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GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
(GenRays HRIS)

PROJECT TITLE: GenRays HRIS

Systems Inc.
Tom Irvine: Plant Manager
MBA Student
Term Start 8/1/2014 Task MGT2
Western Governors University



Project Date February 1, 2014



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Abstract
Risks associated with the major constraint, Lack of Information, such as type of
manufacturing, number of employees, technology requirements, which would normally
be included in any Project Management scenario, will affect every aspect of project
initiation, planning, execution, and controlling, including, but not limited to, project
deliverables, project development, project description, objectives, budgets, costs
technology, scope, SOW, quality, and quantity and will restrict actual discovery of a
purposeful Project Management Plan. The Task information given underminds what can
be expected to give a worthy and viable view of a project with its lack of detail and
direction.
For any project, small, midsize or a large enterprise, if problems exits or
just an expansion or upgrade of the infrastructure is the endeavor, and no matter
how small or large that endeavor, it is imperative that every project consider a
complete security-based application, anti-virus and malware implementation, and
a volume of policies, guidelines, standards, and procedures should be an
additional consideration, considering employees are the worst enemy against
security and the manipulation of data for any Information System. Inasmuch as,
the GenRays project does not touch on the subject, I included it with very little
emphasis, and I will reflect, basically on FRS, HRIS, and Payroll, Integration.
Ninety percent (90%) of systems going to the junk pile are caused by age (#1) with
employee indifference and internal theft (#2) closely behind.
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PROJECT CHARTER
Table of Contents
HRIS Project Cover Sheet______________________________________ 1
Abstract ____________________________________________2
Table of Contents Project Charter _______________________________3
Project Charter Report Summary_____ __________________________5
Review of Current System_____________________________________6
System Rationale____________________________________________7
System Analysis____________________________________________ 8
Preliminary Investigation_____________________________________9
Post-Preliminary Investigation________________________________ 12
Project Acceptance______________________________________ 13
Project Title___________________________________________ 13
Purpose______________________________________________ 13
Project Description (14-23)________________________________ 14
Objective and Goals____________ _________________________ 22
Success Criteria or Expected Benefits_________________________23
Funding______________________________________________25
Acceptance Criteria_____________________________________ 26
Project Development Summary_____________________________26
Major Deliverables______________________________________28
Milestone Schedule _____________________________________28
Approval Requirements__________________________________28
Project Manager _______________________________________29
Authorized by_________________________________________29
Legend
Black type indicates Project Manager inferences
Blue type indicates Project Charter inferences
Green type indicates Project Scope inferences
Some inferences are marked by redundancy and repetition
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PROJECT SCOPE
Table of Contents
Project Scope Description_______________________________________22
Customer Requirements________________________________________23
Statement of Work (SOW)_______________________________________24
Project Deliverables___________________________________________25
Acceptance Criteria____________________________________________26
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)_________________________________27
Project Boundaries____________________________________________28
Project Assumptions___________________________________________29
Initial Defined Risks and Constraints_______________________________30
Project Approval_____________________________________________31
Stake Holders Work Resources and Costs (Fig 1.1)______________________
Project Timeline and Scheduling (Fig 1.2)___________________________ 20
Project Development Fig 1.3)______________________________________23
Project Deliverables and Costs Fig 1.4) ______________________________ 24
GenRAYS Matrix template (Fig 1.5)
Project Planning Checklist (Fig 1.6x)________________________________ 27
References_________________________________________________28
Glossary__________________________________________________29
Appendix 2: ALTIUS Policy Collection Security & Privacy_________________31
Table of Contents Scope_______________________________________34



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PROJECT CHARTER REPORT SUMMARY
The significance in understanding the importance of a newly upgraded and
integrated Information Technology (IT) System when considering the GenRays project,
is by 1) implementing and integrating a new HRIS system, 2) adding new Payroll
functions to HRIS, 3) integrating HRIS with the recently developed Financial Record
System (FRS) infrastructure, 4) implementing a complete anti-virus and malware
application with an Intrusion Detection System to combat external and internal threats
to help minimize or eliminate the risks associated with an insecure system, and 5)
devising and incorporating mandatory policies, guidelines, procedures, and standards,
for each activity in a documented, on-line, format to facilitate the correct and only
procedural course of action when entertaining and completing a required task. The
former three (3) are the major initiatives and ultimate objectives of GenRays HRIS
Management Project. Inasmuch as, strategies, planning, and implementation of
updates and upgrades, sometimes falls to the inattention of minor details, and the major
employee routine of doing it their way leads to the deterioration of the system,
eventually making it inoperability. The controllable events result in uncontrollable
consequences at the weakest link in the system, giving credence to the fact that when an
upgrade or activity is initiated, especially when the system is integrated with other
components, it is imperative that all system features and functions be analyzed and
subsequently maintained and adhered by factory recommendations and company policy
that will support the new components and activities of the IT system without deviation.
It is the opinion of this Project Manager, there is no policy and no security initiatives,
but only employee discretion for innovations.
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REVIEW of CURRENT SYSTEM
GenRays, a mid-size business and manufacturing facility, fits into the category of
one system not knowing what its compatriot and essential counter parts are doing.
When the old HRIS system [will not talk to] the old Payroll System and
communications have stopped between the two, giving erroneous information or no
information at all, no viable means of reliable communication results. Equally, when
there is no anti-virus or malware application of authority, to speak of, risks became
imminent, and indeed, when no policy, guidelines, procedures, or standards to effect
excellent contributions in maintaining the consistent and overall welfare of the HRIS
Information System, errors are even more likely to occur. The new HRIS system will be
fitted with the latest and most efficient hardware and software available and will be
current with updates for its applications. Anti-virus solutions and security will be
advanced as what they can do, and procedural guidelines, standards, and policy will be
implemented to dictate where, how, when and why solutions should be incorporated
and integrated into the new HRIS system. In contrast to the new HRIS system, Payroll
is years older and needs to be brought up-to-speed in hardware and software
compliance to complement the newer technology that has been afforded to FRS and the
new HRIS. Computing the risk assessment formula Single Loss Expectancy (SLE)
times the Annual Rate Occurrence (ARO) is equal to the Annual Loss Expectancy
(ALE), the result indicated that the Payroll system should have stopped responding long
before they contacted anyone for support and reconciliation of the overall
infrastructure. In the old HRIS system a viable security policy was never formulated to
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complement the strategies needed in exposing known and unknown threats and risks,
that would be detrimental to the assets of the company and security in the old is non-
existent. The CEOs decision to call a consulting firm, Systems, Inc., prevented the firm
from closing, as profits plummeted, before the new FRS system was implemented,
inasmuch as, the entire infrastructure, including Payroll, should have been analyzed and
brought into the realm of total HRIS and Payroll integration compliance from the
beginning.

