The Shared Services Programs within the Treasury Franchise Fund provide common administrative services that benefit customers both within Treasury and outside agencies. The SSP provide these services on a centralized basis, where they can be administered more advantageously and more economically than they could be provided otherwise.
Enterprise Applications (EA) is part of Treasury’s Departmental Offices (DO) within the Office of Management, serving as the enterprise applications arm of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO). EA operates as a Shared Service Provider and is a designated HR line of Business (HRLOB), offering shared and scalable products, platforms and services across the Federal landscape. Shared offerings include: HRConnect, Treasury's enterprise human capital system; Workforce Analytics, Treasury’s enterprise data and analytics system for reporting human capital data; Enterprise Content Management (ECM), a framework of tools and technologies to improve the management of unstructured content; and Digital Services, consisting of websites and mobile applications.
Enterprise Infrastructure Operations
Enterprise Infrastructure Operations provides enterprise wide infrastructure capabilities, telecommunications capabilities, a secure enterprise data network, as well as the Treasury-wide services for personal identity verification, credential and access management compliance.
Printing and Graphics Services
Printing and Graphics services include printing and graphics, printing procurement, and digital printing. The Digital Print Center provides quick-turn-around digital printing of black and white and color copying, document scanning, and bindery services to customers. The Graphics Program provides expert design services to customers, creating and reproducing the highest quality digital graphics for presentations, special event displays, and print and electronic publications. The Printing Procurement program provides contract printing services to customers, and assists customers in planning and designing printed publications.
Cyber Security is tasked with protection of cyber assets through strong policy, constructive measures, and stakeholder cooperation. Cyber Security works collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders and colleagues to leverage available expertise, take advantage of lessons learned, reduce duplication of effort, and ensure Treasury's interests are represented in government-wide forums to achieve and maintain an effective, realistic level of security based on risk management principles that can address changing threats and vulnerabilities.
Treasury Operations Excellence
Treasury Operations provides Lean Six Sigma training and other services to help its customers use entrusted resources more effectively and efficiently; Areas of support include strategic development, organizational development and design, operational analysis, process development and improvement, project management, facilitation, and consultation