Initiation and Planning June 26, 2014 Santiago Montoya Chief, Traffic Records Planning & Safety Division NMDOT Dave Martinez Management Analyst Planning and Safety Division NMDOT Greg Fouratt Cabinet Secretary NMDPS Ron Burton Chief Information Officer NMDPS Joseph Daniel Lovato Major, East Zone NMDPS Pete Kassetas Chief, State Police NMDPS Michael Sandoval Director Planning & Safety Division NMDOT

2 Summary The New Mexico DPS TraCS 10.xx Rollout project is a multi-phase, multi-year program designed to install, configure, and deploy Traffic and Criminal Software (TraCS) 10.xx to New Mexico State Police and Motor Transportation Officers statewide This project will provide electronic collection and management of Traffic Data for NMDPS and its partnering stakeholders. We request certification for Initiation and Planning, releasing $500, of Federal Hazard Elimination funding for work planned for FY15.

3 Project Purpose  Improve the timeliness of driver and vehicle information needed by the courts in New Mexico.  Improve data sharing of New Mexico Traffic Safety Data with internal and external stakeholders  Help identify priorities for National, State, Local, and Tribal highway safety programs.

4 Business Objectives Increase efficiency and productivity by reducing and eliminating manual, paper-based processes, which contribute to high costs and overhead expenses. Optimize business processes by decreasing the time for the creation of citations and reporting to the courts. Develop process for electronic submission of citation data to the Magistrate courts. Develop process for submission of traffic safety data to DOT

5 Technical Objectives Install required TraCS hardware and software in NM State Polices and Motor Transportation Police vehicles. Develop client/server architecture for TraCS clients and TraCS database Develop interfaces between DPS and Magistrate Courts for exporting electronic citation information from TracS database to Magistrate Court Odyssey Case Management System. Export NMDPS TraCS data to DOT traffic safety reporting database.

6 Budget B UDGET Comments: DescriptionFY15FY16FY17FY18FY18 &After Project Mgr/Tech, IV&VTraining/Trave l DPS Proj. Mgr/Tech, DPS IT Staff training $200,000 Consulting Services DOT TraCS Contractor $50,000 TBD Hardware $250, TBD Software $0 T OTAL $500, $500,000.00

7 Schedule P ROPOSED M AJOR D ELIVERABLE S CHEDULE AND P ERFORMANCE M EASURE Major Project Deliverable and Performance MeasureBudgetDue DateProject Phase P ROJECT M ANAGER /T ECH, IV & V CONTRACTS, I MPLEMENTATION P LAN $200,0009/30/2014 Initiation/Planning N ETWORK AND S ERVER C ONFIGURATION, S ECURITY C ONFIGURATION AND I NSTALLATION P LAN FOR BACKEND AND IN -C AR. C OURTS I NTEGRATION P LAN $50,00011/30/2014 Initiation/ Planning U SER A CCEPTANCE T EST P LAN 12/15/2014 Initiation/ Planning C ONFIGURE T RA CS P ILOT I N -C AR T ESTING E NVIRONMENT 01/30/2014 Implementation C ONFIGURE N ETWORK, S ERVER AND S ECURITY T ESTING E NVIRONMENT 01/30/2014 Implementation U SER A CCEPTANCE T ESTING 02/30/2014 Implementation IT O PERATIONAL T RAINING 03/31/2015 Implementation T RANSITION TO P RODUCTION 04/31/2015 Implementation H ARDWARE AND S OFTWARE P URCHASES $250,000 Initiation/ Planning

8 Questions? We request certification for Initiation and Planning, releasing $500,000 for work we have planned for FY15.


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