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 PROJECT GOVERNANCE
 PROJECT NAME                          Excess Emissions Reporting

 DATE                                  2/22/12

 LEAD AGENCY                           NM Environment Department

 OTHER AGENCIES                        N/A

 EXECUTIVE SPONSOR                     Richard Goodyear, Acting Bureau Chief, NMED Air Quality Bureau
 AGENCY HEAD                           Cabinet Secretary David Martin

 AGENCY CIO/IT LEAD                    Mary Montoya
 PROJECT MANAGER                       Keith Fraser ( Windsor Solutions, Inc )




 PROJECT ABSTRACT (PROVIDE A BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE FOR THIS PROJECT)
 The Federal Clean Air Act requires that owners or operators of permitted air facilities (minor
 or major sources) provide the appropriate governing agency with a written report of all events
 where an emission has occurred in excess of permitted amounts, usually within 24-48 hours of
 the event. Information typically reported includes:
      The emissions point where the excess emission was released.
      The quantity and duration of the excess emission.
      The cause of the excess emission.
      Steps taken to limit the excess emission.
      Corrective measures taken to eliminate the excess emission.
 The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED), Air Quality Bureau (AQB) wishes to
 develop an information system capable of receiving excess emissions reports electronically
 from the regulated community. This system will support both the activities of the regulated
 community in submitting an excess emissions report, as well as the activities of AQB in
 responding to the submission of a report.
 This initial project will analyze and document the workflow, functional requirements, and data
 requirements for an excess emissions reporting system. Subsequent projects will use this
 information to design, build, and ultimately implement an excess emissions reporting system.
 Workflow documentation, requirements specification and architectural documentation were
 completed on 2/11/11. A pilot application with minimal functionality for proof of concept
 was deployed to the NMED test runtime environment. The pilot application was presented to
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 a subset of the user community on 11/9/11. The next phase of the project will focus on
 implementation and deployment of a defined set of functionality to the production
 environment. The set of functionality will not be the complete set of functionality defined in
 the requirements document, however, it will represent enough functionality to provide value to
 the business owner and replace a significant part of the current manual process.
 Start Date                              2/22/12                            Planned End Date         6/30/12
 Amount Requested this Certification                                        $165,618.40
 Note: $98,419.60 for phase 1 implementation as
 amendment to pilot contract for planning phase for
 $67,198.80 which was delivered on 11/9/11
 Amount Previously Certified                                                $0
 Remaining Appropriation not Certified                                      $0
 Total Appropriated Amount                                                  $165,618.40




 CERTIFICATION HISTORY (INCLUDE ANY PREVIOUS PROJECT OR PHASE CERTIFICATIONS)

        Date                    Amount                 Funding Source(s) (use specific citations to laws, grants, etc.)




 APPROPRIATION HISTORY (INCLUDE ALL FUNDING SOURCES,              E.G.   FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL LAWS OR GRANTS)

    Fiscal Year                 Amount                         Funding Source and Appropriation language
 2012                               37,332.40      Other state funds:
                                                   $8,912.40 - New Source Review (NSR) Air Quality Permit Fees
                                                   Fund [NMSA 1978, 74-2-15, State air quality permit
                                                   fund]
                                                   $28,420 - Title V Air Quality Permit Fees Fund [NMSA 1978,
                                                   74-2-15, State air quality permit fund]
 2012                              128,286.00      Federal funds: EPA Clean Air Act Section 105, Air Pollution
                                                   Control Program Grant FY12 (Agreement number A-00615712)

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 MAJOR DELIVERABLE SCHEDULE AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES
     Major Project Deliverable and Performance                         Budget            Due Date          Project Phase
                     Measure
 Requirements document and Work flow document                    $54,621.60            2/11/11           planning
 Pilot running in test environment                               $67,198.80            11/9/11           planning
 Phase 1 Deployment to production (base feature set)             $98,419.60            6/30/12           implementation
 Phase 2 Deployment to production (additional feature            TBD (based on         TBD               Implementation
 set plus enhancements)                                          priority value                          and support
                                                                 as determined
                                                                 by business
                                                                 owner)
 Phase 3 Deployment to production (additional feature            TBD (based on         TBD               Implementation
 set plus enhancements)                                          priority value as                       and support
                                                                 determined by
                                                                 business owner)
 Phase 4 Deployment to production (additional feature            TBD (based on         TBD               Implementation
 set plus enhancements)                                          priority value as                       and support
                                                                 determined by
                                                                 business owner)




 BUDGET

 Comments: funding source for future years?

