Integration position - REPEALED (Knowledge base)

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This position paper was repealed on 6 June 2018

This position relates to and should be read in conjunction with the Integration QGEA policy.

The following targets express a progressive population of the integration register, starting with external and cross-agency integration points, then moving to internal integrations.

Ref #

Target

Compliance date

1

Agencies must maintain a register of all external and cross-agency integration points as per the integration register tool provided.

31 December 2010

2

Agencies must report all external and cross-agency integration points via the integration register tool annually to the QGCIO.

Annually from 30 June 2011

3

Agencies must maintain a register of all internal integration points as per the integration register tool provided.

31 December 2011

Business Impact of an endpoint application or technology is defined and calculated as per the agencies ICT Baseline business impact assessment data.  High refers to a score above 3.2 and Medium refers to a score ranging between 1.6 and 3.2.

These targets apply to all agencies in the scope of the related QGEA policy. If an agency believes that a target is not applicable to their context, or delivery constraints means the deadline for the target cannot be met, they may apply for an exception to the target.

Reporting requirements

Agencies, as a minimum, must report to the Queensland Government Chief Information Office (QGCIO) via the Integration Register Tool annually all cross-agency and external integration points.

Issue and review

This QGEA position paper is published within the QGEA and is administered by the QGCIO. It was developed by the Queensland Government Chief Technology Office and approved by the Queensland Government Chief Information Officer on 12 March 2010.


Last Reviewed: 27 June 2018

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