Wash. to convert license system

The Washington Department of Licensing wants to replace its field system for licensing vehicles. The system uses an HP 3000, and its programming is written in Transact. The state wants an integrated licensing system and may need code conversion services. The state is exploring switching to a Windows platform, manually rewriting the code for Windows or installing a commercial application. Responses to the request for information are due May 3. If funded, the RFP is expected in spring 2005.


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