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1 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services eXpedited Life Cycle (XLC) [Insert Project Name] Preliminary Design Review (PDR) [Insert Date of PDR] [Insert Clarity ID] 1 In preparation for your project’s Design Reviews, model diagrams with examples of System Architecture, Technology Stack, Security Design, Performance Design, Physical Design, and Multi Data Center Integration can be accessed from the following SharePoint site pages. Since these example diagrams are located on an internal SharePoint site, if you would like to see the example diagrams but don’t have access to the site, please request them from your CMS project manager/project lead. PDF: https://share.cms.gov/office/ois/Services/TRB/TRB%20Samples/TRB%20Sample%20Architectural%20Diagrams.pdfhttps://share.cms.gov/office/ois/Services/TRB/TRB%20Samples/TRB%20Sample%20Architectural%20Diagrams.pdf Visio: https://share.cms.gov/office/ois/Services/TRB/TRB%20Samples/TRB%20Sample%20Architectural%20Diagrams.vsdhttps://share.cms.gov/office/ois/Services/TRB/TRB%20Samples/TRB%20Sample%20Architectural%20Diagrams.vsd

2 Template Instructions This document is a template for the Preliminary Design Review (PDR). Sections should not be removed from the presentation. If a section is not applicable, please indicate as such and provide an explanation. Additional slides may be added to convey information that you feel is important to share that is not addressed by this template. Please ensure that your presentation is Section 508 compliant by following the URL: DELETE THIS SLIDE BEFORE FINALIZING YOUR PRESENTATION 2

3 Template Revision History DELETE THIS SLIDE BEFORE FINALIZING YOUR PRESENTATION VersionDateAuthorDescription of Changes 1.009/16/2009K. Maenner, OIS/DITPPABaseline Version 1.101/15/2010K. Maenner, OIS/DITPPA 1.Removed planned tests from the Test Plan page. 2.Added slides to discuss Project Management /11/2010C. Shaunessy, OIS/DITG Corrected Slide 8 (Design Considerations) to correspond to Section 5 of SDD /14/2011C. Shaunessy, OIS/DITGAdded cost/schedule slide 2.004/23/2012C. Shaunessy, OIS/DITGReformatted for XLC /01/2014C. Shaunessy, OIS/DITG Replaced CMS logo; deleted slide background image. Incorporated changes per CR and /2014C. Shaunessy, OIS/DITG Added/updated Performance Measures slide per CR Added Clarity ID to title slide. Added note about new model system architecture diagrams /2015S.Potu, OEI/DPPIGUpdated CMS logo. 3

4 Presenters Presenter’s NameRole 4 See this slide’s notes pages for slide instructions.

5 High Level Business Concept [Insert graphic providing a high-level overview of the business process from Section 5 of the Business Case.] 5

6 Project Information Business Need [Insert condensed business need and drivers from the Business Case or from the AR presentation] Goals/Scope/Purpose [Insert condensed goals/scope from the Business Case and the business and functional purpose from the Requirements Document or from the AR presentation] Stakeholders [Insert stakeholder information from the Business Case or from the AR presentation] Cloud Services [Are you planning to use cloud services now or in the future?] 6

7 Proposed System System Scope [Insert condensed system scope from the High-Level Technical Design.] High Level Functional Requirements [Insert high level functional requirements from the High Level Technical Design.] Summary of Changes [Insert condensed summary of changes of the current system from the High- Level Technical Design (if applicable).] 7

8 AR Findings [Identify any recommendations and/or findings from the AR and their resolution.] 8

9 Records Management [Describe where the system’s data will reside and identify any data exchanges that may occur. Alternatively, you may attach Section of the project’s Requirements document.] Inputs: Identify all data (as well as the format of the data—paper, manual input, electronic data) supplied to the system as well as who/what is supplying the data. Provide instructions on what happens to the manual/electronic inputs after they are entered into the master file/database and are verified. Master Files – Provide a detailed description of the data maintained in the system/database. Provide detailed instructions for the retention and disposition of this data (where will the data be maintained, when will the data be deleted or destroyed). Outputs: List all reports, data sharing with other Agencies/CMS systems, etc. Provide instructions for how long the reports are needed for Agency business and when they should be destroyed/deleted. Is this system replacing a paper-based records system or an existing electronic system? If electronic, has the migration of the legacy data been addressed? 9

