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1 Line of Business Kick Off Meeting March 16, 2006

2 2 LoB Kick-Off Meeting Outcomes Common understanding of… Scope and expected outcomes for the LoB initiatives Key milestones, approach, and action plan Roles & responsibilities Immediate next steps

3 3 LoB Kick-Off Meeting Agenda 2:00Opening Remarks & Welcome Clay Johnson 2:05Lines of Business Opportunities Karen Evans Lynn Scarlett, Beth Robinson, and Deidre Lee 2:15High-level Timeline and Milestones,John Sindelar and LoB Deliverables 2:35LoB Logistics and ManagementVon Harrison Introduction - LOB Managing Partners 2:50Q&AOMB, GSA 2:55 Wrap up and Closing Remarks Tim Young 3:00 Adjourn

4 4 Lines of Business Opportunities OMB and the LoB Task Forces are focused on business-driven, common solutions developed through architectural processes. The following LoBs will be undertaken in FY 2006: Budget Formulation and Execution IT Infrastructure Optimization Geospatial Common Solutions: A business process and/or technology based shared service made available to government agencies. Business Driven (vs. Technology Driven): Solutions address distinct business improvements that directly impact LoB performance goals. Developed Through Architectural Processes: Solutions are developed through a set of common and repeatable processes and tools. Common Solutions: A business process and/or technology based shared service made available to government agencies. Business Driven (vs. Technology Driven): Solutions address distinct business improvements that directly impact LoB performance goals. Developed Through Architectural Processes: Solutions are developed through a set of common and repeatable processes and tools.

5 5 High-Level Timeline Mar 2006 Apr 2006May 2006Jun 2006Jul 2006Aug 2006Sep 2006 Kick Off Meeting 3/16/06 Proposed Common Solutions & Draft Architecture 6/9/06 Draft Solutions & Architecture 5/26/06 RFI Distributed 4/6/06 Develop Common Solutions & Target Architecture Define/ Plan LoB Monitor and Communicate LoB Progress/Status RFI Responses Received & Evaluated 5/5/06-5/15/06 LoB Vision & Plan Completed 3/28/06 Develop Business Case Draft Joint Business Case due 6/9/06; Agency Comments due 6-19 Final Joint Business Case Early Aug. ‘06 Develop RFI

6 6 Expected LoB Outcomes The LoB Task Forces will identify common solutions, develop a target architecture, and develop a joint (interagency) business case by August MilestonesKey Deliverables 3/28/06LoB Vision, Goals, and Objectives and project Plan (FY06 draft spend plan, project plan) 4/6/06RFI to Industry, Agencies, etc. 4/18-19/06Practitioner’s Day Meetings 5/8/06Collection of Agency Data (4/10 – 5/8) 5/5/06Due date for RFI Responses 5/15/06RFI Analysis and Summarization 5/26/06Draft Common Solutions and Target Architecture 6/9/06Proposed Common Solutions and Target Architecture 6/9/06Draft Joint Business Case for LoB Common Solutions 6/12/06Draft Joint Business Case to Agencies for Comment 6/19/06Due Date for Agency Comments on Draft Joint Business Case Early Aug 06Final Joint Business Case for LoB Common Solutions

7 7 Vision, Goals, & Objectives Description A statement that reflects what complete success looks like. Goals are the desired results or achievements that the effort is directed at, making the vision a reality. Objectives are the tactical targets that lead to meeting the goals. Each line of business must identify common solutions and develop a supporting target enterprise architecture that addresses the goals and objectives of the vision. Approach Managing partners develop a straw man Conduct Task Force working session to validate and refine Submit draft to OMB and review with OMB Revise and finalize Delivery Date Draft due to OMB COB 3/28/06

8 8 Request for Information (RFI) Description Business performance requirements for the LoB will be submitted to industry vendors, non-profits and agencies for feedback. The RFI will include overarching, strategic questions fundamental to all the LoB initiatives as well as LoB-specific questions. Approach Provide RFI purpose, guidelines, and process Tasks Forces will develop the RFIs and review/analyze the responses Dependent on vision, goals, and objectives Delivery Date 4/6/06 – submit to industry vendors, government and non-profits 5/5/06 – collect submitted responses 5/15/06 - analyze and summarize RFI responses in a report