SYSTEMS RATIONALE
The rationale behind the question, Why this immense project, when the problem
is only payroll related? The evidence of the preliminary investigation supports wide
spread problems and failures throughout the existing system infrastructure, and only an
extensive upgrade will eliminate those deficiencies. Inasmuch as, the problems will be
eradicated with the proper implementation and policy management of a new system, the
benefits far outweigh any other option that may have been considered, inasmuch as, the
costs are relatively low in contrasts to a company without OEM powers in purchasing.
One should investigate the advantages, benefits, and costs to reaffirm the rationale
behind, why the thesis statement in the summary is valid and deserves accreditation?
The explanation of reasoning, justification, and rationale to arrive at the
recommended changes also answers:
Why the proposal for this project was made and what does it involve?

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Major: New HRIS system.
Major: Payroll functions integrated into the new
HRIS
Major: Integration of the new FRS and newer HRIS
infrastructure
o Minor: Advance Security
o Minor: Policy, guidelines, standards and procedures
o Minor: Anti-Malware and Anti-virus upgrade
How was the selection of criteria developed?
o Preliminary investigation
o Systems Analysis
o Expert judgment from executive sponsors and Stakeholders.
How was the information verified and affirmed?
o Interviews
o Data Gathering
o System Review
Why were the consequences realistic and credible?
o Feasibility testing and study





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SYSTEM ANALYSIS
A system analysis of GenRays, launched to devise improvements to their existing
system, predicated on incidences of continuous payroll downtime and the inefficiencies
of corruption of company asset files, resulted in a preliminary investigation. The
analysis, conveyed through the investigation, determined extensive problems in
hardware and software, and communicated that a commercially purchased virus
protection program was a temporary expedient to virus-related problems and would not
solve the problems in the infrastructure of the system. Inadequate, existing hardware
and software technology could not produce strategies to reduce or eliminate the threats
and vulnerabilities to the companys assets. In addition to hardware and software
problems, the company is without policies, procedures, guidelines and standards to
effectively combat all system issues, not only the ones concerning virus protection.
Therefore, by proposing new technologies in hardware and software to ensure integrity
for the existing problems, by implementing and integrating a new HRIS system
integrated with FRS ensures a smooth transition of successful event conformity. As
indicated heretofore, the system analysis included summary and background
information, and the preliminary investigation, hereafter, of the current system, was
cause for the development of a radical upgrade.


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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
Clarify & understand the major objectives
o Major - New HRIS system
o Major - Implement and integrate new Payroll functions with HRIS
o Major New Infrastructure Integration of FRS & HRIS with connectivity
o Major - Server-based network with data base integration
Determine the size of Project Mid-Size
Costs
o Market Value or retail = $ 300,000.00 $ 400,000.00
o Customer Budget = $103,000.00 and Reserves
o Fixed (sunk), tangible, nonrecurring
o Current intangible Loss of Customers (Not to be considered in project)
Other Minor Benefits and Objectives
o Advanced security and assurance
o Risk assessment and control
o Security administration
o Policies, Guidelines , Standards, and Procedures
o New infrastructure and connectivity
o Administrative and security-related policies and procedures
o Disaster recovery and incidence response
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Alternate approaches None, customer buys at OEM
Data gathering
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o Review of organizational documents
o Conduct employee interviews
o Logical inspection of system configuration
o Physical inspection of system hardware & software
Identify design requirements; strategies See Project Description
Feasibility testing
o Operational Acceptable to users, company compliant
o Technical Technology exists, available, and current
o Financial Low to moderate cost; funding available
Acceptance of Project recommended
Findings reported to Executive sponsors and stakeholders
Initiating the Project
Source of Project initial request
GenRays - Customer
Reason for Project initiation
New HRIS system with Payroll functions integrated with new FRS system
Managing review and selection of Project
Executive Sponsors and stakeholders
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Five (5) objectives to the project initiation - 3 Major, 2 minor
Appraise the Firms security policy and procedures
o Non-existent
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Determine the extent of the likely incidents
o Extensive and critical
Evaluate the causes of the security incident
o Lack of a security policy or procedure
o Lack of security training and education
o Lack of incidence response
Recommended are changes to reduce threats, risks, and vulnerabilities
POST-PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
After a thorough preliminary investigation and IT inventory by Systems, Inc.,
of the physical and logical aspects of the information system, the project Manager,
Tom Irvine, formulated a proposal, which included a complete upgrade of the
infrastructure, inclusive of a new HRIS system with payroll functions integrated with
FRS, integration of an SQL R2 database, standards, guidelines, policy and
procedure, software, PC upgrade, and integrated virus and malware protection. The
vastness suggested serious problems and the immediate implementation is necessary
to bring the GenRays system current and avoid any further downtime of the payroll
system. Deciding to balance the equation of threats, vulnerabilities and downtime,
to a new carefree uneventful environment, implementation of the project would be
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decidedly the better choice. Fulfillment of the integrated information system is
dependent on the executive sponsors, composed of unbiased stakeholders, who
would demonstrate enough knowledge to understand, carry forward, and administer
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the policies, guidelines, standards, procedures, upgrades, and implementation
proposed.
PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
On February 3, 2014, the Planning Committee and Executive sponsors meeting
unanimously approved in whole the proposal to initiate the HRIS project and additional
upgrades to HRIS under the terms and conditions that implementation would take no
more than 130 working days beginning February 1, 2014, to complete, or penalties in the
amount of $5000.00 per day would be imposed beginning the first day after the 140
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day of non-compliance. Additional funding (Budget) over the $103,000.00, announced
earlier will come from reserve accounts already in place, but the cost shall not exceed
$400,000.00. Training and education will be provided during the interim to familiarize
the employees with the new environment and will be ongoing. Initiation SMART
begins.







