DNC's IT Planning, Studies & Assessments practice supports our client's requirements for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of their resource utilization decisions, business processes and information systems. Data Networks Corporation (DNC) provides IT Planning, Studies, and Assessments support based on an in-depth understanding of Federal Government policy and procedures for budgeting and capital planning. From the inception of Clinger-Cohen capital planning has been subjected to more rigorous review, and capital planning decisions need to be justified in terms of their relationship to business objectives and impact. Our employees providing strategic planning support are experts in Clinger-Cohen and the Federal Government capital planning processes, including preparation of CPIC, Business Case Analysis, and Investment Management (OMB 300 and 53 preparation).
DNC also has a long history of relating investment planning back to business requirements and impact. With expertise in Enterprise Architecture and business process modeling, we can readily relate IT investment decisions back to the specific business impacts or improvements expected. Our approach takes full advantage of any process modeling work completed as part of a related Enterprise Architecture effort.
Portfolio Management is an inherent aspect of many investment planning decisions. DNC has extensive experience in aligning existing and planned IT systems with the business of the enterprise for the purpose of both planning and managing future IT investments and establishing an IT inventory description.
Our Company's offerings in this practice include:
- Business Process Engineering/Improvement
- Technology Assessment/Make or Buy Analysis/COTS
Evaluation and Selection
- Business Case (OMB 300)/Functional Economic
- Performance Measurement
- Program and Project Audits
- Project Selection Methods and Prioritization Algorithms
- Capability and Capacity Modeling
- Discrete Event Simulation and Dynamic Modeling