Work Plan 2011-2012 The Federal CIO Council’s Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC) Work Plan is outlined below by Subcommittee. The purpose of this Work Plan is to outline the activities of the AIC as they relate to the 25 Point IT Reform Implementation Plan. The AIC will lead efforts to enable and support government agencies and their business partners to effectively architect, invest, and implement solutions to improve the performance of government. The results of this work will be documented and demonstrated by improved performance in terms of both mission outcomes and operational efficiency. Architecture and Infrastructure Committee AIC 04b05454-da26-4a97-b176-87eba4868680 The Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC), of the Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council, develops policy, direction, and guidance in concert with the Federal Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office (FEA PMO) to drive business process improvement, investment management, and technical decisions. The partnership of the AIC and the FEA PMO is designed to further the development and implementation of the FEA. Michael Carleton Co-Chair Performer Linda Y. Cureton Co-Chair Performer Chief Information Officers Council (CIOC) Performer Beneficiary Data Architecture Subcommittee (DAS) Performer Emerging Technologies Subcommittee (ETS) Performer Governance Subcommittee (GS) Performer Services Subcommittee (SS) Performer Technology Infrastructure Subcommittee (TIA) Performer b62ce6b7-47a8-4ede-b01d-e8d65d0b8413 The purpose of the AIC is to support the CIO Council's mission for a Federal government that is transparent and responsive in servicing citizens and business needs and agile in meeting critical mission requirements. f1e9ebf5-a165-47e3-8076-873aa20a3cd4 Data Advance the management of Federal data as a valued national asset that supports the business of the Federal Government. 29d7cc30-2742-4ef7-81fa-023cfc00cc1e This will be accomplished by stewardship of the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) Data Reference Model (DRM), FEA DRM Management Strategy, and other emerging FEA DRM documents, promotion of the use and improvement of data and data standards across the Federal Government and; the facilitation of community collaboration and information sharing within and among communities of interests, both federal and intergovernmental. Data Architecture Subcommittee Performer Suzanne Acar Co-Chair, Data Architecture Subcommittee Performer Adrian Gardner Co-Chair, Data Architecture Subcommittee Performer Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Template A re-usable and adaptable tool to define scope and group the work based on the planned outcomes of a project dda0bf3f-e8bf-4b38-be81-48dfcc1c4f80 DAS Deliverable 1 Deliverable 1: Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Template -- * Short Description: A re-usable and adaptable tool to define scope and group the work based on the planned outcomes of a project * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports all items in that this template might be used to help align the work with other committees engaged in IT priority activities Data.gov WBS and supporting documents 7b49482f-f59a-4672-8c9e-3de7504587a1 228c3644-f20a-48b5-8317-700468a43144 Obtain and review Data.gov WBS and supporting documents 2011-02-12 Generic WBS e6d3e730-c280-4e3e-8330-0bdfc42fcaa4 abeb24ff-0d7f-4d4a-96a9-62604caaf3ff Develop and vet generic WBS 2011-03-30 Generic WBS ef870901-8913-468c-af4a-dc14bfd0b6a7 d5279c07-770a-4b0c-b759-8d67ce4cc88f Submit final generic WBS 2011-03-30 DRM Supplemental Guidance: DRM Implementation Guide A guide containing a collection of successful approaches in government for sharing government data/information. b39acdd5-2923-4d98-9e2d-117479165c0c DAS Deliverable 2 Deliverable 2: DRM Supplemental Guidance: DRM Implementation Guide -- * Short Description: A guide containing a collection of successful approaches in government for sharing government data/information in a way that answers the 3 basic DRM framework questions: How do I find and access the data? Do I understand what the data means? How do I share the data? Successes such as NIEM, Data.gov, and UCORE for sharing government data/information will be described to include the specific problem each approach solved, how each solution works, and where to obtain more information. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Shared services (The DRM is a service oriented based framework) Outline a382d3fe-9725-4b05-b1f4-511c37db6089 a570ed1c-2fe7-4d61-908e-955a34ed1a4a Develop outline * On time deliverable pending availability of volunteers 2011-03-16 Data sharing approaches 3934a783-2087-4986-9877-ad09c6a5705e 50803fd6-c1c1-4516-8925-27a414750d31 Obtain and describe successful cross-boundary data sharing approaches * On time deliverable pending availability of volunteers 2011-04-30 Guide 6d52430c-2df6-4585-ab0d-488d3ac6eaba 1aea43de-bdc8-4e31-acbd-c952caf03910 Finish guide and vet draft * On time deliverable pending availability of volunteers 2011-06-30 Guide ad5d2f84-2000-466c-95e8-011554f0b777 7a1e17bb-632f-4d45-a5cd-5c8ca0508855 Deliver final version and publish * On time deliverable pending availability of volunteers 2011-08-16 Open Vocabularies [Draft] a white paper explaining the value for agencies on the sharing and re-use of open government vocabularies to include examples of successes. 15bd9443-6d6b-49e1-945d-f1db1e50b611 DAS Deliverable 3 Deliverable 3: What Open Government Vocabularies Means to Agencies and How to Use Them -- * Short Description: A white paper explaining the value for agencies on the sharing and re-use of open government vocabularies to include examples of successes. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports all items: Shared services Initial Draft 7d21eee3-ff92-4c98-9379-2704232e2306 Phase 1 Obtain and review initial draft by 31 March 2011 2b01419e-1cb9-4681-9ab6-9d0ac349778b Obtain and review initial draft 2011-03-31 Vetting f4f5fce9-50fc-4269-b788-5435f11f8887 Phase 2 Develop and vet proposal by 31 May 2011 48876408-ee7b-482f-8896-a51afb13b1db Develop and vet proposal 2011-05-31 Final Draft c1fea4fb-36e2-440b-96cb-715316e23f30 Phase 3 Submit final by 30 June 2011 be16a518-8e91-45f0-82c9-ccfa5a27cb66 Submit final 2011-06-30 Metadata Elements and Procedures [Compile] a set of metadata elements and basic procedures for describing and managing the descriptions of open government vocabularies in a catalog and referencing the vocabularies at agency web sites d7c17a23-d14a-4b57-b441-39cb45186c03 DAS Deliverable 4 Deliverable 4: Standard Metadata for Cataloging Government Vocabularies -- * Short Description: A set of metadata elements and basic procedures for describing and managing the descriptions of open government vocabularies in a catalog and referencing the vocabularies at agency web sites * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports cloud first and shared services Initial Draft ed637873-2bb6-42af-a5fe-75c3c348a758 Phase 1 Obtain and review initial draft by 30 April 2011 5c52b8c6-e005-4ebd-87ea-964227595f2e Obtain and review initial draft 2011-04-30 Vetting 8e29d882-7624-4459-9059-2a2c25862a41 Phase 2 Develop and vet proposal by 31 July 2011 b0655dbf-a06b-469c-946b-5505f083b17f Develop and vet proposal 2011-07-31 Final Draft 08eece10-4dbd-4b22-aa8d-3aef55949333 Phase 3 Submit final by 31 August 2011 cf236afe-cfc7-4a8f-81d6-a3d006f73915 Submit final 2011-08-31 Standard Metadata [Provide] a set of metadata elements for describing and referencing the items in an open government vocabulary b5e855db-9824-49bd-9655-069ed42f407e DAS Deliverable 5 Deliverable 5: Standard Metadata for Describing Government Vocabularies -- * Short Description: A set of metadata elements for describing and referencing the items in an open government vocabulary * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports cloud first and shared services Initial Draft d5664b92-a4dc-4b91-b255-a45812e06230 Phase 1 Obtain and review initial draft by 31 August 2011 64109d61-4627-4c4e-a23f-f30c803784ff Obtain and review initial draft 2011-08-31 Vetting 444cbe26-ff31-4c6d-8b81-4a86c467366b Phase 2 Develop and vet proposal by 30 November 2011 074b3a55-fcdb-4826-96bc-a4801090f726 Develop and vet proposal 2011-11-30 Final Draft 89cfb0f3-1a39-4315-8193-c882c7da55e3 Phase 3 Submit final by 31 December 2011 85599ea1-89a9-4d17-af72-cabb39b56742 Submit final 2011-12-31 Technology To develop processes and procedures that support the discovery and assessment of maturing technology offerings responsive to E-government goals. 