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Streamlining Project Final Version •August 2005 Dona Stapley, Lead; Andy Oetter, Co-chair; Bunny Covey, Mary Bauto, Gerry Gagne, Rick Logan, Stewart Philpott, Peter Smith, Sue Elo, Debra Krastel. Road Administration Team Proposals Creating a streamlined forest information model….

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Streamlining Project

Final Version •August 2005

Dona Stapley, Lead; Andy Oetter, Co-chair; Bunny Covey, Mary Bauto, Gerry Gagne, Rick Logan, Stewart Philpott, Peter Smith, Sue Elo, Debra Krastel

Road Administration Team Proposals

Creating a streamlined forest information model…


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Presentation Overview

  • Why change is needed

  • The Streamlining Project

    • Mandate

    • Process

    • Vision and working principles

  • Business Proposals (5)

  • Other implications

  • Streamlining benefits


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The Challenge: Why Change?

  • Information required from the licensee for road permitting and appraisal varies between districts and systems

  • Road naming standards vary among licensees, and at the Ministry of Forests, causing administrative difficulties

  • Systems do not adequately support the business processes involved in road permitting

  • With the move to electronic submission, clear standards for submission and distribution of information are urgently needed


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The Streamlining ProjectMandate

  • Improve the forest information cycle, from up-front information access for operational plan and appraisal submissions through to free-growing declarations

  • Realize improvements through

    • Integrated business processes

    • Improved access to information

    • Consistent, streamlined information requirements that are well understood


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The Streamlining ProjectThree Phases

  • Phase I:

    • Issues identified, resulting in high level recommendations

    • FRPA notification and reporting streamlined

  • Phase II:

    • Cross-corporate teams developed proposals to improve business

    • Proposals were reviewed by government and industry, and revised as needed based on feedback.

  • Phase III:

    • Communicate business proposals to responsibility centres

    • Responsibility centres develop training, policies, guidelines, and systems to support changes

    • Cross-corporate Business Integration Group co-ordinates and supports implementation efforts


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Phase II Team Process

  • A Road Administration team was formed with representation from District and Branch staff

  • The Road Administration team held a number of meetings and workshops

  • Andy Oetter and Dona Stapley also visited several districts to discuss the challenges and proposed solutions


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Phase II Team Process Cont’d

  • The Road Administration Team proposals are outlined in the slides that follow

  • These proposals are backed by a more detailed report available from the Streamlining website

  • The proposals were subject to a province-wide review by government and licensee operational staff

  • Proposals have been communicated to responsibility centres, and implementation is now underway


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Vision

  • Provincially-consistent, integrated road administration business processes with streamlined information requirements


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Working Principles

  • Information will be shared within government where possible

  • The focus is on the business - not the systems

  • Solutions will meet operational needs of districts and all licensees (large and small)

  • Clarity and integration of the business will enable future systems improvements (transition to full e-business)

  • Major business processes will be provincially consistent

  • The comparison of planned, permitted, and actual activity will be possible (C&E, Revenue, Monitoring)


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Road Administration Proposal #1 Provincial Road Permitting Process

  • Corporately consistent road permitting process flows have been developed. Process maps show:

    • Licensee and district perspectives

    • System exchange information

  • Corporate consistency is required on a number of important key elements

  • Flexible district administration is allowed where possible


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Road Administration Proposal #2 Standard Road Naming and Usage

  • MoF to use the name the licensee submits for a road in their application

    • Avoids current renaming practice

  • Road name integrity also applies to Forest Service Roads

  • This proposal is backed by road naming guidelines and standards for licensees (currently under development)


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Road Administration Proposal #3 Bundled Appraisal/Road Permit

  • Bundle road permit application and road related appraisal info together for more efficient electronic submission

    • Reduces the number of transactions

    • Improves consistency between the processes (addresses systemic problem)

  • Automatically split out layered information for processing by each MoF business area

    • No added complexity for MoF to issue permit and rate

    • Allows Revenue and Tenures staff to do tasks simultaneously to speed up processing

    • Licensee can track processing status

  • Electronically issue rate and permit to licensee at the same time


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Road Administration Proposal #3 Bundled Appraisal/Road Permit Cont’d

  • Information flow:


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Road Administration Proposal #4 Separate Tenure from Timber Mark

  • Introduce a new timber marking procedure that separates the tenure from the timber mark

    • Uses different numbers in FTA to separate the authority to build or maintain a road from the identification of a timber mark

  • Continue to support two legitimate permitting models:

    • An individual, geographically-based road permit model

    • A “blanket” road permit model with geographic subdivisions


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Road Administration Proposal #5 Cross-Boundary Road Permits

  • Modify FTA to allow the tenure for a road permit to cross boundaries of overarching licences for a single licensee

    • The mantra for this proposal is: “A road is a road is a road” (regardless of administrative boundaries)

    • Roads could cross TFL and FL boundaries without a road tenure change

    • Reduces the amount of information that must be tracked and reduces confusion for all parties

    • Convert Special Use Permit (SUP) roads to Road Permit roads.

      • The only tenure to build or maintain a road on vacant crown land is a Road Permit.


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Road Administration Proposals #4 and#5An example

  • One road permit covering 5 tenures, same licensee

  • Blanket mark for road within TFL

Road Tenure R12345

Mark Schedule:

TFL = 35/RDS

TLs = 70116, 70117, 70118

FL = EY6RD

Various CPs (within Forest Licence or TFL)


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Other ImplicationsGeneral

  • Do not track road status in FTA because the concepts of maintenance, construction and deactivation are no longer valid in legislation

  • Systems need to recognize the FSR as a government responsibility. Need to be able to designate an FSR to the segment level as BCTS or Operations Division

  • RUPs should become legitimate tenures, managed in FTA


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OtherImplications Potential Systems Changes

  • FTA

    • Road naming standards must be accommodated

    • Capability to accept attachments

    • Work management tool, including ability to save ongoing work if a rejection occurs

    • More than one district inbox depending on job function

    • Auto generate tenure documents and e-mail them to clients

    • Wording change from approve to issue

    • Ability to automatically notify all other ‘systems’ of work completion at appropriate times (i.e. GAS notification when status moved to HI)

  • CIMS

    • Automatic notice to CIMS when tenure issuance occurs


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Other Implications Potential Systems Changes Cont’d

  • ESF

    • Road naming conventions

    • Timber marking

    • Capability to submit attachments

  • ECAS

    • Needs to be more closely aligned with FTA to accommodate single submission

    • Appraisal info could be automatically forwarded to region when the clearance process is completed

    • Consider automating the co-ordination of the tenure approval and SAN (stumpage advisory notice) in some instances


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Benefits

  • Provincially-consistent, consolidated road appraisal and permit process:

    • Reduced workload for licensees – bundled submissions

    • Reduced workload for district staff– simplified administration, information exchange, training, and systems development

    • Quicker application processing and ability to track plan/application status

  • A rate will be communicated to licensees before harvesting begins


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Benefits Cont’d

  • A consistent road naming convention will eliminate the need for both a legal and a local name

    • Reduces confusion

    • More effective information flow between systems

  • Comparisons of planned activities to actual accomplishments will be possible

  • Identification of a single authority to build or maintain a road on crown land will make administration easier for both districts and licensees

  • Systems will better support day-to-day appraisal and permit processing