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    • Overview of OST Information Technology Programs
      ATF Chiefs of Staff
      16 March 2011
    • OST Organization
      Assistant Director / CIO
      H. Richard Holgate
      Office of the CTO
      Andrew Blumenthal
      Enterprise Architecture & Governance
      BPR
      Strategic Sourcing
      Knowledge Management
      IT Security
      OST Staff
      Thomas Hill
      Resource Management
      Policy Oversight
      Performance Management
      Risk Management
      Records Management
      Deputy Assistant Director for IT / Deputy CIO
      Francis Frandé, Acting
      Deputy Assistant Director for Forensic Services
      Gregory Czarnopys
      IT Coordination Staff
      Financial Investigative Services Division
      Jim Brabender, Acting
      Laboratory Services Division
      Donal McClamroch, Acting
      IT Service Delivery Division
      Integration/Validation
      Regulatory Systems
      Field/Intelligence Systems
      FSL – Washington
      Julia Dolan
      IT Service Management Division
      Network Services
      Voice Services
      Visual Information Services
      Data Center Services
      End User Services
      Radio Services
      Quality Programs
      Gwen Lefler
      East Region
      Jim Vaughn
      Central Region
      Lisa Foster, Acting
      FSL – Atlanta
      Donal McClamroch
      NIBIN Program
      Tim Curtis
      West Region
      Jim Brabender
      FSL – San Francisco
      Donna Read
      Fire Research Lab
      John Allen
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    • OST IT Organization
      Assistant Director / CIO
      Office of the CTO
      Enterprise Architecture & Governance
      BPR
      Strategic Sourcing
      Knowledge Management
      IT Security
      OST Staff
      Resource Management
      Policy Oversight
      Performance Management
      Risk Management
      Records Management
      Deputy Assistant Director for IT / Deputy CIO
      Francis Frandé, Acting
      IT Coordination Staff
      Francis Frandé, Acting
      Contracts Administration
      Program Management Office
      Customer Relationship Management
      Solution Architecture
      IT Service Management Division
      Noah Nason, Chief
      Walter Bigelow, Deputy Chief
      IT Service Delivery Division
      Antoine Salloum, Acting Chief
      Vacant – Deputy Chief
      Network Services Branch
      Andy Weisburger
      Data Center Services Branch
      Rick Richardson, Acting
      Integration/Validation Staff
      Mike Park
      Radio Services Branch
      Brad Caldwell
      Voice Services Branch
      Mike Goretsas
      Field/Intelligence Systems Branch
      Bridget Morris
      Regulatory Systems
      Branch
      Linda Martin
      Visual Information Services Branch
      Doug Brunelle
      End User Services Branch
      Dean Baynes
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    • OST Strategic Goals
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    • From an IT Perspective…Our Priorities
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      Support our mobile workforce
      Providing the right set of tools and capabilities
      Integrate and expose our mission data
      Reengineering legacy systems and data to achieve a service-oriented environment
      Refine and advance our infrastructure
      Exploring new models to maximize efficiency
    • Some Critical OST Initiatives:Supporting Unique National Services…
      eTrace
      Today
      eForms / Firearms Information System Modernization (FISM)
      Enterprise System Architecture (ESA) III  ESA IV
      “Tiahrt” (firearms tracing information sharing)
      Optimization of Mobile “Connectedness”
      Digital Evidence Collection System (DECS)
      Laboratory Information Management System
      Fire and Explosives Research Modernization
      Ballistics Imaging Modernization … “eFirearms”
      Intelligence Driven Policing Initiative (IDPI)
      Next Generation Case Management (NGCM)
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      Future
      …in an environment of constrained resources
    • Multi-Year IT Roadmap
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      eTrace 4.0.x
      eTrace 5.0
      Web Services
      FISM
      Master Query
      Geo-Coding
      eForms
      Design
      Phase 2
      Phase 1
      UAT
      Major Systems
      Data Quality/Normalization/NIEM
      “Tiahrt” Capabilities
      NGCM BPR
      NGCM Implementation
      OBIEE [OSM]
      Roadmap
      Enterprise Services
      IQ Pilot; Content/ Records Management
      HSPD-12
      Identity Management
      DECS Acq.
      DECS Implementation
      Contract Award
      Infrastructure & Services
      “Go Live”
      Mobility (iOS) Pilot
      Mobility Transition/Deployment (ESA IV)
      ESA III
      ESA III Bridge
      ESA IV
      Contract Award
    • Supporting the Workforce and Workplace of the Future
      Lean office infrastructure
      Voice/data, desktops, space, …
      Right mobile tools for the right people
      “Managed diversity” and affordability
      Enterprise infrastructure implications and evolution
      Efficiency and adaptability
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      80% of ATF workforce is telework-eligible and/or works regularly outside the office
    • ATF Organizational Snapshot (round numbers)
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      Personnel
      Mobile Data Devices
    • Evolution of Services and Savings (ESA IV)
      User (Device) Experience Services
      (desktop, laptop, handheld)
      delivery efficiency; adjusted service levels; device portfolio optimization
      Productivity Software as a Service
      (email, SharePoint, etc.)
      service delivery optimization
      Unified Communi-cations
      (voice, VTC, wireless)
      service delivery and portfolio optimization
      Managed Print/MFD
      (print, copy, fax)
      print/MFD life-cycle and supply chain management
      Application Hosting
      service delivery optimization; possible economies with USMS
      Unified Help Desk
      service delivery optimization; economies with USMS
      Specialized Support
      (special ops, engineering, etc.)
      service delivery optimization; possible economies with USMS
      Business Services
      Potential Savings Opportunities
      “Traditional” Core Services
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    • ATF Software/Service Target Architecture
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      Research Communities (Fire, Explosives)
      Other Partner Agencies (CBP, etc.)
      [eForms]
      Forensic Science Community (NIBIN)
      ATF
      Users
      [IDPI, NGCM]
      140,000+ Federal Firearms / Explosives Licensees
      [eForms]
      18,000 Partner Law Enforcement Agencies
      [FISM, Tiahrt, IDPI]
      User Access
      Horizontal Portal
      Identity and Access Management
      User Interaction
      Mapping / GIS
      Info Access / Search
      Business Intelligence
      Collaboration
      Application Architecture
      Business Process Management
      Application Server
      SOA Services
      Information Architecture
      Content Management
      Master Data Management
      Records Management
      Database
    • Core Systems/Services/Data
      Extending our Core Architecture
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      Enterprise Mobility
      User Access
      Advanced Analytics
      Enterprise Reporting
      Information Sharing
      Geospatial
      Horizontal Portal
      Identity and Access Management
      User Interaction
      Mapping / GIS
      Info Access / Search
      Business Intelligence
      Collaboration
      Application Architecture
      Business Process Management
      Application Server
      SOA Services
      Data Warehouse
      Information Architecture
      Content Management
      Master Data Management
      Records Management
      Database
    • Evolution of ATF Application Hosting
      Service Provider Relationships
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      Today
      Future
      Service(s)
      Provider(s)
      Application-Specific Services
      • Application development, maintenance, redesign
      • Architecture development & definition
      • System engineering and design
      • Implementation
      • Operation & maintenance; ongoing service management
      Application & Software Maintenance
      Application Services
      Application Services
      Enterprise Services
      Systems Engineering
      Enterprise Services
      Application/System Cost or Effort
      ESA IV
      Enterprise Services
      Time
    • Questions?
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