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March 2010: FedSources HUD CIO Jerry Williams


March 2010: FedSources executive breakfast with HUD CIO Jerry Williams and HUD Deputy CIO Chris Niedermayer …

March 2010: FedSources executive breakfast with HUD CIO Jerry Williams and HUD Deputy CIO Chris Niedermayer

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  • 1. Overview of HUD Information Technology Transformation
    Jerry E. Williams, Chief Information Officer
    March 31, 2010
  • 2. TI/IT Overview
    2010 Appropriations Act passed 12/13/09
    Funded $80-$180M of IT projects to support business transformation initiatives
    Funds available until 9/30/12
    30 IT projects down-selected from many requests
    March 8, 2010
  • 3. Requirements for TI/IT Projects
    HUD spending plans must:
    Identify for each modernization project:
    the functional and performance capabilities to be delivered and the mission benefits to be realized,
    the estimated lifecycle cost, and
    key milestones to be met.
    Demonstrate that each modernization project is:
    compliant with the department’s enterprise architecture,
    being managed in accordance with applicable lifecycle management policies and guidance,
    subject to the department’s capital planning and investment control requirements, and
    supported by an adequately staffed project office.
    HUD must submit project documentation to the Government Accountability Office for review. CIO has interacted with GAO to match expectations.
    March 19, 2010
  • 4. Consistent Approach Being Implemented to Meet Requirements
    Created a streamlined investment management governance structure to raise decision making to senior levels
    Established integrated project teams (IPT) to lead projects
    Developed a standard project planning life cycle and template
    Integrating planning, systems development methodology, and investment management processes
    Funding being allocated by the CIO incrementally as projects evolve through the process
    Transparency of IPT progress to become available to stakeholders using common processes and tools
    March 19, 2010
  • 5. Restructured CIO Organization
    March 19, 2010
  • 6. CIO Organizations Structured Around Federal CIO Competencies vs. Serving the Customer
    • Federal mandates have led to siloed and hard to navigate OCIO service offerings
    • 7. Lack of single point of contact for the business community puts the burden on the business owner and creates a risk of performance and compliance gaps
    • 8. Heavy reliance on implementation project managers to help navigate OCIO
    • Clinger-Cohen Act
    • 9. OMB Circular A-130
    Mission Owner
    • Federal Information Security Management Act
    Information Assurance
    Mission Owner
    Mission Owner
    Solution Lifecycle
    • Clinger-Cohen Act
    • 10. OMB Circular A-11
    • Federal Acquisition Regulations
  • New Paradigm for Coordinating with Stakeholders to Improve Customer Satisfaction
    Office of Strategic Planning
    Service Planning
    CIO & Deputy CIO
    Report results of IRM performance analyses to the Office of Strategic Planning
    • Ensure compliance with regulations and leverage existing resources
    • 11. Collect performance data
    Report performance measures to senior leadership
    Governance Groups
    Report results of IRM performance analyses to relevant governance groups
    Office of Customer Relationship, Performance & Vendor Management
    Service Delivery
    • Establish and maintain resource partnerships and communications
    • 12. Measure and report on partner performance metrics
    Ensure staff have needed support for job functions
    • Ensure final delivery meets mission customers’ business requirements
    • 13. Collect performance data
    • 14. Ensure compliance with regulations and leverage existing resources
    • 15. Collect performance data
    OCIO Staff
    Guide customers from concept through solution retirement
    Stakeholders External to OCIO
    Stakeholders Internal to OCIO
  • 16. Questions & Answers (Q&A)
    March 19, 2010