1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Shared Services Center Stennis Space Center, MS Enterprise Service Desk Service Delivery Guide NSSDG Basic Version 1.0 October 18, 2011 October ENTERPRISE SERVICE DESK (ESD) SERVICE DELIVERY GUIDE Responsible Office: NSSC Enterprise Service Desk
2 October 18, 2011 October 18, 2016 Page 2 of 30 Approved by _/s/ Kenneth L. Newton_ Kenneth L. Newton Deputy Director Service Delivery Directorate _April 2, 2012_ Date
3 October 18, 2011 October 18, 2016 Page 3 of 30 DOCUMENT HISTORY LOG Status (Basic/Revision Cancelled) Document Version Effective Date Description of Change Basic /18/2011 Basic Release
4 October 18, 2011 October 18, 2016 Page 4 of 30 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction... 5 ITIL v3 Incident Management Process... 7 Purpose/Goal/Objective... 7 Policies/Principles/Basic Concepts... 7 Triggers... 8 Information Management... 8 Critical Success Factors... 9 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Tier 0/Enterprise Service Desk Portal Incident Severity Knowledge Base Status Warm Handoffs Processing Very Important Person Inquiries PROCESS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT ESD (Tier 1): Manual Escalation Tier 2 (I3P Contractor): METRICS PRIVACY DATA SYSTEM COMPONENTS Existing Systems New Systems APPENDICES Appendix A - Acronyms Appendix B Call Routing Appendix C - Process Flow Appendix D - References Appendix F Forms... 30
5 Page 5 of 30 Introduction The objective of the Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) is to represent the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Shared Services Center (NSSC) in providing timely, accurate, high quality, and customer focused support to NASA users. The ESD serves as the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for the NASA enterprise s initial reporting of Information Technology (IT) Incidents, Orders (For Information on orders, see Enterprise Service Request System (ESRS) Service Delivery Guide), and Notices (For information on notices, see NSSDG , ESD Notifications Service Delivery Guide) related to IT Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P) services. The purpose of the service is to provide improved, cost-effective, operational efficiencies, and standardized interfaces and processes through Incident resolution. The service helps minimize customer downtime, mitigates damage, and provides better resources to users by a comprehensive set of Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) aligned work instructions and processes. The ESD establishes and maintains a Tier 0 I3P self-service capability and Tier 1 service desk support for end-users. A Remedy Incident Management System (IMS) will be established and maintained to support customer contacts to the ESD. Specific capabilities are provided by the BMC Action Request Module (ARM) integrated with the Service Request Management and Change Management modules. The modules are endorsed as ITIL v3 compliant by the Office of Government Commerce. In the event a network or system outage prevents the electronic escalation to Tier 2 of Incidents, the ESD will follow the manual escalation process. Within the ESD, events are broken into three primary categories: 1. Incidents are events affecting the regular operation of processes and procedures. Examples: A user being locked out of the computer or a strange error message appearing during normal system operation. 2. Problems are events underlying the cause of several incidents. Example: A core configuration issue causing conflicts with resources. The goal of Problem Management is to minimize service disruptions and other adverse effects on resources. 3. Known Errors are problems without a permanent fix put in place. Example: Frequent fixes waiting on change management processes to take place. Customers make inquiries to the ESD via telephone, , or Tier 0. An Incident must be created for new customer inquiries. One hundred percent result in a Customer Satisfaction Survey. The ESD has implemented a multi-channeled service desk. Customers and contacts On Behalf Of a customer contact the ESD by: a. Calling a toll-free number: NSSC123 ( ).
6 Page 6 of 30 b. ing the ESD at c. Submitting a web inquiry through the Tier 0 ESD Portal at https://esd.nasa.gov. d. The ESD hours of operation are 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. e. The ESD menu is simple. Callers can opt to talk to ESD support personnel at any time. f. The ESD can also accept supplemental information via toll free fax: At Tier 0/Tier 1 a contact (person submitting an incident on behalf of) will be able to process an Incident for any customer (person the incident is for). Both the contact and the customer will have visibility of the incident via Tier 0. The ESD representatives possess knowledge of the NASA s I3P services and use knowledge-based tools to accurately respond to and resolve routine customer inquiries on the first call. The ESD maintains the confidentiality of proprietary, personal, and sensitive information in accordance with NASA policy and relevant and current laws and regulations. Customers access knowledge-based articles and Frequently Asked Questions generated from the NSSC s knowledge management tools at the Tier 0 web at https://esd.nasa.gov. In the event a ticket is reassigned to the ESD Assignment Group twice, the ESD staff will notify the ESD Service Office.
