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Project Notification Form
Project Status and Control Report
Name of Project
PPMP20010- Assignment 1
Part A
Project Status Report
1 Project Information
Project name:
Implement a new network for South West Alliance of Regional Health
Date:
13 April 2018
Project ownership:
South West Alliance of Regional Health
Prepared by:

Distribution list:
Steve Tanic - Procurement Manager, Barwon Health
XXXXXXXXXXNeville Daffy - Supply Manager, Barwon Health
2 Gantt Chart
    WBS #
    Task & Subtask
    
    
    
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    
    7
    8
    9
    10
    1
    Analysis
    ————
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.1
    Analysis Cu
ent Network
    —
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.2
    Identify WAN Requirements
    
    —
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    1.3
    Identify WAN Requirements
    
    —
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    2
    Design Network
    
    
    ————
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    3
    Implement cabling and equipment
    
    
    ————————
    
    
    
    
    
    
    4
    Implement hyper V and storage
    
    
    
    ————————————
    
    
    
    4.1
    Implement in Geelong city
    
    
    
    —————
    
    
    
    
    
    
    4.2
    Implement in Wa
nambool city
    
    
    
    
    
    ——————
    
    
    
    5
    Testing
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    —————
    
    
    6
    Modify
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    ——
    
    
    7
    Document
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    —
    
    8
    Training
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    —
3 Variance Analysis (cost in thousands)
    Task & Subtask
    Milestone Status
    PV
    EV
    AC
    Variance %
    
    
    
    
    
    Schedule
    Cost
    Analysis
    Completed
    100
    100
    100
     0%
    0%
    Analysis Cu
ent Network
    Completed
    25
    25
    25
     XXXXXXXXXX%
    0%
    Identify WAN Requirements
    Completed
    50
    50
    50
    0%
    0%
    Identify WAN Requirements
    Completed
    25
    25
    25
    0%
    0%
    Design Network
    Completed
    50
    50
    55
    0%
    -10%
    Implement cabling and equipment
    Completed
    50
    50
    40
    0%
    20%
    Implement hyper V and storage
    In progress
    70
    40
    110
    -42.85%
    -175%
    Implement in Geelong city
    Completed
    30
    30
    50
    0%
    -66.66%
    Implement in Wa
nambool city
    In progress
    40
    10
    60
    -75%
    -500%
    Testing
    Not started
    90
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Modify
    Not started
    40
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Document
    Not started
    50
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Training
    Not started
    5
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Task Totals
    
    455
    240
    305
    -47.25%
    -27%
4 Estimate at Completion (EAC)
EAC =
5 Cost Summary
6 S Curve
7 Forecast Completion Date
Forecast completion date =
8 Milestone Report
    Milestone Task
    Scheduled Completion
    Projected Completion
    Actual Completion
    Issues
    A
    Concept review
    
    
    
    B
    Design complete and review
    
    
    
    C
    
    
    
    
    D
    
    
    
    
    E
    System testing
    
    
    
    F
    Modified
    
    
    
    G
    Final design review
    
    
    
    H
    Launch
    
    
    
