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Agile Cloud Conference 2 Introduction - John Brennan

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Develop and open and inclusive cloud service brokerage environment that provides the Government the capability for rapid acquisition of proven innovative technologies on a fee for service basis …

Develop and open and inclusive cloud service brokerage environment that provides the Government the capability for rapid acquisition of proven innovative technologies on a fee for service basis

To the maximum extent possible leverage what already exits versus custom development to include incorporation of industry standards and a consistent implementation environment

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  • 1. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 0 John T. Brennan Maj Gen, USAF Retired ICH Executive Director IT-AAC Vice Chair 21 May 2014 Agile Sourcing Environment for Commercial Cloud Session 2
  • 2. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 1 Agenda  1230 – 1300 Registration  1300 - 1315 Introduction & Way Ahead – John Brennan  1315 - 1345 Emile Monette, Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity, GSA Office of MA  1345 - 1415 CAPT Christopher Page, USN, Deputy Director, OPNAV N2/N6F1  1415 - 1445 Mr. Palmer Mitchel, US Army PEO EIS  1415 - 1430 Session 1 Outbrief / Service Catalog Candidates – Kevin Jackson  1430 - 1445 Break  1445 - 1515 Frank McNally, ASI Government, Cloud Service Procurement  1515 - 1545 Mike Schirf, Private Digital Network Service (PDNS)  1545 - 1630 Open Discussion / Wrap-up / Next Steps
  • 3. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 2 Purpose & Desired End State  Develop and open and inclusive cloud service brokerage environment that provides the Government the capability for rapid acquisition of proven innovative technologies on a fee for service basis  To the maximum extent possible leverage what already exits versus custom development to include incorporation of industry standards and a consistent implementation environment  Key Characteristics:  Interoperable Technologies  Consistent Acquisition Model  Standard Technical Assessment Framework  Standardized Service Level Management Model  Funded and implemented by Industry
  • 4. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 3 Proposed Way Ahead  Meeting I: (23 Apr 2013)  Organizational and first steps towards identifying key attributes of the cloud service brokerage  Meeting II: (21 May 2013)  Service Catalogue Candidate Services  Consensus on CONOPS, Roles & Responsibilities, timelines, etc. for implementation  Discussion on financing  Meeting III: (XX June 2013)  Finalize stakeholder commitments and implementation  Target IOC – 1 Oct 2014
  • 5. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 4 John T. Brennan Maj Gen, USAF Ret ICH Executive Director IT-AAC Vice Chair Agile Sourcing Environment for Commercial Cloud Proposed Funding & CONOPS
  • 6. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 5 Financing  What are we financing  Design/Setup/Establishment/Hosting of the Service Brokerage (virtual interface)  Management and execution of the Service Brokerage to include mechanisms, catalogues, Operating Instructions, etc.  Technical assessments for certification  Overhead costs (office space, equipment, supplies, etc.)  Three proposed ways to finance the Initiative  Use the present ICH/IT-AAC Partnership structure  Set up a separate “Partnership” structure  As a transaction fee for each transaction (Post IOC)
  • 7. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 6 Proposed CONOPS (Big Picture)  ICH will establish a Partnership Agreement for the Agile Cloud Service Brokerage (ACSB)  ICH will be the honest broker between industry and the Government  ICH will make Government requirements know to industry  ICH will make industry capabilities known to Government purchasers  ICH will not make recommendations to the Government or to industry but will merely objectively provide the information requested  ICH will broker certification of industry Agile Cloud Service offerings with vendors  Gov’t orgs will make purchases and place orders through the ICH ACSB  Companies can use own GSA Schedules to provide Agile Cloud Service offerings  Companies without GSA Schedules may have their Agile Cloud Service offerings facilitated by the ICH for an appropriate contracting vehicle  The ultimate goal is to establish a fee for Agile Cloud Service model similar to the telecom model (FOC)
  • 8. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 7 Initial CONOPS (Start Up)  Companies commit to six months participation in the ACSB by Session 3 (required to participate )  As a founding partner initial participation gets companies  A role in helping to shape the environment  Companies provide resources for Interoperability certification  Maximum of two certifications to sell Agile Cloud Services through the Services Brokerage  Listing of Service Offerings during start up and IOC (First exposure)  The initial six month period includes:  Three months for:  Design/Setup/Establishment/Hosting of the Service Brokerage  Management of the Brokerage to include mechanisms, catalogues, OIs, etc.  Technical assessments for certification  Overhead expenses (obtaining office space, equipment, supplies, etc.)  Three months of operation (IOC) (Limited to CCs, POs or existing contracting vehicles)  Participation in Agile Cloud Working Groups  Estimated cost for founding partnership: (six months)  Large Companies (<$100M) – $50K  Medium Companies ($15M – $100M) – $30K  Small Companies (>$15M) – $10K
  • 9. AgileCloud@ICHnet.org www.ICHnet.org ™ 8 Sustainment CONOPS  Founding partners pay the same partnership fees for the next 6 months with same benefits  Companies wanting to become partners after the initial six month period pay the partnership fee plus the fees for certification to sell Agile Cloud Services through the brokerage  Certification ensures interoperability and compatibility with the rest of the service offerings  Once services are certified, only cost is annual fee  All new services must be certified to be sold through the brokerage on a fee for service basis  Should partnership fees and/or certification fees not cover expenses a transaction fee mechanism may be invoked to ensure viability of the operation  Government partnership fees TBD  FOC – TBD (Agile Cloud Service model similar to the telecom model)

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