DOJ IT Strategic Plan 2006-2011 Figure Descriptions

Figure 1 Pictures displaying the Key DOJ Customers
Picture 1 = Congress
Picture 2 = White House
Picture 3 = State and Local Governments
Picture 4 = Law Enforcement
Picture 5 = General Public
Picture 6 = Foreign Governments
Picture 7 = Courts

Figure 2 Chart displaying DOJ IT Expenditures FY 2005-FY 2007 (in Billions)
FY 2005 = $2.19
FY 2006 = $2.46
FY 2007 = $2.52

Figure 3 DOJ Business Value Chain
Chart that shows the Mission Goals of:
National Security
Law Enforcement
Litigation and Judicial Activities
Correctional Activities
Intelligence Operations
Justice Outreach and Support

Chart that shows the Supportive Goals of:
Information and Technology Management
Human Resources Management
Administrative Management
Financial Management
Policy, Programmatic and Managerial

Figure 4 Diagram that shows the relationship between the DOJ Strategic Plan and ITSP
The diagram depicts two major categories of information grouped within boxes: the DOJ Strategic Plan box and the DOJ IT Strategic Plan box.
Within the DOJ Strategic Plan box, there is a DOJ Strategic Goal and a DOJ Business Outcome.
Below the DOJ Strategic Plan box, there is the DOJ IT Strategic Plan box. The DOJ Strategic Goal from above maps vertically to the DOJ IT Strategic Goal, DOJ IT Objective, and DOJ IT Strategy. The DOJ Business Outcome maps vertically to the DOJ IT Performance Objective. The DOJ IT Objective maps horizontally to the DOJ IT Performance Objective.

Figure 5 Relationship among the DOJ Strategic Plan, ITSP, and DOJ Investment Plan
The diagram depicts three major categories of information grouped within boxes: the DOJ Strategic Plan box, the DOJ IT Strategic Plan box, and the DOJ IT Investment Plan box.
Within the DOJ Strategic Plan box, there is a DOJ Strategic Goal and a DOJ Business Outcome.
Below the DOJ Strategic Plan box, there is the DOJ IT Strategic Plan box. The DOJ Strategic Goal from above maps vertically to the DOJ IT Strategic Goal, DOJ IT Objective, and DOJ IT Strategy. The DOJ Business Outcome maps vertically to the DOJ IT Performance Objective. The DOJ IT Objective maps horizontally to the DOJ IT Performance Objective.
Below the DOJ IT Strategic Plan box sits the DOJ IT Investment Plan box. The goals from above map vertically to the DOJ IT Investment and the DOJ Performance Metric.
The Component IT Investment in this box maps vertically to the Component Performance Metric.

Figure 6 shows alignment of the DOJ IT Strategic Goals to the DOJ Lines of Business
The DOJ IT Strategic Goal: Enable the Mission through Information Sharing and the Strategic Goal: Enable the Mission through Federated Solutions maps to the Mission Goals of:
National Security
Law Enforcement
Litigation and Judicial Activities
Correctional Activities
Intelligence Operations
Justice Outreach and Support

The DOJ IT Strategic Goal: Support Effective and Efficient Use of IT Resources maps to the Mission Goals of:
National Security
Law Enforcement
Litigation and Judicial Activities
Correctional Activities
Intelligence Operations
Justice Outreach and Support

And the Support Goals of:
Information and Technology Management
Human Resources Management
Administrative Management
Financial Management
Policy, Programmatic and Managerial

The DOJ IT Strategic Goal: Provide Common Resilient and Secure Infrastructure and the Strategic Goal: Leverage Common Administrative Solutions map to the Support Goals of:
Information and Technology Management
Human Resources Management
Administrative Management
Financial Management
Policy, Programmatic and Managerial

Figure 7 shows the Extended DOJ Strategic Alignment
IT strategic goal 1 and 2 promote both information sharing and federated mission solutions across the DOJ mission areas of the DOJ Strategic Plan Ė goals 1 through 4. IT strategic goals 3, 4, and 5 provide necessary support, in terms of secure infrastructure and IT governance, to IT strategic goal 1 and 2. Additionally, IT strategic goal 3 and IT strategic goal 5 support the objectives of the PMA and the E-Gov Initiatives respectively.

