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Brisbane City Council


Partners in Technology Industry Briefing


Friday 2
nd

May 2008

Topics



Living in Brisbane 2026 Vision



About Brisbane City Council



Council’s ICT Environment



Major Business Applications



Major ICT Change Initiatives



Procurement Framework



Current / Proposed ICT Procurement



SEQ Regional Focus



Future Directions



Working with Council



SEQ is the fastest growing region in


Australia
-

1 million additional


residents by 2026



Brisbane will have 250,000 new people


by 2026



Living in Brisbane 2026

“1 in 7 Australians live
in South East Qld”



Clean air



Food in the city



Safe Communities



Sustainable water use



Healthy river and bay



Effective growth management



Towards zero waste



Inclusive, caring communities



Outstanding city profile



Co
-
operative governance



Cleaner sustainable energy use



Healthy economy



Green and biodiverse city



Better public health



Learning and informed communities



Effective road networks



Well
-
designed and responsive built environment



Active and healthy communities



Connected and engaged communities



Green and active transport


Citywide Outcomes

Vision Targets for 2026


40% of mainland Brisbane restored
to natural habitat



100% wastewater re
-
use



Brisbane’s estimated 1700
-
kilometer
bikeways network complete



Greenhouse gas emissions reduced
by 50%



41% of travelling in the peak periods
will be by walking, cycling or public
transport

About Brisbane City Council



Largest local government in Australia,


by budget
-

$1.7B Revenue for 2007



Over 8,000 employees



Over $15 billion asset base



Centre Led Procurement Model



Centralised ICT Services



Corporate ICT Governance



ICT Shared Services



ICT Projects Budget (07/08): $21.3M

Council delivers a broader range of services than any
other local government in Australia

About Brisbane City Council

Council’s ICT Environment

Data Centres



2 modern data centres located at Brisbane Square & Holland Park



Servers



HP SuperDome systems: transitioning to HP iTanium Servers



Physical & Virtual Servers



Unix, Linux, MS Windows, Netware


Storage



SAN & Virtual Tapes



Database: Oracle & MS SQL Server


Telecommunications



Wide Area Network (WAN) connecting 146 sites/locations



Managed Voice Service


End User Devices



6600

Desktops/Laptops



Managed Print Service



Windows XP, Office 2003, Novell

Major Business Applications

Financial Management


Oracle Financials

Asset & Works Management


Mincom
-

Ellipse

Payroll & HR &

Management


Talent 2
-

Alesco

Revenue Management


RIMS & Core Land (In House Development)

Customer Service


CSE
-

FEA (In House Development)

Regulatory Services


CMT


DART


Infomaster

EDRMS


TRIM & CMX

Spatial Information Systems


eBIMAP & iBIMAP

Systems Management / Help Desk


BMC
-

Remedy

Major ICT Change Initiatives



EDRMS Implementation



Customer Service Environment Upgrade



Enterprise Content Management



Enterprise Applications Strategy (10 Years)



Spatial Systems Enhancements



SEQ Water Reform



CCTV on Buses



Digital Trunk Radio



ICT Improvement Program

Procurement Framework



Centre Led Procurement Model



ICT Strategic Sourcing



Procurement Strategies



EOI / RFQ / RFP / RFT



Panels / Preferred Suppliers / Standing Offers /


Registers of Pre
-
qualified suppliers



PIR
-

Public Interest Resolution for


Sole / Restricted Tendering



Procurement and
Stores Boards



Probity


Current / Proposed Procurement




Preferred Supplier Contracts in place for


Servers, Desktop, Network Infrastructure




Spatial Information Management System




Content Management System




Customer Service Environment




Telecommunications Services




Applications Development Panel


SEQ Regional Focus

South East Queensland (SEQ) Councils:

SEQ Regional Collaboration Groups:


SEQ CEOs

Regional

Collaboration

Committee

SEQ

CIOs

Forum

Council

of

Mayors

(SEQ)

“Political advocacy & policy issues”

“Operational matters”

Areas include:


-

Environment

-

Infrastructure

-

Jobs/Economic


Development

-

Regional Plan

-

Transport

-

Water

SEQ GIS

Working

Group

SEQ ICT

Architecture &

Policy Group

SEQ Regional Focus

SEQ Regional Focus

Maximising Value from Vendors:





Realise lower costs from economies of scale




Regional user groups


greater influence on


vendors’ product directions




Regional support & maintenance agreements




Opportunities for shared services and centres


of excellence

Future Directions



SEQ Water Reform



Enterprise Application Strategy



Green ICT



Business Intelligence



ICT Shared Services



Budgetary Pressures
-

Better Value for Money



Continuous Improvement



ICT Strategic Sourcing



Regional Initiatives

Working with Council





Understand Council’s diverse environment




Centre Led ICT
-

i
f it’s ICT it goes through


iDivision




Regular contact with appropriate iDivision


staff




Adhere to Council’s procurement policies


Thank You



Id Cuda

ICT Partnerships Manager

Brisbane City Council


07 340 36248


idramore.cuda@brisbane.qld.gov.au

Disclaimer




The information provided in this
briefing has been provided for
information purposes only to
assist you with your business
planning and is subject to
change without notice.

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