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File #: 2013-0224    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/10/2013 In control: Government Accountability and Oversight Committee
On agenda: Final action: 12/2/2013
Enactment date: 12/13/2013 Enactment #: 17699
Title: AN ORDINANCE establishing an accountability structure to guide the county in implementing its vision articulated in the accountable business transformation program charter approved by Motion 12364; and adding a new section to K.C.C. chapter 2.36.
Sponsors: Pete von Reichbauer
Indexes: Accountable Business Transformation ABT
Code sections: 2.36 -
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 17699.pdf, 2. 2013-0224 transmittal letter.docx, 3. 2013-0224 Report - attachment to transmittal letter.doc, 4. 2013-0224 fiscal note.xls, 5. Attachment 2 Amendment 1.doc, 6. REVISED Staff Report 2013-0224 Accountability Structure.docx, 7. Staff Report 2013-0224 Accountability Structure.docx, 8. Attachment 3 proviso.docx, 9. Attachment 4 Report on Recommendations.doc, 10. Attachment 6 Transmittal Letter.docx, 11. Attachment 5 Updated Report on Recommendations.docx
Staff: Giambattista, Jenny
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AN ORDINANCE establishing an accountability structure to guide the county in implementing its vision articulated in the accountable business transformation program charter approved by Motion 12364; and adding a new section to K.C.C. chapter 2.36.
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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Findings:
A. The accountable business transformation ("ABT") program established a single enterprise system for King County to manage its financial, human resource, payroll, time and labor and budget business and operations.
B. The implementation of Oracle EBS, Hyperion Budgeting and PeopleSoft HR and Payroll moved all agencies to a shared and, for the first time, an integrated enterprise system ("ERP"). This system enables the county to modernize and standardize its business practices and provide opportunities for continued business process improvements and efficiencies.
C. Following the implementation of the ERP on January 3, 2012, support and technical change management transitioned from the ABT program to the county's business resource center ("BRC") located in the department of executive services. The BRC is a competency center model comprised of functional and technical resources that support, stabilize and improve the applications based on direction recommended by central and agency business owners and approved by the BRC leadership team.
D. The ERP system is operational and supports the county's daily business processes.
E. In the 2013 King County Budget Ordinance, Ordinance 17476, Section 62, business resource center, Proviso P1, the council requested an ordinance be transmitted establishing an accountability structure. The executive concurs with the council on the need to establish an accountability structure to guide and support effective planning, tracking and continuous improvement of the county's central business systems.
NEW SECTION. SECTION 2. There is hereby added to K.C.C. chapter 2.36 a new section to re...

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