Business Process Reengineering (BPR)
What is Business Process Reengineering?
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is the practice of rethinking and redesigning the way work is done to achieve improvements in critical measures of performance – such as cost, quality and service – to better support an organization's mission. BPR enables EI&E to help shape a leaner, more integrated and simplified business environment that rapidly innovate and adapt to seamlessly address the needs of the Department.
Successful implementation of a BPR effort depends on three pillars:
- Deep understanding and familiarity with an organization’s mission, requirements, and dynamics;
- Clear capability vision, involvement, and support from senior leadership, sustained by a “capacity for action”;
- Intelligent leveraging of information technology as a dynamic and scalable tool.
A BPR effort begins with understanding what is necessary to achieve a required functional capability. To achieve this understanding, BEI performs in-depth analysis of a functional business area’s inputs, outputs, processes, and requirements then works to leverage existing resources and processes, and if necessary, identify solutions to achieve improvements in critical measures of performance -- such as cost, quality and service.
Prior EI&E business process reengineering efforts conducted by BSI include:
- Real Property Inventory Requirements (RPIR)
- Real Property Construction in Process Requirements (RPCIPR)
- Real Property Acceptance Requirements (RPAR)
- Enterprise Energy Information Management (EEIM)
- Environmental Liabilities Recognition, Valuation, and Reporting Requirements (ELRV&R)
- Hazardous Materials Process Controls and Information Management (HMPC&IM)
- Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) Economic Adjustment Database (EADSII)
- Military Construction (MilCon) Dashboard