The Joint Team is continually implementing all relevant tasks in the FMIS timeline; in which divided into five stages. In the stage of elaboration, which is second stage of five, the Joint Team has worked actively on business process; change management; reviewing and discussing on budget classification and chart of account (COA); organizing training and workshops; and preparing FMIS infrastructure for the FMIS.
The newsletter #1 was issued in early May, 2014, to provide the most up-to-date information related to the FMIS project progress and significant information for FMIS key and relevant officials. The officials may refer to FMIS website to download this newsletter #1. Together with this, the team finished all FMIS website’s contents and details in Khmer version for the FMIS website, but the English version will be coming soon. The draft of the communication strategy and plan has been finalized and attracted constructive comments from the MEF’s team as well as the FMIS advisors on how to implement FMIS smoothly and successfully.
The FMIS Joint Team in charge of business process already documented current business process, which is required to be signed by relevant departments’ representatives in the last week of May 2014. The next task is to prepare and design the To-be business process for the use in FMIS system. Meanwhile, the infrastructure team completed the design for Data Centre (DC) and Data Recover Centre (DRC) layout such as location of power generator, heating units, and network structure of DC and DRC room. Additionally, official documents for DC and DRC’s equipment import that need to be cleared through customs and excise office were completed. The DC will start to be built in early June 2014 and is planned to be finished soon.
Currently, the team is preparing to conduct some basic trainings on FMIS system design and installation such as On-the-Job training of Instance Installing, Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration, and Oracle Database 11g Administration for IT technical and application technical teams, which will be held in June and July 2014.
Officials who have read the information above, please help in passing on such information to other relevant officials to prepare for the coming FMIS system implementation, which is a major support system for the PFMRP.
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