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  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012

20120319 CG-LIMS Dev Team Kickoff Meeting 20120319 CG-LIMS Dev Team Kickoff Meeting Presentation Transcript

  • Coast Guard Logistics InformationManagement System (CG-LIMS)Update for Development KickoffCG-9334 | CAPT Daniel TaylorDevelopment Team | 19 Mar 2012
  • Vision To modernize logistics information systems to support common processes across the enterpriseUNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 2
  • PurposeProvide background needed tounderstand project andexcite you to deliver agreat toolDownload fromSlideshare: http://slidesha.re/KICKOFFCG Portal: https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/4YA4H7 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 3
  • Three topicsProject BasicsWhat success looks likeHow Mythics can add value UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 4
  • We exist to reduce the burden on the fieldUNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 5
  • It takes a lot of expensive assets to accomplish Coast Guard missions “The U.S. Coast Guard accounts for more than 50% of theProperty, Plant property,and Equipment: plant, and equipment of$18 B DHS”21% of BalanceSheet Assets UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 6
  • Coast Guard manages over half of DHSPP&E to accomplish its 11 missions Asset Coast Guard ($M) CG % of DHS PP&E (FY 2009)Total General PP&E, Net 9,170 52Drivers: Construction in Progress 4,102 24 Total Personal Property 3,844 22 Vessels 2,540 14 Aircraft 1,026 6 Small Boats 235 1.3 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 7
  • Four major types of Coast Guard assetsmanaged by Logistics / Service Centers Shore C4ISRSurface Forces Aviation Infrastructure Cutters, Boats, Airframes, GSE, and All physical All information GSE, and all all attached comms, structures plus infrastructure notattached comms, sensors, and facility support and physically attached sensors, and electronics transportation to a moveable asset electronics infrastructure UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 8
  • Different asset types managed with different logistics processes and ITMeasure Vehicles C4ISR Facilities Vessels Aviation# Assets/ ~3800 ~70 ~26000 ~2000 204Systems (O & L) (ships & boats) • O&M ~ $1.2-Billion annually% of Total 1% 17% 20% 23% 39%O&M • 10% improvement ~> $120M/ yTAV Fair Poor Poor Poor ExcellentConfiguration None Good None Poor Good • Improvement opportunitiesManagement are profoundMission Not Based on Not Based on MeasuredCapability Measured Casualty Measured Casualties • Concept of common support Reports Reports processes across asset typesCost to Operate Not Not Measured Not Not Measured Measured has been proven by CG.($/H) Measured MeasuredCost to Inferred Inferred from Inferred Inferred from Measured • CG-LIMS is targetingMaintain from Budget from Budget deterministic support process Budget Budget which will allow simulation andSupply None None None None Statistically modelingtied toMaintenance • Processes are tied to industrySupply tied to None None None None StatisticallyOperations standardsOperational & None None None Fair Robust • COTS IT tools are designedBudgetary DSS for same industry standards UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 9
  • Separate logistics systems are feedingmultiple financial systems CG has 8 mixed logistics / financial systems Will replace multiple mixed custom systems with one COTS logistics tool interfaced with one COTS core accounting system UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 10
  • First change business, then change IT “Any unit in the Coast Guard with a support issue has a single point of contact for entry into our mission support system. We are now moving to induct our legacy assets into a unified logistics management information system that will be used by all logistics centers.” Admiral Allen State of the Coast Guard Address February 12, 2010 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 11
  • CG-LIMS remains a priority Moving Modernization forward to completion is one of my highest priorities and central to my principle of ‘Steadying the Service.’ ” DM Papp ALCOAST 291/10 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 12
  • Logistics modernization strategyfocused on business before ITEstablish logistics model based on aviation best practicesEstablished requirements based on four logistics cornerstones• Configuration management• Total asset visibility• Bi-level (operational and depot) maintenance• Product line managementBusiness transformation underway• Stood up Logistics / Service Centers• Started with small boat product line, leveraging aviation IT tools to implement common processes UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 13