                    Description                FY11             FY12             FY13             FY14          FY15&After


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 Staff -
 Internal

 Consulting         Requirements             54,621.60
 Services           specifications,
                    workflow
                    documentation
                    , architectural
                    documentation
 Hardware

 Software           Pilot                                    165,618.40
                    development,
                    Feature set
                    development
                    and
                    enhancement
                    development
    TOTAL                                    54,621.60       165,618.40




 IT SYSTEM ANALYSIS (ON THIS DOCUMENT, OR AS AN ATTACHMENT, PROVIDE A SUMMARY
 DESCRIPTION OF THE TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE)

 Taken from the operational requirements section of the requirements specification
 document:

 The system will be designed as a Web based application and is expected to interface with pre-
 existing external systems for functionality like security and data retrieval.
 The following figure illustrates the distributed physical layers of the overall solution. In this
 architecture, the independent user interfaces, application services and data stores will reside on
 distributed physical machines.




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 The following table indicates the planned hardware configurations for the Production, QA, and
 Test environments.
                                                                   Production              QA               Test
                                                                                                          (ENVT)
      HTTP Servers
                                                                          1                 1                   1
      (Apache Web Server)
      Application Servers
      (Apache Tomcat 6.0.10 configured with Java VM                       1                 1                   1
      1.5.11)
      RDBMS
                                                                          1                 1                   1
      (Oracle 9i DB version 9.2.x)
      RDBMS
                                                                          1                 1                   1
      (Intranet Oracle 9i DB version 9.2.x)




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 INTEROPERABILITY (DESCRIBE IF/HOW THIS PROJECT INTERFACES WITH EXISTING SYSTEMS/APPLICATIONS)
 Two existing systems must interface with this application:
 1 – a legacy environmental management system (TEMPO) currently in use by the business owner,
 NMED Air Quality Bureau. Data will be queried from the existing system and new data will be
 stored back into the legacy system. The new data will come from this new application which has a
 web user interface as opposed to the legacy user interface which is a client server interface. All
 existing business rules for the legacy system will be followed and are outlined in the requirements
 specification document.

 2 – NMED Secure Extranet Portal (SEP) which is the department user authentication service for
 application registration and access. Users securely register for access to the portal which presents
 a list of applications which must then be individually registered for and granted access to by the
 application owner. The EER application will need to utilize this service for user registration,
 approval and access. The SEP is currently in use for over 15 production web applications. The
 requirements for an application to use this service are identified in the requirements specifications
 document. The SEP has passed several security audit by conducted by an external entity
 (CAaNES )

 Additionally, the EER application will run in a shared production runtime platform which is
 wholly open source and specified in the operation requirements section of the requirements
 specification document. The pilot application was successfully deployed to a similar shared
 runtime platform within the NMED test environment. The application connects to an Oracles
 database schema within a shared enterprise Oracle database instance. This is a proprietary
 database instance and the licensing and support is current and maintained out of the NMED IT
 budget. The database specifications are included in the operational requirements section of the
 requirements specifications document.




 INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION & VALIDATION (INCLUDE SUMMARY OF THE LATEST IV & V REPORT)


 Currently under discussion with DoIT




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 SIGNIFICANT RISKS AND MITIGATION STRATEGY

 RISK 1: LOSS OF FUNDING
      MITIGATION 1: PROJECT WILL BE DELAYED OR STOPPED UNTIL FUNDING IS AVAILABLE
 RISK 2:TRAINING AND ROLLOUT OF APPLICATION TO REGULATED FACILITY USERS
      MITIGATION 2: BUSINESS OWNER TRAINING SESSIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS PLAN WITH
      FACILITY USERS




 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONS: (DESCRIBE AGENCY PLAN TO MIGRATE PROJECT SOLUTION TO PRODUCTION.                     INCLUDE AGENCY
 PLANS TO FUND AND MAINTAIN THIS PROJECT AFTER DEPLOYMENT. )

 Operational requirements are verified by NMED IT to ensure runtime compatibility; the contract specifies
 delivery of knowledge transfer documents and an application deployment package including source code
 and database object definition scripts.




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