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					United States
Department of
Agriculture




                  Office of the Chief Information Officer



                “Partnering for Success”
                www.ocio.usda.gov/nitc
Enterprise Shared
 Services (ESS)
       Enterprise Shared Services


  Built to promote the evolution of
  USDA business, applications,
  technology, and data toward a
  shared environment.



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       ESS Guiding Principles

 Deliver information and services
  around customers.

 Leverage investment in IT to
  eliminate duplication.


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        ESS Guiding Principles


       • Business Principles
       • Technology Principles
       • Data Principles




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       ESS Guiding Principles

       Business Principles

   Enables greater cross-agency,
   collaboration, use of shared
   solutions and best practices.


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       ESS Guiding Principles

       Technology Principles

   Promotes consolidation and
   standardization of technology
   where appropriate.


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       ESS Guiding Principles

       Data Principles

   Maximizes data sharing and
   minimizes cost associated with
   duplicate management efforts.


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         ESS Infrastructure


  • Applications Integration Options

  • Platforms

  • Development Aids



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         ESS Infrastructure


  • Applications Integration Options
     AgLearn
     eAuthentication
     Common Employee Database
     Google Search Appliance



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          ESS Infrastructure

  • Platforms
     Document Management (Stellent)
     J2EE Portal Application Server
     J2EE Application Server
     Web Content Management
      (Stellent)


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          ESS Infrastructure

  • Development Aids
     ESS Support Site
     Web Style Guidelines
     Design Templates
     Developer Library



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       ESS Service Offerings


  • WebSphere Portal Hosting
  • WebSphere Hosting
  • Web Content Management
    (Stellent)
  • Document Management (Stellent)
  • Google Search Engine


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           Websphere/Portal

       zLinux Virtual Servers, Websphere,
         Websphere Portal, Oracle, DB2


                             Portal/WAS


                                              Pre-
                Dev             Test          Prod



                      Prod             TRNG




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       Web Content Management (Stellent)

          Intel-based Windows Servers
                Stellent, Oracle

                        Web Content
                          Mgmt

                            Int
                Dev                Test
                            Dev

                  Int       Pre-
                                   Prod
                 Test       Prod


                 TRNG




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          Document Management (FileNet)

          Intel-based Windows Servers
       Stellent, Websphere, Oracle, Spicer

                         Document
                           Mgmt

                           Int
                 Dev                Test
                           Dev

                   Int      Pre-
                                    Prod
                  Test      Prod


                  TRNG




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       Google Search Engine
               Google
   Protected
                1001

         • 500,000 Licenses
         • “Intranet crawler”
         • Single node
         • Resides in NITC Midrange
           network

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         Google Search Engine
                 Google
       Public
                  5005

       • 3 million Licenses currently
         5 million after upgrade
       • “Public crawler”
       • Clustered appliance
       • Resides in NITC DMZ network


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       ESS Implementation Process

   • ESS Education and Dialog
   • Application Scoping and
     Planning
   • Startup and Developer Setup
   • Build and Deploy
   • Operational Support


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         Implementation Process

       • Education and Dialog
          ESS Liaisons
          Kickoff Meeting
          ESS Support Site
          Agency ESS Lead



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       Implementation Process


 • Application Scoping and Planning
    Scoping and Planning Pre-Requisites
    Initial Planning Meeting(s)
    Acceptance Package




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       Implementation Process

  • Startup and Developer Setup
     Tools Needed to Develop Your
      Application
     Account Setup
     Identify Other Relevant USDA
      Projects


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       Implementation Process

  • Build and Deploy
     ESS Software Development
      Lifecycle Environments
     Operational Services




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       Implementation Process

  • Operational / On-Going Support
     Application and Hosting Service
     Incident Management
     Service Level Agreement
     Application Update Process



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              ESS Benefits

   •   Reduce Development Costs
   •   Reduce Operations Costs
   •   Economies of Scale
   •   Product Standardization
   •   Avoid Redundant Efforts
   •   Minimize Infrastructure Investments
   •   Increased Efficiency


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       For More Information About the
       National Information Technology Center




                                        “Partnering for Success”




Business Contact:                               888-USE-NITC

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