|Project No.:||Project Name:||Status:||Public Description:||Total Forecast Cost:||Planned Finish Period:||Current Schedule Health:||Current Cost Health:|
|39132||ODAFF - Online Services||Execution||Procurement and implementation of a web-based vendor solution for an Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (ODAFF) online services system. This system will be a proven, vendor-hosted, web-based technical solution that provides complete online services for a wide range of licenses, permits, certifications, tonnage fees, inspections, vehicle maintenance logs, employee daily activity logs, notices of intent/termination, complaints, and registration management functions to support ODAFF’s various lines of business. The resultant web-based solution will be required to serve and manage approximately 95,830 licensees, permits, and inspections of various types.||$595,693.00||June 2019||Red||Green|
|39557||CareerTech Big Data System (CTIMS)||Execution||This is a project is to transition support and maintenance of the current CareerTech Big Data System to the Office of Management and Enterprise Services Application Development team.||$4,378,371.00||June 2019||Red||Red|
|41328||Statewide Office 365 Deployment||Execution||The project is deployment of Email, User files, Outlook Client, and Department Drives to a cloud based Microsoft solution. The scope of this project includes OMES and all state agencies that are already consolidated or listed on consolidate for FY 2015 and FY 2016. First preference will be given to OMES. The list will be generated for agencies consolidated and then review non-consolidated agencies.||$10,854,533.00||December 2019||Red||Green|
|42284||ODOT Content Management System||Execution||Purchase of a content management system to catalog documents for construction projects.||$3,872,200.00||June 2019||Green||Red|
|43295||DPS - DPS Modernization/RealID||Execution||Department of Public Safety - Project will be to to perform modernization on 4 Core areas: Driver License Services; Legal; Records Management and Driver's Compliance per HB1845. This will migrate the areas to a Server Based Customer Based System with dashboards in lieu of a Mainframe.||$10,527,793.00||July 2020||Green||Green|
|49544||OKPSBN - (Labor) Oklahoma Public Safety Broadband Network Initiative and FirstNet Roll-out||Develop Detail Level Business Case||OKPSBN - Oklahoma Public Safety Boradband Network Initiative (Labor)||$794,820.00||March 2020||Red||Green|
|57075||DISCUSS A&D Portal||Execution||Information and pre-screening eligibility for Medicaid waivers for aging and disabled.||$492,645.00||January 2019||Yellow||Green|
|63497||OSDH Medical Claims Billing Automation - ORBS||Execution||Software development to create a billing reconciliation process for Medicaid and Medicare and private insurance so county health departments can be reimbursed for services rendered.||$206,556.00||June 2019||Red||Red|
|65711||CJIS Datacenter Network and Hardware Infrastructure - All Agencies||Execution||CJIS Datacenter Network and Hardware Unification for all PSD Agencies moving to the CFE.||$1,234,064.00||April 2019||Red||Green|
|66603||Microsoft 2003 Server Enterprise Modernization||Execution||An engagement with Microsoft to lead the State of Oklahoma through modernization activities such as Discovery and Rationalization and Workload Migration Workstream for 150 servers.||$1,061,827.00||January 2019||Red||Red|
|66707||Licensing Application Planning||Execution||Approved by steering to collect more information to create a business case and high level requirements.The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) is seeking a web-based solution, preferably on a cloud based platform, that allows state agencies to manage application intake, review, inspection, investigation, permits status, and compliance activities related to issuing various types of licenses affiliated with each state agency’s mission.||$328,144.00||September 2019||Red||Green|
|66974||DHS WMIS Replacement||Execution||Replace existing Waiver Management Information System (WMIS) with the new WMIS Web-Based Application System that will track providers, members, service & care plans, and provide a repository of data for Aging Services Division.||$1,771,190.00||April 2019||Red||Green|
|68220||SDE-Child Nutrition NSLP Rewrite||Execution||The State Department of Education (SDE) has been working with Northrop Grumman since 2013 to integrate their Child Nutrition business processes and systems with a program wide approach, using current technologies. The goal is to identify Child Nutrition processes that can be reengineered from the current stand-alone "silo" process into an integrated Child Nutrition Program.||$1,346,307.00||February 2019||Red||Red|
|72553||New Accountability System||Execution||"In June 2016, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed House Bill 3218, which relates to the adoption of a statewide system of student assessments and clarifies language around the school accountability system. Through this House Bill the OSDE developed a Task Force to work with varying partners to help determine what the key components of the accountability system should be. Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) also has key federal requirements that the accountability system must meet including the following:|
1. Annual assessments (which may include a measure of student growth);
2. Graduation rates for high schools;
3. Another statewide “academic” indicator for elementary and middle schools
4. English language proficiency for English learners; and
5. At least one additional statewide indicator of school quality or student success (e.g. school climate/safety, student engagement, educator engagement, postsecondary readiness). "
|74922||Capital Renovation Cabling and Network Updates||Execution||In alignment with the Capitol Renovation Project all existing cabling at the 4 entrances must be re-routed and rebuilt with least amount of disruption to normal business operations.|
The project will consist of 4 major phases with possible change orders/work orders in between.