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Project Charter

February 1, 2014

Project Title
GenRays HRIS

Purpose

The purpose and reasoning for a new HRIS integrated system with payroll
functions is to promote and complement growth and expansion through updated and
advanced technology in an automated environment integrated with the current
Financial Record System (FRS). The ease of work-related tasks attributed to the
automation will propagate new system initiatives and incentives for all employees, their
workplace and the enterprise, GenRays, and will ensure a positive atmosphere, with an
easier and gentler work environment for FRS, HRIS, purchasing, human resources with
payroll functions, and other related systems and applications, while making the data
transparent, secure and the exchange of information immediately available by means of
email communications.

Project Description (pgs. 14-22)
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A major upgrade to GenRays very successful and recently developed Financial
Record System (FRS) that will complement and integrate a proposed new Human
Resource Information System (HRIS) with the FRS system, creating one functioning
whole automated unit and give accurate and immediate access to all records in seconds.
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The committee and executive sponsors rely on the SMART technique (Specific,
Measurable, Attainable/Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound to describe and evaluate
the goals and objectives the project is trying to achieve. They help identify the overall
scope of the project, define the risks, support the validity of the problems and provide
insight into the endeavor, duration, and project cost. Understanding the objectives,
first, determines the deliverables to attain the objectives.
Computers, Printers
GenRays has twenty-six outdated, mixed-manufacturer PC desktop computers
with various operating systems from Windows XP to Windows 7. Most in good to
excellent condition, and six (6) laptops of early vintage with Windows XP to Windows 7
operating systems. When a computer fails, which is regularly, the firm has two spares of
the same variety and quality and a replacement is always available, if repairs were made
to the spares. Smart Accomplished.
The Firms important applications reside on different desktops and testament
reveals data loss and redundancy from a failing operating system occasionally. External
drives provide backups on each desktop, if the user remembers. Each desktop is fitted
with a bulky 14 CRT monitor, which takes up valuable physical space, requires more
power, and emits more heat than the newer LCD flat-screen displays. Each workstation
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contains dot-matrix impact printer, which are the oldest printer technology, and is used
primarily for industrial and point-of-sales applications. Smart Accomplished.


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Computer Goals and Objectives
Purchase at the Firms OEM, twenty-six (26) new HP PC6 desktop PCs with
Windows 8 Ultimate operating system and twenty-six (26) 20 LCD monitors, and
distribute to planning committee, project team stakeholder and labor resource
members. Duplicate the PCs and distribute one (1) each to the CEO, one (1) each to the
Project Manager, and two (2) each to be used as spares and backup computers. The
replaced PCs will be distributed to subordinates of GenRays on an oldest PC basis.
Purchase six (6) HP dv7 laptops and distribute to outside sales and other traveling
members of GenRays. Purchase six (6) HP Color LaserJet 5550n all-in-one printers
distributed at various and strategic points throughout the Firm replacing all other
printers. Total thirty (30) PCs, six (6) laptops, and six (6) printers. SMART
accomplished.
Network
If risks, threats, and downtime are eliminated and assets protected, the Firm
expects to expand operations, but the peer-to-peer networking configured at each site
offers performance issues, management problems, little security, or any way to control
who shares what. Specifically, designed for home use or very small businesses with
fewer than ten users, peer-to-peer networks may operate with current desktops and the
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outdated operating systems, but upgrading to new computers with current versions of
the operating system would eliminate the P2P environment.


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Network Goals and Objectives
Consideration of Windows mid-size Business Server (SBS) 2008, offers the
features needed for a growing business including backup, restore, Internet connectivity,
mobile device support, consolidated e-mail services (each user now has his/her own
version of email), print sharing, file management, mobility for smart phones and Wi-Fi
laptops and notebooks. In addition, anti-virus and anti-spam protection (each user now
has none, it is outdated, or updates are not current), and firewall protection to guard
against intrusions and attacks, access control features for confidential and private files.
Also, Microsoft Office 2013, including Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publishing, Outlook,
and Word (some users now have WordPerfect). Ref Windows Server Essentials (2013).
SMART accomplished.
Database
GenRays Inc. does not have a relational database, but an insecure, third-party
application inconsistent with any form of organization, structured programming
methods, or access control, which propagates redundancy, duplication, or removal of
assets. Distribution of significant applications are divided among several workstations
preventing consistent updating and inviting security risks, loss of data, risks,
vulnerabilities, and threats.
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Database Goals and Objectives
Purchase Microsoft SQL Server 2013 R2 for secure employee files, customer files,
accounting, service contracts, policies and procedures are supported by SBS, the
primary server configured as PC database systems, since it supports distributed
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databases, enables more than one user to access the same database, at the same time for
individual application access and processing. Ref MSDN (2013). SMART accomplished.

