Connecticut seeks payroll interface

The Connecticut IT Department wants to buy off-the-shelf scheduling and daily payroll interface software that interoperates with PeopleSoft products. The department is managing the procurement for the Public Safety, Mental Health and Addictive Services and Correction departments.

The solution must comply with Connecticut Enterprisewide Technology Architecture standards. The technology should be scalable, as the department plans to use the database in further automation deployments across all divisions. Procurement activity is expected in November.

These opportunities are compiled by Input, an IT research and marketing firm in Reston, Va. (

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