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Effective June 1, 2016, the CCWIS regulations require CCWIS automated functions be developed using a modular design.

This webinar, sponsored by the Children’s Bureau’s Division of State Systems, features Statewide Automated Child Welfare Information System leadership staff from four states in a panel discussion about managing project scope.

This state panel discussed options for implementing the National Electronic Interstate Compact Enterprise (NEICE). NEICE is the electronic exchange of data regarding the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC). New York staff shared their perspective on using the NEICE Case Management System (CMS) and Ohio staff shared their perspective on incorporating ICPC functionality in the state system with a direct data exchange with the NEICE clearinghouse. In addition, representatives from APHSA answered questions related to the NEICE clearinghouse and to CMS. This webinar concluded with a question and answer session about both options.

Delaware’s FOCUS project uses a hybrid Agile approach that incorporates Agile practices while keeping within the parameters of typical fixed-scope projects. The FOCUS project is driven by engaged stakeholders, a consistent emphasis on scope, and disciplined monitoring of plans and progress.

What are modular procurement and agile development? Why are they often discussed with modular designs?

  • Modular procurement: Breaking up large, monolithic procurements into smaller modules to reduce risk
  • Agile development: An iterative method of making software that focuses on delivering valuable software to users early and often

 

This document provides answers to common questions concerning the CCWIS NPRM.