Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
Annual report 2016-17
Northern Territory. Department of Corporate and Information Services
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services 23 ACHIEVEMENTS What We Achieved by Output Our performance symbols, detailed on page 2 are used to explain where each initiative is tracking in terms of its project cycle. Performance achievements are also aligned to our strategic planning framework, as identified by the following reporting symbols: SP Strategic Plan links to the departments strategic plan BP Business Plan forms part of the suite of key annual activities IP Innovation Program links to the departments innovation program. Activity in relation to each category is regularly reported and monitored at EMB. Innovation Program Status 1. Introduction of AOG Contract Management System 2. Standard Classification Codes 3. Contract Administration Business Process Re-engineering (Contract Services contract administration services) 4. Online Pay Progression Application 5. KPI Achievement Recognition 6. Access myPlan via Portal/Website 7. AOG Induction Basic Level 8. Video Tutorials for Training 9. Panel Members for Tender Assessments 10. Normalisation Methodology for Local Content Scoring 11. Promotion of the Australian Style Guide Progressing the DCIS Innovation Framework The DCIS Innovation Committee developed an enhanced innovation framework which was considered and accepted by EMB in June 2016. The framework builds on the serial innovation approach and is based on a more deliberate and sustainable approach to innovation in DCIS. The framework integrates staff engagement, agile development and staged investment contexts to the innovation process, with the aim of engaging staff, generating new ideas and having a bit of fun. The board agreed to trial the agile concept and the committee is to report back to EMB in November 2017 on progress. Committing to, and investing in, an innovation program is a journey that takes time to evolve to a mature model. Key steps towards this new framework that progressed over 2016-17: held discussions with external expert in the area of innovative work practices and their practical application researched practical activities to promote innovative thinking and problem solving reviewed a range of practical options considered a good fit for the DCIS organisational environment and able to be implemented presentation by Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (DIPL) to EMB on their Innovation Program established the DCIS Innovation Committee in early 2017. NEXT STEPS Report back to EMB on the agile concept trial. Continue to promote the Innovation Program internally. Status of the Innovation Program over 2016-17:
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