Policies, Standards, Guidelines, and Procedures
Accepting the new Project requires the task of creating a framework of policies,
standards, guidelines, and procedures, for the Firm, especially relating to security,
giving the current outbreak of viruses, which plague the Company. Usually, formulated
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by top management, a volume set of all policies is included in the Project, and then the
Firm can decide the appropriate policy to incorporate.
implement, but be assured, security policies are critical to eliminate the scourge of any
system risk, threat, and vulnerabilities in protecting company assets. The following
represents a few of the most important policies with a complete summary in Appendix
2. Smart Accomplished.
Policies
Policies provide employees, in a company, guidelines about their expected
behavior, but individual policies go much further in detail. For example, security policy
dictates responsibility and roles, defines the range of information to be secured, and
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provides a description of the controls that are used to protect the asset information.
Standards and guidelines support policy. Legally, security policy, invokes a
commitment from senior leadership to protect information. A documented security

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policy is a business mandate to comply with laws and regulation relating to finance and
privacy.
Standards
Standards consist of specific mandatory controls, which enforce, support and
ensure consistency of security policy across company assets, and relate to specific
software and hardware technology and the security thereof.
Guidelines
Guidelines consist of non-mandatory controls and best practice scenarios, which
support standards or serve as a substitute when no standard is in place.
Procedures
Procedures consist of systematic instructions to assist users in implementing the
various guidelines, standards, and policies.
Policies (Most important)
Backup Policy
According to Instant Security Policy (2013), The Backup Policy presents the company's
backup strategy, including identification of critical systems and data, frequency of
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incremental and full backups, responsibilities of backup administrator, storage of
backups, offsite rotation, restoration procedures, and more.
Acceptable Use Policies
Explains how an employee in a company can use resources, hardware and software, and
the company conveys the consequence of misuse.
Accountability Policies (Design)
If errors occur, make clear who is responsible for the accuracy in the manipulation,
which is usually done by logging.
Availability Policies (Design)
Availability is the practice of protecting data to prevent its loss and to maintain
accessibility to the correct data or information.
Confidentiality Policies (Design)
Confidentiality minimizes or prevents unauthorized access to and disclosure of
information or data.
Disposal and Destruction Policies
Disposal defines how assets that are no longer needed insure proper disposal
techniques.
Due Care Policies
Due Care identifies the level of security used to establish confidentiality of private assets
and information.
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E-mail Policy
According to Instant Security Policy (2013), The purpose of the Email Policy is to detail
the company's usage guidelines for its email system. This policy aims to reduce risk of
an email-related security incident, foster good business communications both internal
and external to the company, and provide for consistent and professional application of
the company's email principles.
Integrity Policies (Design)
Integrity dictates that data being manipulated must be the correct data, not data that is
insignificant to the work being done.
Incident Response Policy
According to Instant Security Policy (2013), The Incident Response Policy specifies
exactly how the organization will respond in the event of suspected security incident.
This policy defines security incidents, both physical (such as the loss of a laptop) and
electronic (a suspected attack or malware infection). This policy includes preparation
plans, response activities for different scenarios, and forensics/recovery based on your
stated goals. Incident Response Policies are required by a number of regulations and
security standards.
Job Rotation Policies
Job rotation describes the interval rotation of a company position that puts another
employee in that position.
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Least Privilege
Least privilege assigns minimum permissions to employees that they need to
accomplish their job duties
Mandatory Vacations
Mandatory Vacations provide an opportunity to discover fraud or mischievous activities
in a system.
Password Usage Policy
According to Instant Security Policy (2013), A solid Password Policy is perhaps the
most important security control an organization can employ. Since the responsibility
for choosing good passwords often falls to the end users, a detailed and easy-to-
understand policy is essential.
Privacy Policies
Privacy identifies what controls need to be in place to maintain the security of private
information in the work place.
Physical Access Control Policies
Physical access requires authorization of employees to access applications, or systems
that contain information.


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Physical Security Policy
The Physical Security Policy sets guidelines and standards for physical security
including, access control, assets, security zones, physical data, system security, and the
minimizing of risk of entry to the physical building.
Security Policies
Security identifies what controls are needed to maintain or implement the system,
network, and users.
Separation of Duties Policies
Separation of Duties reduces the risk of fraud and embezzlement by requiring more than
one employee to process separate tasks.

Objectives and Goals
To maintain a successful, newly developed Financial Record System (FRS) and
develop, integrate, implement and maintain a proposed Human Resource Information
System (HRIS), giving one automated system where activities are transparent to the
user, and the flow of information is regulated by control features of the system,
producing accurate, reliable output, by one single data entry, updated in real time,
creating confidentiality, integrity, availability and accountability.
To develop, implement, and maintain, network security, compliance and
operational security, application, data and host security, access control and identity
management, and cryptography, for corporate, organizational, departmental, personal,
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business, and cloud computing (the Internet) from attacks, risks, threats and
vulnerabilities using policies, which are the major consequences on issues, standards
which tell people what is expected, and guidelines which provide specific advice on how
to accomplish a given task or activity.

Success Criteria
Expected Benefits

Savings from the newly implemented Financial Record System (FRS)
with its automatic calculations will provide:
An integrated FRS and HRIS system with payroll functions.
Allows for easier detection and transparency in hiring.
Assures applicants for new jobs will be well qualified.
Positive impact for employee career tracking & goals.
Auto disbursements of paychecks & expense reports.
Reimbursements made faster & easier.
Auto-pay options availability.
Every employee can apply for open positions.
Recruiting capabilities.
Succession planning.
Employee database & e-forms.
Payroll to reduce mistakes and avoid redundant data entries.
Capacity for employee and management self-service.
Performance review and compensation competencies.
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Position control.
Paying consistently for same level of work.
Recruiting abilities.
Managing training records.
Vacation time linked to attendance than years of service.
Open enrollment employee self-service.
Performance review
Education and certification tracking requirements.
Links to compensation by performance review management.
Government compliance.
E-mail communications.
Integration of database to all-in-one system.
Migration of employee data.
FUNDING
One-hundred and three thousand dollars ($103,000.00) available funding with
additional revenues accessible for unforeseen constraints, risks, and obstacles not
identified during the initiation, planning and execution phases of the system project are
available, but subject to the approval of the executive sponsors.
Update! After the Preliminary and Post-Preliminary meeting and during a special
meeting it came to the attention of all executive sponsors and the CEO that the allocated
funding of $103,000 did not meet the requirements for the new HRIS integrated project
and either the products and services must be cut back, giving an incomplete and
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undeserving consequence of the project, and personal would be cutback drastically.
Recall, during our first meeting, we discussed the need to bring the project in
compliance and integration with FRS and HRIS. Notwithstanding, the hard work and
helpful information provided by GenRays, it has decided that an additional
$300,000,00 to $400,000.00 is required to complete the project, as it was intended,
but you can be assured the project will proceed on schedule with a 130 day as a drop
dead completion date, but more that that, after reviewing pertinent documents, we, at
Systems Inc., foresee reducing the deadline to less than 130 days, nevertheless, the
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reduction in personal will not affect the overall project and it can be assumed all
concerned rally the to make that possible.
The latest forecast in additional budgeting will figure significantly in the welfare at
GenRays and that limit will come down as personnel cuts are made. GenRays, now has
the option to get a second opinion, but ensure they will receive the entire integration
package, or they may opt to stay with Systems Inc. who will promote the best interest and
welfare of the Company.

ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
In addition to the review of organizational documents, the logical inspection of
Project system configuration, and the physical inspection of system hardware & software ,
Project Manager, Tom Irvine, interviewed with intensity, employees, vendors and
management to identify important aspects of the new HRIS system to meet the goals
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necessary for the new initiative to start after W2s are issued and completed before year-
end closing.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SUMMARY
A summary analysis and background preliminary investigation of the Companys
information system uncovered widespread irregularities in the operating system of each
computer, thought at first to be virus related, the entire system appeared to be
dysfunctional and the systems infrastructure void of any current configuration of
hardware and software. A rationale and systems analysis performed indicated positive
for forming the conclusion and a project initiation was granted to upgrade the system to
a HP MBS 2008, server-based, enterprise environment, including SQL R2 data base
integration. In addition, PC replacement, integrated printing, policy software, access
control capabilities, virus and malware control, application integration configuration,
proposed in the implementation would promote a healthy environment.
With the aid of MSDN (2013), Windows Server Essential (2013), and Microsoft
Mid-Size and Small Business Center (2012), installation and implementation of the
information system went according to plan with no deviations in systems analysis,
design, description, or implementation of the project. All goals and objectives were
accomplished, as noted in Description of the Project, which resulted in a refined
software and hardware infrastructure, producing faster and errorless processing.
Timelines and scheduling beat the fourteen-day deadline by three days, and except for
two HP Notebooks being added to the project deliverables for outside sales, no other
changes, problems or unanticipated requirements or components were needed or
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encountered. Project development ensured the newest technology, the best
infrastructure, and integration of all components and applications of the information
system, producing effective results and a successful conclusion.
Inasmuch as new funding in excess of the original $103,000, has been allocated
through reserves for expansion and growth, to complement and show good will,
Systems, Inc., has revised the deliverable project date, based on preliminary findings,
from 140 days to 120 days or less. This will bring the new system online earlier than
expected and enhance the credibility of both parties to one of greater trust and
understanding based on their mutual consent of loyalty in the relationship.
New Project Development Summary
Item Proposed Dates Days
1.0 Genrays HRIS System Project 02/01/14 - 04/22/14 57
1.1 Initiation 02/01/14 - 02/12/14 9
1.1.1 Evaluation & Recommendations 02/01/14 - 02/04/14 3
1.1.2 Develop Project Charter 02/05/14 - 02/07/14 3
1.1.3 Deliverable Submit Charter 02/10/14 - 02/10/14 1
1.1.4 Project Sponsor Reviews 02/11/14 - 02/11/14 1
1.1.5 Charter Signed and Approved 02/12/14 - 02/12/14 1
1.2 Planning 02/13/14 - 02/27/14 11
1.2.1 Create preliminary Scope 02/13/14 - 02/17/14 3
1.2.2 Determine Project Team 02/18/14 - 02/20/14 3
1.2.3 Project Team Kickoff Meeting 02/21/14 - 02/21/14 1
1.2.4 Develop Project Plan 02/24/14 - 02/25/14 2
1.2.5 Submit Project Plan 02/26/14 - 02/26/14 1
1,2,6 Milestone Project Plan Approval 02/27/14 - 02/27/14 1
1.3 Execution 02/28/14 - 04/08/14 28
1.3.1 Project Kickoff Meeting 02/28/14 - 02/28/14 1
1.3.2 Verify User Requirements 03/03/14 - 03/03/14 1
1.3.3 Design & Implement HRIS System 03/04/14 - 03/11/14 6
1.3.4 Design & Implement Payroll Funct 03/12/14 - 03/19/14 6
1.3.5 Procure Hardware / Software 03/20/14 - 03/24/14 3
1.3.6 Integrate FRS, HRIS & Payroll 03/25/14 - 03/28/14 4
1.3.7 Install Integration 03/31/14 - 04/01/14 2
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1.3.8 Testing Phase 04/02/14 - 04/03/14 2
1.3.9 Install Live System 04/04/14 - 04/07/14 2
1.3.10 Go Live 04/08/14 - 04/08/14 1
1.4 Control 04/09/14 - 04/14/14 4
1.4.1 Project Management 04/09/14 - 04/09/14 1
1.4.2 Project Status Meetings 04/10/14 - 04/10/14 1
1.4.3 Risk Management 04/11/14 - 04/11/14 1
1.4.4 Update Project Mgmt. Plan 04/14/14 - 04/14/14 1
1.6 Closeout 04/15/14 - 04/21/14 5
1.5.1 Audit Procurement 04/16/14 - 04/16/14 1
1.5.2 Doc Lessons Learned 04/17/14 - 04/17/14 1
1.5.3 Testing Phase 04/18/14 - 04/18/14 1
1.5.4 Install Live System 04/21/14 - 04/21/14 1
1.5.5 Archive Files / Documents 04/22/14 - 04/22/14 1

Note: Proposed Dates are in Working Calendar Days, and Days are in actual days
worked.

