The Regional Office Data Initiative Project was intended to increase the technological capabilities of Regional Office staff while in the field conducting site reviews of OASAS programs and improve overall efficiency of business process related to same. The OASAS Digitization Project wanted to utilize FileNet as a repository for paper documents that are scanned into the system, improving access to patient treatment information.
V Group worked closely with the department to provide leadership throughout the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC). For non-software development assignments, we worked with Business Systems analysts and other stakeholders to provide leadership and recommend/execute the best approach to the problem.
Our team played a key role in liaison to stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts to elicit, analyze, communicate, validate, and verify the requirements for complex changes to current business processes, policies, information systems.
V Group was supposed to create as-is and to-be business process flows to ensure that the implemented business process and supporting software meet the OASAS’s needs. As a part of deliverables, we conducted requirements workshops and JAD sessions with OASAS subject matter experts as one of the many techniques to be used to elicit requirements.
In terms of documentation and tracking, we created business requirements documents, context diagrams, business requirements document (BRD), the system “as-is” and “to be” states, system specifications, use cases and workflow diagrams, report and screen mockups, swim lane diagrams, and prototypes. V Group team managed requirements through the life of the contract using a requirements management plan and traceability to ensure coverage between the source of each requirement and the test case(s).