Business process reengineering – respec

The New Mexico General Services Department (GSD) needed an overall assessment of its processes and procedures to determine how to function more efficiently and save money. Data recovery devices RESPEC was contracted to identify and document the financial organizational structure of all GSD divisions, including Accounts Payable, Contracts, Accounts Receivable, Budget, General Ledger, as well as the management and Chief Financial Officer.

RESPEC and subcontractor DrakerCody identified personnel in key department staff positions, conducted interviews with them regarding their roles in processes-oriented functions, and documented their responses. Moto g data recovery software We then identified current financial reporting requirements and scheduled events, internal control points, and external mandates.


Data recovery windows 10 This information helped us to develop a business context diagram that illustrated the interconnections between the major GSD processes and the key stakeholders (i.e., customers, vendors, and other government organizations) and identify scopes, boundaries, and components of the GSD financial processes.

RESPEC’s second major deliverable was labeled “As-Is” Financial Organizational Structure and Process Mapping. Database youtube All of the financial processes in the department, including those of Accounts Receivable, General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Budget, and Interagency Mail Delivery, were mapped. H2 database console RESPEC staff created an “As-Is” business process map and workflows to indicate gaps, overlaps, concerns of noncompliance, and vulnerabilities, and to review documentation with the project team to obtain feedback on its findings for “As-Is” financial business processes. Database browser The finished product was the “As-Is” analysis report (discovery report) to the project team and stakeholders.

After thoroughly analyzing and documenting GSD’s processes and procedures, RESPEC was asked to recommend and reengineer new business processes and workflows. Database help These recommendations included the organizational structure, reporting structure, minimal financial staff qualifications for positions, the progression and training for promoting members of the financial staff, parity of salaries for equal positions, policies and procedures, business process descriptions, process inputs and outputs, business rules, supporting systems, and process metrics. Database vendors In addition to reengineering business processes for optimal operational efficiencies, RESPEC identified risks for implementing recommendations and prioritized recommended business process and structural changes based on the need for additional staff and/or changes to the existing systems. Database key RESPEC then presented the proposed reengineered business processes and workflows to the GSD project team, the steering committee, and management for their approval before implementation.

RESPEC provided a Strategic Planning Guide for the GSD. Data recovery live cd In addition to recommendations concerning issues, training, and priority changes, the guide outlined the functional and/or technical skills and the estimated time investment required to implement the recommended changes as well as the associated risks, control compliance requirements, and constraints that would prevent the implementation process from being successful. Data recovery clean room The project was complete after user acceptance testing and approval, and the GSD was pleased with our extensive work.

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