  • Legacy aviation tools unable to fill allenterprise asset needsUnable to plan, source, deliver, maintain operational capabilities at enterprise level• No deterministic link between maintenance and supply• No support for deployed operational forces• No enterprise-wide Total Asset Visibility (TAV)• No transaction level detail to core accounting systemBecoming unsupportable after 20 + years of use UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 14
  • CG-LIMS will fill capability gapCoast Guard missions require high value assets that must be maintained throughout their life cycleModern, properly implemented, supportable off-the- shelf tools• CG-LIMS will preserve & interface with ALMIS operations- related components• CG-LIMS will support enterprise logistics and financial requirementsCritical for financial compliance UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 15
  • CG-LIMS (OV-1) 01-Sep-2009 Operational Tempo and Availability requirements create demand signal forCoast Guard support which is captured in CG-LIMS; maintenance, parts, and asset statusLogistics Information Management System visible to enterprise. Operational assignments and cost will be optimized; relationship measurable; budgets defendable. Financial integration is critical. Financial Management (CFO) Data Availability MPC ------------------------ ------------------------ ------------------------ ------------------------ OpTempo Cost ----------------- Enterprise Decisions Data e le dg ow CG-LIMS Kn Remote Ops support (satellite not included) CM + TIM MM SCM Total O-Level CM Asset C OS & D-Level Visibility MS -LI CGOP S A CG Modernization MIS L E C4ISR & Facilities rs he Ot Product Logistics & Line Service Centers ForceCom MgtCG-LIMS will support product lines in a Bi-Level maintenance model atthe logistics/service centers, with Configuration Mgt (CM) fed by Tech Private 16Info Mgt (TIM), capturing Maintenance Mgt (MM) information, which will DoD & OGA’sdrive Supply Chain Mgt (SCM) delivering operational capability. Industry
  • It should be easy and consistent “The logistics system will have a uniform look and feel that does not vary by platform, equipment, unit type, or geographic location. This will be accomplished through standard, integrated policies, business practices, and information systems, which will not vary with platform design or mission.” COAST GUARD ENGINEERING LOGISTICS CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS (ECONOP) 31 May 1994 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 17
  • Business model in briefAcquire assets needed for missionManage configuration of those assetsDo analysis to determine O and D level maintenanceDevelop supply chain to meet maintenance needsResource O & D level to complete maintenance to provide mission ready assets UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 18
  • Need linked IT capability for missionsupport : Predictable time on mission, and predictable time on liberty. ChangeOperations Configuration Maintenance Supply Chain Budget MPC --------- --------- --------- We know we need this kind of integrated capability. We do not have a system that does this for us today. UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 19
  • Requirements development processStarted with baseline documentation• Aviation Business Model• Statutory and Regulatory Requirements• Workforce Performance Model processes from LMTO and LTPIO• DHS RMTO participated in CG-LIMS Requirements IPTUsing Enterprise Requirements and Architecture Tools• TEAMS (The Enterprise Architecture Management System), consisting of: • DOORS (Dynamic Object Oriented Requirements System) • SA (System Architect)Framework• DHS Service Oriented Architecture Framework & DHS Enterprise Architecture• DoD Architectural Framework (DoDAF Ver 1.5, Zachman Based)• Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA)• National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 20
  • Requirements standards … we try notto make anything upFunctional:• Configuration Management: MIL-HDBK-61A (consistent with EIA-649-A National Consensus Standard for Configuration Management)• Maintenance Management: MIL-P-24534 (NAVSEA), 00-25-403, 00-25-406 (NAVAIR), MSG3 (ATA), RCM Handbook (NAVSEA)• Supply Chain Management: SCOR Model• Technical Data Management: S1000DExternal Interface• Financial• Human Resources• Operations UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 21
  • Produced clear enterprise requirements ORD approved by USM Aug 2011 Single business process Enterprise scope All assets: aviation, surface, C4IT, shore UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 22
