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Project Briefing to Mid-Level Managers Conference. 13 April 2011. What is Portico?. A Student Information System for the 21 st Century Think Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System for Education

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what is portico
What is Portico?
  • A Student Information System for the 21st Century
  • Think Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System for Education
  • Or…A commercial-off-the-shelf software helping higher education institutions manage administrative and academic functions on ONE, seamless platform.

Real-time Reporting

for All

Actionable

Business

Intelligence

More Productive Workforce Training

One Enterprise-wide System

Fragmented Systems

campus management corp the technology partner
Campus Management CorpThe Technology Partner
  • Gartner rates as best performer in emerging technologies
  • Emerging leader in latest Magic Quadrant
  • Leader in adult learning and non-traditional education models
what is the objective
What is the Objective?

Portico, a Student Information System for the acquisition workforce, will make it easier for students to manage their acquisition training and career paths, andwill empower DACMs and DAU to achieve DAWIA objectives through secure, 24x7, online access to the information they need.

“Applying Power to Purpose”

rigorous review from start
Rigorous Review From Start

Three Years Dedicated to Due Diligence

Collegiate Project Services conducts assessment of need

In-depth interviews with institutional users of student information systems

Vendor demonstrations

On campus visits to several of these institutions across vendor landscape

Engage Gartner to assess vendors, procurement process & implementation planning

who does it impact
Who Does it Impact?

A DAU System that Supports the Acquisition Workforce

project scope
Project Scope
  • Proactive career management
    • Certification requirements
    • Certification audit
    • Demand forecasting 
  • Schedule development and management
    • Resource optimization
    • Innovative scheduling options
    • Array of communication tools
  • Registration
    • Simple and transparent experience
    • Prerequisite checks
    • Waitlist visibility
    • Electronic & automated notification of changes
  • Student Services
    • Self-help modules for students
    • Access to multimedia support
    • Paperless processes
project scope1
Project Scope
  • Comprehensive student profiles
    • Transcripts
    • Academic record
    • Certification record
    • DAWIA training
    • Relevant-work experience
  • Electronic catalog
    • Multimedia access
    • Course listing
    • Pre-requisites
    • Equivalencies
  • Integrated with other essential systems
    • ATLAS PRO
    • Blackboard
  • Faculty
    • Access to class rosters
    • View of teaching schedule
    • Ability to communicate with individuals and ad hoc cohorts
    • Smart & Simple Grading
a peek into the future student profiles

Integrated Communications

Student Profile

A Peek into the Future:Student Profiles
  • Comprehensive Student Profile
  • Training
  • Education
  • Work Experience

Comprehensive

Career Intelligence

value propositions
Value Propositions
  • One, simple interface
  • Personalized training and career toolkit
  • Integrated registration and catalog
  • Greater transparency
  • Comprehensive student profile
  • Flexible communication tools
  • Fully integrated with ATLAS and BlackBoard
  • Increased visibility into waitlists & more
  • Single Sign-On helps get the task done
  • Process-driven task management
  • Automated communications for change notifications
  • Real-time access to activity across the enterprise

Students

DAU Staff

Faculty

value propositions1
Value Propositions
  • Comprehensive student records
  • Real-time reporting
  • Customize workflow for each specific constituency
  • Real-time insight
  • Actionable business intelligence
  • More agility in workforce training & preparedness
  • Strategic advantage in adopting commercial best practices
  • Greater visibility and accountability
  • More productivity and efficiency

Pentagon

DACMs

Congress

what does it mean for mlms
What Does it Mean for MLMs?
  • Single Destination
  • Building a Collaborative Enterprise for the Workforce
  • Data-driven Decision Support

Enterprise Visibility

Transparency

“One Stop Shopping”

Student

Profiles

Powerful Communications

Demand Forecasting

portico project update implementation timeline

Actions

Portico Project UpdateImplementation Timeline

Deliverables

JUN 2012

Time*

Configure

Workflows & Portal

Develop Interfaces

Perform User Acceptance Testing

Identify Issues

Bug Fixes/

Rework

CMC - Perform Requirements Review

DAU - Learn CampusVue functionality & possibilities

GSA Kickoff

Project Kickoff

Conduct user training sessions

Design Processes, Portal, & Interfaces

Go-live to CampusVue

Implementation Timeline

Completed design documents

Training Materials

IATT

Fully-functional SIS

SIS ready for testing

Data Converted &

Migrated

CMC – Understand Requirements

DAU – Understand CampusVue

IATO

IOC

Feb –Mar

2011

21 Feb – 2 Apr 2011

1 May 2011 –

May 2012

Sept 2011 – May 2012

JUN

2012 *

Feb - Jul

2012

3 Apr – 30 Apr

2011

*= Estimated

where are we
Where Are We?

Time*

JUN 2012

Feb –Mar

2011

21 Feb – 2 Apr 2011

1 May 2011 –

May 2012

Sept 2011 – May 2012

JUN

2012

Feb - Jul

2012

3 Apr – 30 Apr

2011

current discussions
Current Discussions

Rooted in Due Diligence Process, Evolving in Discovery

  • Waitlist Priority & Layered Logic
  • Auto-certification for Level 1
  • Travel Order & Disbursement Process
  • Standardize Auto-Approvals for Online Courses
what s next
What’s Next?

April 2011

May 2012

Sep 2011

May 2012

May 2011

Closing the Business Process Review

Beginning the Configuration Phase

Launch Testing

the portico team
The PORTiCO Team

Mark Whiteside

Exec Program Director

  • Multidisciplinary
  • Seasoned
  • Accessible
  • Committed to Success

Diane Cunha

Project Manager

how to stay informed
How to Stay Informed

Input? Contact your IPT Rep

CNE

Judy Fleming

GLTC Judith Bayliss

LCIC

Mark Camporini

MAT

Mike McGhee

MWT

M. Snedeker

STH

Kathy Peake

OPS

Art McCormick

PPLS

Dave Pearson

Website

WST

Andrew Gepp

SPM

Joni Forman

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