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Due DatePublish DateReport TitleRelated Statute
 April 25, 2017State Data Center Plan UpdateOCIO Authorizing legislation, RCW 43.105.375, requires that the OCIO, in consultation with OFM, continue to develop the business plan and migration schedule for moving all state agencies into the state data center (SDC). The SDC plan update is produced in response to this requirementt and reports progress since the July 2013 report. 
12/1/15December 2015

Strategic Architecture Plan for Time Capture, Payroll and Payment Processes, and Eligibility and Authorization

Per Section 151 of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6052, OCIO is required to develop a statewide strategic business and technology architecture plan for time capture, payroll and payment processes, and eligibility and authorization processes for the department of early learning. In collaboration with the department of early learning the plan will identify and recommend whether existing systems, or planned systems, can and should be used to meet the department of early learning's business needs. A child care attendance and billing solution must be designed or modified to align 8 with the statewide enterprise strategy once the strategic architecture is established. The plan shall be completed and 10 delivered to the appropriate committees of the legislature by December 1, 2015.
12/1/14(in process)OCIO Survey & Review of Agency Security Policies & Standards including specific compliancePer Chapter 221 section 7 of 2014 Session Laws, OCIO must survey and review agency security policies and standards including, but not limited to (a) compliance with employee information technology security training policies; (b) agency standards and policies for decommissioning personal computers; and (c) the security plans of the provider one system and other health information technology systems within the health care authority and the department of social and health services to ensure compliance with federal health information portability and accountability act rules and the council for affordable quality healthcare committee on operating rules for information exchange. The office must report to the legislature by December 1, 2014, with findings and recommendations from the survey and review.
1/1/15

(in process)

Washington Business One-Stop (WABOS) Progress Report

 

SB 5718, passed in the 2013 legislative session, required OCIO to provide a yearly progress report on the development of the one-stop integrated system to the economic development committees of the legislature by January 1 of each year, beginning with Jan 2014 and ending with a report documenting that the portal has reached the performance benchmark of initial implementation.
1/1/15due Jan 2015 and delivered to OFM. Published July 2015

2014 (FY2015) IT Cost Efficiencies Report

 

The 2013-15 operating budget directed that $5 million in savings be cut from the general fund budget to reflect savings generated in agencies through efficiencies in the procurement, maintenance, and operations of information technology. The Office of Financial Management implemented this savings by reducing allotments to General Fund agencies by $2,500,000 in FY 2014 and $2,500,000 in FY 2015.  Agencies were directed to report to OFM and the Office of the Chief Information Officer on the efficiencies implemented.  Section  715 of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5034 requires OFM to compile these reports and submit them to the Legislature by January 1 of each year.

In conjunction with biennial budget publicationJanuary 2015

Agency information technology budget detail (Governor's IT Budget Appendix for 2015-17 Proposed Budget )

The Office of Financial Management (OFM) is required by RCW 43.88.092 to submit with the biennial budget documentation “an information technology plan and a technology budget for the state identifying current baseline funding for information technology, proposed and ongoing major information technology projects, and their associated costs.” This document contains an overview of each state agency’s current information technology (IT) budget based on actual fiscal year 2014 expenditures and major IT projects proposed in the Governor’s 2015–17 biennial budget.
12/1/14November 2014Modernization of Legacy IT Systems ReportThe 2013 Washington State Legislature directed OCIO to prepare a report that inventoried the legacy IT systems of the Executive branch, and develop a prioritized plan for the modernization of these systems, as well as information about the cost of doing so. This mandate was in Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5891, Chapter 33, Section 7.
1/1/14February 20142013 (FY2014) IT Cost Efficiencies Report

The 2013-15 operating budget directed that $5 million in savings be cut from the general fund budget to reflect savings generated in agencies through efficiencies in the procurement, maintenance, and operations of information technology. The Office of Financial Management implemented this savings by reducing allotments to General Fund agencies by $2,500,000 in FY 2014 and $2,500,000 in FY 2015.  Agencies were directed to report to OFM and the Office of the Chief Information Officer on the efficiencies implemented.  Section  715 of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5034 requires OFM to compile these reports and submit them to the Legislature by January 1 of each year.

1/1/14December 2013Washington Business One-Stop Progress ReportSB 5718, passed in the 2013 legislative session, required OCIO to provide a yearly progress report on the development of the one-stop integrated system to the economic development committees of the legislature by January 1 of each year, beginning with Jan 2014 and ending with a report documenting that the portal has reached the performance benchmark of initial implementation.
11/30/13November 2013Washington Business One-Stop Progress ReportSB 5718, passed in the 2013 legislative session, required OCIO to provide a plan related to development and implementation of a one-stop business portal, inclusive of timeline, agency responsibilities and benchmark for initial implementation by Nov 30, 2013.
N/A (as needed)July 2013State Data Center Plan UpdateOCIO Authorizing legislation, RCW 43.105.375, requires that the OCIO, in consultation with OFM, continue to develop the business plan and migration schedule for moving all state agencies into the state data center (SDC). The SDC plan update is produced in response to this requirement.
 February 2013OCIO Biennial Report on Washington State Information TechnologyOCIO Authorizing legislation, RCW 43.105.220, requires that the OCIO produce a biennial state performance report on IT based on agency performance reports required under RCW 43.105.235. The report is to be distributed biennially to the governor and legislature and is statutorily required to include, but not be limited to, elements dictated in the legislation.
 November 2012MyAccount Report 
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