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Unlike external risk factors that can affect
the success of a large-scale change project-such as lacking executive sponsorship,
poor communication with the workforce, or
requirements unable to be met by the new
solution-your willingness to participate
as an active team member is under
your control. The project will require teamwork of all of us, at all levels. Those of us
not on the project team are critical stakeholders who will be asked to provide valuable feedback and communicate our system
requirements and responsibilities. Our collective engagement will drive and maintain
project momentum. A unified, organizational
team effort will ensure details are not overlooked, requirements are understood, and
modernized capabilities are delivered.
The Project Team is communicating
with the workforce in many ways. Cluster
Coordinators have been appointed from
each of the six clusters to help ensure that

both cluster expertise and appropriate
agency staff participate and contribute their
knowledge to the project. The Coordinators
help ensure that OCFO staff experts are
invited to participate in the various workshops, deep dives, and user story sessions.
Please take time to read all project communications, as they will be vital to understanding the project's plans, impact and
status, and engage positively when asked to
take part in those activities.
The benefits of the new system will take
our agency and operations to a new level. It
will bring us closer to realizing our vision of
"Best in Class" and is a great opportunity
to work together as a cohesive team across
the enterprise to accomplish a transformation in our technology and operations. It will
propel our agency to the next level, but it
cannot be done without teamwork. The success will be ours to share, as a team.

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