Figure 8 lists and describes the 2006 DOJ IT Strategic Goals and Objectives
IT Goal 1: Enable the Mission through Information Sharing maps vertically to
IT Objective 1: Information Sharing and Collaboration

IT Goal 2: Enable the Mission through Federated Solutions maps vertically to
IT Objective 2: National Security
IT Objective 3: Law Enforcement
IT Objective 4: Judicial and Litigation
IT Objective 5: Correctional Activities
IT Objective 6: Intelligence Operations
IT Objective 7: Outreach and Support

IT Goal 3: Support Effective and Efficient Use of IT Resources maps vertically to
IT Objective 8: Enterprise Architecture Management
IT Objective 9: Human Capital Management
IT Objective 10: Investment and Program Management
IT Objective 11: Strategic Management

IT Goal 4: Provide Common Resilient and Secure Infrastructure maps vertically to
IT Objective 12: Communication and Infrastructure
IT Objective 13: Disaster Management
IT Objective 14: IT Security Management

IT Goal 5: Leverage Common Administrative Solutions maps vertically to
IT Objective 15: Financial Management
IT Objective 16: Administrative Management
IT Objective 17: Human Resources Management
IT Objective 18: Policy, Programmatic and Managerial

Figure 9 ITSP Goal 1 Relationship
IT Goal 1: Enable the Mission through Information Sharing maps vertically to
IT Objective 1: Information Sharing and Collaboration
IT Objective 1 maps to two IT Performance Objectives:
1. DOJ technologies will enable Federal information sharing policies and standards that improve domestic intelligence and law enforcement operations.
2. DOJ technologies will enable enhanced information sharing among DOJ Components to improve DOJ LoB operations.

Figure 10 ITSP Goal 2 Relationships
IT Goal 2: Enable the Mission through Federated Solutions maps vertically to IT Objectives 2 through 7.

IT Objective 2: National Security maps to the IT Performance Objective 3: DOJ technologies enable improved Federal National Security operations.

IT Objective 3: Law Enforcement maps to the IT Performance Objective 4: DOJ technologies and solutions enable improved Federal Law Enforcement operations.

IT Objective 4: Judicial and Litigation maps to the IT Performance Objective 5: DOJ technologies and solutions enable the Department to more effective and efficiently perform judicial, litigation, and victim/witness support.

IT Objective 5: Correctional Activities maps to the IT Performance Objective 6: DOJ technologies enable the Department to more efficiently and effectively operate the Federal Justice System.

IT Objective 6: Intelligence Operations maps to the IT Performance Objective 7: DOJ technologies enable improved Federal Domestic Intelligence operations.

IT Objective 7: Outreach and Support maps to the IT Performance Objective 8: DOJ technologies enable the Department to more effectively and efficiently provide Outreach and Support operations; and IT Performance Objective 9: DOJ technologies enable common solutions that support Federal grant services.

Figure 11 ITSP Goal 3 Relationships
IT Goal 3: Support Effective and Efficient Use of IT Resources maps vertically to IT Objectives 8 through 11.

IT Objective 8: Enterprise Architecture Management maps to IT Performance Objective 10: DOJ technologies support the development and implementation of Enterprise Architecture through improved processes, products and collaborative capabilities.

IT Objective 9: Human Capital Management maps to IT Performance Objective 11: DOJ technologies support the development and implementation of processes, products and collaboration capabilities for managing IT human capital.

IT Objective 10: Investment and Program Management maps to IT Performance Objective 12: DOJ technologies support the development and implementation of processes, products and collaboration capabilities for conducting investment and program management.

IT Objective 11: Strategic Management maps to IT Performance Objective 13: DOJ technologies support the development and implementation of processes, products and collaboration capabilities enabling strategic management of IT resources.

Figure 12 ITSP Goal 4 Relationships
IT Goal 4: Provide Common Resilient and Secure Infrastructure maps vertically to IT Objectives 12 through 14.

IT Objective 12: Communication and Infrastructure maps to IT Performance Objective 14: DOJ technologies will provide employees with access to communication and services necessary to transact business electronically among themselves and with partners nationwide; IT Performance Objective 15: DOJ technologies will enable common solutions for safe communications, regardless of location; and IT Performance Objective 16: DOJ technologies will provide a common network, hardware and computing services infrastructure that is industry leading and provides cost-effective support for across the Department.

IT Objective 13: Disaster Management maps to IT Performance Objective 17: DOJ technologies will provide a unified point of access to citizens for disaster management information regarding disaster preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery; and IT Performance Objective 18: DOJ technologies will provide a common, robust IT Continuity of Operations capability for the Department including policies, processes, products and collaboration mechanisms.

