Point of sale system sought

The Ohio Rehabilitation and Correction Department wants to buy a new cashier and commissary system. The RFP is expected in December or January. The new system will be formatted in Windows NT and Oracle 8. It will connect the information from 31 separate penitentiaries to a central office database for aggregating data. Each institution, however, will maintain its own records.

These opportunities are compiled by Federal Sources Inc., a market research firm in McLean, Va. (http://www.fedsources.com).

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