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Department of State – A Global Enterprise Department of State ...
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Department of State – A Global Enterprise Department of State ...
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  • 1. Agenda DoS E-Government PMO E-Government, IT Capital Planning, Enterprise Architecture Convergence Department of State Department of State – A Global Enterprise Department of State – Lines of Business IT Investment and Planning Overview Emergent Requirements/Legislation E-Government Program Management Office (E-Gov PMO) Senior Management Participation and Governance Critical Success Factors Office of Information Architecture and Planning 1
  • 2. Department of State DoS E-Government PMO A Global Enterprise Worldwide Presence and People 260 Posts 170 Countries 45,000 People – Civil Service, – Foreign Service – Foreign Service National Partners and Constituencies Citizens OMB Congress/GAO Foreign Affairs Agencies Foreign Governments International Organizations NGOs Office of Information Architecture and Planning 2
  • 3. Enterprise Architecture Lines of Business DoS E-Government PMO Foreign Affairs Border and Transportation Security International Development & Humanitarian Aid Disaster Monitoring and Prediction Disaster Preparedness and Planning Disaster Repair and Restore Emergency Response Business and Industry Development Intellectual Property Protection Educational and Cultural Institutions Environmental Monitoring and Forecasting Criminal Investigation and Surveillance Crime Prevention Leadership Protection Substance Control Legal Prosecution and Litigation Training and Employment Labor Rights Management Office of Information Architecture and Planning 3
  • 4. Department of State DoS E-Government PMO IT Investment and Planning CLOSED OPEN Pre-1998 1998-2001 2000-2003 2003/4+ Today: •SMART Mini- Modernization Modernization •Web-based Phase I: Phase II: Computer •ALMA •CCP solutions global •E-Gov •OpenNet •OpenNet+ environment •Knowledge Management Legacy Rebuilding Extending Exploiting Infrastructure Infrastructure Infrastructure Office of Information Architecture and Planning 4
  • 5. Emergent Requirements and Legislation DoS E-Government PMO Emergent and Existing Requirements: PMA OMB Guidance Evolution of Enterprise Architecture Changing World Response to Sept 11, 2001 Emerging Technologies Legislation: The Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990 (CFO) The Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA) The Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 (FASA) The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA) The Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 (CCA) The Government Paperwork Elimination Act of 1998 (GPEA) The Government Information Security Act of 2000 (GISRA) The e-Government Act of 2002 Office of Information Architecture and Planning 5
  • 6. E-Gov PMO DoS E-Government PMO E-Government PMO Provides: Enterprise Architecture IT Capital Planning Alignment with Budget Cycle Enterprise-wide coordination of Quicksilver/Interagency Initiatives Standards and Guidelines for E- Gov,Capital Planning, Enterprise Architecture One Stop Shop and Centralized Project Management Support Project Incubator, Collaboration & Web-Enabled PMO GPEA Compliance and Performance Improved Select, Control & Evaluate E-Gov and IT Strategic Planning Office of Information Architecture and Planning 6
  • 7. Management Participation Governance DoS E-Government PMO E-Gov IT Strategic IT Control and Project Program Board Direction Capital Plan Evaluation Approval Under Secretary represents Secretary as Chair, CIO, and CFO Co-Deputy Chairs United States Department of State Diplomacy in the 21st Century Information Technology Business, Technical, and Strategic Plan E-Gov Advisory Group Investment Evaluation FY2001 – FY2005 Deputy Assistant -Secretary Level January 2000 E-Gov/GPEA Strategic Plan IT Capital Asset Plan E-Gov PMO Working with Bureau Budget Submission E-Gov Working Group Project Managers Office of Information Architecture and Planning 7
  • 8. Critical Success Factors DoS E-Government PMO Business driven IT Clear linkage to OMB and legislative mandates Senior Management involvement and buy-in CIO sponsorship CIO/CFO partnership Alignment of IT CPIC with budget cycle Office of Information Architecture and Planning 8
  • 9. E-Gov PMO Contacts and Reference DoS E-Government PMO Office of Information Architecture and Planning and E-Gov PMO Director Michael Cesena 202-663-1060, cesenama@state.gov Architecture and Engineering Division, Chief Henry Allison 202-663-1146, allisonhj@state.gov Planning Division, Chief Ken Alms 202-663-1410, almskr@state.gov Office of Information Architecture and Planning 9

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