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USRP MiMOSA Users Workshop Amman, Jordan 25-28 January 2010. Introduction to MAU. ITSC Strategy & Structure MAU Overview & Structure MAU Project Portfolio MAU 2009 Year in Review MAU 2010 Goals Project Schedule. ITSC Strategy.

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Usrp mimosa users workshop amman jordan 25 28 january 2010

USRP MiMOSA Users Workshop Amman, Jordan25-28 January 2010


Introduction to mau

Introduction to MAU

  • ITSC Strategy & Structure

  • MAU Overview & Structure

  • MAU Project Portfolio

  • MAU 2009 Year in Review

  • MAU 2010 Goals

  • Project Schedule


Itsc strategy

ITSC Strategy

  • Internal prioritization and process improvement along with business units

  • Support to the large IT based components within projects implemented for IOM’s donors

  • Explore opportunities to interface with systems of major external stakeholders wherein data exchange forms an important key to efficient service delivery

  • IT management to play a direct role in leading change initiatives to support, enable and drive the technology challenges faced by the organization.


Itsc goals objectives 2009 2012

ITSC Goals & Objectives 2009-2012

  • Continue to deliver IT services that enables effectiveness of IOM operations

  • Implement IT based process improvements

  • Enhance the efficient use of ERP and other corporate applications

  • Align business and IT strategies and plans to establish priority areas

  • Enhance systems to support the processing of Migrant services

  • Promote the use of Information/Intelligence for planning and decision making


Overview itsc organisational position

Overview – ITSC Organisational Position


Migrant applications unit mau

Migrant Applications Unit (MAU)

  • MAU is responsible for the design, development, and implementation of global data base systems to facilitate IOM Headquarters and Field Missions to process, deliver, and monitor activities and services provided to migrants.

  • In conjunction with ITC Helpdesk, MAU also has a dedicated support team that works in two shifts providing coverage from 9am – 11pm (PST) Monday to Friday.


Goals of migrant applications unit

Goals of Migrant Applications Unit

  • Streamline & integrate delivery of multiple IOM Services to migrants

  • Maximize efficiency & draw upon IOM operational expertise

  • Design & develop common features for Headquarters, Field Missions, & Donors

  • Establish framework for Governance to guide future development that meet IOM needs


Mau organisational structure

MAU Organisational Structure


General functions

General Functions

  • Document functional requirements and translate them into technical solutions that support activities & services provided to migrants

  • Extensive testing prior to production release

  • Maintenance and support of global applications

  • Issue tracking to improve performance & meet the needs of IOM stakeholders, users, and donors


Usrp mimosa users workshop amman jordan 25 28 january 2010

Information Flow Overview

Operational services with financial impact: transportation

HR

Migrant Activities: Med, CO, AVR, Training, Movement

Finance

Migrant Registration

Procurement / Assets

PRISM

MiMOSA

iGATOR

Organizational Data Warehouse

Partner Agencies, Donors, External Stakeholders

PRM : WRAPs

UNHCR : Project Profile

CDC

UNJSPF, ICSC

  • EC, Donor Reporting

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Mau project portfolio

MAU Project Portfolio

  • CDC Interface

  • CDR MFTS

  • Confluence

  • iGATOR

  • LTI/LTS

  • MAU Projects Helpdesk T1, T2, T3 Support

  • MiMOSA

  • RMI

  • SIMA

  • SQL Reporting Services

  • UKTB

  • WRAPS Interface


Mau 2009 year in review

MAU 2009 Year in Review


Mau 2009 year in review1

MAU 2009 Year in Review


Goal 1 mimosa web ver 1 0

Goal #1 MiMOSA Web Ver. 1.0

  • To complete the design, development, User Acceptance Test, pilot release and roll out plan for the technical upgrade of MiMOSA to a web platform with:

    • defined Project Structure of Stakeholders & Business Process Experts

    • minimal down time for application users, data consumers, and external interface partners,

    • optimization of data base,

    • improvement in the user interface,

    • increased data validation between and across modules,

    • off line replication mode for missions with poor infrastructure


Goal 2 customer relations

Goal #2 Customer Relations

  • To improve customer relations with the user community through timely

    • Information sharing on MAU project statuses

    • Notification of the status of bug reports and change requests

    • Updating the MiMOSA Web Site to be a source of information relevant to the user community and stakeholders


Goal 3 quality assurance

Goal #3 Quality Assurance

  • To ensure MAU projects are delivered with high-quality in accordance with industry standard and best practices

    • Identify resources required to test and control the quality of our applications

    • Identify standard Functional & Non-Functional testing requirements for production releases

    • Fill the position for a Quality Assurance Team Leader

    • Identify and apply standard QA Process

    • Introduce QA Tools to QA team like load runners for performance and web load testing


Goal 4 automation of processes

Goal #4 Automation of Processes

  • To work closely with the business community to continue to automate manual processes for operations

    • Automate US PoE embarkation schedule based on date of arrival and departure to final destination

    • WRAPS Interface Phase 2 for eDEP and eCOA to minimize OPE/RPC manual data entry

    • IOM/CDC Interface Phase III ePDMS & eSMC forms

    • WRAPS Interface Phase 2.5 for MIF in XML format to import photos & cross-reference cases to minimize duplicate data entry and provide common data set for USRP Med & Ops


First quarter 2010 schedule

First Quarter 2010 Schedule


New project initiatives

New Project Initiatives

  • MHD Lab Data Base - TBD

  • MAU Web Site - In progress

  • MiMOSA User Training Curriculum - TBD

  • CDR Data Archiving & Clean Up - TBD

  • MAU Footprints Phase II - In progress


Collaboration to succeed

Collaboration to Succeed

SOP/ Compliance

Technology

Quality Assurance


Usrp mimosa users workshop amman jordan 25 28 january 2010

Thank You!


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