7 Page 7 of 30 ITIL v3 Incident Management Process The ESD is aligned with the Incident Management process from the ITIL v3 Service Operations Lifecycle stage. According to the ITIL v3 Service Operation Manual, Incident Management is presented as: Purpose/Goal/Objective The primary goal of the Incident Management process is to restore normal service operation as quickly as possible and minimize the adverse impact on business operations, thus ensuring the best possible levels of service quality and availability are maintained. Normal service operation is defined here as service operation within Service Level Management (SLA) limits. Policies/Principles/Basic Concepts Incident Management requires basic considerations such as: a. Timescales must be agreed upon for incident-handling stages based upon the overall incident response and resolution targets within SLAs. b. Incident Models is a way of pre-defining the steps taken to handle a process in an agreed upon way. c. Major Incidents a definition of what constitutes a major incident must be agreed and ideally mapped on the overall incident prioritization system.
8 Page 8 of 30 The ITIL v3 Incident Management process flow is shown in Figure 1. Start 1.1 Create and Maintain Process End Start 1.2 Identify Incident 1.3 Log Incident 1.4 Categorize Incident 1.5 Prioritize Incident 1.6 Conduct Initial Diagnosis 1.7 Escalate Incident 1.8 Investigate & Diagnose Incident 1.9 Coordinate Resolve Incident and Recover Service 1.10 Close Incident End Figure 1, ITIL v3 Incident Management Process Flow Triggers Incidents can be triggered in many ways. The most common route is when a user calls the Service Desk or completes a web-based incident logging screen. Information Management Most information used in Incident Management comes from the following sources: a. Incident Management tools containing information about: 1. Incident and problem history 2. Categories 3. Action taken to resolve incidents 4. Diagnostic scripts b. Incident Records contains: 1. Unique reference number 2. Incident classification 3. Date and time of recording
9 Page 9 of Name and identify the recorder 5. Name/organization/contact details of the affected user(s) 6. Description of the incident symptoms 7. Details of any actions taken, 8. Incident category 9. Impact 10. Urgency and priority 11. Relationship with other incidents 12. Problems 13. Changes or Known Errors 14. Closure details Incident Management also requires access to Change Management System (CMS), which helps identify the Configuration Items (CIs) affected. The Known Errors Database provides valuable information and possible resolutions and workarounds. Critical Success Factors The following factors will be critical for successful Incident Management: a. An informed Service Desk is key to successful Incident Management. b. Clearly defined targets as defined in SLAs. c. Adequate customer-oriented and technically training support staff with the correct skill levels, at all stages of the process. d. Integrated support tools to drive and control the process. Operating Level Agreement (OLA)s and Underpinning Contract (UC)s capable of influencing and shaping the correct behavior of support staff.
10 Page 10 of 30 INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Tier 0/Enterprise Service Desk Portal Purpose Incident Management deals with unplanned interruptions to an IT service or a reduction in the quality of IT service including: failures questions or queries reported by users via telephone, , face to face, or automatically detected and reported by event monitoring tools. Tier 0/ESD Portal is a user self-service tool providing an attractive and responsive alternative to the NASA user community, rather than Calling the Helpdesk. The Tier 0/ESD Portal benefits from: a. Existing knowledge b. Use of technology c. Self-help User considerations for ESD development include: a. Accessible via eauthentication b. Content Management via web services c. Accessible via existing NSSC Customer Service Web Site d. Use new and existing NASA approved technologies e. Provide password reset services f. System to be accessed by Agency community including Tier 1 and Tier 2 support personnel g. Provide access to the ESRS for catalog and service requests h. Customer surveys i. Status and fulfillment data to be sent electronically to the ESD from the I3P Contractors to support the Tier 0/ESD Portal order status implementation j. Provide for restricted areas of the ESD Portal for identified NASA users
11 Page 11 of 30 Incident Severity Severity Level 1 - A complete loss of critical business IT functions/systems/services/ applications/infrastructure where there is no work-around. Severity Level 2 - A partial degradation or loss of critical business IT functions/ systems/ services/applications/infrastructure where there is no work-around and where a number of people/organizations are affected. Severity Level 3 - A loss or degradation of non-critical business IT functions/systems/ services/applications/infrastructure where a small number of users are impacted and where there is a work-around. Severity Level 4 - A loss or degradation of non-critical business IT functions/systems/ services/applications/infrastructure to an individual where there is a workaround. Note: At the present time, Severity Level 5 is treated the same as Severity Level 4. Severity Level Response Time Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) 1 10 minutes < 2 Hours 90% of the Time. 2 Initial Communication Call Back: Within 1 Hour < 4 Hours 90% of the Time. 3 Initial Communication Call Back: Within 1 Hour < 8 Hours 90% of the Time. 4 Initial Communication Call Back: Within 1 Hour 5 Initial Communication Call Back: Within 1 Hour < 24 Hours 90% of the Time. < 24 Hours 90% of the Time.