HRIS MAJOR DELIVERABLES
Project Charter.
New HRIS System
HRSIS System with Payroll functions integrated
New FRS and newer HRIS infrastructure Integrate
Human Resources (Fig 1.1)
Hardware, Printers, peripherals, Software (Fig 1.4)
HRIS Milestone Schedule
Project Plan Approval
Project Closure
Major: Project Charter

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Approval Requirements
Executive Sponsors and CEO indicate project must be complete with all system
components functional after W2s for 2013 are issued and before year end closing in the
year 2014.
Project manager
Tom Irvine, Project Manager
Authorized by
Rory Genhardt, CEO
___________________________________________________
GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Project Scope Statement

Project Objective

To implement and integrate, Genrays FRS system and the HRIS system with payroll
functions giving one all-in-one infrastructure that will be conducive with all
applications and subsystems and allow a smooth transition and flow of information to
the appropriate related systems with ease and trouble-free environment in a timely
manner.
HRIS Major Deliverables (Redundant)
Project Charter.
New HRIS System
HRSIS System with Payroll functions integrated
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New FRS and newer HRIS infrastructure Integrated
Human Resources (Fig 1.1)

Hardware, Printers, peripherals, Software (Fig 1.4)

Milestones

Technical Requirements
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to a new Network.
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to all PCs on the Network.
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to all Printers on the Network.
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to all Laptops on the Network.
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to SQL R2 database on the
Network.

Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to Server 2013 Essential on
the Network.

Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to all peripherals on the
Network.
Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to Server 2013 Essential on
the Network.

Implement, upgrade, integrate and provide connectivity to all peripherals on the
Network.



Limits, Exclusions, and Constraints
Meet the goals necessary for the new initiative to start after W2s are issued and
completed before year-end closing in the year 2014.
Confirm regularly with intermediate payments to assure a budget of between $300,00
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and $400,00 is a realistic figure that GenRays can absorb without difficulty and in a
timely manner, since the original budget was $103,000.
Project must adhere to PMBOK Guide, fifth edition, 2013 and ANSI 2012.
Customer Review
Rory Genhardt, CEO


Customer Requirements (Redundant) See

Statement of Work
Project Deliverables
Human Resources (Fig 1.4)
Hardware, Printers, Peripherals, Software (Fig 1.4)


Acceptance Criteria
Work Breakdown Structure
___________________________________________________
WBS DESCRIPTION RESPOSIBLE DELIVERABLES
Item
___________________________________________________
Title of Project: GenRays HRIS
___________________________________________________
1.0 HRS Implement Package #1 Resource Project HRIS
1.1 Plan, Design, Develop
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1.2 Implement
2.0 Payroll Functions Package #2 Resource Project Payroll
2.1 Plan, Design Develop
2.2 Implement
2.0 Integration Package #3 Resource Project Integration
2.1 Plan, Design, Develop
2.2 Integrate HRIS & Payroll
2.3 Integrate FRS & HRIS
___________________________________________________
1. GenRays HRIS System Project
1.1 Initiation
1.1.1 Evaluation & Recommendations
1.1.2 Develop Project Charter
1.1.3 Deliverable: Submit Project Charter
1.1.4 Project Sponsor Reviews Project Charter
1.1.5 Project Charter Signed/Approved
1.2 Planning
1.2.1 Create Preliminary Scope Statement
1.2.2 Determine Project Team
1.2.3 Project Team Kickoff Meeting
1.2.4 Develop Project Plan
1.2.5 Submit Project Plan
1.2.6 Milestone: Project Plan Approval
1.3 Execution
1.3.1 Project Kickoff Meeting
1.3.2 Verify & Validate User Requirements
1.3.3 Design HRIS System
1.3.4 Design Payroll Functions
1.3.5 Procure Hardware/Software
1.3.6 Integrate HRIS & Payroll Functions
1.3.7 Install Integrated HRIS & Payroll System
1.3.8 Testing Phase
1.3.9 Install Live System
1.3.10 User Training
1.3.11 Go Live
1.4 Control
1.4.1 Project Management
1.4.2 Project Status Meetings
1.4.3 Risk Management
1.4.4 Update Project HRIS Plan
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1.5 Closeout
1.5.1 Audit Procurement
1.5.2 Document Lessons Learned
1.5.3 Update Files/Records
1.5.4 Gain Formal Acceptance
1.5.5 Archive Files/Documents

Project Boundaries
The point in time between initiating the Project on February 1, 2014 and
closing the Project 140 days later on June 20, 2014 .
Project Assumptions
Elements of the project, including resource availability, funding,
weather, timing of related events, and availability of vendors are believed to
be accurate and true with emphasis on the events, actions, concepts, and
ideas, which have been accessed in a positive light.



GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Initial defined risks and Constraints
___________________________________________________
Likelihood Degree
of

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Occurrence Impact Action
Risk Impact (L,M,H) (L,M,H) Trigger Responsibility Response Plan
___________________________________________________
High Unknown H Unknown Planning Undiscoverable
___________________________________________________
Key L Low, M = Medium, H = High
Money contingences L

















GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
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Project Approval
Approved by the Project Sponsor
_Rory Genhardt, CEO____ Date__February 3, 2014__
The project sponsor signs the project charter. This sign-off provides the
Project Manager with the authority to move forward and serves as the
official notification of the start of the project.






