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BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
BC Government CIO Information Management Strategic Directions.ppt
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  • 1. Office of the Chief Information Officer Information Management Strategic Directions Presentation to ISACA Victoria Chapter Dave Nikolejsin Chief Information Officer March 21, 2007 1
  • 2. CIO Mandate • Mandate from Cabinet – Standards, Oversight, Approvals – Province’s information and communications technology • Authorities from Treasury Board – Core Policy and Procedures, Chapter 12.2 – Roles & Responsibilities • Privacy, Security, Information Management, Information Technology • Ministry CIO’s 2
  • 3. Context • Information • 5 Great Goals Sharing for • Citizen Centered Better WHY? Services Outcomes • Value for Money The CIO Office needs to address Information Technology AND Information Management 3
  • 4. Business Transformation at Provincial Scale • 4.3m Citizens • 400k Businesses • 2m+ Workers • 600k+ Workers associated with public service delivery 4
  • 5. Government Business Transformation Initiatives Goal 1: Education Goal 4: Environment • Virtual Classroom, BCsSIS • Avian Influenza • Enhance PLNet • Land Data Resource Warehouse Goal 2: Health Goal 5: Jobs • eHealth Lab results, e-Drug, • Supported through Goals 1-4 doctor’s office connectivity Goal 3: Social and Justice • Social Sector integrated case and contract management • MEIA Multi-Channel Service Delivery • Emergency Management • Crime Reduction • First Nations Digital Divide 5
  • 6. Network of Public & Private Sector More Difficult Orgs Much More Difficult Network of Public Sector Orgs Across Ministries More Difficult Within Ministry Technology Information Business/Work Process 6 Transformation
  • 7. Are we doing the right things? Are we Are we getting the going about results we them the expected? right way? Are we getting them done? 7
  • 8. • Restructure IM/IT Governance in the B.C. Government Are we • Create “true” Ministry CIO‟s doing the right • Revamp the IRMP( investment) things? process to meet the needs of the enterprise • Use research and evidence to support policy/decision making Are we Are we getting the going about results we them the expected? right way? Are we getting them done? 8
  • 9. Are we • Create good standards doing the right that we can afford things? • Business drives the decisions Are we • Involve Ministries in the Are we getting the going about decision making results we expected? them the process right way? • Address Privacy Issues • Address Security Issues Are we • Leverage our existing getting them investments wisely done? • Involve the private sector effectively 9
  • 10. Are we doing the right things? • Projects: – Health Information Access Layer (HIAL) Are we Are we getting the going about – Integrated Case results we them the Management in the expected? right way? Social Sector – Digital Divide/First Nations connectivity Are we getting – Emergency them Management Systems done? • Governance over the projects lifecycle 10
  • 11. • Evidence based program evaluation • Policy Hub to share “what we know” • Effective cross- enterprise decision support tools, data warehouses, etc. • Job satisfaction for a knowledge based workforce • Outcomes • Transformation? 11
  • 12. How Will We Know It’s Working? We are sharing info where Policy and Privacy permit The enterprise has We can measure our confidence that its outcomes and make good investments are decisions based on evidence prioritized correctly We‟re delivering what we promised Good standards provide a foundation for info sharing Ministries CAN share information if they The CIO is trusted to help, have the will facilitate, lead as 12 necessary
  • 13. How will we do this? • Get organized • Get a handle on projects • Project assessment model • Project life cycle governance to ensure results are measured 13
  • 14. Get organized IM/IT Positional IM/IT Governance Accountabilities Bodies Deputy Minister Council Deputy Deputy Minister Minister Shared Services Represents interests of DMs Board of Directors With respect to IM/IT ADM With Government Responsibility CIO for IM/IT Represents interests of Line ADM of Corporate Services Council and Program and ADMs with respect to IM/IT Ministry CIO • GCIO Chair • Ministry Vice chair Strategic HR CIO • MCIOs SFO Council Council • SSBC rep Council • SBC rep 14
  • 15. Get a handle on projects Some Degree of Oversight Throughout Project Lifecycle OCIO Governance Acquire / Transfer To Concept Requirements Design Implement Build Operations Level of involvement and due diligence varies depending on project type and phase 15
  • 16. Get a handle on projects Corporate Coordination of IM/IT Projects Proposed Active Projects IM/IT Operations Projects Recommended With Business Conditions Transformation System Enhancement Assessment Recommended Completed Maintenance Not Recommended 16
  • 17. Project assessment model 1. Business initiatives (priority, impact on great goals, outcomes, service plan, level of support from executive) 2. Conformance with government architecture • Architecture & standards • Government conceptual architecture • Integration Infrastructure Program 3. Finances, projects governance, project delivery 4. Fit/alignment within corporate context 17
  • 18. Project life cycle governance “Not A Fire And Forget Approach” - Approach and approvals associated with each phase - Evidence-Base measurement of impact on outcomes 18
  • 19. CIO Expectations - Working Together 1. Office of CIO • Lead restructuring of governance and planning • Enhance policy, architecture, and standards • Infrastructure integration program • Lead corporate project life cycle management for IM/IT initiatives 2. Ministry CIO„s • Partner on implementation of revised governance and planning (CIO council) • Ensure projects are aligned to business needs and corporate IM/IT direction • Develop and support the CIO Council tactical plan 3. Ministry IM/IT • Participate on architecture review council Professionals • Input and assist development of government architecture, standards, and Infrastructure Integration Program • Ensure projects are aligned with IM/IT direction 4. WTS • Like 2 and 3 above, plus • Corporate services & technical infrastructure to support IM/IT direction and approved projects 19

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