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Commonwealth of Massachusetts IT Consolidation Program IT Finance and Budgeting Sub-committee Discussion Document. July 21, 2010 DRAFT FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY. Agenda. What does Implementation Success Look Like? ( K. Luddy – 5mins )

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July 21 2010 draft for discussion purposes only

Commonwealth of Massachusetts IT Consolidation ProgramIT Finance and Budgeting Sub-committee Discussion Document

July 21, 2010

DRAFT FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY


Agenda

Agenda

  • What does Implementation Success Look Like? (K. Luddy – 5mins)

  • Outstanding Implementation Issues (Discussion - 45mins)

  • Upcoming work for IT Finance Subcommittee in FY11 (K. Luddy - 10mins)


What does implementation success look like

What does Implementation Success Look Like?

  • All IT staff are transferred to the xxxx-1700 or xxxx-1701 accounts

  • Bills are being paid directly from the xxxx-1700 or xxxx-1701 accounts

  • Secretariats have implemented chargebacks for consolidated services


Outstanding issues

Outstanding issues


Fy11 upcoming tasks

FY11 Upcoming Tasks

  • Guidance on asset transfer

  • Funding model for FY12


Critical dependencies still under development

Critical Dependencies Still Under Development


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