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GOES-R Series User Readiness Planning and Development. May 12, 2004. User Readiness Goals. User communities fully ready when GOES-R becomes operational NOAA Line Offices and programs Other federal agencies Non-federal users. Scope.

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user readiness goals
User Readiness Goals
  • User communities fully ready when GOES-R becomes operational
    • NOAA Line Offices and programs
    • Other federal agencies
    • Non-federal users
scope
Scope
  • User Readiness includes planning, preparation, risk reduction, and training
    • NESDIS:
      • leads NOAA Line Offices’ programmatic and budget planning
      • Supports other federal agencies planning
      • Provides outreach and coordination with non-federal user communities
readiness functions

Delivery Mechanisms

Product Readiness

Education and Training

Planning, Budgeting and Reporting

Readiness Functions
complexities
Complexities
  • Diverse user communities with unique operational and programmatic needs
  • Diverse readiness functions to be planned, organized, scheduled and budgeted
  • Comprehensive coordination, monitoring and reporting required
approach
Approach
  • Organize and facilitate planning with extended GOES team
    • Organize teams and conduct work sessions
    • Initially top-level requirements planning and analysis
    • Selected acquisition and implementation items
  • Document and manage “end-to-end” user readiness needs
    • Document and maintain Integration and Transition Roadmaps
    • Apply standard program management practices for the Program (e.g., coordination, change management)
preliminary schedule
Preliminary Schedule
  • Requirements Definition – 2004
    • Start documentation of needs for each NOAA Line Office, programs, participating federal agencies and other user groups
    • Establish Coordination and Change Control mechanisms, and start Preliminary Interface Requirements Documents (IRD)
    • Develop initial User Readiness budget plan
  • Planning and Coordination – 2005
    • Coordinate with participating agencies and users
    • Integrate and optimize set of IRDs
    • Develop acquisition strategy and plans
    • Coordinate budget strategy with Line Offices and programs
  • Prepare for Operational Integration – 2006+
    • Complete key analyses, Interface Control Documents (ICD), and Integration requirements and plans, Operational T&E, Training…
conceptual timeline
Conceptual Timeline

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

User Delivery Mechanisms

Planning

Development

Operational Integration

Access Gateways

Distribution/Dissemination

Archive and Access

G/S Prototype Operation

Product Readiness

Test Bed Operation

Algorithm Validation

Product Validation

Data Sets/Meta Data

Planning, Budgeting and Coordination

Implementation Plans

Budget Plans

Interagency Coordination

Monitoring & Reporting

conceptual timeline1
Conceptual Timeline

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Planning

Development

Operational Integration

Education and Training

Training Strategies/Training

Product Applications

Direct Services Content

Reference Materials

breakout sessions
Breakout Sessions

Provide User recommendations on:

  • Planned Scope and Approach
  • Priority items and strategies
  • Schedule and future participation
  • Coordination mechanisms and contacts
summary
Summary:
  • For more information:
    • www.osd.noaa.gov/announcement/index.htm
  • For Bulletin Board:
    • www.osd.noaa.gov/goes/comments/sign.asp
  • For Power Point Presentations:
    • ftp://ftp.osd.noaa.gov/goesuser/
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