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Medicaid fiscal agent

The Wyoming Health Department's Medicaid Division wants a contractor to provide fiscal-agent services. A request for proposals is expected in July.

The contractor will run the state's Medicaid management information system and make system enhancements, including improving document imaging, front-end navigation and Web-enabled technology for information sharing.

Case management system

The North Carolina Justice Department's Information Technology Division wants a contractor to provide a case, claim and risk management system for the legal services division. An RFP is expected in September.

The system will support about 500 users, including attorneys, paraprofessionals, and clerical and administrative workers employed in the division.

Biometric ID system

The New York Criminal Justice Services Division wants a contractor to replace its traditional fingerprint identification system with a biometric identification system. An RFP is expected in November.

The contractor will provide an automated system capable of processing 10 print and latent-print identifications and possibly other biometrics as part of a multimodal system.

The system must connect with similar federal, state and local systems.

Federal Sources Inc., a market research firm based in McLean, Va., compiles these opportunities (www.fedsources.com).

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