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Dod Business Systems Modernization: Continued Investment in Key Accounting ...
United States Government Accountability Office
Sin vista previa disponible - 2018
2003 IT budget Accounting Office Additionally Appendix approximately audit Automated Information System business systems environment business systems modernization CIO/BIE Clinger-Cohen Act continued investment contract and vendor Cost Increases DCD/DCW DDRS Defense Comptroller Departmental Reporting System developed DFAS systems DFAS’s documentation DOD Business Systems DOD Comptroller terminated DOD Financial Management DOD Inspector DOD’s current DOD’s Fiscal Dollars in millions DPPS DSDS economic analysis enterprise architecture Evaluation feeder systems Finance and Accounting fiscal year 2003 Four DFAS Projects four projects full operational capability functional areas funding GAO based GAO’s implemented at acceptable Increases and Schedule information provided Information Technology intended investment management life-cycle cost Major Automated Information management and oversight managing and overseeing milestone decision authority OMB Circular A-130 operational capability FOC Project initiated projects we reviewed provided by DFAS Ranking Minority Member responsible schedule delays Schedule Slippages Scope and Methodology Secretary of Defense system investments U.S. General Accounting updated Washington
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Página 14 - ... (2) involves cryptologic activities related to national security; (3) involves the command and control of military forces; (4) involves equipment that is an integral part of a weapon or weapons system; or (5) subject to subsection (b), is critical to the direct fulfillment of military or intelligence missions.
Página 29 - IT projects are being implemented at acceptable costs and within reasonable and expected time frames and that they are contributing to tangible, observable improvements in mission performance (ie, that projects are meeting the cost, schedule, and performance commitments upon which their approval was justified). For programs such as SPS, DOD requires this cost, schedule, and performance information to be reported quarterly to ensure that programs do not deviate significantly from expectations.
Página 28 - General Accounting Office, Information Technology Investment Management: A Framework for Assessing and Improving Process Maturity, Exposure Draft, GAO/AIMD-10.1.23 (Washington, DC: May 2000).
Página 26 - Section 803 (a) requires that each agency shall implement and maintain financial management systems that comply substantially with Federal financial management systems requirements, applicable Federal accounting standards, and the US Government Standard General Ledger at the transaction level.
Página 9 - The laudable goal of SPS was to replace 76 existing procurement systems with a single departmental system. DOD estimated that SPS had a life-cycle cost of approximately $3 billion over a 10-year period. According to DOD, SPS was to support about 43,000 users at over 1,000 sites worldwide and was to interface with key financial management functions such as payment processing. Additionally, SPS was intended to replace the contract administration functions currently performed by MOCAS.
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Página 11 - General reported18 that DFAS was developing DJAS at an estimated life-cycle cost of about $700 million without demonstrating that the program was the most cost-effective alternative for providing a portion of DOD's general fund accounting.