9 Event Report
    Cu
ent Problem
    Potential Impact
    Co
ective Action
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
Part B
Project Controls
Task:
Provide a description of how the project will be controlled including its event driven and time driven contrallabe caterogies and configuration procedural outputs for each item categorised. (max 2 pages)
The Project Status Report is a tool used throughout the life of a project to supply information on how the project is proceeding. The report is a vital communication tool aimed at the sponso
steering committee. The report is based on the Monthly Project Report that Kerzner XXXXXXXXXXdisplays in figure 15-24 page 786.
Please complete the report for the case study (Barwon Health Infrastructure) provided within the Assessments section in the Moodle.
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EAC.
The estimate at completion (EAC) is the expected total cost of the completing all work expressed as the sum of the actual costs to date and the estimate to complete (see PMBOK 2013 p224 Table 7-1).
Cost summary.
Summarise the impact of the costs on the project and whether there is a need to redefine the risks (see PMBOK chapter 11).
Forecast Completion Date
A Forecast Completion Date is derived from the Schedule Performance Index (SPI) and forecasts the end date of the project (see AS XXXXXXXXXXpp.13-15 section XXXXXXXXXXState whether re-baselining is required and the impact.
Milestone.
Milestones are an event on a schedule which marks the completion of a key activity (Managing PRINCE XXXXXXXXXXp. 70-71).
Event Report.
Major events that the stakeholders should be made aware of are reported here (see risk management procedures 8.3.5 in Managing PRINCE2 (2009).
The Project Controls is a tool used to explain to the stakeholders of a project how the goals and objectives of the project will be met and important items or deliverables will be captured, managed and not lost by the project. The report is a vital communication tool that is used as the basis for anticipating and averting problems through the proper co
ective actions. Controls are established and then activated either by an event occu
ing or a timeframe being met. Outputs are generated as a consequence that then becomes controllable items managed by the project team. These items are classified as deliverables, configuration items, project status accounts, daily logs, and issue items. Communication between the project team and the project board or change authority is made through the control outputs and authorisations or advice managed.
The report is based on the contents of Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 (2009), A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 5th Edition XXXXXXXXXXand Kerzner Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling (2013).
Please complete the report for the case study (Barwon Health Infrastructure) provided within the Assessments section in the Moodle.
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South West Alliance of Rural Health (Barwon Health)
RFP – Storage and Compute (S&C)
Request for Proposal     XXXXXXXXXXBarwon Health Storage and Compute
Reference number:     XXXXXXXXXXRFP_ XXXXXXXXXX
Issue Date:          XXXXXXXXXX5th January 2018
Place for lodgement:     
Electronically – https:
www.tenders.vic.gov.au/tenders/index.do
Marked Att: with Reference Number.
Please note:
The Registrant’s Response (Invitation Part C) must be completed in the format specified and submitted either in person or electronically to the addresses above.
Contents
1    Introduction    4
1.1    The Organisation    4
1.1.1    The Opportunity    5
1.1.2    Scope and Future state    6
1.2    Structure of this RFP    7
2    Invitation Part A – Conditions of the RFP Process    8
2.1    Reference Schedule    8
2.1.1    Item 1: RFP reference number: RFP_ XXXXXXXXXX    8
2.1.2    Item 2: Procurement Manager    8
2.1.3    Item 3: Indicative Timetable*    8
2.1.4    Item 4: Additional materials    9
2.1.5    Item 5: Lodgement of RFPs    9
2.1.6    Item 6: Additional Rules    10
2.2    Rules governing this Invitation and the RFP Process    11
2.2.1    Application of these rules    11
2.2.2    Invitation    11
2.2.3    Communications during the RFP Process    12
2.2.4    Submission of RFPs    13
2.2.5    RFP documents    13
2.2.6    Capacity to comply with Overview of Requirements    15
2.2.7    Evaluation of RFPs    15
2.2.8    Next stage    16
2.2.9    Ethical Purchasing Policy    16
2.2.10    Victorian Industry Participation Policy Plan    16
2.2.11    Additional Rules    17
2.2.12    Registrant Wa
anties    17
2.2.13    Agency’s rights    17
2.2.14    Governing law    17
2.3    Interpretation    18
2.3.1    Definitions    18
2.4    Evaluation Criteria    19
3    Invitation Part B – Overview of Requirements – Storage and Compute, VDI and SQL    20
3.1    Scope of Work    20
3.2    Requirements Overview    20
4    Invitation Part C – Registrant’s Response    26
