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  • Empower People | Improve Lives | Inspire Success

    Team North Dakota

    EMPOWER PEOPLE

    IMPROVE LIVES

    INSPIRE SUCCESS

    Senate Appropriations Subcommittee March, 27, 2019 |Harvest Room

    Bismarck, ND

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    Requested funding changes to HB1021 Budget Requested Change General Funds Special Funds Federal Funds Total FTE Restore IT Shared Services (Internal funding shift – no additional state funding) - 44,456,303 - 44,456,303 145.5

    Restore Cybersecurity Staffing/Tools (General Funding and SIIF Funding) 4,177,166 3,822,350 - 7,999,516 12.0 IT Projects – SIRN – project funding moved to HB 1435 - - - - -

    IT Projects – Legacy Lift (SIIF Funding) - 2,000,000 - 2,000,000 -

    IT Projects – ND Gateway (SIIF Funding) - 6,000,000 - 6,000,000 -

    IT Projects – Unified Data Platform (SIIF Funding) - 1,000,000 - 1,000,000 - IT Projects – Citizen Relationship Management (SIIF Funding) - 4,500,000 - 4,500,000 -

    IT Projects – Land Parcels (SIIF Funding) (Supports the SB 2315 Land Posting Project) - 1,150,000 - 1,150,000 -

    Total Requested Changes $ 4,177,166 $ 62,928,653 $ - $ 67,105,819 157.5

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    IT Shared Service Staff/Funding

    Agency FTE Salary Operating Agency Staff Salary Operating

    Governor’s Office - - $ 15,840 Securities Department - - $ 8,400

    Office of Management and Budget 4.0 $ 717,985 $ 142,967 Workforce Safety and Insurance 12.0 $ 2,611,276 $ 3,320,366

    Dept of Trust Lands 2.0 $ 365,360 $ 55,794 Highway Patrol 2.0 $ 402,484 $ 1,138,194

    Dept of Health 4.5 $ 807,418 $ 512,241 Dept of Emergency Services 4.0 $ 710,891 $ 256,601

    Environmental Quality 1.0 $ 207,012 $ 296,028 Dept of Corrections 6.0 $ 1,201,926 $ 788,090

    Indian Affairs - - - Dept of Commerce 1.0 $ 190,839 $ 126,417

    Dept of Human Services 48.0 $ 9,408,813 $ 1,832,809 Game and Fish Dept 3.0 $ 518,671 $ 287,102

    Job Service North Dakota 16.0 $ 3,073,820 $ 427,714 Parks and Recreation Dept 1.0 $ 177,457 $ 443,897

    Labor Dept - - - Dept of Transportation 41.0 $ 8,142,351 $ 6,244,025

    Dept of Financial Institutions - - $ 21,515 TOTALS 145.5 $28,536,303 $15,920,000

    There are $0 new dollars for unification All dollars are transferred inter-agency

  • Cyber Security Citizens don’t have a choice if they do business with State of ND – We should protect their information

    Hackers cost multiple millions in damages

    State-sponsored Hacktivist Criminal

    GOVERNMENT is a MAJOR target

    5.7MillionAttacks per month Against Gov organizations in North Dakota

    $8.1m $1.1m $1.0m $1.2m

    Foundational Tools: Gather-Hunt-Respond Module 1: Security Incident & Event Management/Logging Module 2: Advanced Identity & Data Module 3: Security Orchestration, Automation & Response

    Our Ask Tools FTE

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    STATE Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 1 Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 2 Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 3 Vulnerability Management Analyst Cybersecurity Engineer

    K-12 Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 1 Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 2 Vulnerability Management Analyst Cybersecurity Admin

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    Higher-Ed Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 1

    Political Subs Cybersecurity Analyst - Tier 1

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    This project will VERY substantially increase the defenses of the State of ND

    Total Tools: $11.4m Total FTE: 17

    Total Project: $16.4m

    Cyber leaving the House: • $8.1m for tools • 5 FTE approved to hire, but

    without funding

    We ask the Senate consider full funding of the

    Cyber Security project

    NOTE: The addition of 17 FTE brings IT to the same number of FTEs globally as was in the 2017-19 IT budget.

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    Project Total Request Funding Type

    #1 Unification N/A N/A

    #2 Cyber $16,400,000.00 $5m Gen, 11.4 SIIF

    #3 SIRN (moved to HB1435) $44,000,000.00 SIIF

    #4 Service Management $2,000,000.00 Special

    #5 Automation / Orchestration $900,000.00 Special

    #6 Development Platform - aPaaS $1,325,000.00 Special

    #7 Legacy Lift $2,000,000.00 SIIF

    #8 ND Gateway $6,000,000.00 SIIF

    #9 Unified Data Platform $1,000,000.00 SIIF

    #10 Citizen Relationship Management $4,500,000.00 SIIF

    #11 Statewide Land Parcels $1,150,000.00 SIIF

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    Information Technology Projects $79,275,000.00

    • Project Rankings • This project ranking reflects the work input from

    SITAC, Agencies, and the Governor’s budget

    Budgets leaving the House: Funded the 3 special fund projects

    We ask the Senate consider the remaining initiatives for funding: Legacy Lift, ND

    Gateway, Unified Data Platform, Citizen Relationship Management, Statewide Land Parcels, (NOTE: SIRN has been

    moved to HB1435)

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    Significant process changes will be

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    Unified Sign On and Identity needs to be built across 3 tiers

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    North Dakota Gateway Program / Portfolio ND Gateway

    The citizen facing web technology. Site would be integrated across agencies and fully functional across mobile with single sign on and workflow integration

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    Underlying data technology that allows for the consolidation and triangulation of information across silos

    CRM

    Operational toolset for agencies in how they interact and manage citizen relationships.

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    Requested Language Changes to HB 1021 • Line Item Transfers for Technology Projects

    • SECTION 3. TRANSFERS. Notwithstanding section 54-16-04, the director of the office of management and budget shall make transfers of funds between line items in section 1 of this Act for the information technology department as may be requested by the chief information officer as determined necessary for the development and implementation of information technology projects. The department shall notify the legislative council of any transfers made pursuant to this section.

    • Carryover Appropriation for HIN Expansion project to mirror SB 2012 language • SECTION 4. EXEMPTION. The sum of $43,555,133 of federal and other funds appropriated for the

    development of the health information network and care coordination project in chapter 46 of the 2017 Session Laws is not subject to the provisions of section 54-44.1-11. Any unexpended funds from this appropriation are available for the completion of the health information network and care coordination project during the biennium beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2021.

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