Office of Systems Integration
Staff Management Plan
FIGURE 2 - STAFFING ESTIMATES BY PHASE (Sample)
Staffing Assumptions and Constraints
Discuss any assumptions and constraints associated with the staffing estimates described in the previous section.
Include an organizational chart of the project. If desired, it may be moved to an appendix.
The Project Office is a matrix organization with staff from the Sponsor organization, OSI, and consultant staff. The FSR or the APD detail the staffing requirements for the project.
State Staff Acquisition
State staff will be acquired using the normal state hiring process. Position descriptions and minimum qualifications will be prepared and processed through the normal OSI Human Resources channels. The Project Office coordinates with OSI Human Resources to determine the appropriate staff classification, advertise the position, schedule the interviews, and select the staff.
Allow a 90-day timeline for acquisition of state staff. Staff can be acquired through other methods such as temporary redirection or reorganization. If applicable, use this section to describe other methods used.
Consultants will be utilized on the project when state staff does not possess the necessary qualifications for specific focus areas or the services are of an urgent or temporary nature. The process for acquiring consulting contractors is directed by the DGS and the OSI Procurement Center. This process starts with the development of the Statement of Work (SOW) and by determining the minimum and desired qualifications. The project’s Contract