KDR continues a successful relationship with DMIRS following the award of additional Java development services across a range of projects. KDR’s team will provide analysis and development expertise in the J2EE WebSphere environment, JSF and DB2.
KDR is pleased to announce commencement of two new engagements at DPLH. KDR will assist DPLH with a number of TechnologyOne support initiatives. This will include assistance and expertise across key product configurations, ongoing product implementation, and TechnologyOne training for administrators and end users.
KDR will also provide application testing services for LandsWA. KDR will work with the Agile team to assist with application and performance testing, and the creation of test cases and test plans for the Department’s Integrated WorkFlow Management system.
The Department of Communities commenced operations on 1 July 2017 following the amalgamation of functions across seven different government agencies. KDR will assist Communities integrate and transform ICT service delivery through the development of an ICT Roadmap. A key objective is to provide Communities with a vision for improved ICT service delivery across the new agency.
KDR has been selected by DLGSCI to project manage the Department’s Infrastructure Asset Refresh program of work. KDR will work closely with key business stakeholders to develop and review the project scope and requirements, and to develop and deliver an implementation plan for the asset refresh.
KDR is pleased to confirm commencement of two new projects for the Western Australian Police Force. KDR will conduct independent reviews of WA Police Business Information Services (BIS) operations, and also specialist service operations. The scope of the reviews will include an assessment of areas of strength and areas for improvement across key operational processes, resource alignment, service delivery and achievement of customer services levels.