12 Page 12 of 30 Assumptions: a. Severity Level 1 and 2 Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) will be addressed in real time. b. Severity Level 3 and 4 MTTR will be addressed during business hours. Knowledge Base The I3P Contractor is responsible for submitting knowledge articles to the knowledge database. Knowledge articles are reviewed and published by the ESD Service Monitoring Team (SMT). The ESD SMT provides necessary training to the ESD staff based on the content of the new or updated knowledge article(s). Published articles are available for the ESD user community on the Tier 0/ESD Portal. Status The ESD is responsible for the communication of Status information to I3P customers. Status message types addressed for communication include planned and unplanned service outages. The IT Infrastructure Service updates I3P customers impacted and provides timely updates concerning I3P service status/availability. Primary communication to affected user base is via an User Notification System and the Tier 0/ESD Portal. Warm Handoffs The ESD shall provide "warm handoffs" for Severity Level 1calls and in accordance with Knowledge Articles to be provided by I3P and non-i3p help desks. Processing Very Important Person Inquiries In the event a NSSC Very Important Person (VIP) or policy VIP contacts the ESD, the IT Support Agent creates an Incident automatically changing the Priority to Urgent. An SP shall place an order on behalf of VIP callers in the event of an urgent situation. Note: The ESD will assist placing an Order on behalf of for VIP callers in the event of an urgent situation. The person the order is being placed on behalf of must be a VIP. The ESD Agent executes a warm handoff to the proper I3P contractor. The incident number, customer information, and problem description is conveyed to the Tier 2 Agent. The ESD Agent conferences the VIP and the Tier 2 Agent, introduces the customer to the Tier 2 Agent and disconnects from the call.
13 Page 13 of 30 The Tier 2 I3P Contractor resolves the inquiry and marks the Incident Status as Resolved. If the Tier 2 I3P Contractor is unable to resolve the inquiry, the Tier 2 I3P Contractor contacts the proper Tier 3 I3P Vendor or reassigns to the ESD, if necessary. The NSSC VIP list is updated in Remedy by the ESD Supervisor. Additions and changes to the NSSC VIP list are approved and maintained by the NSSC Customer Satisfaction and Communications Office (CSCO).
14 Page 14 of 30 PROCESS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT Step1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Submit Inquiry Open Incident Management Ticket Answer Incident Resolve or Elevate Ticket Respond to Customer-Close Ticket Audit Responses ESD Customer or Contact on Behalf of ESD IT Support Agent ESD IT Support Agent Tier 2 (I3P Contractor) SMT Roles & Responsibilities Roles and Responsibilities Step 1 ESD Customer or Contact On Behalf Of Submit Inquiry Step 2 ESD IT Support Agent Open Incident Management Ticket Process Incident Management Action ESD customers or contacts On Behalf Of customers wishing to obtain information or assistance contact the ESD. Output: Phone call, /mail, Fax (supplemental information), Tier 0. When evaluating the incident, the ESD determines the proper customer and template for the incident in Remedy. Output: Incident recorded in the NSSC Remedy Incident Management module. Tips/Notes Centers and I3P s instruct customers to submit incidents directly to the ESD. The Remedy tools are used to select the customer and template. Reference the ESD Incident routing diagram in the guide.
