HCR121 (2017 Regular Session) Dashboard


HCR121 DASHBOARD >> DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES - IN USE
Agency Application Description PMO Moderization Status Loss Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Finding Type Replacement Cost Replaced By Key
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Designated Alligator Collection Internal application that is used by Rockefeller office to produce permits for the collection of alligator eggs. This application issues roughly 400 Alligator Egg Permits to individuals who gather Alligator Eggs in the marsh. Permits sell for $25 each. Not Started 3 - High Impact This application keeps up with the roughly $10,000 it collects per year. Permits could still be produced manually for and therefore a potential degradation of services to constituents from undetermined potential efficiencies lost. Normal 49K-100K OEPT-287
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Employee Roster Maintains Enforcement employee information used by the Timesheet system. This application is a listing of all DWF law enforcement officers, rankings, and other related information. This application is referenced by the other enforcement applications. In-Progress 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. This is an internal facing application. Potential degradation of services to constituents from undetermined potential efficiencies lost. Key 49K-100K OEPT-293
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Seafood Inspection This application is used to tracking seafood coming across state lines. The driver must call DWF to get a permit number and relay information about what type of seafood, how much, where is it going, etc. If the driver is stopped after crossing state lines there could be a citation written for not being permitted to deliver seafood to or through Louisiana. Scans and uploads forms submitted by agents. In-Progress 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. This is an internal facing application. Potential degradation of services to constituents from undetermined potential efficiencies lost. Key 49K-100K OEPT-294
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Timesheet Timesheet information is cross-referenced with data from Enforcement citation system. This application imports data that is scanned from law enforcement officers’ handwritten timesheets and allows for correction. It is used to cross-reference duties in the citation system. Depending on the duty, grant funding may be used to pay the salary of the agents. In-Progress 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. This is an internal facing application. Potential degradation of services to constituents from undetermined potential efficiencies lost. Key 49K-100K OEPT-295
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Jea Patrol Mobile application that is used to keep track of Enforcement Agents' contact information with vessel operators and dealers. This mobile app built for iPads is used by LDWF Law Enforcement officers to collect data from offshore vessels that is used by NOAA. NOAA funds the hours and supplies needed for these services. This is a 32-bit application that will not be compatible with the future Apple iOS updates. In-Progress 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. This is an internal facing application. Potential degradation of services to constituents from undetermined potential efficiencies lost. Key 500K-1M OEPT-307
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Motor Boat Licensing & Registration Internal facing application that allows for the registration and titling of all water craft. All motorized vessels/watercraft must be registered in Louisiana. This application keeps with the history of each boat, registered owners, and renewals. There are over 300,000 registered boats each year. The price to register a boat starts at $53.00 and goes up depending on the length of the boat. Boat registrations are valid for three years. In-Progress 3 - High Impact An average of $85,000 per week would be lost in revenue generation if the motorboat application was unavailable. The motorboat application brings close to $4.5M per year. The public would not be able to register/transfer a boat without this system. Key 500K-1M OEPT-314
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Oyster lease Internal application that tracks oyster fishing leases within State territorial waters. This application is a stand-alone application on a stand-alone server that is EOL without redundancy. To harvest oysters in Louisiana you must either lease water bottoms or use public oyster grounds. This application keeps up with 400,000+ acres of leased water bottoms that are leased at a rate of $3.00 per acre. Not Started 3 - High Impact An average of $25,000 per week would be lost in revenue if the Oyster Lease application was unavailable. Public that owns Oyster Leases would not have access for information nor be able to transfer or renew their leases causing their livelihoods to be at risk. Key 100K-500K OEPT-320
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Oyster Tag Sales Internal facing application that acts as an inventory system for oyster tags. This system acts as the inventory and sales tracking system for all Oyster Tag Sales statewide. DWF sells roughly 3.4 million oyster tags per year. Each sack requires 1 tag. The price varies depending on the number of tags purchased. $0.45 under 100 tags; $0.25 100-999 tags; $0.15 1000+ tags, personalized tags are sold at a minimum of 6000+ for $0.15 plus a setup fee. Not Started 3 - High Impact Potential undeterminable economic impact due to efficiencies lost. Commercial oyster fishermen would still be able to purchase the oyster tags from the Agency. Staff could still sell tags but would need to record information on paper to be compiled for tracking later. Normal 49K-100K OEPT-321
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries www.wlf.louisiana.gov This is the main website for the agency. It provides information to the public on the agency as well as access to regulations, rules, and links to other hunting/fishing activities. Without the public facing website, the public would not have the link to purchase hunting and fishing licenses. Complete 3 - High Impact WLF could potentially lose $77,000 per week that this is not available. The website brings in roughly $4 million a year in revenue. In person sales at stores or WLF regional offices would be unaffected. Access to seasonal information about hunting/fishing/boating would be unavailable. Citizens wishing to purchase hunting and or fishing licenses would have to go to agency regional offices or stores that sell licenses. Normal 100K-500K OEPT-331