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Program Description

  Strategic Partnerships

The Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) supports innovation by bridging the gap between County departmental business partners and technology solution providers to accomplish quick and agile solutions that address longstanding technological or work challenges facing departments. The Chief Technology Officer oversees this office and manages business process reengineering and maintains a consulting relationship with all department partners. OSP directs the planning to ensure alignment of required goals to support enterprise business demands. OSP focuses on envisioning how departmental technology and business needs can be better supported to improve service to our customers. OSP establishes Cloud governance, architecture, and best practices, and implements Cloud solutions. This office pushes technology services from an administrative, back-office function to a strategic partner for departments in innovating service to residents.

OSP manages DevOps & Server Support, Employee Productivity Services, Enterprise Cloud Solutions, Enterprise Services, Infrastructure & Cloud Services, and Low Code Governance and Administration, which manages the deployment and governance of low code platforms to meet aggressive delivery timetables of applications and for faster iterative updates, while deploying to the customer or public end-users.

Program Contacts

Contact Leny Bautista of the Department of Technology and Enterprise Business Solutions at 240.777.2865 or Seamus McNamara of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.277.2755 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.


Program Performance Measures

Program Performance MeasuresActual FY22Actual FY23Estimated FY24Target FY25Target FY26
Average monthly Enterprise Service Bus data transfers 1251,824230,114255,000270,000280,000
1  In FY22, although the number of interfaces increased to 550 from 500, the monthly average statistics decreased because several high frequency run jobs were retired. For FY23, metrics went down due to several high frequency run jobs being retired. For FY24, expecting approximately 5-10% new interfaces increase annually.

Program Budget Changes

FY25 Recommended ChangesExpendituresFTEs
FY24 Approved839986528.00
Enhance: Azure Solution for Disaster Recovery & Archive, Incident Response Logging, EST, ID, .NET Conversion9608000.00
Increase Cost: 3 positions were transferred from the Office of Human Resources to TEBS including increased costs for contractor services7578891.60
Increase Cost: Microsoft Unified Support Service Contract Increase5434000.00
Increase Cost: KnowledgeLake Subscription105640.00
Multi-program adjustments, including negotiated compensation changes, employee benefit changes, changes due to staff turnover, reorganizations, and other budget changes affecting multiple programs.10273031.40
FY25 Recommended1169982131.00