Functional Area Management & Navy Business Process

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Navy Enterprise Business Process & Functional Area ManagementCaptain Sandra T. Buckles OPNAV CIO


Navy Enterprise Business ProcessDesigning Navy Business Processes to leverage Horizontal integration of information & decision making Capitalizing on Enterprise Network Services of NMCI Define & preserve our decision making authority


Functional Area ManagementPurpose: Compare current and future business function opportunities to current applications Goal: Improve Business Processes Right mix of supporting technology Streamline quantity of applications Reduce cost of supporting Future Navy Business


FAM - BackgroundNavy divided up functional areas into 24 groups Large FAMs – Cross other Functional Areas Acquisition, Administration, Logistics, Science & Tech, Enterprise Services, Education & Training Small FAMs – All the rest C3, Civpers, Finance, IW, Intel & Cryp, Legal, Manpower & Pers, Medical, Meteorology, Mod & Sim, Nuclear Propulsion, Reserve, Precise Time, Readiness, Religious Ministries, Resources/Requirements & Assessments, Test & Eval, and Weapons Planning & Control Only reviewed NMCI Applications Future consideration of IT-21, BLII, others


Functional Area Management Rationalization ProcessShort Term: Collect apps and begin categorization Mid-Term: Consolidate/Map applications to Navy Processes driven Taxonomy End Goal: Portfolio Management Portfolio management versus streamlined applications using portfolio management disciplines


FAM Application Rationalization Phases – NMCI Apps onlyDetermined Applications In Use Created Taxonomies Developed and Implemented Rationalization Process Cleaned Up Application DatabaseQuestionnaires complete Scorecarding complete Determine approved (preferred) applications Determine Allowed with restriction Determine COTS candidates for enterprise licensing List GOTS server apps for server consolidation & migration to NMCIDevelop Migration Process BCAs Rebuild apps BPRs Integration across functional areas Discard applications no longer requiredShort TermMid TermMigration Planning6,971Goal 3,150 PreferredMay 02Dec 02Jan 03May 03Jun 033,821


FAM Application Review Progress – Near and Mid Phase Near Term (Short Term) Started with over 60K Applications Initial reduction due to duplications, spelling differences, versions, etc. Mid-Term Target reduce portfolio to 5% of our starting point Current Reduced the list by 90% Just over 3K apps


FAM Application Review Future StepsIn-depth review of Business Functions to Application Development of Business Cases Process Improvements Applications mapped to Taxonomy (Biz Process) Compare taxonomy to applications: Ensures all functions/processes are supported by an application Don’t create a disconnect between functions Does the Taxonomy truly define our Business Processes Looking for Business Best Practices/Models


FAMs & Process ImprovementCompare current taxonomy (Business Process) to applications In-depth Process Reviews Step by step work flow review Pilot locations selected to conduct mission impact Process Improvements to leverage NMCI NMCI provides new infrastructure NMCI capabilities provide advantage to meet Navy Mission Reduce the # of applications Return to an Enterprise Network


FAMs & Process Improvement AdministrationCompare taxonomy (Business Process) to applications In-depth Process Reviews Echelons 1 through 7 Step by step work flow review Process differences between Echelon 1 and Echelon 7 Further define Admin functional area FMMP (BMMP) domain was initial guide Is it the right one for Navy What does Industry use Portfolio Management Looking for tools to facilitate migration More than migration – looking for Process Improvements


Process Improvement End GoalStreamlined ability to meet mission Common/repeatable processes across Navy Standardized applications/data repositories Data Integration across authoritative data sources Enterprise licensing


FAM & Industry SupportIndustry best practices Proven, like processes that can be ported to Navy Pilot efforts that industry has completed Navy wants to adapt proven cost efficient business processes


Questions???Captain Sandra Buckles, OPNAV CIO 703-602-5130

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