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The HR LOB has developed a series of deliverables, templates, and guidance documents to assist customer agencies and SSCs through the migration process. The HR LOB Migration Roadmap documentation was first presented to the HR LOB Multi-Agency Executive Strategy Committee (MAESC) in September 2006 and approved for use in the Migration Planning Guidance. It has been updated since, and its purpose is to:
The guidance documents for SSC migrations are based on best practices and research and fall into one of three types:
The tables in the following sections are grouped by the document type. Click on the document title to open a PDF copy of the document.
The following graphical depiction shows the five phase methodology (introduced in Section 6 above) with corresponding practices, inputs, outputs, and roles and duties as assigned to each participant in the transformation process.
Figure 12: Practices, duties, inputs and outputs by Phase
These documents are required to be submitted to the HR LOB during the migration process. While is the responsibility of the customer agency to submit the deliverables to the HR LOB , customer agencies and their selected SSCs are required to work together to complete these deliverables. The "Use Description" column indicates how the deliverable will be used by the HR LOB during the migration process:
The latest version of the Project Schedule must be sent five (5) business days before each Monthly Status Meeting
The documents in this section are for information purposes only and include best practices and other helpful resources for potential use by the customer agencies and SSCs. They can be used as reference materials for the facilitation of successful migrations to the selected SSC.
The documents in this section include recommended templates for customer agencies and SSCs across multiple areas including risk analysis, fit-gap analysis, and training strategy. These templates can be modified by customer agencies and SSCs to fit their situation and environment.
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