  • Key Performance Parameters (1 / 2)KPP Threshold Objective1. Operational CG-LIMS shall provide an operational CG-LIMS shall provide an operational availability ofAvailability availability of at least 98.6%. at least 99.2%.2. Operational CG-LIMS shall provide an operational reliability Same as thresholdReliability of at least 93.1%.3. System CG-LIMS shall accommodate a registry of CG-LIMS shall accommodate a registry of 56,000Response 56,000 named users with up to 35,000 named users with up to 35,000 concurrent users concurrent users with no more than 5 seconds with for any page to be displayed and 10 seconds no more than 3 seconds for any page to be for acknowledgment of any transaction. displayed and 5 seconds for acknowledgment of any transaction4. Financial For every transaction meeting the definition of Same as thresholdCompliance a financial event in accordance with FSIO OFFM-NO-0106, CG-LIMS shall capture 100% of the data required for FFMIA compliance. UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 23
  • Key Performance Parameters (2 / 2)KPP Threshold Objective * For every segment of CG-LIMS implementation, financial managers of the Coast Guard shall have access to the transaction-level detail of each financial event for purposes of reconciliation and producing financial reports. To5. Financial FOC, CG-LIMS shall automatefinancial managers data CG-LIMS shall provide financial managers access to achieve CG-LIMS shall provide the integration of this with the general ledger and enterprise coreTransaction access to 100% of transaction-level detail for accounting system. 100% of transaction-level detail for each financialVisibility * each financial event within 24 hours of posting. event within 1 hour of posting.6. Asynchronous The system shall implement mechanisms to The system shall implement mechanisms to processEndurance process CG-LIMS activities at units operating CG-LIMS activities at units operating in in asynchronous environments for at least 6 months asynchronous environments for at least 3 with zero network connectivity. months with zero network connectivity.7. Security Provide for sensitive but unclassified, and/or Same as threshold unclassified information in accordance with COMDTINST M5500.13 (series) and COMDTINST 5500.21, and maintain the standards set forth in NIST 800-37 and other application security documents to protect against unauthorized disclosures of privacy information. UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 24
  • Completed alternatives analysisSingle Vendor COTS is preferred alternativeSeven approaches identified, preliminary analysis resulted infour “viable”AA assessed four viable approaches and Status Quo Technical Schedule Cost Consistency with best Approach feasibility feasibility control practices Status Quo Open Source Software  Previously Customized for Other Government Agency  Custom System Development    Single-Vendor COTS Solution     Multi-Vendor COTS Solution     SaaS / Vendor Hosted Solution     UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 25
  • Think BigPlan BigStart SmallDeliver Quickly UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 26
  • Constrained budget: Limits AC&I project scope UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 27
  • Constrained budget: Allows us to start small & deliver quickly UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 28
  • Sponsor waived requirements, VCGrequested downgrade to non-major “I am limiting the scope… based on affordability constraints.” “System requirements will be rank-ordered into a ‘product backlog’ for each segment. Any requirements which cannot be incorporated into a given segment will be incorporated into the next segment’s build.” UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 29
  • Investment decision limits scope A V S O L L A T Replace ACMS and M S M H AMMIS with COTS I E S R Meet planned initialSegment 1 F NOT requirements USegment 2 N FUNDED Consistent with D appropriations thruSegment 3 E in current FY 13 D AC&I CG-LIMS Creates foundation forSegment 4 project CG-wide systemSegment 5 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 30
  • What is CG-LIMS?Vision: To modernize logistics information systems to support common processes across the enterpriseTechnology refresh of legacy ALMIS using COTS and enterprise requirements UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 31
  • Will connect to modern-browser basedtools, will replace character based tools Interface with ALMIS Electronic Asset Logbook & COTS Business Intelligence toolsIncrementally replace and fill capabilitygaps in character-based applications UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 32
  • Think big and start small(As briefed to DCMS April 2011)This is a technology refreshWe’ve done this beforeALMIS – AC&I funded project – Leveraged AMMIS and ACMS – Replaced portions of legacy systems, delivered new capability – Had clear demarcation between OE maintenance and AC&I – Followed single process to move from requirements to production – Fielded in increments – No more documentation than needed to deliver capability UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 33
