Critical Agreement in principle to Project Proposal in Draft 2 Initiation of

Critical agreement in principle to project proposal

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Critical Agreement in principle to Project Proposal in Draft 2 Initiation of the Project Management Group Critical PMG commences meeting 3 Change Management /Communication Strategy Critical To be determined. 4 Workshops for CSOs and DHS on program needs Essential To be determined. 5 Business practice mapping and business requirements for the CRISSP for Family Services and Child FIRST functionality Critical CRISSP Project Team & Family Services Team to sign off of BRD for each version of the CRISSP Family Services case type 6 Functional and Technical Design and System Build Critical Children Youth & Families Director to sign off the Functional & Technical Document to ensure the product meets the business requirements that have been paid for. 7 Data Migration from IRIS to CRISSP Critical Data to be successfully migrated from IRIS to CRISSP 8 Business readiness for implementation of CRISSP into Family Services and Child FIRST CSOs - through the establishment of a follow on Implementation Planning Project . Operational Final component of project This project will not include the planning for or implementation of CRISSP into CSOs funded for Family Services
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Project Brief - <Project Name> Background Page 10 of 31 Department of Human Services Confidential and Copyright Version: 2.2 C:\DOCUME~1\xgoh0705\LOCALS~1\Temp\notes1A552D\FS CRISSP Project Brief Final.doc Save Date: 25 Aug 2010 It is proposed that the Transition from Family Services IRIS to CRISSP Project will have seven key components incorporated into these are the critical success factors of the project. Component One: To understand the business practice and processes of Family Services and Child FIRST from the perspective of the: o Service Users; o Integrated Family Services Workers; o Community Service Organisation; and o Children Youth and Families – Family Services Team. Key Success Factor 1: Approval by Children Youth & Families to commence the Transition from IRIS to CRISSP for Family Services and Child First Project to ensure Component Two : To ensure all relevant stakeholders are engaged and consulted through the project life including: o clear governance and decision making structures; o communication is effective and widely disseminated; and o the use of existing forums where possible. o Establishment & implementation of appropriate advisory groups to provide informed and relevant information to assist in the design and build of the Family Services Case type. Key Success Factor 2: Establishment of the Project Management Group to oversee the governance of the project. Key Success Factor 4: Workshops for CSOs and DHS on program needs these included, Design workshops and sandbox sessions to be held with appropriate sector representation Component Three : To identify key change management and stakeholder engagement requirements to support to the transition from IRIS to CRISSP from a functional and system perspective; Key Success Factor 3: Development of a Change Management and a Communication Strategy Component Four : To undertake a process of developing the CRISSP Family Services case type (CRISSP IFS01 Version 1) which recognises:
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