1. SW Corner Entrance
2. NW Steam Tunnels
3. NE Corner with 5 conduits
4. E Pedestrian Entrance
|76044||265-Little Dixie Grant||Execution||Develop connection between Early Childhood agencies to develop data warehouse and dashboards.||$100,227.00||October 2020||Green||Green|
|77089||OSDH - Health-e-Oklahoma - Meaningful Use||Execution||The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is implementing the state agency interoperability solution, Health-e-Oklahoma, to support healthcare providers submitting public health data by reducing reporting burdens and providing decision support related to immunizations. The public health data include immunizations, reportable laboratory results, and cancer case messages.||$1,283,755.00||September 2019||Red||Red|
|77245||OWRB - Water Use Information System Redesign||Execution||Information services will work with Water Permitting and Accounting section employees to achieve the following goals:|
- build a new internet accessible, online web application available to water permit holders that includes data validation checks, limited historical water use reporting for each permit, and water use fee payment.
- redesign the annual water use survey and administrative fee invoice mailing in order to allow water permitting employees to prepare and execute the mailing.
- build new financial invoice accounting database sections to track invoicing, payments, and refunds required by the state water use reporting program.
- incorporate tools and processes for providing Oklahoma water use data to the USGS
- map new data fields to geographic information system data stores.
- redesign the water use section of the OWRB water permitting database to incorporate new data, data validation checks, and water use fee payment tracking and processing.
- redesign the water use section of the OWRB water permit application and include new data validation checks.
|85159||DEQ - ERS Replacement / Shared CROMERR Services Deployment||Execution||replacing DEQs signatory process with an EPA standard signatory solution.||$105,660.00||February 2019||Red||Green|
|91646||OMES Deploy Windows 10 and Office 2016 to all supported Desk Top Machines||Execution||To upgrade current Windows 7 with the latest standard Windows 10 operating system, and to deploy Office 2016 to all supported computers.||$222,420.00||June 2019||Red||Red|
|97233||DHS Windows 10 Image||Execution||The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will need to prepare for it's upcoming computer leasing transition occurring in 2018. This project will create a Windows 10 Image with Office 2016 to be rolled out with the new-leased machines in July 2018, the current DHS image is Windows 7 based and will not be an option for the new technology.||$101,325.00||June 2019||Green||Green|
|103103||Upgrade Health and DPS Net Motion||Develop Detail Level Business Case||The Office of Management and Enterprise Services to supply a secure, cost effective VPN in solution at an enterprise level.||$283,372.00||June 2019||Red||Green|
|125027||OCC Fee Standardization - O&G Well Filers||Execution||The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is expanding payments for the Oil and Gas Well Filers to begin accepting Visa, in addition to Discover and MasterCard at a low 3% transaction fee rate.||$106,075.00||March 2019||Red||Green|
|128355||OSDH - Implement Medical Marijuana Program||Execution||State Question 788 requires a system that would be capable of handling various licensing and verification of Medical Marijuana. This projects scope would be to identify qualifying systems and to implement the identified systems for licensing Medical Marijuana all the different legislative required license categories. There is also a verification of licenses that would need a system to verify that a license is valid. Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) will be responsible for this work.||$216,989.00||June 2019||Red||Green|
|154732||OCC IMS Expansion Phase1 Implementation||Develop High Level Business Case||The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is in need of the existing OCC IMS ( Oklahoma Corporation Commission Information Management System) to be further expanded and implemented across all business segments.||$152,125.00||September 2020||Green||Red|
|154733||IMS Phase II Planning||Develop High Level Business Case||Expansion of IMS planning phase II for collection of business requirements for each functional segment for AJLS to include court clerk, dockets, lawyers, AJLS legal assistants, and court reporters||$309,000.00||October 2019||Green||Red|