Modernizing NNSA with Cloud, Mobility, and Unified Communications. J Travis Howerton, NNSA Chief Technology Officer RightPath Program Manager . Delivering revolutionary business transformation within a government agency requires navigating a complex maze.
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J Travis Howerton, NNSA Chief Technology Officer
RightPath Program Manager
There is a perfect storm of disruptive technology on the horizon that will enable a leaner, smarter government.
RightPath focuses on
People, Processes, and Technology to deliver:
Virtual Servers and Desktops hosted in your Secure Hybrid, Community Cloud
Immersive Collaboration and Social Networking tools
To deliver solutions through the RightPath framework, we have developed an agency capability that partners the best of the NNSA and DOE OCIO capabilities into one integrated team:
Program Manager – Travis Howerton, NNSA
Chief Architect – Anil Karmel, NNSA
Operations – Robbie Green, DOE
Policy/Partnerships – Peter Tseronis, DOE
Cyber Security – Mary Hitson, NNSA
Leverage Enterprise Services
Lower Project Costs
Lead IT Investments
Fall 2012 – YOURcloud Initial Operating Capability
Winter 2012 – OneNNSA Network – Full Production
Spring 2013 – ONEvoice – Full Production
Summer 2013 – YOURcloud – Full Production
Complete Transformation in < 12 months from funding arrival.
Enterprise FIPS 140-2 encrypted, mesh network connects all sites and allows a common set of communications services
Foundation for enterprise shared services
Allows access to YOURcloud for federal employees and contractors
Physical Access - OneID – will allow NNSA employees across the organization to seamlessly transfer building and secure access rights at labs and site offices around the country.
Logical Access – building a federated Identity Management solution that covers all NNSA sites and HQ that builds a virtual directory, enables single-sign-on, and keeps access keys fully distributed
Vision: A mobile workforce with dynamic business agility, real-time data, and efficient/secure operations that enable mission objectives.
Mission Statement: Leverage wireless technology to lower operational costs, to shorten design/build time for weapons, to attract and retain a skilled workforce, and to reduce safety and security risks across the enterprise.
Scope: Develop a process to implement secure wireless infrastructure across the NSEDeliver a wireless-fabric infrastructure to enable new application scenarios throughout the NSELeverage other funding sources to serve as a force multiplier for magnifying the benefits of infrastructure investments.
Dashboard for Energy Management (facilities, data centers, etc.
Pulls together program and project metrics
Network and security operational information
Advanced intelligence fusing business, cyber, and social analytics to improve decision making
NNSA technology investments will enable a virtual workforce for the 21st century
Move beyond mobile workforce to virtual workforce
Reduces reliance on office infrastructure and moves toward “hoteling” approach that supports BYOD
“Work is something you do, not somewhere you go.”
- Bob Brese, DOE Deputy CIO
DOE/NNSA is attacking this problem on all fronts concurrently
By leveraging the IT toolbox of the 21st century, the agency can fundamentally improve the effectiveness of our mission execution.
By working together, we can create a smarter government that does more with less, makes faster decisions with better information, and fully empowers our next generation workforce.