99c06bca-5c8c-4d66-b0e3-9d8c23032053 The purpose of the Emerging Technology Subcommittee is to develop processes and procedures that support the discovery and assessment of maturing technology offerings responsive to E-government goals. The goals are to: (1) create greater synergy between technology push cycles and market pull cycles in order to support a performance-based framework for innovation prototyping and adoption; and (2) provide a scalable, robust process to respond to the rapidly increasing number of proponent offerings, while accelerating the discovery, creation, validation, and maturation of FEA aligned technologies most likely to yield strategic contributions. The Subcommittee will employ mechanisms for interacting with industry that create value and mitigate risks for all parties. Emerging Technology Subcommittee Performer Walt Okon Co-Chair, Emerging Technology Subcommittee Performer Vacant Co-Chair, Emerging Technology Subcommittee Performer Cloud Plan of Action Draft a plan of action to support the Cloud First Policy. 683f4252-473d-45d9-98d1-10ad1bf49530 ETS Deliverable 1 Emerging Technologies Subcommittee Plan of Action to Support Cloud First Policy -- The Emerging Technologies Subcommittee will draft a plan of action report on how they can support Vivek Kundra’s U.S. Chief Information Officer; 25 Point IT Reform Implementation Plan to reform federal IT; Cloud First Policy * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: 3 Discussion e15a0ad6-b708-45a0-a9f8-21c20592d5cd Phase 1 – Discussion on how the ET S/C can support Cloud First – 09 February 2011 e25d7c12-be07-4393-b617-bb717b3d76b7 Discussion on how the ET S/C can support Cloud First 2011-02-09 Report 74f09ebe-3a37-4f9a-90a0-08f15fb1df8d Phase 2 – Report out to the AIC – 17 February 2011 f0a735c7-11b6-445f-a2d5-e91d06d0e653 Report out to the AIC 2011-02-17 Meeting a1a63d0c-25dd-4f5c-9069-27963dd74d16 Phase 3 - Conduct a meeting (Government Only) of all the Federal Emerging Technology Department leads see how they implement new technology – April 2011 61c27f4f-164c-4003-8ab3-f78b935444ef Conduct a meeting (Government Only) of all the Federal Emerging Technology Department leads see how they implement new technology 2011-04-30 ET Criteria Determine criteria for Emerging Technologies that the government is interested in reviewing. 1375ff9b-6f86-457a-8771-39d5bd5f5416 ETS Deliverable 2 Emerging Technologies Analysis Criteria -- * Analysis criteria that determines criteria for Emerging Technologies that the government is interested in reviewing * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: 16 Initiation fc446884-49cb-415c-a04a-2bd71eb3f2f5 Initiate action – 3 February 2011 b3997c95-40b3-405f-8d87-3c2caa0ad223 Initiate action 2011-02-03 Roundtable 09de04d8-a1aa-41e5-978b-14f5a1e77c57 Hold an Emerging Technologies Roundtable – March 2011 eb2422ba-5266-4af4-a3d5-5efa122972a9 Conduct roundtable discussion 2011-03-31 Criteria 224abb97-a515-4091-9d7b-55d38adabe13 Phase 3 – Create criteria – 15 April 2011 6ac840d2-c5da-49e8-b316-54ca37b693a9 Create criteria 2011-04-15 ET.gov Web Site Overhaul the ET.gov Web Site 33abedfb-7d84-4c38-a448-5cf14d1d9a49 ETS Deliverable 3 Deliverable 3: ET.gov redesign -- * ET.gov Web Site will be undergoing a massive overhaul to make it easier for companies to submit their emerging technologies and to get more people interested in the process * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan Supports item x: 16 Graphics and Layout 14290673-4dd3-4c9b-b73f-88b57676fdad Phase 1 – Create the graphics and logical layout for ET.gov – 3 February 2011 16b239fd-dffe-4e12-9e33-9569f7fe50c2 Create the graphics and logical layout for ET.gov 2011-02-03 Implementation e7e259ef-6d3d-4bd9-b073-94e58d632b65 Phase 2 – Implement changes – 28 February 2011 8c91f49c-0983-4837-8e4f-22732c7ca43c Implement changes – 28 February 2011 2011-02-28 EA Policy Guidance, and Advice and Assistance Provide policy guidance, and advice and assistance in the definition, design and implementation of Enterprise Architecture (EA) discipline and practice throughout the Federal Government. 