Our goals for Fiscal Year 2024-25 include assisting agencies using technology business management (TBM) to mature their IT portfolio management programs so they can report on application and business capabilities using support data driven analysis and begin migration to a new core financial system known as Workday.
TBM gives a financial view into the state's IT Portfolio Management program, providing information that's used for analysis of the state's information technology infrastructure, including its value, condition, and capacity. See RCW 43.105.220.
A foundation of the state's TBM program is to review and assess IT investments captured in the state's core financial system. Agencies are in the process of moving from the existing core financial system (AFRS) to the new Workday core financial system, as part of the state's One Washington's program.
The One Washington program is a multiyear effort to migrate the state's core finance, procurement, budget, human resources and payroll into a unified system. The state's enterprise portfolio management effort includes using "kick start" maturity sprints for agencies advancing past the Cost Pool and IT Resource Tower stage to application and business service. This will allow for greater financial insight into the application total cost of ownership, major IT project budget versus actuals, cloud technology and business capabilities.
To ensure we get the message to key stakeholders and the general public, the OCIO makes all agency IT spend information publicly accessible and provides presentations at executive level meetings, to legislative members, agency leaders and the Technology Services Board.