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Great State – Great Potential A PRESENTATION TO TASSCC: 

Great State – Great Potential A PRESENTATION TO TASSCC Larry Olson Chief Technology Officer, the Great State of Texas August 9, 2006

Agenda: 

Agenda Around the World in 15 Minutes Korea’s Public Procurement Service Hong Kong Educational Portal Uganda’s Multi-State Economic Development Kenya’s “I’m Headed Out” Project Malaysia’s IT-Based Economy

Agenda: 

Agenda Around the World in 15 Minutes Korea’s Public Procurement Service Hong Kong Educational Portal Uganda’s Multi-State Economic Development Kenya’s “I’m Headed Out” Project Malaysia’s IT-Based Economy Around the Great State of Texas in 15 Minutes CUC Court System LEARN Network UTMB Telemedicine North Central Texas COG Lawson Implementation El Paso Leveraging Resources TexasOnline.com

Around the World in 15 Minutes: 

Around the World in 15 Minutes “Not invented here” was never a good reason for not borrowing good ideas from our neighbors Brazil Volunteer Portal enables thousands of children to contribute to a better world Palestine IT4Youth Portal provides access and professional development Senegal, Nigeria, India, Kenya, Philippines, Ghana IT for Poverty Alleviation includes online auctions to enable trading in small harvests and other micro-economies Kenya Women in e-Civil Society supports grassroots poverty reduction, food security and nutrition, and open and distance learning Mexico Sustainability and Wireless connects 50 million in remote areas without relying on legacy telecoms Zimbabwe HIV CD-ROM, a multimedia tool, combats the spread of HIV

Korea’s Public Procurement Portal: 

Korea’s Public Procurement Portal In 2005, $45 billion in transactions

Hong Kong’s Educational Portal: 

Hong Kong’s Educational Portal SARS outbreak couldn’t keep one million kids out of school

Uganda : 

Uganda Leveraging new technology to support regional economic development goals Kaliisa Ibrahim, Kin Special Presidential Assistant in Charge of ICT The Republic of Uganda _________________________________________ 2006 World Congress on Information Technology

Kenya’s Elephant Tracking System: 

Kenya’s Elephant Tracking System Instant Message: “I’m headed out.”

Malaysia Economic Transformation: 

Malaysia Economic Transformation Multimedia Super Corridor Government-supported infrastructure Education that supports the goals Strategic vision Emphasis on execution at all levels and across all disciplines of government Status: All Phase 1 deliverables have been met or exceeded

Lessons Learned…Around the World: 

Lessons Learned…Around the World The global role of technology Contributes to business solutions Healthcare Environment Education Economic Development Acts as a catalyst for social and economic change Breaks down silos between government departments Builds collaboration at all levels of government and across governments to work Bottom line: It’s the effective application of technology to respond to a business goal that makes the difference

Around the Great State of Texas in 15 Minutes: 

Around the Great State of Texas in 15 Minutes

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration: 

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration Brings together the 37 largest Texas counties Shares IT applications and systems Supports development and acquisition of major county IT projects

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration: 

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration Brings together the 37 largest Texas counties Shares IT applications and systems Supports development and acquisition of major county IT projects Current projects include Common Integrated Justice System Potential savings of $100 million for participating counties Contract awarded this spring

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration: 

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration Brings together the 37 largest Texas counties Shares IT applications and systems Supports development and acquisition of major county IT projects Current projects include Common Integrated Justice System Potential savings of $100 million for participating counties Contract awarded this spring Juvenile Information System Common database for law enforcement, probation, prosecutors, and schools Developed in Dallas County with federal grant, now re-used in many areas

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration: 

Conference of Urban Counties Collaboration Brings together the 37 largest Texas counties Shares IT applications and systems Supports development and acquisition of major county IT projects Current projects include Common Integrated Justice System Potential savings of $100 million for participating counties Contract awarded this spring Juvenile Information System Common database for law enforcement, probation, prosecutors, and schools Developed in Dallas County with federal grant, now re-used in many areas ERP and Juvenile Case Management System Currently being procured Latter will be used by Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant counties to start

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration: 

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration High speed fiber optic network provides the bandwidth to transmit massive amounts of data in seconds

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration: 

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration High speed fiber optic network provides the bandwidth to transmit massive amounts of data in seconds Connects 33 colleges and universities in Texas and connects to the National Lambda Rail Network

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration: 

LEARN…The Next Generation of Collaboration High speed fiber optic network provides the bandwidth to transmit massive amounts of data in seconds Connects 33 colleges and universities in Texas and connects to the National Lambda Rail Network Early wins include UT Arlington selected to participate in HEP International Collaboration A&M increased Internet transport bandwidth 6x Baylor connected to Internet2 Researchers at A&M, key collaborators in NSF, funded Optiputer project TACC participated in NSF-funded TeraGrid UT System data center consolidation now possible