9 9 Common Solution & Target Architecture Description A business process and/or technology based shared service made available to government agencies that achieves the vision, objectives, and performance metrics of the LoB. Approach Employ responses from agency analysis and RFI Develop target architecture that identifies the elements necessary to achieve LoB vision and objectives Dependent on definition of vision, goals, and objectives and RFI process Delivery Date 5/26/06 – submit draft Common Solution and Target Architecture 6/9/06 – submit proposed Common Solution and Target Architecture

10 10 Joint Business Case Business Case Description A joint FY08 Exhibit 300 Approach Written by the managing partners in collaboration with the participating agencies Must comply with A-11 guidance Dependent on identification of common solution and development of target architecture Delivery Date 6/9/06 – submit draft Business Case 6/12/06 – disseminate draft to agencies for comment 6/19/06 – agency comments due Early Aug. ‘06 – final business case ready

11 11 Managing Partners and OMB Leads IT Infrastructure: –Managing Partner: Deidre Lee, GSA –OMB Office Lead: Dick Burk –OMB Portfolio Manager: Jeff Koch Geospatial LOB: –Managing Partner: Ivan DeLoatch, DOI –OMB Lead & Portfolio Manager: Stacie Boyd Budget Formulation and Execution: –Managing Partner: TBD –OMB Lead: Andy Schoenbach –OMB Portfolio Manager: Jeff Koch

12 12 LoB Management Weekly face to face status meetings will be held with all of the managing partners and OMB on Thursdays from 1-2:00 pm at the White House Conference Center, Jackson Room Checkpoint conference calls will be held with Managing Partners, OMB LOB leads, and GSA LOB PM every Monday and Thursday at 8:30 am. As needed LoB Task Forces will consult and communicate with interagency councils (e.g., Chief Financial Officers Council, Budget Officers Advisory Council, Chief Information Officers Council, Federal Geographic Data Committee, etc). Initial, interim and final briefings As needed for consultation The success and sustainment of the current and upcoming LoB initiatives will rely in large part on the establishment of an effective operational structure.

13 13 Logistics Staffing –Agencies will dedicate appropriate staff for each LOB –LoB Task Force team leads need to be identified and engaged immediately Task Force Support: –Contractor support –Collaborative working environment: LoB “Communities” are set up; task force members register at (Core.gov)http://collab.core.gov –LOB Task Force Mail Box: –Kick off meeting slides posted at: All LoB related media inquiries go to Von Harrison, The LoB Task Forces need to complete the necessary next steps in order to ensure resources and logistics are in place for an effective and efficient working environment.

14 14 Next Steps Immediate Next Steps –3/17/06 – 3/23/06 Contractor support available to assist Task Forces with RFI development and analysis, and practitioners day Subscribe to and use Collab.core.gov –3/20-22/06 LOB Task Force initial meetings Geospatial LOB initial meeting: March 20, 9-11:00 at DOI IT Infrastructure LOB: March 21, 10-11:30 at GSA Budgeting LOB: March 22, 1-3:00 at WHCC –3/28/06 Develop and submit draft spend plan and Vision, Goals and Objectives, to OMB –4/6/06 Develop and submit RFI to industry, government and non- profits –Mid April to Mid May – request agency information LoB managing partners need to engage the participating agencies immediately to develop the spend plan, finalize the LoB vision, and to develop the RFI.

15 15 Wrap Up Confirm understanding of… Scope and expected outcomes for the LoB initiatives Key milestones, approach, and action plan Roles & responsibilities Next steps

16 16 GSA LOB Program Manager Von Harrison Office: Mobile:

17 17 Initial LOB Task Force Meetings/Calls Geospatial LOB meeting: Monday, March 20, 9– 11:00 am Main DOI Office Building (18th and C St. N.W.), Room 1352, 1st Floor IT Infrastructure Optimization LOB meeting: Tuesday, March 21, 10-11:30am GSA; room TBD Budget Formulation and Execution LOB meeting: Wednesday, March 22, 1-3:00 pm White House Conference Center, Truman Room, 726 Jackson Place, NW First Checkpoint conference call: Thursday, March 23, 8:30 am (and each Monday and Thursday thereafter) First Managing Partner meeting: Thursday, March 23, 1-2:00 pm (and each Thursday thereafter) White House Conference Center, Jackson Room, 726 Jackson Place, NW NOTE: Meetings are open only to Government personnel and Government designated contractors


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