15 Page 15 of 30 Roles and Responsibilities Step 3 ESD IT Support Agent Answer Incident Resolve or Elevate Ticket Step 4 Tier 2 (I3P Contractor) Respond to Customer and Close Ticket Process Incident Management Action The ESD IT Support Agent evaluates the incident to determine resolution or escalate incident to Tier 2. If the issue cannot be resolved by the ESD IT Support Agent, the agent excutes a warm handoff to the proper I3P contractor. The ESD Agent calls the I3P contractor, provides the incident ticket number, customer information, problems description, and troubleshooting actions already taken. The Agent conferences the customer and Tier 2 Agent, introduces the customer to the Tier 2 Agent, and disconnects from the call. If the NSSC Remedy Incident Management module or network is down, preventing electronic escalation of incidents to Tier 2, incidents are manually escalated using the manual escalation process. The Tier 2 I3P Contractor resolves the issue or forwards it to Tier 3 I3P Vendor for resolution. Incident status is available via Tier 0. Output: Incident resolved. The Tier 2 (I3P Contractor) handling the issue resolves the Incident when all actions are completed. Automatic Customer Notifications sent from Remedy when Incident is resolved. Automatic Customer Satisfaction Survey sent from Remedy upon resolution of each ticket. Output: Incident resolved. Tips/Notes Responses to Incidents are completed and issues raised are addressed with a positive tone reflecting the NSSC s commitment to unparalleled service. Tier 2 I3P Contractor uses a knowledge management tool to research issues. Resolutions of new issues are documented in the Remedy Knowledge Management System (RKMS). ESD uses standard response templates where needed to ensure consistency. Customers are contacted by phone or . The Tier 2 (I3P Contractor) subject Matter Expert (SME) resolving the Incident contacts the customer prior to changing the status to Resolved. All contacts with the customer are
16 Page 16 of 30 Step 5 SMT Roles and Responsibilities Audit Responses Process Incident Management Incident Review. Action Output: Each month a random selection of resolved incidents are selected for review. Tips/Notes documented in the ticket Work Detail including copies of all correspondence with the customer.
17 Page 17 of 30 ESD (Tier 1): a. First live-contact for the ESD customer. b. Consists of trained ESD IT Support Agents. c. Resolves routine and predictable inquiries agreed upon by the I3P regarding supported ESD services. d. Opens an Incident in the Incident Management module of the Remedy database for every inquiry made to the ESD. e. Guardians are responsible for: 1. Technical assistance with customer Incidents for the ESD IT Support Agents. 2. Review Incidents resolved by Tier 1, Tier 2, and/or Tier 3 for quality assurance and input to the knowledge database and/or training, if necessary. f. The SMT is responsible for: 1. Reviewing I3P authored knowledge articles, publishing knowledge articles, and training ESD team members. 2. Workforce Management. 3. Quality review of Incident cases. 4. Write/review Work Instructions. 5. Real-time monitoring of call volume and adjusting staff assignments to accommodate call volume spikes. 6. Monitor metrics performance. 7. Identify opportunities for process improvement. Manual Escalation a. Gather information from customer. b. Document incident on Enterprise Service Desk Form. c. Execute warm handoff to the Tier 2 contractor and provide information. d. When Remedy system has been restored, enter incident details into system and assign to Tier 2.
18 Page 18 of 30 Tier 2 (I3P Contractor): a. Receives unresolved Incidents from Tier 1 for further analysis. b. Authors knowledge articles to the ESD regarding I3P services. c. Notifies the ESD of any planned and unplanned service interruptions.
19 Page 19 of 30 METRICS A data repository is established to collect incident status changes. The ESD conducts surveys as per a defined statistical sampling for Incident/Problem resolution and closures related to I3P service status. For details of metric collection reference Technical Exhibit 2 and document ESD Reporting Requirements. The following matrix contains the ESD Critical Service Levels and Metrics. Description Measurement Window Year 2 and Beyond Service Level Year 1 Service Level 1.1. ESD - I3P TIER 1 Service Average Speed to Answer (ASA) within sixty seconds Monthly 80.00% 80.00% Customer Satisfaction Monthly 90.00% 85.00% Call Abandon Rate Monthly 7.00% 7.00% First Call Resolution Monthly 95.00% 90.00% Availability of ESD Applications and Systems (Critical and Non-Critical) Monthly 99.95% 97.00%
20 Page 20 of 30 The following matrix contains the ESD Key Performance Indicators (KPI s). Note: The KPI s are numbered beginning with 2.1 in order to differentiate from the Critical Service Levels, which begin with 1.1. Description Measurement Window Year 2 and Beyond Service Level Year 1 Service Level 2.1 ESD TIER 1 Help Desk Service Time to Escalate/Close - Severity 1 Monthly 98.00% 96.00% Incidents/Problems within ten minutes Time to Escalate/Close - Severity 2 Monthly 89.00% 85.00% Incidents/Problems Time to Escalate/Close - Severity 3 Monthly 89.00% 85.00% Incidents/Problems Right First-Time Allocation of Incidents to Monthly 90.00% 85.00% Level ESD TIER 0 Self Service Web Services Web Service Kept Current Monthly 98.00% 95.00% Communications to Authorized Users Monthly 99.00% 98.00% Delivered Promptly No Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Incidents Monthly % %
