Interagency Interoperability Oversight Group

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IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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1

Interagency Interoperability Oversight Group

Jim Douglas

IIOG Chair

Kolleen Shelley

IIOG Program Manager

April 13, 2011


Interior Operations Center

3400 West Corridor

Main Interior Building

Washington, DC


8:00


12:30

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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2

Agenda

1.
Strategic Objectives/Priorities

2.
High Priority Project Activities

3.
Role and Function of the IIOG

4.
Next Meeting

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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3

A Brief Recap


2005
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2006: Executive Telecommunications Inter
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agency
Management Council


Proposed partnership of USDA, DOI, DHS, and States, lead by USDA/DOI CIOs


Several preliminary meetings


Final draft charter


Membership of:


USDA: 12 agencies


DOI: 9 agencies


DHS: 3 agencies


States: 50


August 2007: Boise Sojourn


CIOs and staff at NIFC and visit to large fire incident base


Greater understand of user needs/requirements (especially fire)


Realization of lack of governance structure to link users and providers

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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4


2008: follow up meetings and discussions


September: Interagency Communications Summit


January 2009: IIOG charter signed


Decision to self charter


Program manager


Agenda of high priority projects and activities


August 2009: Field Trip to Central Oregon


law
enforcement and fire business


August 2010: Field Trip to MN/WI


law enforcement and
state partnership issues

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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5

Goals, Role & Function of the IIOG


Goals


Integrated, seamless network services and access for all accredited
users


Integrated, seamless reliable land mobile radio services and coverage
that allow communication to meet program business requirements


Cooperative, combined well maintained radio facilities jointly operated
and maintained by benefitting agencies


Use of proven technologies that allow communication among the land
managing agencies and with federal and non
-
federal partners


Integrated maintenance and management of network and land mobile
radio networks and equipment


Best practices for planning, investment, budgeting, and management of
network and land mobile radio capabilities


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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6


Membership:
DOI/USDA CIOs, agency CIOs,
USDA/DOI “mission” executives (fire/LE) = 11


Roles:


sponsors projects that promote its vision, using the resources of
its members. Projects are designed to demonstrate feasibility;
implementation of enterprise or program solutions based on the
results of projects is the responsibility of agencies and programs


provides a forum for the resolution of policy and program
differences that impede its vision and goals, and to coordinate
the development and implementation of policies and programs
that enable the vision and goals.


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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7

What’s Worked with the IIOG


Forum for identifying user requirements


Forum for communication between Departments


Positive message to users that leadership cares


Completed projects: thin client demonstration for fire;
aviation radio toning, credentials MOU


Initiated projects: access/authentication, Central Oregon
demonstration


Program Manager

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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8

What Hasn’t Worked


Uneven participation by principals


Lack of follow through on commitments


funding, staffing


Overly ambitious agenda


Failure to use the structure


independent and
uncoordinated agency activities

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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9

Changing Environment


DOI IT Transformation


changes roles and
functions of CIOs


DOI Radio Transformation


enterprise
approach with opportunities for USDA and other
partnerships


HSPD
-
12 requirements and opportunities


Universal broadband availability and other
technologies


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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10

Strategic Priorities

1.
Interconnectivity of systems


“one computer” on desks


Recognition of credentials

2.
Sharing of radio/wireless infrastructure &
services

3.
Leveraging new technologies



IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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11

High Priority Project Activities


Interconnectivity


Access Authentication & Accepting Federal Credentials


Credentials MOU Implementation


Logical Access for Non
-
Federal Personnel



Radio/Wireless Communication


Combined service/infrastructure/program management


Digital Migration strategy


ROIP


Use of Broadband



IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Dispatch Improvement


Communications


Consolidation of facilities


Business applications


Staffing


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Interconnectivity


Requires integrated, multi
-
agency effort


Leverage Access/Authentication work



ACTION: create integrated work group to coordinate and
standardize efforts

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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14

Radio/Wireless Communication


DOI Radio Transformation project as vehicle


Partner with USDA/FS on strategy and implementation


Seek additional partners (DHS, others)



ACTIONS:


Project governance and implementation shared between DOI &
USDA


Central Oregon alternative selection and implementation

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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15

Dispatch Improvement


Charter signed by heads of USFS, BLM, NPS, FWS, BIA


Two pilot optimization projects underway: SW and
California


leading to “toolbox” for broader use


Draft strategic plan


Application investments: fire reporting (in progress);
computer
-
aided dispatch (concept)


Interim program coordinator



ACTION: (1) monitor pilots; (2) develop integrated
governance structure to guide future

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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16

Discussion


Are these the major issues?


What’s missing?


What’s needed to accomplish?



NOTE: IIOG organization/function
discussion to follow…..

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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How Do We Proceed?


Issues:


Purpose, functions, roles


Membership and structure


Matching demand and supply (desires and
resources)


Equitable contributions

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Options


Status Quo


Status Quo Streamlined


Formal Charter and Structure


Disband

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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19

Status Quo


Pros


Current charter, commitments, members


Cons


Uncertain commitments, resource problems,
unwieldy

IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Status Quo
-

Streamlined


Summary


Membership limited to Dept. CIOs, mission exec’s = 5
(DOI mission = 1; FS mission =2); chaired by one of
the 5


PM and approach remain same


Pros


Smaller, more focused group


Cons


Uncertain commitments, resource problems



IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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21

Formal Charter & Structure


Summary


Secretarial Charter


Executive Steering Committee of 5 (see “Streamlined)


Senior Working Group of managers representing the
ESC members


Program Manager


Formal agency resource commitments


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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22


Pros


Greater status/recognition


Smaller, more focused leadership group


Reliance on senior managers to ensure project
success


Resource commitments


Cons


Signature requirements


Resource commitments


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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23

Disband


Summary


Use informal and ad hoc coordination mechanisms
within Departments and between Departments


Pros


Agency
-
specific and informal governance is sufficient


Cons


Lack of ability to coordinate effectively; slows
progress


Signal to field/users of lack of commitment


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Discussion/Resolution


IIOG

Program / Portfolio

Management

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Next Steps


Follow
-
up from this meeting



Next meetings



2011 Field Visit?