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Journey Detail: 1. Alignment

The Journey Chart • Goal Alignment
• Constraints
• Establish stakeholder teams • Services
• Volumes
• Quality • Market cost assessment
• Pricing structure analysis
• Contractual Terms • Strengths
• Gaps
• Value Drivers
•Options • Service Provider Capabilities
• Market offerings and demarcations • Contractual Options
• Procurement Process • Organizational Model
• Governance Model
• Staffing impact • Agency and Enterprise Scenario Modeling
• Investment re-use • Strategic options
• Benefits and risks

1. Alignment

Upon arrival, Integris Applied will meet with VITA leadership to identify key stakeholders, schedule and establish regular project team meetings, refine and finalize the assessment plan, and build communications. Throughout the assessment, Integris Applied will conduct summary reviews with stakeholder teams. The purpose of these reviews is two-fold: (1) provide additional perspective or qualitative insight on what might be a quantitative finding from another source; and (2) include stakeholders in the whole journey, starting with the assessment, to set a tone of inclusion and participation.

Project Kickoff - February 2015

ITS Project Management Plan - February 2015

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