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Transformation Initiatives:
Status Update
Presentation to the Information Technology Infrastructure Roundtable
June 11, 20...
Purpose
• To highlight achievements in the last fiscal year
• To provide an update on Shared Services
Canada’s transformat...
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EMAIL
• June 25, 2013: Contract awarded to Bell and CGI Systems
• Nov. 2013: Completed transfer of GC-CIRT from
Communic...
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Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
SSC Transformation Program
Key milestones
FY 13/14 FY 14/15 FY 15/16 FY ...
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• New supply
arrangements
• Standardization
• Benchmarking PROCUREMENT ARCHITECTURE
AND INNOVATION
GOVERNANCE
• Technica...
2014–2015 – A challenging year ahead
• Managing both legacy and transitions to new
enterprise services
• Multiple procurem...
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Information Technology Infrastructure Roundtable Meeting June 11th, 2014: Transformation Initiatives Update given by Grant Westcott of Shared Services Canada.

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  1. 1. Transformation Initiatives: Status Update Presentation to the Information Technology Infrastructure Roundtable June 11, 2014 Grant Westcott, Chief Operating Officer and Vice-Chair, Information Technology Infrastructure Roundtable
  2. 2. Purpose • To highlight achievements in the last fiscal year • To provide an update on Shared Services Canada’s transformation initiatives • To outline what to expect 2014–15 2
  3. 3. 3 EMAIL • June 25, 2013: Contract awarded to Bell and CGI Systems • Nov. 2013: Completed transfer of GC-CIRT from Communications Security Establishment Canada to SSC Security Operations Centre • Completed 1,298 supply chain integrity assessments • Completed GC Secure Remote Access for 20 partners • Nov. 2013: Opened Enterprise Data Centre Gatineau (formerly Centre de données de l’Ouest de Québec) • Closed 10 legacy data centres • Launched procurements for data-centre infrastructure supply chain and co-location DATA CENTRES CYBER AND IT SECURITY A year in review • Nov. 8, 2013: Hosted Industry Day WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY DEVICES To be replaced by WTD icon • Nov. 2013: Procurement for GC Network launched • April: Awarded contracts for Internet Interconnect Services and Local Internet Access Services • Migrated 14 partners to standard videoconferencing infrastructure; published list of shareable boardrooms • Hosted three industry engagement days for GC Wide- Area Network (July 2013), Data Centre Networks (Nov. 2013) and Workplace Communication Services (Feb. 2014), along with vendor one-on-one engagements TELECOMMUNICATIONS
  4. 4. 4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 SSC Transformation Program Key milestones FY 13/14 FY 14/15 FY 15/16 FY 18/19 FY 19/20 NETWORKS Contract Award(s) Migration Complete DATA CENTRE Centre de données de l’ouest du Quebec (CDOQ) / Development 1 Complete Production 2 Established Macdonald-Cartier Data Centre / Development 2 Refurbishment Complete Borden/Production 1 Expansion Complete Borden / Production 1 Interim Established Production 4 EstablishedProduction 3 Established Building-by-building migration begins CYBER AND IT SECURITY FY 16/17 FY 17/18 Security Operations Centre Release 1 Network Security Transformation Plan Security Operations Centre Release 2 Security Operations Centre Release 3 FACILITIES INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE Science Data Centre Replacement Complete GCNET WAN WIFI/LAN VIDEOCONF. (BOARDROOMS) GC Service 1.0 Established (ongoing service improvements; releases as required) GC Commitments Fulfilled Strategy for Multi-Tenant buildings Pilot Complete Managed Security Service Contract Award Release 3 - Business Case CYBER SECURITY IT SECURITY GC SECRET INFRASTRUCTURE Supercomputing Consolidation Complete Approved - Production 1 Expansion and Production 2 establishment Migration CompleteBuilding-by-building migration begins Migration to enterprise services (Contact Centre Infrastructure and Toll Free Services)CONTACT CENTRE Migration CompleteContract Award(s) Consolidation Complete Contract AwardWORKPLACE COMMS Migration CompleteBuilding-by building migration begins WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY DEVICES Software Service Design Hardware Service Design Software Sourcing Strategy Hardware Sourcing Strategy PROVISIONING SERVICES WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Initiate & Develop Pilots Finalize Business Case Incremental Transition to Enterprise EMAIL AND BB10 Contract Award Wave 0 Wave 1 Wave 2 Wave 3 EMAIL BB10 Execute in Waves (Break/Fix) BB10 rollout complete Migration Release 1 (tactical) Release 2 – C5 Upgrade Release 3 – Implementation Pilot (SSC, TBS, Foreign Affairs and Trade Development Canada) GC Service 2.0 Data Centre Supply Chain Established PLATFORM AS A SERVICE Basic Application Hosting Service Established Mission Critical Application Hosting Service Release (ongoing service improvement releases)
  5. 5. 5 • New supply arrangements • Standardization • Benchmarking PROCUREMENT ARCHITECTURE AND INNOVATION GOVERNANCE • Technical standards • Directories • Security • Cloud services • Big data and data mining • Engagement and communications • Timeliness Forums / Events: • CIO Council • CIO Forum • Government Technology Exhibition and Conference (GTEC) • Executive Summit, Developing Professionalism in Informatics (DPI) • Public Sector Chief Information Officers Council (Canada) SSC consults: • SSC’s 43 partner departments/agencies • Industry – Industry Engagement Days – IT Infrastructure Roundtable and advisory committees • Bargaining agents SSC will continue to host multiple engagement activities with partner organizations and industry to ensure a successful implementation of its transformation plans. Shared Services Canada and ITIR: Go forward
  6. 6. 2014–2015 – A challenging year ahead • Managing both legacy and transitions to new enterprise services • Multiple procurements across multiple programs • Architectural and operating standards • Priority on execution excellence, both SSC and partners, including industry • Time is savings 6

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