CFO-CIO: Transforming Operations as a Team (For Real This Time)

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CFO
-
CIO: Transforming Operations as
a Team (For Real This Time)

Norman Dong

Deputy Controller

Lisa Schlosser

Deputy Administrator for E
-
Government and
Information Technology

Past M
-
Team Interaction

Procurement

Information Technology

Performance

Financial Management

The M
-
Team “Data Collaborators”

(Left to Right
)


Dustin Brown
,
Deputy
Associate Director for
Performance and Personnel
Management


Lisa Schlosser
,
Deputy
Associate Administrator in
the Office of E
-
Government
and Information
Technology


Norman
Dong
,
Deputy
Controller in Office of
Federal Financial
Management


Lesley Field
,
Deputy
Administrator for Federal
Procurement Policy

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Working to break down the historical CXO silos to help drive collaboration and innovation

CXO Cross Collaboration


OMB M
-
Team has established a Cross
-
CXO working
group to help identify opportunities for additional
data sharing. Current focus on two areas:


Expand the sharing of prices paid across agencies


Explore Shared Service Benchmarking/Comparison
opportunities


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Performance


Technology

Financial Management




Acquisition

CFO

PIO

CAO

CIO

Higher value, better outcomes when management decisions are made with
“cross” CXO office input and interaction.

Shared Equities: PortfolioStat


The
FY
2012 PortfolioStat
initiative identified
over $2.5
billion in agency savings
targets covering FY 2013 and
FY 2015 through the
consolidation and
elimination of low
-
value IT
investments



To date, agencies have
realized nearly $300 million of
these savings targets over
the first half of FY 2013



Agencies are well on their
way to meeting their targets

Shared Equities


Financial Systems and
Shared Services


Observations on Past Practice


Poor track record of large
-
scale systems modernizations


Agency systems are too complex and are implemented
with too many customizations


Modifications are difficult and repeated across multiple
agencies increasing cost and risk


Proliferation of unique agency systems complicates
government
-
wide financial reporting


New Approach


Mandated shared services as agencies modernize


Strengthen capacity of Federal providers to serve large
agencies


Empower Treasury to work with agencies and SSPs to
ensure successful transitions to shared services


Shared equities


Benchmarking

Based on initial scoping, the working group’s efforts would focus on a
shared services benchmarking project with two dimensions:

2) Creation of a standardized benchmarking toolkit


including methodologies, metrics, on
-
line infrastructure


that
can be applied to benchmark process cost and
performance across government. The working group will be
essential for shaping the toolkit in a way that reflects agency
requirements and priorities.

1) Development of an on
-
line “scorecard”
allowing
agencies to compare the cost and quality of their current
processes against Shared Service Provider benchmark
data in two areas: financial management and HR
processes. This effort will build on work underway in
Treasury and OPM.

Shared Equities


Data Sharing


The
FY
2012 PortfolioStat
initiative identified
over $2.5 billion in
agency savings targets covering FY 2013 and FY 2015 through
the consolidation and elimination of low
-
value IT
investments



To date, agencies have realized nearly $300 million of these
savings targets over the first half of FY 2013



Agencies are well on their way to meeting their targets

Shared Equities: Data Sharing

On May 9
th
, the President released the Open Data
Executive Order and accompanying OMB Open Data
Policy on Managing Information as an Asset


Government information is a valuable national
resource. Agencies must manage info as an asset
throughout its lifecycle to promote interoperability
and
openness. Requirements:



Make open data the new default. All
govt

info:


Machine readable and open formats


Open data standards


Open licenses


Govt wide common core metadata


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Shared Equities


Prices Paid Portal

One agency pays 13 different prices for nearly identical plans!


(<400 voice minutes, unlimited text, unlimited data)

Shared Equities


Federal Spending
Transparency


New standard for Federal spending transparency in this
Administration



Future focus


Improving data integrity


Expanding the focus to include obligations and expenditures


Providing a one
-
stop location for all Federal spending


Linking spending information to program activity



Key considerations


Balancing the costs and benefits of transparency


Understanding how data is and should be used



Grants Management Priorities

1. Guidance
Targets Risk &
Minimizes Burden

2. Standardized
Business
Processes & Data
Elements

3. Validated
Public Financial
Data: Spending
Transparency

4. Qualified
Personnel: Well
Trained
Workforce

5. Strong
Program
Oversight:

Audit Resolution

Alignment
with
Performance
Community
(Evidence)

Alignment with
Procurement
Community
(Spending
Transparency)

Alignment
with CIO
Community
(Systems)

Alignment with
GATB

(Spending
Transparency)

Shared Equities


Uncle Sam’s List Pilot

Service Area


# of
Views

ARC Budget Formulation
& Performance Mgmt.

117

MAX Community

109

Albuquerque Datacenter

105

USA Staffing®
-

Talent Acquisition System

101

ARC Financial Management Services

100

National Center for Critical Information
Processing

98

GSA Email as a Service

95

ECS III (Electronic Commodities Store)

85

Federal Health Information Model (FHIM)

84

GSA Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

69

BFE LOB IT Services Blanket Purchase Agreement

67

GeoCloud

66

IBC Financial Management Services

63

IBC Asset Management Services

60

DOE IT Service Management Tool

60

GSA Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

59

NBC Procurement System Services

59

NFC Managed Hosting Services

59

GSA Networx

58

IBC Budget Execution Services

58

ESC Trusted Internet Connection

57

DOJ Certification and Accreditation Services

55

GrantSolutions

55

USAccess

52

IBC Acquisition Services

50


Internal government resource


Managed by CIO Council


Growing cross
-
Council support


All Service Centers/LOBs onboard


Commodity, Support, Mission areas


130+ specific service areas listed


Initial launch: June 9, 2012


Next release: Sept 30, 2013


Ties into Federal
-
wide contracts


Uses MAX.gov platform


Public version planned for early 2014



Call to Action


More pressure on driving down costs, driving
up value


We are in this together


Help us with where we can find savings together


Get C
-
level together


Contain planning costs


Change how we operate



Free the Data, Open Data as New Default


Manage By Data


Move to service orientation




Thank You