IT Objective 14: IT Security Management maps to IT Performance Objective 19: DOJ technologies will enable employees to access, create and share information in a secure and trusted environment; IT Performance Objective 20: DOJ technologies will enable common identity management solutions to support physical and IT access control; and IT Performance Objective 21: DOJ technologies will support implementation of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and connectivity to the PKI Federal Bridge Certification Authority.

Figure 13: ITSP Goal 5 Relationships
IT Goal 5: Leverage Common Administrative Solutions maps vertically to IT Objectives 15 through 18.

IT Objective 15: Financial Management maps to IT Performance Objective 22: DOJ technologies support common Federal solutions that provide a secure capability to acquire goods and services cost-effectively, while eliminating current inefficiencies in the acquisition process; and IT Performance Objective 23: DOJ technologies support common, Federal solutions that enhance the ability of agencies, businesses and citizens to find and acquire federal assets.

IT Objective 16: Administrative Management maps to IT Performance Objective 24: DOJ technologies enable the Department to cost-effectively provide well-managed, results-oriented services to employees and citizens; IT Performance Objective 25: DOJ business systems solutions enable the Department to more effectively and efficiently perform administrative and business services; and IT Performance Objective 26: DOJ technologies support common, e-Gov solutions related to security clearances, electronic records and consolidated health infrastructure.

IT Objective 17: Human Resources Management maps to IT Performance Objective 27: DOJ technologies support common, Federal Human Resource Management solutions including integrated payroll, HR and financial functionality; IT Performance Objective 28: DOJ technologies support common, Federal training and recruitment solutions; IT Performance Objective 29: DOJ technologies support common, Federal web-based travel services; and IT Performance Objective 30: DOJ technologies support common, Federal employee benefits eligibility services.

IT Objective 18: Policy, Programmatic and Managerial maps to IT Performance Objective 31: DOJ technologies support E-Gov initiatives to provide policy, programmatic and managerial solutions, including: Business Gateway, Geospatial One-stop, USA Services and E-rulemaking.

Figure 14 shows the 2005 Key Outcome Goal Results
For fiscal year 2005, the Department achieved 64% of its key target outcome goals.
The Department did not achieve 17% of its key target outcome goals, and data was unavailable for 19% of the key target outcome goals.

Figure 15 ITSP Goal 1 Strategies
IT Goal 1: Enable the Mission through Information Sharing maps vertically to
IT Objective 1: Information Sharing and Collaboration.

IT Objective 1 maps to IT Strategy 1: Lead, participate in, or collaborate with Federal-wide and other information sharing workgroups to develop and implement plans for information sharing to improve domestic intelligence and law enforcement; IT Strategy 2: Develop and implement enterprise-wide information sharing policies and standards, such as NIEM, that enable DOJís mission; and IT Strategy 3: Develop, implement, and maintain enterprise information sharing solutions that enable and improve DOJís mission.

Figure 16 ITSP Goal 2 Strategies
IT Goal 2: Enable the Mission through Federated Solutions maps vertically to IT Objectives 2 through 7.

IT Objective 2: National Security maps to IT Strategy 4: Provide solutions that improve National Security operations.

IT Objective 3: Law Enforcement maps to IT Strategy 5: Provide solutions that improve Law Enforcement operations; and IT Strategy 6: Provide federal government leadership and common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for Federal Investigative case management.

IT Objective 4: Judicial and Litigation maps to the IT Strategy 7: Provide solutions that improve Judicial, Litigation, and victim/witness support operations; and IT Strategy 8: Provide federal government leadership and common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for litigation case management.

IT Objective 5: Correctional Activities maps to the IT Strategy 9: Provide solutions that improve Correctional/Detention operations.

IT Objective 6: Intelligence Operations maps to the IT Strategy 10: Provide solutions that improve Intelligence operations.

IT Objective 7: Outreach and Support maps to the IT Strategy 11: Provide solutions that improve Outreach and Support operations and working with other Federal partners; and IT Strategy 12: Support Federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for grant services (Grants.gov).

Figure 17 ITSP Goal 3 Strategies
IT Goal 3: Support Effective and Efficient Use of IT Resources maps vertically to IT Objectives 8 through 11.

IT Objective 8: Enterprise Architecture Management maps to IT Strategy 13: Develop, implement, and improve processes, products and collaboration mechanism for the Department Enterprise Architecture.

