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New Hampshire Administrative Services Department

Project: Statewide Enterprise Resource Planning System

Term: TBD

Estimated value: TBD

RFP release: January

The department has a requirement for a statewide ERP system that will include budget and finance, human resources and electronic purchasing modules.

Illinois State Toll Highway Authority

Project: Financial Systems Redesign

Term: TBD
Estimated value: TBD

RFP release: First quarter

The authority wants a financial system redesign that includes analysis and definition of goals, and design and implementation of initiatives such as improved customer service, workflow, staff productivity and information access; and reduced transaction costs and paper use.

District of Columbia Office of the Chief Technology Officer

Project: Administrative Services Modernization Program

Term: TBD

Estimated value: TBD

RFP release: First quarter

The CTO's office will modernize its administrative services program to include processes in human resources, pension, payroll, time and attendance, benefits administration, procurement and property management.

Oregon Department of Administrative Services

Project: Statewide Financial Services Application, and Oregon Payroll Application Datamarts

Term: TBD

Estimated value: TBD

RFP release: Second quarter

The department has a requirement for datamart services, including maintaining about 220 gigabytes of information to provide online reporting capabilities for financial services application and the state payroll application.

Massachusetts Division of Information Technology

Project: IT Enterprise Portfolio Management System

Term: TBD

Estimated value: TBD

RFP release: First quarter

The division's strategic planning group needs electronic portfolio management products and services. The system will implement a centralized portfolio management, allow for flexibility in using and defining various returns on investment models, and incorporate a variety of data-driven and graphical reporting capabilities.

Source: Input Inc.

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