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FY13 IT Sales Opportunities within the Department of Veterans Affairs
 

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  • VA FY13 IT budget request has increased compared to the past two years, but the DME spend has dropped significantly since FY11 ($931) FY12 DME ($661) and FY13 DME ($640) – this could be an example of the shift from CapEx to OpEx.CFO’s manage two distinct budgets. The first is the opex budget for things you rent or purchase in increments like payroll, utilities or maintenance. Operational expenses are more controllable since they are typically paid for monthly. If sales go up or down, generally you can gear these expenses accordingly. The second is a capex budget. Capital expenditures are generally big ticket items you buy to own including buildings, servers and software. These tend to arise every few years and have a useful life beyond 12 months. Capex is budgeted once per year and when an investment is made you’re locked into it. The key difference between the two budgets comes down to who owns the technology and how it’s financed. With capex, you own the assets and may need some outside financing. With opex, someone else owns and finances the technology and you just pay to use it. http://www.cioupdate.com/budgets/article.php/3905476/Why-CIOs-Should-Shift-from-Capex-to-Opex.htm http://fcw.com/articles/2012/06/25/meritalk-capex-opex-move.aspxhttp://www.cioupdate.com/budgets/article.php/3911726/4-Proven-Strategies-to-Move-from-Capex-to-Opex.htmhttp://www.meritalk.com/colorofmoneyhttp://www.govhealthit.com/news/how-cloud-can-bring-expenditure-agility-agency-budgets
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  • Department of Veterans Affairs © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 1
  • Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Total ($M) Eric Shinseki Secretary Daniel Tucker Office of Budget Office of the Secretary Deputy Asst. Secretary 202.461.4800 202.461.6630 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 eric.shinseki@va.gov daniel.tucker@va.govTECHNOLOGY BUDGET ($M) Glenn Haggstrom $3,036 $3,111 $3,327 W. Scott Gould Deputy Secretary Principal Executive Director Office of Acquisition, Logistics & Office of the Secretary Construction 202.461.4817 Lines of Business (FY13) scott.gould@va.gov 202.632.4606 glenn.haggstrom@va.gov Homeland Security Roger Baker Allison Hickey Chief Information Officer Under Secretary Office of the Asst. Secretary for Office if the Under Secretary for HR Mgmt. Information & Technology Benefits (VBA) 202.461.6911 202.461.9300 roger.baker@va.gov allison.hickey@va.gov Financial Mgmt Stephen Warren Dr. Robert Petzel IT Mgmt Deputy Chief Information Officer Under Secretary Office of the Asst. Secretary for Office of the Under Secretary for Information & Technology Health (VHA) 202.461.6910 202.461.7000 0 2,000 4,000 stephen.warren@va.gov robert.petzel@va.gov © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 2
  • VA Organizational Structure Office of the Secretary Office of the Office of the Office of the Office of theOffice of the Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Assistant Office of the Secretary for Secretary for Secretary for Secretary forSecretary for Chief of Staff Congressional Public & lnter- Human InformationManagement and Legislative governmental Resources & & Affairs Affairs Administration Technology Office of the Office of the Assistant Office of the Office of Assistant Secretary for Operations, Se Inspector General Secretary for curity & General Counsel Policy & Preparedness Planning Office of the Office of the Office of the Under Under Under Secretary for Secretary for Secretary for Benefits Health Memorial (VBA) (VHA) Affairs (NCA) © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 3
  • VA OI&T Organizational Structure Office of the Quality Customer Performance Liaisons Secretary & Oversight VirtualService, Deliv Architecture Lifetime Information IT Resource Product ery & Strategy & Electronic Security Management Development Engineering Design Record (VLER) PMO © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 4
  • VA Drivers & Strategic Initiatives Contract Awards – VA’s TAC will direct half of its total 2013 contract awards to SDVOB’s – In FY12 approx. 45% has been awarded to SDVOSB’s Ruthless Reduction Task Force – Cost reduction and savings BYOD – could happen in 5-6 years 3 Levels of Spending – Micro – Macro – Major Future Needs: – Program Management Support – Software Development – Systems Integration – Web and Mobile client Applications – Alternative COTS solutions © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 5
  • VA OpportunitiesVA - InterAgency 21st Century One Vet (VRMS) Funding Summary Description IT Requirements$M FY11 FY12 FY13 Veterans Relationship Management (VRM) supports integration of CRM information that enables on-demand and seamless access to Veterans benefits. VRM efficiently facilitates Veteran and beneficiary access to VA BPMDME 162.7 115.0 102.9 services with reduced errors. Data ManagementSS 12.2 21.9 19.9 Mobile Applications Six planned VRM investments between Q2-Q4, including a CRM Solution.VA - InterAgency 21st Century Veterans Interoperability (VLER) Funding Summary Description IT Requirements$M FY11 FY12 FY13 The InterAgency 21 Century Veterans Interoperability - 2012 (VO) BPM investment is VAs consolidated investment of the programs tasked to provide data transport mechanisms to promote external data sharing Data IntegrationDME 58.9 31.2 42.7 including BHIE, LDSI, CHDR. StorageSS 25.8 20.8 10.1 Several RFP’s for VLER Core, Health, Benefits and Memorials are Information Assurance anticipated in Q1. © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 6
  • VA OpportunitiesVA - Medical 21st Century Pharmacy (PRE) Funding Summary Description IT Requirements$M FY11 FY12 FY13 PRE is a reengineered system designed to meet current and future Decision Support Tools business needs for VA pharmacy. Development includes improved medication order checking functionality, Dispense & Administration, ERPDME 11.5 11.1 37.6 Activate, and Inventory & Clinical Monitoring. Supply Chain ManagementSS - 1.5 2.4 iEHR Pharmacy Solution RFP is anticipated to be released on October 31, 2012. Application Development © 2012 immixGroup, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced or distributed without the prior written permission of immixGroup, Inc. 7