KDR has been engaged by the Department to undertake a review and identify options for moving forward with the management of external users who require access to the Department’s applications and systems. The scope of work includes a current State Assessment to identify systems and potential external users, and a Future State Analysis to confirm requirements and perform a gap analysis for the proposed future state. This will include scenarios and options for managing external user identities.
OSR is currently enhancing its revenue systems for State Taxes, Grants and Subsidies. These enhancements are essential for extending the lifespan of the revenue systems by transitioning core application components to a new technology platform. KDR will assist OSR build, test and deploy a number of functional changes and enhancements using J2EE and the Oracle ADF technology stack.
KDR is pleased to announce commencement of ICT Program and Project Management Services for the Office of the Director for Public Prosecutions. KDR’s scope of work will include assisting ODP with the establishment of cloud-based datacentre services, the transition of building accommodation relocation, building fit-out liaison and direction, datacentre decommissioning and general leadership with the technical aspects of the relocation.
KDR’s Business Analysis, Java Development and Angular teams at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety and the Department of Transport have been extended for additional project work. KDR will assist both Departments with an extensive program of work covering substantive functional enhancements and greenfield systems development.
KDR has commenced a new project with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to manage the migration of a number of services to the Cloud. Scope will include re-hosting in-house Linux Services to cloud-based infrastructure (Software as a Service, Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service) as per the overall GovNext ICT initiative.
KDR’s team at the Department of Transport has expanded to include additional software development services, along with Project Management services for the Department’s GovNext program.
KDR will assist the Department deliver the Service WA program of work, focusing on UX / UI design using Angular, Bootstrap and associated frameworks deployed on Amazon Web Services (AWS). KDR’s Project Management services will help facilitate Transport’s transition to a whole-of-government infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platform.
KDR has commenced a new business analysis assignment for the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. KDR will provide business and systems analysis services across the ICT program for the Department’s Geoscience and Resource Strategy Division. Key deliverables will include business analysis plans and requirements, functional specifications, options papers and user interface design specification.
KDR has been engaged by the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage to provide a range of ICT Program Management Services across all ICT integration projects underway at DPLH. The scope of work will include project governance and oversight, managing and directing all project reporting, driving and supporting a cooperative and collaborative culture, engaging with senior stakeholders, and supporting and coaching project managers managing a subset of the program.
KDR’s project governance team has expanded to include additional projects at the Department of Communities and the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.
KDR will assist Communities procure and implement a consolidated HRMIS solution. KDR will work on the overall HRMIS requirements, and prepare a draft Project Initiation Document determine proposed project schedules and deliverables.
KDR will also work with DPLH to assist the Department move to an Activity Based Working (ABW) environment, and manage further ICT integration arising from the Machinery of Government changes. This will include the integration of two Objective stores, along with a database consolidation into a single SQL database.
KDR will assist the Department undertake a major upgrade of the eMITS Java application. The project will involve migration and modernisation of the eMITS systems into a containerised platform (Docker), in addition to migrating a number of applications to the new platform.
KDR has seen a record month for new business in June, with 15 engagements across 8 new and continuing customers. This is testament to our growing reputation as a trusted delivery and transformation partner for our clients, and our ability to attract some of the best expertise in the industry.
KDR’s team at the Department of Transport has expanded again to include additional Architecture and Java application development services. KDR will assist the Department plan and deliver a strategy for building and transitioning new application solutions in the Cloud.
KDR’s Department of Communities’ team has also grown to include a range of additional project management services. KDR will project manage the sourcing and implementation of a new Asset Management and Finance solution for the Department, along with assisting the Department prepare business cases and PIDS for a number of program management activities.
KDR has additionally expanded existing teams at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, and at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety. KDR will provide additional database management services and project manage a systems upgrade for DLGSCI, and provide a range of additional Java and J2EE development services for DMIRS. KDR has also been selected by DMIRS to project manage development of a number of systems for the Building and Energy division, and for the Safety Regulation System program of work.