4.1    Executive Summary    28
4.2    Methodology    28
4.3    Capability    28
4.3.1    Business Structure.    28
4.3.2    Infrastructure and other support    28
4.3.3    Staff Resources    28
4.4    External Resources    28
4.5    Customer Service    29
4.5.1    Customer Service Plan    29
4.5.2    Benchmarking    29
4.6    Quality Systems for Deliverables    29
4.7    Risk Management    29
4.8    Innovation and Value Adding    29
4.9    Past Performance and Cu
ent Work    29
4.10    Environmental Management    30
4.11    Financial Viability    30
4.12    Insurance    32
4.13    Compliance Statement    33
4.14    Conflict of Interest    33
4.15    Pricing Schedule    34
4.16    Section A - Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI)    36
4.17    Section B - VDI Technical Requirements    48
4.18    Section B - VDI Implementation Requirements    51
4.19    Section B - VDI Handover, Testing and Post Implementation    53
4.20    Section C - Microsoft SQL Cluste
Farms    55
5    Clarification Part D    59
6    Invitation Part E – SUPPLIER CODE CONDUCT COMMITMENT    60
BARWON HEALTH - RFP – Storage and Compute, VDI and Cluste
Introduction
The Organisation
The Victorian government mandated the alliance of regional health facilities and centralised provision of ICT services into these facilities. South West Alliance of Regional Health (SWARH) was born from this joint venture agreement, resulting in an amalgamation of the alliance members’ ICT departments under a unified management team. This alliance covers an area of approximately 60,000 sq. kilometres connecting all public acute hospitals and associated health services in a region extending from west of Melbourne to the South Australian Border.
SWARH has built a network connecting 16 member and 27 customer organisations encompassing approximately 180 individual sites across South West Victoria. This connectivity is achieved using a combination of fi
e, copper and microwave networking technologies.
SWARH’s model is a private cloud based service where services are primarily delivered from central data centres. In addition to this, the virtualisation of services (servers, storage and workstations) within its core data centres is a primary focus. The centralized cloud model has increased the dependency on the underlying WAN infrastructure which delivers services from the data centres to the 16 member and 27 customer organisations.
The SWARH’s DCs deliver more than 300 applications of which more than 20 are critical clinical applications.
The Opportunity
On behalf of SWARH, Barwon Health is seeking responses to this Request for Proposal (RFP) RFP_ XXXXXXXXXXfor the provision of Storage and Compute.
Barwon Health’s specific requirements in relation to the Goods and/or Services are set out in RFP Part B of this Specification.
In issuing this RFP, Barwon Health seeks to identify a Vendor who is:
1. able to provide the Goods and/or Services required by Barwon Health in the manner set out in the Specification of either Section A, B or C. For example, Respondents can address all 3 sections of the requirements or any combination;
2. able to demonstrate a commitment and ability to working in collaboration with Barwon Health over the term of any agreed contractual period to continuously seek improvements in value, efficiency and productivity in connection with the provision of the Goods and/or Services; and
3. prepared to work with Barwon Health to continue to identify opportunities for improvement
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Implementation of New Network
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4. Calculating Estimate at Completion (EAC)
Variance Analysis
    Task & Subtask
    Milestone Status
    PV
    EV
    AC
    Variance %
    
    
    
    
    
    Schedule
    Cost
    Analysis
    Completed
    100
    100
    100
     0%
    0%
    Analysis Cu
ent Network
    Completed
    25
    25
    25
     0%
    0%
    Identify WAN Requirements
    Completed
    50
    50
    50
    0%
    0%
    Identify WAN Requirements
    Completed
    25
    25
    25
    0%
    0%
    Design Network
    Completed
    50
    50
    55
    0%
    -10%
    Implement cabling and equipment
    Completed
    50
    50
    40
    0%
    20%
    Implement hyper V and storage
    In progress
    70
    40
    110
    -42.85%
    -175%
    Implement in Geelong city
    Completed
    30
    30
    50
    0%
    -66.66%
    Implement in Wa
nambool city
    In progress
    40
    10
    60
    -75%
    -500%
    Testing
    Not started
    90
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Modify
    Not started
    40
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Document
    Not started
    50
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Training
    Not started
    5
    0
    0
    0%
    0%
    Task Totals
    
    455
    240
    305
    -47.25%
    -27%
EAC = AC + BAC – EV
AC = Actual...
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