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Best Practice OSNI – CAMEO project ( C ustomer A ccess to M aps E lectronically O nline). Strategic Context. The final report of the OSNI ICT Strategy (January 2002) recommended OSNI to

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strategic context
Strategic Context
  • The final report of the OSNI ICT Strategy (January 2002) recommended OSNI to
    • ‘…provide mapping products and other data electronically to customers in a format that meets their specific needs, rather than only providing standard products.’
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Strategic Context
  • A review of OSNI’s ICT infrastructure (July 2002) identified web access to data as a key strategic enabler within the ICT Strategy.

This review recommended

‘… access to OSNI mapping via the Internet, in line with the mandates of the modernising government agenda.’

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Strategic Context
  • The Modernising Government and e-Government agenda focuses on citizens’ and business needs and makes a commitment to provide all key services electronically.
  • There were four guiding principles:
    • Building services around citizens’ choices
    • Making government and its services more accessible.
    • Social inclusion.
    • Using information better.
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Strategic Context
  • OSNI undertook a comprehensive customer survey in 2004
    • The major customer requirement was to have up-to-date data as accurate as possible and supplied as speedily as possible.
  • OSNI’s Balanced Scorecard reflects the strategies above
    • OSNI will also support, where appropriate, the creation of new types of information and enable access accordingly…
business case benefits
Business Case - benefits
  • Phase 1a – To implement a public facing eCommerce system that would enable customers to purchase or license OSNI products and services online.
  • Phase 1b – To enable OSNI’s account/debt customers to purchase online, without having to use a credit or debt card. Account customers will be invoiced at mutually agreed intervals.
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Strategic Context

The increased popularity in the eCommerce channel has enabled OSNI to realise three key benefits:

  • Reduced customer dependency on the OSNI shop and back office. Shop opening hours have reduced by 15 hours per week. The revised hours reduce shop running costs by approx £60,000 per annum.
  • Enable OSNI to release shop and back office staff back into core business areas. Reduced from 20 to 15, including a team of 3 managing and maintaining the web based services. Saving annual running costs of approx £150,000.
  • Reduced administration overheads in relation to the licensing of digital data. In the 22 months of trading, customers have purchased in excess of 4000 digital licensed products.
governance
Governance
  • Market (Customer) Research
  • Scoping Study (Based on research and Strategic drivers)
  • Business Case (DCAL and DFP Approval)
  • Expressions of Interest, from suppliers (to produce short list)
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Governance
  • Operational Requirement
  • Invitation to Tender (OJEU)
  • Award of Contract 2005
    • Fujitsu – eCommerce and site structure
    • 1Spatial – mapping and spatial components
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Governance
  • Prince II
  • SRO
  • Project Board
  • Project Team
  • Requirements Team
  • Test Team
  • Checkpoint Meetings
cameo
CAMEO

www.osni.gov.uk

  • Ecommerce solution
    • Allowing browse, search for and purchase of OSNI goods and services online by:
      • Conventional Web page browsing or
      • Using an interactive map browser
does it work
Does it work?
  • Total sales since go live (April 2007)
    • £800,000
  • Number of transactions
    • 30,000
  • Number of registered users
    • 17,000
  • Successful completion of orders
    • 98.7% ( 1.3% failed or cancelled orders)
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Does it work?
  • Supplier
    • Yes - it is what OSNI asked for
  • OSNI
    • Yes - but could be better
  • Customer
    • Yes – “fantastic”
    • Yes – “eventually, difficult to use”
    • No – “worst site I have used, %%*$”
defining requirements
Defining requirements
  • Vision and concept
  • Operational requirements

Further developed through:

  • Workshops
  • Functional specifications
workshops
Workshops

Purpose

  • Develop requirements
  • Involvement of key staff

Outcomes

  • Clear understanding and documentation of requirements
  • Buy in from key staff
  • Identify scope and expectations
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Workshops

Experience

  • Involves staff
  • Helps both parties understand requirements and scope
  • Forum for discussion
  • Defines expectations
  • Time consuming
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Workshops

Lessons learned

  • Ensure key staff are involved.
  • Maintain interest.
  • Manage expectations.
  • Documentation is clear.
  • Agreement is reached
  • Revisit.
functional specifications
Functional specifications

Experience

  • Time consuming
  • Difficult to understand if not in context.
  • Invaluable as reference when testing system
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Functional specifications

Lessons learned

  • Can be ambiguous.
  • Difficult to interpret without technical knowledge.
  • Staff skim read drafts owing to time restrictions.
  • Agree and rework until clear.
user acceptance testing
User acceptance testing
  • Test against Functional specifications
  • Agree test methodology
  • Agree acceptance criteria
    • Severity rating for bugs and defects
    • Acceptable number of bugs and fixes
  • Sanity test
  • Involvement in test phases
  • Patience
acceptance and go live
Acceptance and Go-Live
  • Test again in live environment
  • Perfection achievable?

Additional

  • Customers
  • Staff training
  • Contingency planning
awards
Awards
  • 2006 GoldenEyeT Public Sector Award
    • The annual award recognises the increasing use of 21st century technology and online delivery within the public / government sector.
    • The award also recognised CAMEO as an individual project that displayed innovation in the delivery of public sector services via information technology.
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Awards
  • Information Fair Trader Scheme (IFTS) by the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI)
    • The main principles are Openness, Transparency, Fairness, Compliance and Challenge (through a Complaints Process).
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Questions?

John.Deyermond@osni.gov.uk

Stephen.Evans@osni.gov.uk