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[e-Government Program Action Plan : Muscat, Oman] [e-Government Program Action Plan : Muscat, Oman] Presentation Transcript

  • Centralized Software-As-A Service For Omani Government Organizations Abdullah Al Barwani
  • Background and Purpose Current Status and Issues Improvement Strategy Specific Action Plan Expected Results Contents
  • Background and Purpose ※ Describe why you have chosen this topic: ※ Describe the topic’s significance and purpose: • Background • Purpose  resolves existing overlap and duplications of efforts  high impact results  align with overall strategy and initiatives  National Level Impact  if implemented, will result in big savings for the government  if implemented, will expedite eGovernment implementation
  • Current Status and Issues Currently ALL government organizations procure and implement their own software and applications despite the fact that some of these applications could be centralized Also, some organizations are more mature than others which pose a challenge for a whole of government eGovernment implementation because of integration and data availability issues.
  • Project SWOT Analysis S W O T Strength Opportunity Threat Weakness  Ministerial Cabinet mandate and direction  available budget  organizational Authority   Number of Available resources  Available skills   Capitalize on Government Cloud project    Time Frame  Open Source Initiatives  Policy Enforcement
  • Current Status and Issues – Gap Analysis Proposed Overall Goals (Objectives) Proposed Purpose Better Integration Minimize Cost Better data sharing To Be As Is Unified Technical Architecture Centralized Back Office applications deployment Centralized Budgetary/Licences Integrate for data sharing/ workflows Separate deployment for each org. Distributed budgetary planning Non-integrated approach Different technical Architecture
  • -Develop a plan to centralize Back office applications and software for all government organizations with central budget and licenses requirement -Capitalize of the current government cloud implementation to provide the project as p art of the software-as-a service initiative • Improvement Strategy Improvement Strategy
  • Conduct a market research for the requirement for all government organizations Develop a priority list of required software and applications Develop the business requirement based on the number of licenses required and ex pected growth Phase out the implementation based on the priority list Include the project in the annual business plan starting 2015 • Specific Action Plan Specific Action Plan
  • Specific Action Plan • The steps to achieve your goals STEP 1 • Market Research STEP 2 • Business requirement Document STEP 3 • Create a plan for deployment in phases
  • • Implementing Organization - Name of the organization: ___Information Technology Authority(ITA) - Nature or type of the organization: Government - Major functions of the organization: • Society and human capital development • Enhance e-Government & e-Services • Enable ICT Industry Development • Governance, Standards & Regulation • National Infrastructure Development • Promotion & Awareness • Duration of the Project : (5) Year(s) - Date of commencement: Jan 2015 - Date of completion: Dec 2020 Outline of the Action Plan
  • • Duration : (5) Year(s), First Year Work Plan: 2014 No Item Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Fund US$ 1 Prepare survey Materials 2 Allocate the team 3 Conduct the survey 4 Finalize requirement and report 5 Obtain approvals 6 7 8 9 10 Action Plan – Duration (Example)
  •  this information will only be available after the market study and business requirement gathering Outline of the Action Plan–Budget (if needed)
  • Expected Results – Outputs/Outcomes • Economic Effects  Big saving for the government from licenses  expedited eGovernment implementation  • Technical Effects  Unified Architecture  more integrated solution  Better data security • Social and Environmental Effects  Enhanced Data Sharing   
  • (Challenges and Solutions) • Challenges and Risks  available number of resources and skills required  high expectation from senior management on completion date    • Solutions Outsource certain tasks with in-house supervision  Recruit required resource  Develop the required skills  Manage the project in Phases  Early communication to senior management about phases and plans