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Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2015-16



Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2015-16


Northern Territory. Department of Corporate and Information Services


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In t r o d u c t Io n AnnuAl RepoRt 2015-16 | Department of Corporate anD InformatIon ServICeS 5 NTG/Telstra Co-Investment Program detailed technical feasibility studies of mobile services for all 11 approved remote sites and the due diligence process were progressed, with construction to commence in 2016-17. ASNEX program the implementation of solutions continued within budget and timeframe, with client agencies already benefiting from the mobile and business intelligence solution. DCIS jointly won a national excellence award for the mobile solution developed for road assets. ICT governance reforms a new ICT series of Treasurers Directions were developed; the ICT Capability Framework was implemented, and an ICT project management toolkit developed and made available for all agencies. Agency projects - continued to monitor agency major ICT projects for the Northern Territory Government ICT Governance Board, with substantial assistance and advice provided to agencies and a reporting portal developed. ICT Services Contracting Model - reflecting a strategic procurement approach, the model was approved following industry, agency and Ministerial ICT Advisory Council engagement. Procurement reforms assisted the Department of Business to shape and implement reforms, particularly through configuring Northern Territory Government procurement systems. Government Data Centre progressed this strategic project to improve resiliency, expand capacity and enable Northern Territory Government business continuity through establishing a secondary data centre facility. Charles Darwin Centre five agencies, including DCIS, relocated to the new building with no disruption to services. Indigenous employment DCIS increased Indigenous staff from 8.3% to 12.4%, exceeding the departments target. Looking ahead to 2016-17, DCIS will continue to focus on providing business improvements, aligned to the DCIS strategic plan, that will reduce overall government costs and deliver value for money shared corporate services. Some of the key activities and initiatives will include: CCSRP project management a substantial body of work that will be top priority for DCIS. Remote telecommunications continuing the two CAT mobile phone hotspots programs and the joint co-investment program with Telstra as it moves into the construction phase. Government Data Centre project complete transition and operationalise the new data centre facility in Millner. ASNEX program progress and deploy solution development, implement the online portal, mobile capability and business intelligence reporting. ICT Governance continue oversight of major agency projects and development of further governance reforms. GrantsNT progress development of the new grants system, including engagement with grant applicants, recipients, businesses and agencies. Government administrative changes coordinate corporate systems and DCIS service changes as required. Shared Finance Services focus our efforts to expand services for our clients, such as introducing virtual card capability; and to assist agencies improve their business processes, such as increasing their payment of invoices within 30 days. Payroll and Employment Services rollout a contemporary administration model to support and sustain effective service delivery into the future. Project services grow this new role through expanding advice and guidance to agencies, to support agencies with their core functions. ePASS replacement progress the three-year program to replace the Northern Territory Governments existing ePASS identity and access management system.

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