Further new work for KDR in June includes application support for a range of business systems at the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, and assisting Curtin University migrate their TechnologyOne platform to the Cloud.
Along with Curtin University, KDR also welcomes the Department of Education and VenuesWest as new customers. KDR will provide Project Management services for a range of ICT projects at Education, including assisting with the development and configuration of the Sensei Project Management (PPM) solution.
VenuesWest has engaged KDR to complete a review of the Business-to-Customer software solution for VenuesWests’ self-managed venues. KDR will assist VenuesWest conduct a current state assessment, a future state analysis, and prepare conclusions and recommendations for next steps in VenuesWests’ digital transformation. project
KDR has been engaged by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to review and improve a number of ICT Contract Management procedures. In addition to advising on the contract management process, KDR will assist the Department establish and maintain an ICT contracts register.
KDR is pleased to confirm additional business analysis and Java development services at DMIRS. KDR will provide further requirements analysis and functional specification expertise, along with J2EE and JSF application development services.
KDR’s team at the Department of Transport has been extended to provide additional SharePoint design, development and deployment expertise. KDR will assist with a range of SharePoint projects as part of Transport’s strategic business systems applications reform program.
KDR will provide ongoing support services to assist DPLH manage the TechnologyOne solution. KDR will provide assistance and expertise across key product configurations, ongoing product implementation, and TechnologyOne training for administrators and end users.
KDR’s team at the Office of State Revenue has been extended to assist with further application analysis, design, development and support services. Key activities will include J2EE application development in a WebLogic environment, in addition to Oracle ADF, Oracle Forms and PL/SQL development.
Disaster Recovery and Cyber Security at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
KDR has commenced a new engagement at DLGSC to develop Disaster Recovery and Cyber Security Plans for the Department. KDR will work to identify any gaps in existing plans and procedures, and to develop revised plans designed to assist the Department effectively manage cyber security incidents or disasters.
KDR will provide ongoing senior Project Management services to assist the Department integrate existing HRIS, Finance and EDRMS applications, as well as a suite of supporting corporate applications. A key project objective is to ensure that the delivery timelines, and business process and data integration components are harmonised and available to meet overall business timelines.
KDR’s team at DMIRS has been extended to include a range of additional services. KDR will provide business analysis services for new geospatial systems. Key activities will include the development of business analysis plans and requirements, along with functional specifications and user interface design.
KDR will also undertake additional J2EE development services. KDR’s team will provide application development, maintenance and production support services for a number of J2EE, JSF and WebSphere based systems.
KDR will provide ongoing support services for the Department's Project Portfolio Management Software solution. KDR will provide maintenance and extended support services, including system enhancements and project work as required. The scope of work will include supporting core product functionality, and also interfacing between PPM and the Department’s HR, Finance and Document Management systems.
KDR’s team at the Department of Transport has been expanded once again to include additional Java Development and Testing Services. KDR will continue to assist Transport develop a number of applications as part of the overall strategic business applications reform program. Key projects to be delivered include Vehicle Management, Online Booking Services, TRELIS reform and transformation and Whole of WA government services provision.
KDR has commenced a new engagement at DLGSC to assist the Department establish a new Business Continuity Plan. KDR will liaise with the various business units to determine the business continuity scenarios, business requirements and formalise the new Business Continuity Plan, in addition to reviewing and identifying any gaps in the Department’s ICT Disaster Recovery Plan.
KDR will provide additional Project Management services for a number of DMIRS projects. This will include project initiation for the Department’s Bonds project, delivery phases for two key application development projects, and the closure phase for a business merger system.
KDR is pleased to confirm additional J2EE development services for DMIRS. KDR’s team will provide application development, maintenance and production support services for a number of J2EE, JSF and WebSphere based systems.
KDR will provide further Program Management services for the Department of Communities. KDR will continue to assist the Department manage a number of concurrent strategic projects within the Department’s Corporate Operations Division. This will include developing and implementing an overall governance framework, and effectively coordinating all projects and project interdependencies.