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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

HR LoB - HR Connect

  • Investment Description

    HR Connect is Treasury's enterprise human resources system. It is one of six federal OPM HR Lines of Business providing HR services to the federal government. HR Connect is based on a combination of (a) web-based solution built on PeopleSoft commercHR Connect is Treasury's enterprise human resources system. It is one of six federal OPM HR Lines of Business providing HR services to the federal government. HR Connect is based on a combination of (a) web-based solution built on PeopleSoft commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software, (b) Software as a Service (Saas) platforms (e.g. Talent Management and Career Connector) and (c) internally developed applications (e.g. Entrance on Duty System). HR Connect transforms core back-office HR functions, moving them from a processing-centric capability to a strategic-centric capability enabled through its commercial software underpinning. Additionally, self-service components of the software fundamentally transform the standard government HR service delivery model, putting additional information, services and processes (i.e., personal data, position management, requests for personnel action, recruitment, reporting, etc.) directly in the hands of managers and employees. HR Connect supports the common HR Line of Business processes and provides core HR functionality that is interoperable, portable and scalable. This shared solution provides automated systems that are configurable to the individual organizations' needs while providing a single solution across the Department and federal landscape. HR Connect's core functions include: Personnel Action Processing, Managing Payroll, Administering Benefits, Time and Attendance and Labor Distribution. By enabling the retirement of legacy systems and automating and streamlining many aspects of human resources, HR Connect facilitates increased efficiency and overall productivity for its customers. HR Connect is the system used by all Treasury bureaus and several other government agencies (over 22 entities) with over 200,000 employees and contractors in total. More..

  • FY2015 (CY) Spending

    $49.03 M

    Time frame of Investment

    2001 - 2020

  • Status

    No change in status

CIO Information

Sonny Bhagowalia

Agency Head

Jacob J. Lew

Agency

Treasury

Bureau

Departmental Offices

Evaluation by Agency CIO

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Current Evaluation

4

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Evaluation Explanation

The HR LoB - HR Connect investment FY 2015 investment project plans include total costs of $0.917 and 799 total planned implementation days. The invesThe HR LoB - HR Connect investment FY 2015 investment project plans include total costs of $0.917 and 799 total planned implementation days. The investment's cost variance changed by $0 or 0 percent . The investment's schedule variance changed by 0 days or 0 percent . During the last three months, the average of the investment's operational metric variance (OMV) changed by 7.43 percent (improvement). ** Component leadership reported the following accomplishments for this investment since the previous report ** The team continued testing and planning sessions to discuss the Asset Integration Management (AiM) project. The goal is provide a full person file from HRC to AiM for the July 17, 2015 release. The AiM project will allow people data from HRC to populate the Real Estate and Facilities Management system.On June 17, 2015, the CareerConnector Program Office will held their inaugural Customer Advisory Panel (CAP) meeting. The objective was to gather agency-level input to identify system requirements as well as prioritize enhancement requests submitted collectively to the vendor. On June 8, 2015, the DO (Departmental Offices) conducted UAT (User Acceptance Testing) for the new inCompass business process being implemented in FY16.The Enterprise Data Management team received formal DOL approval for three of the Functional Design Documents (FDDs) for Security by POI, Disaster Recovery Plan, and DOL's customized Pay and Deduct Report. ** The following baseline changes were approved since the previous report ** Requests were approved to add CPIC reporting for two projects. The DOL Phase II project involves several process improvements for the HR Connect and Workforce Analytics systems. The Department of Commerce International Trade Administration (ITA) project is based off of a request to provide ITA the ability to establish the date range for the Personnel Audit Reports, rather than Customer Support controlling via the Bureau Access Detail Page. ITA has a need to provide two views of Personnel Action Request, which is controlled via the date field on the bureau access detail page. More..

Project Summary

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  • Number of Projects

    5

  • Cost Variance

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  • Schedule Variance

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Project Name Project Life Cycle Costs Cost Variance Schedule Variance Project Status
DOL Deployment to HR Connect$13.08 MGreenGreenCompleted
Department of Labor (DOL) Phase II$700 KGreenGreenIn-Progress
NIST Deployment to HR Connect$1.97 MGreenGreenCompleted
Career Connector Staffing Solution Deployment for Architect of the Capitol$399.09 KGreenGreenCompleted
International Trade Administration (ITA) Change Requests$227.04 KGreenGreenCompleted

Operational Performance

Metric Description Frequency Unit of Measure FY2015 Target Most Recent Actual Metric Status Updated Date of Most
Recent Actual *
System availability not including scheduled mainteSystem availability not including scheduled maintenance More..Quarterly%%9999.78Met2015-03-18
Helpdesk availability by phone or email during busHelpdesk availability by phone or email during business operating hours More..Quarterly%%9999Met2015-03-12
Percent of critical and high severity tickets resoPercent of critical and high severity tickets resolved at the tier 2 level within 14 calendar days of being opened. More..Quarterly%%85100Met2015-03-18
Automated identification, collection, and validatiAutomated identification, collection, and validation of HRC hardware inventory including virtual machines. More..Monthly%%9090Met2015-05-20
Percentage of inbound and outbound interface filesPercentage of inbound and outbound interface files delivered and/or made available to other SSCs in accordance with the established schedule. More..Quarterly%%9099.2Met2015-03-11

* Value is self-reported by the agency.

Related URLs

Category URL
General InformationGeneral Informationhttp://www.treasury.gov/services/gov-shared-servic ...
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Other Investment Metrics

Category Value
Does the investment have any activities with a planned duration greater than a year?:No
Planned duration of the longest activity (days):292
Average planned duration of in-progress and future activities (days):192
Planned cost of one activity is greater than 25% of total planned cost of all activities?:Yes
Number of contracts applying modular development principles:0

All activity calculations assess only activities with no related child activities.