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Project Management Division is responsible for planning, management and assessment of enterprise IT projects, complex purchase management, budgeting, and financial management.

Major initiatives currently managed by the Project Management Division:

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation

Human Resources – All Modules have been implemented and signed off by the City of Alexandria and Tyler effective December 4, 2014.  HR initiatives are ongoing regarding new application functionality and requests in the short/long term  with a goal to interface existing systems.

Office of Finance & Accounting - Fixed Assets initial preparation began November 6, 2014 with the implementation process starting on November 18, 2014. The estimated time to completion is March 20, 2015.  Bids and Contracts initial preparation began December 2 with the implementation process starting on  December 9, 2014.  The estimated time to completion is April 25, 2015.

Office of Management & Budget – The Office of Management & Budget has delayed all implementation of its modules until June 1, 2015 due its busy season.  The estimated time to completion is Oct 2015  Note:  This Office conducts ongoing testing for its applications in production and requires expedited attention based on Budget Development reports, forecasting an analysis being conducted.

Computer Aided Dispatch/Records Management Systems Upgrade/Replacement

The City is currently implementing new and upgraded public safety systems, including: Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD); Mobile Computing; Police Records Management; Automated Field Reporting; Fire Records Management; and Electronic Patient Care Reporting. These systems comprise the bulk of the public safety systems infrastructure, and when implemented, will provide the greatest measure of reliability and assured response to the region while serving the public 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The majority of the components will be operational by October 2014.