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Project Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process September 17 th, 2007 Atlanta WGM David Hamill Director, Project Management Office.

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1 Project Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process September 17 th, 2007 Atlanta WGM David Hamill Director, Project Management Office

2 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process2 Key Initiative With the T3F, develop the criteria/process for triaging and prioritizing project requests and put in place by the Plenary meeting

3 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process3 Current vs. New Current 1.Create Scope Statement 2.TC Review 3.PMO Review 4.ARB Review 5.PMO/TTPL Oversee Methodology New 1.Create Scope Statement 2.TC Review 3.SD Review 4.PMO/TSC Review 5.PMO/PSC Oversee Methodology

4 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process4 Current Process 1.Project Facilitator creates a Project Scope Statement. 2.Technical Committee reviews and approves Scope Statement. Project Facilitator resolves any issues. 3.Project Facilitator (co-chair) submits Project Scope Statement to PMO. PMO reviews and approves Scope Statement. Project Facilitator resolves any issues. 4.PMO submits the Scope Statement to the ARB for review. ARB reviews Scope Statement. Project Facilitator resolves any issues brought forth by ARB 5.PMO and Project Lifecycle Transition Team insures that the HL7 project methodology is adhered to throughout the project.

5 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process5 New Process Step 1 Project Facilitator creates a Project Scope Statement.

6 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process6 New Process Step 2 Technical Committee reviews and approves Scope Statement. Project Facilitator resolves any issues.

7 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process7 New Process Step 3 (replaces the approval work currently done by the ARB) Project Facilitator notifies the new TSC of the new Scope Statement Project Facilitator indicates the appropriate Steering Division needs to review/approve Scope Statement for criteria such as: Is this project within the scope of work done by HL7 Is it within the scope of the sponsoring committee How is it related to other projects How is it related to the activities of other committees SD indicates priority within SD, if necessary. Priority is based on resources, target dates and technical strategies.

8 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process8 New Process Step 3 continued SD review could result in the following: Amended scope statement Project needs to be reviewed (jointly or separately) by another SD Board approval may be necessary if the project requires internal or external funding or collaboration with an external body Project Facilitator resolves any issues brought forth by the SD.

9 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process9 New Process Step 4 Project Facilitator (co-chair) submits Project Scope Statement to PMO. PMO reviews and approves Scope Statement. Project Facilitator resolves any issues.

10 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process10 New Process Step 4 continued Steering Division submits Scope Statement to TSC for approval. TSC approval includes the following: Validate points identified by SD and PMO Assign a TSC level priority The SD & TSC reviews replace the ARB review, however the ARB may be called upon to resolve architectural issues.

11 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process11 New Process Step 5 PMO and Project Services Committee insure that the HL7 project methodology is adhered to throughout the project.

12 September, 2007 WGM - AtlantaProject Requests – Triage/Prioritization Process12 Questions / Discussion / Feedback or (734)


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