  • CG-LIMS Solves Business NeedConnect Maintenance to SupplyConnect Logistics System to Financial SystemConnect deployed Coast Guardsmen to Logistics System UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 34
  • CG-LIMS Implements Cornerstones ofCoast Guard Business ModelConfiguration ManagementTotal Asset VisibilityBi-level maintenanceProject Line Management UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 35
  • CG-LIMS BenefitsBusiness case built on three tangible benefits:• Reduced spares required to sustain assets• Reduced asset provisioning cost• Increased personnel efficiency UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 36
  • Strategy: COTS Tech Refresh of LegacyALMIS with enterprise requirementsDowngrade to non-major project to align governance with investmentPrioritize to deliver in two week sprints and six month segmentsReplace ACMS on HC-144 in first yearEstablish Coast Guard as System Integrator• CIO designated ALC System Development Agent (SDA)• CIO designated OSC hosting facility• PMO contracting for tool configuration and training expertise to support SDASelect mature COTS Enterprise Asset Management software• Configure to match business process• Adhere to industry standards and Coast Guard best practices• Minimize customization UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 37
  • Will deliver in three segments1. Configuration Management and Maintenance Management Know and take care of what we have2. Supply Chain Management Get parts where they’re needed3. Technical Data Management Manage tech data for what we have UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 38
  • Project Structure FY 10 & prior FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 FY 15 FY 16 FY 17 Acquisition Segment 1a: Configuration & Maintenance Planning Mgt Segment 1b: Asynchronous capability COTS SW Segment 2: Supply Chain Mgt Selection Segment 3: Technical Information Mgt Cnfg Cnfg Cnfg Cnfg 1a 1b 2 3 Deploy C-144 Deploy per Implementation Plan SW Tool Contract Configuration SME Contract Training Contract Approp $M 8.4 6 6.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 10 Obl $M 4 1.2Carryover $M 4.4 9.2 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 39
  • Accomplishments Previous Six MonthsAug 2011: ORD approved (https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/10PNTFZ)Oct 2011: SDLC Planning & Requirements Phase done (https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/172E40I)Dec 2011: COTS Software source selection done (http://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/MNGZFM)Jan 2012: OSC began setting up hosting environmentsJan 2012: SDLC Design Phase done (https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1KH5VGY)Jan 2012: Standing up development team• OSC / ALC / PMO planning for iterative releases using Agile scrum processJan 2012: Downgrade memo signed by VCG and submitted to USM (https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1AZ8VZI)Jan 2012: Development team started first two-week sprintJan 2012: Briefed CG EAB (https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1MR5L1F)Jan 2012: Demo environment established at OSCFeb 2012: Phase Exit Review Board approved entry into SDLC Dev & Testing PhaseMar 2012: Task Order awarded for configuration SME UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 40
  • Completed Software Source SelectionBPA has enough licenses for enterpriseMythics of Virginia Beach• Oracle E-Business (same as CAS)• Ventureforth vMobileFirst order (40 licenses) for initial configurationMaps each ORD requirement to specific software modulehttp://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/MNGZFM UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 41
  • Completed Design PhasePhase Exit Review Board on 24 FebArtifacts collaboratively written & reviewed by PM IPT of Sponsor, Tech Authorities, CG-8 PMO, APO, KO, Counselhttps://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1KH5VGY UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 42
  • PMO / ALC / OSC Integrated MasterScheduleIMS maintained at: https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/IM1JZO UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 43
  • What will next year look like?Small• CIP constrained• Leveraging ALC and OSC … must prioritize scarce human capitalAgile• Transparent• Prioritized• TimeboxedCommercial off the Shelf• Out of the box, including language• Configured, not customized• We’re paying the cost, let’s get the benefit UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 44
  • Agile ValuesWe are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value:Individuals and interactions over processes and toolsWorking software over comprehensive documentationCustomer collaboration over contract negotiationResponding to change over following a planThat is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. http://www.agilemanifesto.org UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 45
