Val Lunz, NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterBest Practices for Enhancing the CPIC Framework              Optimizing Business...
Today’s Business Conflict                             IT Business                                                         ...
AgendaLaying a Framework to Enhance & Optimize the Business  Topic 1   Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)  Topic...
Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)  Framework to strategically assess IT assets, requirements & requests  Proc...
Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)                                                                        Pre-  ...
Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)              Further understand the              Value involvement in        ...
Managing the Portfolio; The InvestmentInvestment Roles:                                     Performance                  ...
Managing the Portfolio; Sub-Portfolios                     Group investments with similar                    characterist...
Streamlining & Best Practices1.    Assess the current state      4.                           1.2.    What frameworks &   ...
Streamlining & Best Practices     DO                                      DO NOT      Communicate                        ...
Streamlining & Best Practices     Sub-Portfolio     $3,333.3K         Sub- Portfolio Synopsis         -Objective         -...
Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)Ensures all                        Ensures allrequirements, assets          ...
Questions? Need More Information?     Feel free to contact                            Val Lunz                            ...
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  1. 1. Val Lunz, NASA Goddard Space Flight CenterBest Practices for Enhancing the CPIC Framework Optimizing Business Portfolio Analysis
  2. 2. Today’s Business Conflict IT Business Demands Environment 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020Today the fiscal environment consist of flat lined budgets andcontinued cuts, business owners are challenged to meetdemands and maintain competitiveness The Capital Planning Investment Control Process (CPIC) provides a systematic decision making framework to continue enterprise growth & transformation while sustaining the mission
  3. 3. AgendaLaying a Framework to Enhance & Optimize the Business Topic 1 Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC) Topic 2 Managing the Portfolio Topic 3 Streamlining & Program Management
  4. 4. Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)  Framework to strategically assess IT assets, requirements & requests  Process to prioritize investments; sets stage for investment management  Coordinates to explain where the business has been, where it is at and where it needs to be Business Governance Intelligence CPIC Resource Investment Formulation & Management Execution
  5. 5. Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC) Pre- Select1. Coordinate & identify new requests and “on- hold” requirements Evaluate Select2. Continuously evolving the portfolio 3. Ensure full development & research has occurred Control 4. Coordinate through governance process 5. Continuous monitoring 6. Measure performance, schedule & cost 7. Identify accomplishments 8. Stakeholder Evaluation 9. Accountability
  6. 6. Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC) Further understand the Value involvement in Further collaborationSTAKEHOLDER investments and their business process and partnerships CUSTOMER objectives BUSINESS Experience continuity Success in optimizing Recognize IT alignment and consistency resources and to other Goddard extending services investments Improve transparency into the business Identify “like” requirements and leverage assets
  7. 7. Managing the Portfolio; The InvestmentInvestment Roles: Performance Budget & Cost Scope Contingency/ Lien Risks Technical Financial Schedule Managerial Coordination Alignment Success
  8. 8. Managing the Portfolio; Sub-Portfolios  Group investments with similar characteristics, requirements and demands  The groups formed should align to the business charter, services or missions  Analysis should not only focus on one portfolio area, but across the full portfolio  Establish portfolio owners to ensure communication, collaboration & coordination of “like” investments  Monitor cost, schedule and performance across all investments to maximize returns and minimize risks  Identify solutions by optimizing within a portfolio area, leverage existing resources8 Copyright 2009
  9. 9. Streamlining & Best Practices1. Assess the current state 4. 1.2. What frameworks & Execution Pre- Select Planning processes exist? 1. System Engineering 2. Project Management 3. Budget Management Evaluate Select 4. Other?3. Identify similarities & highlight dependencies4. Create a schedule matrix 3. Control 2.5. Deploy & facilitate Budgeting Programming Pre- Phase Phase Phase F Phase A A, B C, D & E
  10. 10. Streamlining & Best Practices DO DO NOT  Communicate × Box-In the Framework  Outreach & Collect Feedback × Bound the Community  Align & Leverage × Force Fit  Actively Involve × Limit the Portfolio Best Practices  Create Internal Policy & Procedures  Establish an Inventory Baseline  Define Roles & Responsibilities Build Milestones in all Phases10 Copyright 2009
  11. 11. Streamlining & Best Practices Sub-Portfolio $3,333.3K Sub- Portfolio Synopsis -Objective -Assumptions -Dependencies -Concerns Assess inventory GAP within sub-portfolio Requirement Budget Q. 1 Q. 2 Q. 3 Q. 411 Copyright 2009
  12. 12. Capital Planning & Investment Control (CPIC)Ensures all Ensures allrequirements, assets investments areand requests are selected byvetted through a recommendation ofconsistent & accurate the stakeholderprocess Ensures the appropriate Ensures all investments are investments are continued; ill continuously monitored investments are and controlled decomissioned12 Copyright 2009
  13. 13. Questions? Need More Information? Feel free to contact Val Lunz vallunz@nasa.gov NASA Goddard Greenbelt, MD13 Copyright 2009

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