Department of Natural Resources and Water
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Department of Natural Resources and Water Partners in Technology Industry Briefing 6th February 2009 Department of Natural Resources and Water • Total ICT Budget $28M (Business Spend with IT) Operating Environment • 5300 desktops • 5000 Staff (including M&E, QWC, SEQWGM, SSA) • 250 Windows 2003 Servers • 100 Unix Servers (Sun) • 100 Unix Workstations • 80 client hosts connected to a SAN environment • Content Addressable Storage (CAS) with 8TB of storage • Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) • Approximately 475TB data under management • Microsoft System Management Server (SMS) • Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Department of Natural Resources and Water Operating Environment (Cont) • Connectivity – Telstra IPWAN access at all non-CBD locations (128Kbps – 20Mbps) – Metropolitan network: • High speed redundant fibre linking the data centres at Mineral House and the LandCentre. • All other sites have high speed links to either Mineral House, the LandCentre, or both. – Cabling: • Ethernet cabling is Category 6 UTP. • High speed Fibre Optic cabling used where necessary. Department of Natural Resources and Water Operating Environment (Cont) • Desktop Environment – Windows XP SP2 SOE – HP and Dell – Office 2003 Professional – Symantec Anti-virus • Network Platforms – Cisco Catalyst Access, Distribution and Core switches – Cisco Integrated Services Routers – Cisco Works, Statscout, and Netflow Tracker Network Management Systems • Security Solutions – Strong perimeter security – Gateways (reverse proxy, web service, applications) – Network zoning – Intrusion prevention (NAC, CSA) Department of Natural Resources and Water Operating Environment (Cont) • Application Servers and Middleware – WebLogic, Tuxedo, .Net – GIS (ArcGIS) • Data Management – Ingres, Oracle, Informix, SQLServer • Collaboration – Sharepoint Department of Natural Resources and Water Key Systems - Administrative • Shared Services Agency – Financial System – SAP – HR System – SAP – Asset Management - SAP – My.Records – My.Leave • Records and Document Management - Keeper – Open Text eDOCS • Management Information System – MIS • Service desk – INFRA • Receipting – LAIS • Ministerial and Executive Correspondence – MECS Department of Natural Resources and Water Key Systems - Operational • Automated Titles System (ATS) • Qld Valuations and Sales (QVAS) • Land and Vegetation Administration (eLVAS) • Land Tenure Ledger (LTL) • Water Management System (WMS) • Water Quantity and Quality (DADS & Hydstra) • Digital Cadastre Database (DCDB) • Surveying Support (CISP, SCDB, SunPOZ, APDB) Department of Natural Resources and Water • Resource Information Management Environment (RIME) • Environment for Natural Resources Information Integration (ENRII) – Spatial Information Resource (SIR) • Geographic Information Systems • SmartMap Information System (SMIS) • Queensland Native Title Information Management Environment (QNTIME) • Government Asset Management System (GAMS) • Land Asset Management System (LAMS) • Scientific Systems (LIMS, GWDB, SALI) Department of Natural Resources and Water Major Procurement Plan • Land Tenure Ledger (LTLr) • Water Management System (WMS) • On-line Service Delivery – Some services may be delivered through CITEC • Knowledge Based Research Business (KBRB) – Eco-sciences precinct at Boggo Rd – Networking ?? Department of Natural Resources and Water Software Procurement • Identity Management – Dependent on IDES project • PKI • Desktop OS – Dependent on WoG direction • Service Delivery Software Infrastructure – ESB (immediate focus) – Portal – Registry – BPM Department of Natural Resources and Water Hardware Procurement • WoG Sun Contract (X.Ten.0196) • Super computing – contract let, implementation in progress • PCs – continuous rollout (3 year replacement policy) • SRIP Project Server Hardware – About 20% complete – Ongoing rollout around the state Department of Natural Resources and Water Services Procurement • Panel arrangement NRS0013 (Services) – Replacement advertised this week (NRS0031) – Closes 6th March – 4 major categories of service: • Business Process Investigative Services (small to medium only) • Dev and maintenance of application software (small to medium only) • Specialist services for IT – business focus • Specialist technical assistance – technology focus – Implementation 1st July 2009 • Panel arrangement NRS0012 (Contractors) – Replacement required to be active by August 2010 – Planning to commence later this year Department of Natural Resources and Water Dealing with Natural Resources and Water • Flexible workforce of FTE’s and contractors • Fee for service environment (SLAs with business areas) • Hosting for other Government Agencies – Mines and Energy – Queensland Water Commission – South East Queensland Water Grid Manager (SEQWGM) – Queensland Climate Change Centre of Excellence (QCCCE - EPA) • Panel arrangements Into the Future • Issues – IDES – unclear adoption strategy – Technology Transformation Program • Will migrate specific activities as appropriate – Election?? • Machinery of Government changes • Opportunities – Virtualisation Services – Science Precinct • Greater collaboration between agencies • Opportunities for resource sharing – Green IT • Strategies – Service First • More on-line services • Greater use of web delivery Contact Details • Howard Dyer – (07) 38963065 – email@example.com – Responsible for: ICT • Mark Winter – (07) 38963503 – firstname.lastname@example.org – Responsible for: ICT Procurement Disclaimer • The information provided in this briefing has been provided for information purposes only to assist you with your business planning and is subject to change without notice.