036280d9-2b9b-4fd4-8db6-7233459376c7 Governance Subcommittee The Governance Subcommittee provides policy guidance, and advice and assistance in the definition, design and implementation of Enterprise Architecture (EA) discipline and practice throughout the Federal Government. The Subcommittee serves as a focal point for the development and coordination of Federal government-wide policy, guidance, including best practices for EA development and implementation. The Subcommittee establishes common terminology definitions, frameworks, and practical guidance for use by Federal agencies to effectively implement and sustain EA. Performer Darren Ash Co-Chair, Governance Subcommittee Performer John Sullivan Co-Chair, Governance Subcommittee Performer IPT Governance Guidance Model a common governance structure, processes, and reporting tools that an IPT could apply to enhance program performance. 0714afc7-c1f5-46f4-b482-f341e27a5e3f GS Task 1 Task 1: Model the Use of Integrated Program Teams (IPT) -- * Work with agency representatives to model a common governance structure, processes, and reporting tools that an IPT could apply to enhance program performance * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports item 9.2: Require Integrated Program Teams 3211bd5e-2a35-4c5b-8b14-6f05f4f9f866 Phase 1: 2011 May 15 e2f3340e-ffa1-4831-94b3-ce91851b0e57 2011-05-15 fc539238-bb39-4a23-b390-f96a70e20bcb Phase 2: 2011 October 15 b806a7b3-aeed-4c6b-afea-ebca3100ed87 2011-10-15 Shared Services Define concepts and strategies for implementing cross-agency services that are shared by several agency partners. d2fd1f02-bf65-4446-970d-221867e9a4bd GS Task 2 Governance for Collaboration and Shared Services: * Define concepts and strategies for implementing cross-agency services that are shared by several agency partners. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan Supports item 6: Develop a strategy for shared services. 60a8f4b9-9426-4632-a40d-57d69e8ce6c5 Phase 1: f9f5212d-91e7-444b-8e45-6871341b0057 96b879e7-8d7e-45dd-a37b-fa86db842705 Phase 2 : a6f630e9-b4bc-43b1-90d1-fdc193d708b4 2011-10-15 Cross-Agency Service b2575ee4-c6a6-464d-8539-e0d7e7dc95c0 Phase 3: e422eb56-03fa-4294-b2bb-20f9b5ce2077 Deliverable: Cross-Agency Service – a) How to Host Guidance, b) How to Consume Guidance Shared Solutions and Services To understand the dynamics associated with designing and deploying Shared Solutions and Services and, in particular, composite applications using Service Oriented Architecture technologies and standards. 424dd101-097d-423b-b7da-f159273027db Services Subcommittee The Services Subcommittee will analyze the principles and patterns of Shared Services and Service Oriented Architecture, and develop communications collateral and architectural assets to advance the goal of resource rationalization across the Federal IT Portfolio by using shared services. The purpose of the Subcommittee is to understand the dynamics associated with designing and deploying Shared Solutions and Services and, in particular, composite applications using Service Oriented Architecture technologies and standards. In addition the Services Subcommittee will recommend solutions to the deployment, governance, performance, and program challenges involved with Shared Services, and will promote the sharing of reusable components through CORE.Gov. Performer Daniel Risacher Co-Chair, Services Subcommittee Performer George Thomas Co-Chair, Services Subcommittee Performer Web API's Discuss the nature of and variations between open, standards based, and standard Web API's, including design styles, licenses, and common codebase implementations and management approaches. b27493a2-5085-43f9-83e3-3381e08429fd SS Deliverable 1 Deliverable 1: Web API's -- * Discuss the nature of and variations between open, standards based, and standard Web API's, including design styles, licenses, and common codebase implementations and management approaches. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan * Supports item A:6 'Develop a strategy for shared services'. Outline e71117df-c042-446c-b6b5-34001bafc754 Phase 1, Outline March 2011 6561496b-8b0f-44d3-9e2e-866942407f53 Outline 2011-03-31 023694b6-6bca-4ef8-afa6-a6f619ca5b1f Phase 2, Examples, April 2011 1b1e0271-44ef-43cd-9528-f15d99e6ca7d Examples 2011-04-30 Completion dca6425e-9208-475e-af04-96e67b9f61dd Phase 3, Completion, June 2011 ee42c542-dc84-40fb-84d8-254a19595383 Completion 2011-06-30 Sustainable Service Providers Discuss the means to classify 'horizontal and vertical' cross-cutting and domain specific services and dependencies, and their relationship to organizational design and corresponding (O&M and DM&E) procurement practices in the context of the 'Common Approach' on behalf of the Federal Chief Architect. 