21 Page 21 of 30 PRIVACY DATA All participants involved must ensure protection of all data covered by the Privacy Act.
22 Page 22 of 30 Existing Systems SYSTEM COMPONENTS IT System Title IT System Description Access Requirements IT System Interfaces Remedy Incident Management Documentation and tracking of customer inquiries to the ESD. Remedy Incident Management will be used to report on key customer service metrics; such as, first call resolution, right-first time allocation, and time to escalate. Read/write access for Tier 1 and Tier 2 (I3P Contractors). Oracle database, web server for customer submits via Tier 0/ESD Portal. Remedy Problem Management Manages related Incidents with a common root cause. Read/write access for Tier 1 and Tier 2 (I3P Contractors). Oracle database, web server Remedy Knowledge Management Create, maintain and share upto-date knowledge articles for Tier 0/ESD Portal and Tier 1 ESD IT Support Agents. Cisco Internet Protocol for Contact Center (IPCC) including Voice over Internet Protocol Phone (VoIP) Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) for call agents. ESD personnel only. VoIP Call Manager. Centergy Manager Backup ACD for call agents. ESD personnel only. Aastra Pointspan
23 Page 23 of 30 New Systems IT System Title IT System Description Access Requirements IT System Interfaces Workforce Management Notification Tool To be Determined (TBD) Remedy ESD personnel only. NASA Account Management System (NAMS)/Identity and Access Management Tools. NA
24 Page 24 of 30 Appendix A - Acronyms APPENDICES ACD ARM ASA CI CMS CRM CSCO ESD ESRS IMS IPCC IT ITIL I3P KPI MTTR NAMS NASA NSSC OLA PII RKMS SLA SME SMT SPOC Automatic Call Distribution Action Request Module Average Speed to Answer Configuratoin Item Change Management System Customer Relationship Management Customer Satisfaction and Communications Office Enterprise Service Desk Enterprise Service Request System Incident Management System Internet Protocol for Contact Center Information Technology Information Technology Infrastructure Library Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program Key Performance Indicator Mean Time to Repair NASA Account Management System National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Shared Services Center Operating Level Agreement Personally Identifiable Information Remedy Knowledge Management System Service Level Management Subject Matter Expert Service Monitoring Team Single Point of Contact
25 Page 25 of 30 TBD UC VIP VoIP To be Determined Underpinning Contract Very Important Person Voice Over Internet ProtocolAppendix B - Call Routing
26 Page 26 of 30 Appendix B Call Routing
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28 Page 28 of 30 Appendix C - Process Flow
29 Page 29 of 30 Appendix D - References NSSDG ESD IT Service Ordering Service Delivery Guide ITIL Version NSSDG ESD Service Definition Repository Service Delivery Guide NSSDG ESD Notifications Service Delivery Guide NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Training Plan NSSWI Remedy Customer Relationship Management (CRM) "People" Profiles NSSWI Incident Management Guide for General Users NSSWI Incident Management Guide for Customer Contact Center & Enterprise Service Desk Users NSSWI Enterprise Services Center (ESC) Validation NSSWI BMC Remedy Knowledge Management (RKM) User Guide NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk Knowledge Management System for I3P Authors NSSWI Call Handling to include non-i3p calls NSSWI Customer Contact Center Training Plan NSSWI Enterprise Service Center (ESC) Service Monitoring Process NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Metrics NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Dashboard and Analytics NSSWI ESD Process for Operation and Porduct Categorization NSSWI ESD Plan Related to a Service Request for an Ad Hoc Report NSSWI ITIL v3 NASA ITIL v3 As Related to ESD NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Notification System Process NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Processing of Enterprise Service Request System (ESRS) Inquiries NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Tier 0 (Self Help) User Guide NSSWI Enterprise Service Center (ESC) Workforce Management NSSWI Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) Process for IT Security Incidents Reporting NSPLN NSSC Survey Plan
30 Page 30 of 30 Appendix F Forms Enterprise Service Desk form for recording customer calls in the event Remedy is unavailable Date: Customer*+: Contact*+: Operational Categorization: Tier 1+: Time of Inquiry: Phone: Phone: Product Categorization: Tier 1: Notes: Resolved: Yes No Assigned Group*+/Name Contacted: FCR: Yes No
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