10 Design Considerations [Summarize the design goals and guidelines, development methods and contingencies, and architectural strategies as described in the System Design Document.] 10

11 Design Considerations 508 Compliance [If applicable, briefly describe what 508 testing will be done, from Sections 5.4 & 5.5 of the System Design Document?] Performance [If applicable, briefly describe what hardware and software performance strategies will be implemented, from Sections 3, 4.2.2, & of the System Design Document?] Security [If applicable, briefly describe what security features are being implemented, from Sections 3, & of the Systems Design Document?] [If applicable, briefly describe how are any outstanding High or Moderate findings and/or SEV1 or SEV 2 issues being addressed?] 11

12 Design Considerations Technical Reference Architecture (TRA) [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4 of the System Design Document, how the system is TRA compliant and address any non- compliance issues, specifically: – What application code is being reengineered to comply with the TRA? – What business logic code is being separated from the data access logic code? – What business logic is being moved from the data tier to the application tier? – How will the system provide indirect access from the application to the data tier since direct access is not allowed?] 12

13 Design Considerations Shared Services [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4 of the System Design Document… What new shared services will be created? How will any new shared services being developed be consumable by other projects? What existing shared services will be consumed?] Non-shared Service Reusable Components [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4 of the System Design Document… What new reusable components will be developed? How can any new reusable components being developed be reused by other projects? What existing reusable components will be implemented?] 13

14 Design Considerations Software Architecture [If applicable, briefly describe from Sections 3, & 4.3 of the System Design Document… What are the key software design decisions based on the mapping of the requirements to the prioritized Quality Attributes (aka non-functional requirements)? E.g. If Modifiability is more important than Performance, then it is highly probable that a different solution will be designed. What is being designed to enhance automation and to ensure that parameters, URIs, URLs, port numbers, and other variables can be changed without recompiling the code and/or restarting the application? What industry standard software patterns are being implemented in the software architecture to create a repeatable development processes?] 14

15 Design Considerations Data Architecture [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4.4 of the System Design Document… What is being done to align with the Enterprise Data Models? What is being done to reduce the amount of data being stored for non- system of record data? What is being done to use existing system of record data, e.g. Integrated Data Repository (IDR) data, in a non-persistent or temporary manner? What conformed data entities are being created to support new/existing functionality? What existing data entities are being conformed to support new/existing functionality?] 15

16 Design Considerations Business Intelligence [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4.4 of the System Design Document… What enterprise data models will be used to support both reports and dashboards? What methodology will be implemented to ensure no duplication of data or logic is required to support both reports and dashboards?] Portal Architecture [If applicable, briefly describe from Section 3 & 4.3 of the System Design Document… What existing portlets will be consumed? What new portlets will be reusable by other projects?] 16

17 System Architecture [Insert the system architecture diagram depicting the overall, integrated structure of the system in terms of presentation, application and data regions including data storage and manipulation, user and external interfaces from the System Design Document.] 17

18 18 Performance Measurement Area Technology Technology Component Measurement Category/ Grouping Measurement Indicator Target Benchmark (if applicable) (See Notes)

19 Response Data Operational / System Environment System Interconnection / Information Sharing System Security Level E-Authentication Level: See this slide’s notes pages for slide instructions. 19

20 Test Plan [Insert the testing approach / strategy from Section 4 of the Test Plan.] 20

21 Release Plan [Insert the release content and schedule from Sections 3.3 and 3.4 of the Release Plan.] 21

22 Data Conversion [Insert the data conversion scope from Section 5.1 of the Data Conversion Plan.] 22

23 Project Management Update: Status [Provide an update on the status of the project.] 23

24 Project Management Update: Risks & Issues [Provide an update on the project risks and issues, including the probability of occurrence and the mitigation for each risk.] 24

25 Project Management Update: Cost & Schedule Cost Schedule 25 See this slide’s notes pages for slide instructions.

26 Project Management Update: Deliverables Status [Provide an update on the status of the deliverables required for the project as documented in the Project Process Agreement. Also provide an update on the status of your Information Security Certification & Authorization process.] 26

27 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services eXpedited Life Cycle (XLC) Conclusion of Preliminary Design Review for [insert project name] 27


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