112DFC08F0B1AE58872587E50051C188 Hearing Summary CLICS/CLICS2022A/commsumm.nsfPUBLICBILL SUMMARY For PRESENTATION FROM CDPHE ON FY 2022-23 IT CAPITAL BUDGET REQUESTJOINT COMMITTEE COMMITTEE ON JOINT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEEDate Feb 10, 2022 Location SCR 352 Presentation from CDPHE on FY 2022-23 IT Capital Budget Request - Committee Discussion Only 07:53:01 AM Representatives from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) presented to the committee on their FY 2022-23 IT Capital budget request. Representatives included: Erick Scheminske, Director of Business Operations; Michael Ogletree, Director of Air Pollution Control Division (APCD); Andrew Putnam, Environmental Information Manager; and, Kristi Labarge, Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) IT Director for CDPHE. The presentation can be found here: https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/cdphe_presentation.pdf 07:54:46 AM Mr. Scheminske provided the committee with an overview of CDPHE's budget request. He explained that the request consists of two components- the Stationary Sources Program, and the Air Pollution Data Warehouse. 07:58:40 AM Mr. Scheminske provided the committee with an overview of CDPHE's "technology health scores". 08:02:05 AM Ms. Labarge, representing the Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT), explained OIT's collaboration process with CDPHE on this project. 08:03:29 AM Ms. Labarge provided the committee with more information regarding the implementation methodology of the project. 08:04:42 AM Director Ogletree summarized CDPHE's Stationary Sources System project. He also highlighted the stakeholder engagement process for the project. 08:06:09 AM Mr. Putnam provided the committee with an explanation of the current stationary sources technology footprint, as well as a summary of the proposed architecture of the Air Stationary Sources Solution. 08:09:06 AM Mr. Putnam provided the expected timeline for the Stationary Sources project. 08:13:36 AM Mr. Scheminske explained the potential risks that the department hopes to mitigate with this project. 08:15:47 AM Director Ogletree provided closing remarks concerning the budget request. 08:19:56 AM Members of the committee inquired about the role of Colorado Digital Services (CDS) in the project. 08:21:07 AM Members of the committee asked the presenters about what community organizations have been involved in the project. Jim Reasor, Fiscal Services Manager, APCD and Water Quality Control Division, explained the stakeholder process of the project. 08:24:35 AM Members of the committee inquired about how this program compares to what other states in the country are doing in regard to tracking air pollution. 08:31:23 AM Members of the committee asked the representatives how far along they are in their change management process. 08:31:41 AM Members of the committee inquired about the proposed system's ability to interact with federal data collection.