0313a540-f0df-43e4-97ee-d6ee0dada0bc SS Deliverable 2 Deliverable 2: Sustainable Service Providers -- * Discuss the means to classify 'horizontal and vertical' cross-cutting and domain specific services and dependencies, and their relationship to organizational design and corresponding (O&M and DM&E) procurement practices in the context of the 'Common Approach' on behalf of the Federal Chief Architect. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports item A:6 'Develop a strategy for shared services'. TBD 65dd4e4f-f305-45d9-94ab-07c04a569537 Phase 1 TBD pending participation 5c383670-51f4-4200-a6b3-818d2b7e3699 TBD TBD 1b559314-f609-4d23-87c6-9d2595c1b8bd Phase 2 TBD pending participation 6af6a1da-8d2e-4984-8321-53267cd1f43c TBD TBD 8cd91697-67be-4d26-b668-f35a9993ae49 Phase 3 June 2011 e06d6d67-3ded-4ec3-a363-4b75ef995ea5 TBD 2011-06-30 Modular Development Provide insights into how requirements for modular development might appear in Federal fixed price request for proposals. 50235560-3063-4845-8b17-992860603bfd SS Deliverable 3 Deliverable 3: Standard Clauses for Modular Development -- * Provide insights into how requirements for modular development might appear in Federal fixed price request for proposals. Place the standard clauses in familiar context so that experienced Federal contracting officers and project managers can more easily understand how to make the most effective use of the standard clauses. * Reference to IT Reform Implementation Plan: Supports item C2:13, 15, 16, * 13 & 15: Advise COs & OFPP on prudent adoption of modular/agile development through standard clauses. 15 and 16: Enable iterative and incremental lifecycle adoption for modular/agile development. TBD 8faadb0f-6e65-47b0-ad89-d4ce0a8d9059 Phase 1 TBD pending participation 34777482-2fea-44a3-90a6-d2a3b3bb42f3 TBD TBD 1399ebf1-1f02-4046-a748-0caaf06dc35c Phase 2 TBD pending participation aaf9aa51-8023-4bc9-a23b-cfea735166be TBD TBD 5446ecef-3c80-4706-8028-6ce6a4e91946 Phase 3 June 2011 6f7d7151-ae9d-432c-bd0e-8026df06ac66 TBD 2011-06-30 Technology Infrastructure b4c95094-a41c-48c8-90d2-fadca1868fe5 Technology Infrastructure Subcommittee Performer Cita Furlani Co-Chair, Technology Infrastructure Subcommittee Performer US Government Configuration Baseline Review and adjudicate the configurations proposed for Red Hat/Linux to further improve cyber security, as well as determine the priorities of upcoming platform configurations. 9f9c5b61-e08f-4bb6-8789-748cbb497de3 TIS Deliverable 1 Deliverable 1: US Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB) Settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop and Prioritization of Additional USGCB Platforms -- * The TIS will employ its streamlined process to review and adjudicate the configurations proposed for Red Hat/Linux to further improve cyber security, as well as determine the priorities of upcoming platform configurations. * Administrative Priority: Cyber Security Alpha settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop 54cf31e4-a9f2-4420-b776-e30f563e81d2 February 2011: The Alpha settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop will be available from NIST. 5f344427-d715-4481-958a-d7602b81fb67 The Alpha settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop will be available from NIST. 2011-02-28 Tier III checklists 2c02dcd0-a38b-402c-9f7b-6d672df41a85 March 2011: The TIS will review the list of Tier III checklists in final status posted at checklists.nist.gov and prioritize baseline development. 8096dd78-4d16-4cb1-b98d-b4b86cfc5233 The TIS will review the list of Tier III checklists in final status posted at checklists.nist.gov and prioritize baseline development. 2011-03-31 Review Process cf67cf70-9a3d-4936-a2fc-af1e64c27a48 April 2011: The TIS will begin the review process for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop 71c49e84-db9a-4a7f-9f87-8f90e99c5d46 The TIS will begin the review process for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop 2011-04-30 Comments/Suggestions 0eacb101-e986-44dc-b9f9-b6b9ce68ade5 May 2011: The TIS will provide final comments/suggestions for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop USGCB to NIST for inclusion into the USGCB. 