UTMB Telemedicine: 

UTMB Telemedicine UTMB and Texas Tech provide low-cost medical care to the prison system in collaboration with TDCJ UTMB telemedicine used by counties for indigent care

North Central Texas Regional Collaboration: 

North Central Texas Regional Collaboration Three Metroplex cities, one problem Arlington, Carrolton, and Grand Prairie using Lawson ERP All three facing costly upgrade and expensive hosting costs Each trying to solve problems individually

North Central Texas Regional Collaboration: 

North Central Texas Regional Collaboration Three Metroplex cities, one problem Arlington, Carrolton, and Grand Prairie using Lawson ERP All three facing costly upgrade and expensive hosting costs Each trying to solve problems individually North Central Texas Council of Governments solution An unbiased party representing all three cities in negotiation Single hosted site Easier problem solving One city had solved a common Activity Accounting problem that the other two were struggling with More experienced professionals could be accessed to address issues Fourth city considering joining the consortium

A Regional Approach to Leveraging Resources: 

A Regional Approach to Leveraging Resources El Paso Area Collaboration City and county sharing a court management system and a CIO County sheriff and city police share a records management system School district, county, community college, city, and UTEP work together to enhance connectivity School district is sharing GIS expertise with the city, county, and water district City, county, and 911 center share a data center

TexasOnline.com: 

TexasOnline.com Official Web Site of The Great State of Texas Ranked #1 in the nation (2006) Self-funded partnership w/ BearingPoint Around 800 online services 94 new services added in FY 2005

TexasOnline.com: 

TexasOnline.com Official Web Site of The Great State of Texas Ranked #1 in the nation (2006) Self-funded partnership w/ BearingPoint Around 800 online services 94 new services added in FY 2005 Texas Emergency Portal Significant Spanish content Best revenue sharing model in the country…Texas will receive $36 million Texas owns portal and infrastructure

TexasOnline.com: 

TexasOnline.com Official Web Site of The Great State of Texas Ranked #1 in the nation (2006) Self-funded partnership w/ BearingPoint Around 800 online services 94 new services added in FY 2005 Texas Emergency Portal Significant Spanish content Best revenue sharing model in the country…Texas will receive $36 million Texas owns portal and infrastructure Visit TexasOnline.com, the official Web site of Texas, today!

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services: 

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services What you may not know about State Data Center Services

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services: 

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services What you may not know about State Data Center Services Currently in procurement Two teams lead by IBM and Northrop Grumman responded On track for completion by December 2006

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services: 

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services What you may not know about State Data Center Services Currently in procurement Two teams lead by IBM and Northrop Grumman responded On track for completion by December 2006 Thousands of hours have been spent by hundreds of individuals Participating in workgroups: More than 200 people were involved in eight workgroups Of the almost 450 scope issues, workgroups were able to resolve all but one Collecting data Assisting with the RFO development: Sixty people finalized the RFO in four days at a local hotel Evaluating responses: Fifty-five people from across all participating agencies are involved in the evaluation process, taking approximately 30 days for reading “homework” training and meetings Continuing efforts: Contract negotiations are supported by agency representatives

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services: 

“Texas Style” Enterprise Shared Services What you may not know about State Data Center Services Currently in procurement Two teams lead by IBM and Northrop Grumman responded On track for completion by December 2006 Thousands of hours have been spent by hundreds of individuals Participating in workgroups: More than 200 people were involved in eight workgroups Of the almost 450 scope issues, workgroups were able to resolve all but one Collecting data Assisting with the RFO development: Sixty people finalized the RFO in four days at a local hotel Evaluating responses: Fifty-five people from across all participating agencies are involved in the evaluation process, taking approximately 30 days for reading “homework” training and meetings Continuing efforts: Contract negotiations are supported by agency representatives Texas state government is working together

Lessons Learned…Around Texas: 

Lessons Learned…Around Texas Business results are enhanced with collaboration Statewide between higher education institutions Statewide between local governments Between higher education, state agencies, and local governments Regionally between cities Regionally across all government jurisdictions Find opportunities that exist beyond your own boundaries Bottom line: Again, it’s the effective application of technology to respond to a business goal that makes the difference

Lessons Learned…Around Texas: 

Lessons Learned…Around Texas Business results are enhanced with collaboration Statewide between higher education institutions Statewide between local governments Between higher education, state agencies, and local governments Regionally between cities Regionally across all government jurisdictions Find opportunities that exist beyond your own boundaries Bottom line: Again, it’s the effective application of technology to respond to a business goal that makes the difference More and more, Texas is providing national leadership

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