IT Objective 9: Human Capital Management maps to IT Strategy 14: Develop, implement, and improve processes, products and collaboration mechanisms for managing IT human capital.

IT Objective 10: Investment and Program Management maps to IT Strategy 15: Develop, implement, and improve processes, products and collaboration mechanisms for investment and program management.

IT Objective 11: Strategic Management maps to IT Strategy 16: Develop, implement, and improve processes, products and collaboration mechanisms for strategic management of IT resources.

Figure 18 ITSP Goal 4 Strategies
IT Goal 4: Provide Common Resilient and Secure Infrastructure maps vertically to IT Objectives 12 through 14.

IT Objective 12: Communication and Infrastructure maps to IT Strategy 17: Provide federal government enterprise solutions (such as E-Gov) that support the development for safe, comprehensive communications (SAFECOM); IT Strategy 18: Lead, participate in, or collaborate with Federal-wide and other information sharing workgroups to provide a common network infrastructure; IT Strategy 19: Implement infrastructure consolidation through a common architecture to provide current hardware and software computing services; and IT Strategy 20: Provide industry leading, and cost-effective computing support services for user support, server hosting and maintenance, and database management to support the DOJ mission.

IT Objective 13: Disaster Management maps to IT Strategy 21: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to provide citizens a unified point of access to disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery information (Disaster Management); and IT Strategy 22: Develop, implement, and improve policies, processes, products and collaboration mechanisms for managing IT Continuity of Operations (COOP).

IT Objective 14: IT Security Management maps to IT Strategy 23: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to provide a secure infrastructure for on-line transactions and implement enterprise identity management for both physical and IT access controls (E-Authentication, HSPD-12); IT Strategy 24: Develop, implement and improve policies, processes, products and collaboration mechanisms for managing IT security; and IT Strategy 25: Develop and implement Department-wide infrastructure for implementing PKI and connecting to the PKI Federal Bridge Certification Authority.

Figure 19 ITSP Goal 5 Strategies
IT Goal 5: Leverage Common Administrative Solutions maps vertically to IT Objectives 15 through 18.

IT Objective 15: Financial Management maps to IT Strategy 26: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to support the management of accounting, financial reporting, payment of goods and services, receivables, funds, cost, and procurement functions (Integrated Acquisition Environment, Federal Asset Sales, etc).

IT Objective 16: Administrative Management maps to IT Strategy 27: Consolidate solutions across the Department using current technologies to produce a long-term cost savings for administrative systems; IT Strategy 28: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for the security clearance process (E-Clearance); IT Strategy 29: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to better manage electronic records (Electronic Records Management); and IT Strategy 30: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to support the consolidated health informatics (Consolidated Health Informatics).

IT Objective 17: Human Resources Management maps to IT Strategy 31: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to support the consolidation of payroll systems to better integrate payroll, HR, and finance functions (E-Payroll); IT Strategy 32: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to support the enterprise HR initiative; IT Strategy 33: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to create e-training environments that support development of the Federal workforce through simplified and one-stop access to high quality e-training products and services (E-Training); IT Strategy 34: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for recruitment services (Recruitment One-Stop); IT Strategy 35: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to provide government-wide web-based end-to-end travel services, from travel planning and authorization to reimbursement (E-Travel); and IT Strategy 36: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development for eligibility for benefits from Federal Programs (Govbenefits.gov).

IT Objective 18: Policy, Programmatic and Managerial maps to IT Strategy 37: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development to consolidate/migrate on-line business compliance systems to Business Gateway (Business Gateway); IT Strategy 38: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) development of a single point of access to map-related data (Geospatial One-stop); IT Strategy 39: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to provide customer service to citizens with timely consistent responses about government information and services (USA Services); and IT Strategy 40: Support federal government common solutions (such as E-Gov) to allow citizens to easily access and participate in the rulemaking process (E-rulemaking).

Figure 20 Sources for update of the ITSP
This figure identifies the major sources of information that were used and the analysis that was performed in developing the revised ITSP.
To create the updated ITSP:
Current strategic themes of the Department leadership were obtained from the Current DOJ ITSP;
Underlying strategies and organizational goals from business architecture domain analysis were obtained from the DOJ Strategic Plan;
Gaps were identified based upon Component ITSP analysis from the Component ITSPs;
Department-wide programs/systems that support the DOJ mission were obtain from Program Strategies;
Broader federal, state, and local law enforcement and intelligence goals and E-Gov Strategies were obtained from the E-Gov and other plans.