Stake Holders Work Resources and Costs (Fig 1.1)
CEO & Committee Chair - Rory 20 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 75.00 $18,000.00
Director of Operations (PM) - Tom 40 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 150.00 $72,000.00
Director HR - Ashley 20 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 40.00 $9,600.00
Audits - Cameron 5 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 40.00 $2,400.00
Human Resources - Madison 10 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 45.00 $5,400.00
Sales - Ryan 10 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 75.00 $9,000.00
Human Resources - Alex 1o Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 75.00 $9,000.00
Production & Planning - Jesse 10 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 70.00 $8,400.00
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Production & Purchasing - Shea 10 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 65.00 $7,800.00
Ashton Design & Technical Support 30 hrs Per Wk x 12 @ 75.00 $27,000.00
Works - Carson 5 Hrs Ea Wk x 12 @ 55.00 $3,300.00
Rylee Plant Manager Site 1 35 Hrs Per Wk x 12 @ 120.00 $50,400.00
Tyler Plant Manager Site 2 35 Hrs Per Wk x 12 @ 120.00 $50,400.00
Microsoft Sales Rep 10 Hrs Per Wk x 12 Included _
Microsoft - Technical 20 Hrs Per Wk x 12 Included _
Hewlett Packard - Sales Rep 10 Hrs Per Wk x 12 Included _
Hewlett Packard - Technical 20 Hrs Per Wk x 12 Included _
Total Projected Human Resource Cost 240 Hrs x 12 @ 1005.00 $272,700.00

Project Timeline and Scheduling_(Fig 1.2)
Project Task
Duration
Outcome Start Date End Date
Preliminary Investigation 2 Days Met Goal 2/3/2014 2/4/2014
System Analysis / Rationale 2 Days Met Goal 2/3/2014 2/4/2014
Committee / Share Holders Meeting 1 Day Met Goal 2/5/2014 2/5/2014
Project Initiation / Planning 1 Day Met Goal 2/2/2014 2/2/2014
Procure HW & SW 2 Days Met Goal 2/5/2014 2/7/2014
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Project Task
Duration
Outcome Start Date End Date
Create project schedule 1 Day Met Goal 2/7/2014 2/7/2014
Define General Requirements 1 Day Met Goal 2/7/2014 2/7/2014
Define Security Requirements 1 Day Met Goal 2/7/2014 2/7/2014
Configure HP SBS Server 2008 1 Day Met Goal 2/8/2014 2/8/2014
Configure SQL Data Base Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/9/2014 2/9/2014
Configure Backup Recovery Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/9/2014 2/9/2014
Configure Volume Policy Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/9/2014 2/9/2014
Configure Application Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/9/2014 2/9/2014


Project Task
Duration
Outcome Start Date End Date
Malware / Anti-Virus Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/10/2014 2/10/2014
Windows 7 Profession Integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/10/2014 2/10/2014
External Storage integration 1 Day Met Goal 2/10/2014 2/10/2014
Configure Net Work Infrastructure 1 Day Met Goal 2/11/2014 2/11/2014
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Project Task
Duration
Outcome Start Date End Date
Set PC Permissions 1 Day Met Goal 2/11/2014 2/11/2014
Test and Validate System 1 Day Met Goal 2/12/2014 2/12/2014
Change, Control & Communications 1 Day Met Goal 2/12/2014 2/12/2014
Deliver the Project 1 Day Met Goal 4/01/2014 4/01/2014
Close the Project 1 Day Met Goal 2/13/2014 2/13/2014
Web Design Training & Education 30 days On Going
System Training & Education 30 Days On Going
Quality Assurance & Control 6 Months On Going
Monitor Change, Risk, Performance 6 Months On Going

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT (Fig 3)
Project Development
Task

Changes? Reason Explanation
Project Report Summary No Initial Response System Background
Review of Other Work Yes Not Same Configuration of Systems Generalized
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Project Development
Task

Changes? Reason Explanation
Preliminary Investigation No Initial Response Assessment
Systems Rationale No Justified
Systems Analysis No Design Proficient & Detailed
Project Initiation No Approved Planning Committee/Stakeholders
Project Description No Clarify & Validate Preliminary Investigation
Goals and Objectives No Accomplished
Timeline & Scheduling Yes Beat 14 day Deadline by 3 days
Project Deliverables Yes Add Two HP DV7-3288 Laptops @ $600.00 Each
Project Planning Checklist Yes Subtract Beat Initial Time by 30 days








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PROJECT DELIVERABLES AND COSTS (Fig 1.4)
Hardware, Software, Applications, Subscription, White Papers
Item
Quantity
GenRays HRIS.
Project Deliverables
Systems, Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total
30 Each
HP PC6, Wind 8
Ultimate Desk Top
Computer

30 @ $1300 30 @ $900 $ 27,000.00
30 Each
HP 20 2371d LED
Monitors

30 @ $300 30 @ $200 $ 6,000.00
6 Each
HP Color 555on
LaserJet Printer

6 @ $2,400 6 @ $3,500 $ 14,400.00
1 Each
HP DL380P Gen8
SBS Server HW &
SW

$14,000 $10,000 $ 10,000.00
1 Each
Microsoft 2008
SQL R2 Data Base
Integrated
Ultimate SW

$5,000 $ 3,500 $ 3,500.00
1 Lot
Miscellaneous
Peripherals;
Malware, Antivirus
Subscriptions

$2,000 $2,000 $ 2,000.00
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Item
Quantity
GenRays HRIS.
Project Deliverables
Systems, Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total
1 lot Miscellaneous
Wiring, Adapters
Connectors

$1,000 $1,000 $ 1,000.00
1 Set
Volume
Security Policy,
Standards,
Guidelines,
Procedures
Subscription

$2000 $2000 $ 2000.00

PROJECT DELIVERABLES and COSTS (Fig 1.4)
Hardware, Software, Applications, Subscription, White Papers
Item
Quantity
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total
1
Month
Training,
Education:
Networking,
Operating Sys,
Security,
SW, HW

$5000 $5000 $ 5,000 .00
1
Month

Training: Web
Site Design &
Development

$3000 $3000 $ 3,000 .00
6
Months
Quality Assurance
Action on Quality
Control

Included
6
Months
Monitoring:
Change, Risks,
Performance,
Evaluation

Included
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Item
Quantity
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total
2 Days Implement Project
Charter


Included
1 Day

Provide Manuals
Hard Ware,
Software,
Operating System
Networking

Included





PROJECT DELIVERABLES and COSTS (Fig 1.4)

Item
Quantity
GenRays HRIS
Project Deliverables
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total
1 Day Provide Manuals
Data Base Server
2008

