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Spatial@gov conference 2011 helen owens Spatial@gov conference 2011 helen owens Presentation Transcript

  • Critical Elements of Success for an Enterprise Level Geospatial Capability Helen Owens Defence Geospatial Capability Coordinator Defending Australia and its National Interests
  • Agenda• The critical success factors of an enterprise geospatial capability• Managing the Program of Programs• Current Defence initiatives
  • Critical Success Factor 1: Critical Success Factor 1 Start With the End in Mind
  • Critical Success Factor 2: Get the Information Management Model Right
  • Defence MeteorologicalGeospatial HydrographicDomain Topographic Aeronautical Describe the Earth Oceanographic To some Producers criteria Timeliness Relevance Accuracy Comprehensiveness Fit for a Corporate Decisions Simulation and Training Navigation purpose Targeting Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Command and ControlDefence Business To support some Maritime function Joint Land Air
  • Geospatial Workflow Taxonomy
  • Critical Success Factor 3: Mandate Open Standards
  • Geospatial Certificate Pathway Defending Australia and its National Interests
  • Critical Success Factor 4: Requirements Before Solutions
  • Command & ControlTargeting & Weapon Systems NavigationIntelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Simulation & Training Situational Awareness Business Management
  • The Defence Geospatial Domain
  • 2012JP2044 Ph3A1 IOC 2013 JP2044 Ph4A IOC 2013JP2044 Ph3A1 FOC 2013 JP2096 Ph1 IOC 2014JP2044 Ph4A FOC 2014 JP2096 Ph1 FOC 2015JP2064 Ph3 IOC 2015 JP2044 Ph4B IOC 2016JP1770 Ph1 IOC 2016 SEA1430 Ph5 IOC 2016JP2044 Ph4B FOC 2016 JP2064 Ph3 FOC 2017 JP1770 Ph1 FOC 2017 JP2078 Ph2 IOC 2017SEA1430 Ph5 FOC 2017 JP1771 Ph1 IOC 2018 JP2078 Ph2 FOC 2018 JP2078 Ph2 FOC
  • Critical Success Factor 5: Focus on the People Issues Early
  • Critical Success Factor 5: Learn from Leaders
  • Critical Success Factor 6: Critical Success Factor 1 Stay on Message
  • Critical Success Factor 7: Streamline Governance
  • Defence Geospatial Governance Framework
  • Critical Success Factor 8: Have a Single Point of Coordination
  • The Defence Geospatial Development CentreFully integrated enterprise geospatial capability across all networks, fixed & deployed
  • GDC Operations and the IDA Technology Stack
  • OPERATESUSTAINEVOLVE…regain theGeospatialTechnology &Information Edge
  • Agreed ScheduleCGRB DCC (Dec 11) First Pass (Apr 12) RFT (Sep 12) CGRB (Aug 13) DCC (Dec 13) Second Pass (Mar 14) CDD Dev IOC (Late 2014) GDC Pilot FOC (2017) S&T May 12 GDC Ops
  • Next Steps…. – Option 2 (DSN) and Option 3• Engagement with Industry – Full Brief Planned for Industry on 18 Nov 2011 – Inform Industry – Request feedback on CDD and information on relevant technologies• Defence Capability Committee 06 Dec 2011
  • Critical Success FactorsStart With the End in Mind – Option 2 (DSN) and Option 3 Get the Information Management Model Right Mandate Open Standards Requirements Before SolutionsFocus on the People Issues Early Learn from LeadersStay on Message Streamline Governance Have a Single Point of Coordination
  • Questions Defending Australia and its National Interests