  • ChallengesIntegration (organizations and technical)Financial System uncertaintyUsability and Change Management UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 46
  • Governance per SDLC CG-LIMS PMP v 2 dated 11JAN2012: “Project governance will provide accountability for decision-making in the best interest of all CG‑LIMS stakeholders. Governance will be provided primarily through CG-6’s phase reviews, which are integral to the SDLC process.” UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 47
  • Current Project Management Office(future is not certain) Matrix personnel not shown: Contracting Officer, Financial Mgr, T&E Lead, Tech Authority UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 48
  • Following SDLC Process: Development& Testing Phase entry approved 24 Feb CIO We are here. Phase Exit Review 24 Feb Designation approved entry into Dev & Testing Phase UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 49
  • Completed Design Phase Exit CriteriaArtifacts collaboratively written & reviewed by PM IPT of Sponsor, Tech Authorities, CG-8 PMO, APO, KO, Counselhttps://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1KH5VGY UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 50
  • Artifacts Approved IAW Tailoring Planhttps://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/W9JKPA UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 51
  • Success looks like:Reduce the burden on our field unitsPoster child for Agile COTS implementationTransparency within team and usersSDLC docs match real work of development teamReplace ACMS and AMMIS with COTS tool thatmeets enterprise requirements and scales to replaceother systems UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 52
  • Top ten ways Mythics will add value:Help us show progress with working software every two weeksHelp us configure and not customizeHelp us adapt to EBS conventions and industry practiceHelp us understand how big big isHelp us execute segmented strategyIdentify decisions needed or questions to be answered *just intime*Help us manage master data within EBS big pictureHelp us generalize solutions rather than build many “one offs”Help us design once: use existing work in DOORS / SA and what’savailable in BPEL UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 53
  • Requirements managed in enterprise DOORS database CG-LIMS Requirements Configuration Maintenance Technical Supply Chain Reporting Interface Management Management Information Non-Functional Management Management ExternalCM Planning Requisition Information Management Management Process Interfaces Inventory & Content CM Internal Warehouse Development ServiceIdentification Interfaces Management Management Transportation,Configuration Distribution, & Content Use Control Disposition FutureConfiguration Segment 1 Status Accounting SegmentsConfigurationVerification & Audit Common Tools Supporting Common Process Model UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 54
  • Must intelligently use architectureproducts in enterprise System Architect OV-4 OV-2 OV- Views in 3 yellow have OV- been 5 produced for ORD OV-1 SV-1 UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 55
  • CG-LIMS FOC System View (SV-1) UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 56
  • Where Can I Find Out More?CG Portal• Sponsor• PMO • SDLC Library • Planning Library• ALC ISD • CG-LIMS ProjectProject blog UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 57
  • Prioritized reading list1. CG-LIMS Inception Deck2. Foundational descope doc: Downgrade request to USM3. Foundational SDLC doc: Background and Description4. Foundational Requirements Docs: MNS, CONOP, ORD5. Project blog: Read from today back to April 2012One thing to watch: 2009 2 ½ minute brief for COMDT at http://slidesha.re/CG-LIMS UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 58
  • ResourcesPMO CG Portal Place – http://bit.ly/cglimspmoSponsor CG Portal Place – http://bit.ly/cgportalALC Portal Place (CG-LIMS Project folder) -- https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1JD0LBUProject Blog – http://bit.ly/cglims (exported weekly to http://cglims.wordpress.com)April 2011 DCMS / DCO Way Forward Decision – https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/31GKX4Oct 2011 VCG Brief – https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1T557NFJan 2012 Director’s Council Brief -- https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/P8IQ8TJan 2012 Enterprise Architecture Board Brief -- https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/1MR5L1FFeb 2012 Supply Summit Brief -- https://cgportal.uscg.mil/CTL/ZI6L4S UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 59
  • Let’s get to it! We exist to reduce the burden on the field UNCLASS | Update for Dev Kickoff | CG-9334 | CAPT D. Taylor | Development Team | 19 Mar 2012 60