0a0a14d3-cdf7-4795-b85b-067dc1fd3aae The TIS will provide final comments/suggestions for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop USGCB to NIST for inclusion into the USGCB. 2011-05-31 Final USGCB settings 41f4571a-6bf3-4d0b-9790-e198b1dd1d57 June 2011: The Final USGCB settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop will be available to all agencies. f43d5cd6-a25b-46f1-be3c-c6a9b3c4eab5 The Final USGCB settings for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop will be available to all agencies. 2011-06-30 SCAP validated products fe9581b1-0fb8-404d-85ec-a624f34e70cf December 2011: NIST will ensure SCAP validated products can process SCAP constructs used by Tier III checklists. a2e8f67a-d247-42f6-b6ed-bd218cd2510d NIST will ensure SCAP validated products can process SCAP constructs used by Tier III checklists. 2011-12-31 IPv6 Support the Federal IPv6 Task Force to coordinate across public and private sector institutions to ensure agencies can successfully manage the in the face of February’s IPv4 address exhaustion. 203e76fc-cc0b-4959-bcfe-5d2b3ec7f36a TIS Deliverable 2 Deliverable 2: Upgrade America’s Digital Infrastructure through IPv6 -- * The TIS will support the Federal IPv6 Task Force to coordinate across public and private sector institutions to ensure agencies can successfully manage the in the face of February’s IPv4 address exhaustion. * Administrative Priority: Business Continuity and Internet Innovation Transition Plans 0082ebf8-ceee-443b-b0c5-fca4cabee643 April 2011: Agency transition plans to support secure IPv6 adoption will be submitted to OMB. 0c420642-bd62-4141-98c6-5d75ca5fb066 Agency transition plans to support secure IPv6 adoption will be submitted to OMB. 2011-04-30 World IPv6 Day 4d1d5a4d-37d3-4c99-8156-6ded51a9eb91 June 2011: Agencies can participate in World IPv6 Day to showcase and test IPv6 connectivity. 050a5d9c-907f-42d0-85f2-d002731b1e33 Agencies can participate in World IPv6 Day to showcase and test IPv6 connectivity. 2011-06-30 Roadmap 3809bea9-799f-4185-9104-07901cc27656 December 2011: IPv6 Roadmap refreshed throughout the year to assist in transitions. 3797e4a9-2052-42fc-ac19-5a889cfc7991 IPv6 Roadmap refreshed throughout the year to assist in transitions. 2011-12-31 Public-Focused Services d02c6d11-1ee6-49b8-8186-ff15b52f10f1 September 2012: Agencies public-focused services will be accessible via IPv6. fc2368f4-6673-4385-a9f4-37da5fa474a2 Agencies public-focused services will be accessible via IPv6. 2011-09-30 Security Architecture Team Create a Security Architecture Team designed to collaborate with the Information Security and Identity Management Committee (ISIMC). c318a785-d49a-4982-8ede-6f72e0307d11 TIS Deliverable 3 Deliverable 3: Develop Security Architecture Team -- * The TIS will create a Security Architecture Team designed to collaborate with the Information Security and Identity Management Committee (ISIMC). The TIS team will likely be led by Matt Coose of DHS. Additional deliverables will be outlined once the team is formed and a clear focus is identified. * Administrative Priority: Cyber Security Security Architecture Team Information Security and Identity Management Committee (ISIMC) Matt Coose Goals and Objectives 6e360dd0-8649-4386-a6c6-3ad6928c8b2b February 2011: Discuss collaboration with GSA and OMB to ensure goals and objectives are clearly defined. fc848a4e-d362-4862-a367-56ea145b4f08 Discuss collaboration with GSA and OMB to ensure goals and objectives are clearly defined. 2011-02-28 Initial Meeting ce7140fd-1df3-4325-9e9d-7c52ebd62c60 March 2011: Hold initial meeting with TIS team and ISIMC leadership to ensure all parties understand the role of each team. 9c16db81-54b3-4fe6-9a21-85828f2f7496 Hold initial meeting with TIS team and ISIMC leadership to ensure all parties understand the role of each team. 2011-03-31 Team Meetings 3b1fb225-05bf-4816-8046-c1fe416cd032 April 2011: Begin functional team meetings to support Administrative requirements. c98daf76-cc3f-4b2f-9460-7bb5e43e9b20 Begin functional team meetings to support Administrative requirements. 2011-04-30 2011-03-29 Owen Ambur Owen.Ambur@verizon.net Submit error.