Included
1 Day Provide Manuals
SBS Sever 2008

Included
7 Days Labor Resource
Members


$272,700.00
7 Days Provide Additional
Expertise and Man
Power as Needed

Included
7 Days Provide Building
Access After Hours

Included
7 Days Install,
Implement,
Integrate,
Execute Project
$ 30,000 $30,000 $ 30,000.000
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Item
Quantity
GenRays HRIS
Project Deliverables
Systems Inc.
Project Deliverables
Project Costs
Retail
Project Costs
OEM
Project Costs
Total






Totals

Total OEM
Costs
Total Retail
Costs
Total HRIS
Project Costs






GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
GenRYAYS MATRIX TEMPLETE (Fig 1.5)
Project Management Knowledge
Areas
Recommended
Tool(s)
Justification for Tool


Project Integration Management
Expert Judgment
Facilitation Technique
Produce Project Management Plan



Project Scope Management
Expert Judgment
Meetings

Scope Management Plan
Requirements Management Plan


Project Time Management
Expert Judgment
Decomposition
Rolling Wave
Planning
Activity List. Activity Attributes,
Milestone List


Project Quality Management
Cost Benefit Analysis
Cost of quality
7 Basic Quality tools
Benchmarking
Quality Management Plan,
Process Improvement Plaaaan
Quality Metrics
Quality Checklists
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Design of Experiments
Statistical Sampling
Additional quality
Planning Tools
Meetings
Project Documents Updates


Project Cost Management
Expert Judgment,
Analytical Techniques
Meetings
Provides clarity as to how project teams
will determine which type of
requirements need to be collected for the
project


Project Communications Management
Communication
analysis, technology,
Models & Methods
Meetings
Communication Management Plan,
Project Documents Update


Project Human Resource Management
Organization Charts
and Position
Descriptions
Networking
Organizational Theory
Expert Judgment
Meetings
Human Resource ManagementbPlan


Project Risk Management
Analytical Techniques
Expert Judgment,
Meetings
Risk Management Plan


Project Procurement Management
Make or Buy analysis
Expert Judgment
Marketing Research
Meetings
Procurement Management Plan, SOW,
documents, Selection Criteria, Make-
one-Buy, Change Requests, Project
Documents Update


Project Stakeholder Management
Communications
Methods.
Interpersonal Skill
Management Skills
Issue Log, Change Requests, PM Plan,
Project Doc Updates, Organizational
Process Assets Updates


PROJECT PLANNING CHECKLIST (Fig 1.6x)
To access the GenRays Project Schedule Planning Checklist, and Critical Path.
Click on the Excel Icon
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@MGT2 Plan.xlsx










GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
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GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Glossary
Annualized Loss Expectancy (ALE) - The expected monetary loss that can be
expected for an asset due to a risk over a one year period. It is defined as: ALE = SLE *
ARO: Where SLE is the Single Loss Expectancy and ARO is the Annualized Rate of
Occurrence.

Doing it their way Haphazardly, without thought or condition.
Enterprise - A project or undertaking, one that is difficult or requires effort.
FRS - Financial Record System.
Guidelines Determines a course of action.
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HRIS Human Recourse Information System.
Intrusion Detection System (IDS) A software application or device that monitors
system or network for policy violations or malicious activities and produces reports to a
management.

IT Information Technology.
Policy - Principle or protocol to guide decision & achieve rational outcomes.
Standard - Any norm, convention or requirement.
Up-to-speed Current.








GenRays HUMAN RESOUCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
Appendix 1: According to Altius IT (2013), Policy Collection Security is
Network Security Policies
Account Management Policy
Acquisition and Procurement Policy
Admin Special Access Policy
Anti-Malware Policy
Asset Management Policy
Audit Trails Policy
Backup Policy
Bluetooth Policy
Certification and Accreditation Policy
Change Management Policy
Data Integrity Policy
Data Marking Policy
Data Privacy Policy
Data Retention Policy
Incident Response Security Policies
and Plans
Incident Response Plan
Incident Response Policy
Intrusion Detection Policy

Security Governance Policies
Acceptable Use Policy
Audit Policy
Documentation Policy
E-mail Policy
Green Computing Policy
HIPAA and HITECH Policy
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Disposal Policy
Domain Controller Policy
Domain Name System Policy
E-commerce Policy
Encryption Policy
Firewall Policy
Guess Access Policy
Hardware and Software Maintenance
Identification and Authentication
Logical Access Controls Policy
Network Access Policy
Network Address Policy
Network Configuration Policy
Network Documentation Policy
Internet Connection Policy
Logging Policy
Password Usage Policy
Patch Management Policy
Personnel Security Policy
Physical Access Security Policy
Physical Security Policy
Removable Media Policy
Remote Access Policy
Router Security Policy
Securing Information Systems Policy
Securing Sensitive Information Policy
Security Monitoring Policy
Security Policy
Server Certificates Policy
Server Hardening Policy
Software Licensing Policy
System Security Plan
System Update Policy
User Privilege Policy
Vendor Access Policy
Wireless Access Policy
Workstation Security Policy
IT Governance Policy
IT Management Policy
Mass Communication Policy
Mergers and Acquisitions
Policy
Outsourcing Policy
Portable Computing Policy
Privacy Policy
Production Input Output
Controls Policy
Reporting Violations Policy
Securing Information Systems
Policy
Security Controls Review
Policy
Security Awareness and
Training Policy
Security Awareness and
Training Plan
Smartphone and Mobile
Device Policy
Social Networking Security
Policy
Staffing Policy
Terms and Definitions Policy
Third Party Providers Policy

Risk Management Policies
Business Impact Policy
Compliance Policy
Data Classification Policy
Quality Assurance Policy
Risk Assessment Policy
Risk Management Policy

Business Continuity Policies and Plans
Business Continuity Resumption Plan
Business Continuity Communications Plan
Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Plan
Business Continuity Department Plan
Business Continuity Plan
Business Continuity Policy

Application Security Policies
Application Implementation Policy
Approved Application Policy
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Secure Software Development Lifecycle
Software Development Policy
System Development Policy



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