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					                        U.S. Department of Agriculture
                            eGovernment Program




eGovernment Working Group Meeting


Chris Niedermayer, USDA eGovernment Executive




              December 3, 2003
                        U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




Agenda





 Welcome

 Enablers Update

 Q&A/Next Steps




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                                   Onto implementation!
           Thanks to your hard work, the eGovernment Program has moved further
           along the road map.
                                                                                   Project Management

Develop                             Pre-Select              Implementation and           Pre-Implementation -                     Installation & Testing         Rollout of
eGovernment                         Business                Investment Planning          Detailed Planning,                        • Set up hardware             solution and
Strategic Plan                      Cases                     • Functional & Technical   Design and Product                        • Install software            services
 •   Strategic direction             • Initial vision           requirements             Selection                                 • Perform necessary
 •   24 Strategic initiatives        • Cost/benefit           • Program management           • Provide technical/evaluation of       custom development
                                       analysis                 approach                       products information to the           (integration)
       •   Enabling initiatives
                                                              • Comprehensive                  Agencies                            • System test
       •   Strategic initiatives     • Initial impact
                                       analysis                 technical architecture       • Define process for agencies to      • Updated CPIC
                                                              • Implementation Plans           utilize enterprise eGovernment        documentation (Security
                                                                                               services                              Plan, Concept of
                                                              • Cost/benefit analysis
                                                                                             • Conduct formal product                Operations, etc.)
                                                              • Impact analysis                selection
                                                                                             • Coordinate with Enterprise
                                                                                               Architecture                                                    X eAuthentication
                                                                                                                                            X eLearning                    (ongoing)
                                                                                                                            X    eDeployment

                                    Decision to
                                    plan and
                                    implement                                            Determine                  Physical &              Agency Development / Strategic
                                    Enabling                Select-level                 Products and               Application             Initiative Development
                                    initiatives             Business Cases               Services                   Architectures

                                                        Change Management Planning and Implementation, Agency Assistance

                                                                             Marketing and Communications



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                                           U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




       eAuthentication Update


 Successfully expanded the core WebCAAF system on 10/19/2003
  in order to meet the Government Paperwork Elimination deadline:
    • Added Identity Management to enable the creation of roles and to
      protect agency applications;
    • Implemented Self-registration capabilities; and
    • Expanded service to accommodate applications agencies plan to
      integrate.

 Currently integrating 14 agency applications.

 Trained over 3,300 Local Registration Authorities (LRAs).

 Help-desk support available to assist users with technical issues.

 Created FY „04 Funding models for agencies to review.


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      eAuthentication Next Steps


 Support USDA eGovernment Act submission re: GPEA data request.

 Enhance the user experience in WebCAAF with updates to the
  registration pages, eAuthentication portal pages, and LRA pages.

 Continue to integrate agency applications with WebCAAF.

 Design registration processes for integrating employee users and
  employee applications with WebCAAF.

 Integrate WebCAAF with the GSA eAuthentication pilot for
  Grants.gov.

 Create strategy for integrating NFC PKI and WebCAAF into an
  overall USDA eAuthentication solution.

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                                        U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




      eDeployment Update: Product Selection


 Over several intensive weeks, cross-agency USDA teams
  evaluated vendor products for enterprise-wide solutions for:
   • Portal;
   • Web Content Management; and
   • Document/Records Management.

 A cross-agency technical architecture team further evaluated
  products and provided the product teams with recommendations.

 Product teams then formalized final recommendations to OCIO.




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      eDeployment Next Steps: Product Selection


 eGov Team has begun the total cost of ownership and initial start up
  cost assessments for deploying the solution.

 Begin procurement process. NDA still enforced.

 Define governance process, operations plan and organizational
  support model.

 Complete technical architecture design.

 Work with NITC to define hosting approach.




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      eDeployment Update: usda.gov/Web Presence


 Created design templates for usda.gov and Web Presence.

 Developed HTML “mini-site” for purposes of usability testing.

 Conducted one full week of usability testing for usda.gov:
   • Completed 16 one-hour test sessions with users representing USDA‟s
     key audiences;
   • Assessed site navigation, content/terminology, look and feel; and
   • Compiled usability test data and proposed design recommendations.

 Updated all usda.gov and Web presence design templates with
  changes resulting from usability testing.

 Created first iteration of User Interface (UI) Style Guide for USDA
  agency Web sites and Web-based applications.
   • Available at http://www.egov.usda.gov

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      eDeployment Next Steps: usda.gov/Web Presence


 Distribute Web Presence UI Style Guide to larger USDA audience
  for review.

 Work with Web Presence team members, webmasters and decision
  makers to determine appropriate transition path for agencies.

 Conduct individualized, tailored meetings soon with agencies/staff
  offices to review Web Presence standards and discuss Web
  Presence migration strategy.

 Provide Web Presence HTML templates to agencies/staff offices.

 Complete the application detailed design for the usda.gov portal.




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       eDeployment Update: Taxonomy


 Held individual educational sessions with participating agencies
  and staff offices.

 Collected drafts from agency/staff office content experts at the end
  of October and beginning November.

 Aggregated drafts into one USDA model:
   • Conducted six, all-day working sessions with NAL Thesaurus Group
     indexing staff.
   • NAL Thesaurus Group was key to meeting November 14th deadline.

 USDA eGovernment Taxonomy Model released on November 14th.




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                                             U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




      eDeployment Next Steps: Taxonomy


 Update Physical Schema.

 Update plan for Taxonomy development.

 Refine and expand the current release:
   • Include additional agencies and staff offices who did not participate in
     Release One;
   • Agencies and staff offices to review current release;
   • Include suggestions for improvements from agencies and staff offices;
   • Latest version on eGovernment Web site.




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                                          U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




       eLearning Update/Next Steps


 109,207 users have been loaded into GoLearn.gov to date; almost
  60,000 USDA users have activated their accounts.

 LMS Implementation Kick-Off:
   • Functional Design Workshops with Phase I Agencies completed
     November 17-21.

 Technical Design Interview being conducted.

 Evaluation of enterprise-wide collaboration tool.

 LMS Implementation:
   • Technical Interviews 12/2 – 12/5
   • Phase 1 Rollout planned for Feb/March „04



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                                       U.S. Department of Agriculture eGovernment Program




      eLearning Recognition Awards


 OCIO recognizes the effort of agency representatives who
  assisted in the eLearning product selection of USDA‟s enterprise-
  wide Learning Management System:

              • Carol Harvey (FAS)
              • Angela Hall (RD)
              • Gerard Wenham (RD)
              • Ron Nixon (FS)
              • Keith Ware (ARS)
              • Cindy Bezz (OCIO)




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 Agenda





 Welcome


 Enablers Update

 Q&A/Next Steps




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Questions and Answers




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      Next Steps


 Next EGWG Meeting: December 17th, 2003.


 Upcoming EGWG Topics:
   • Usability Panel (2 Sessions)
   • USDA Smart Choice Strategic Initiatives
   • Continued updates on the Enablers




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