HUD seeks PeopleSoft integrators

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is seeking industry sources to support deployment and testing of PeopleSoft financial management software for the Federal Housing Administration Subsidiary Ledger, which will replace or improve the integration of FHA's legacy financial management system by December 2006.

HUD posted the notice this week on FedBizOpps.

The improved system will handle accounting for mortgage notes, claims and insurance, and property management.

The housing agency, which will use a combination of PeopleSoft financial, revenue and customer relationship management applications, needs complementary software to provide self-running and interactive simulations, assessments, in-application support, documentation and training materials.

Interested sources should submit a description of their capabilities by Jan. 25. After HUD releases a request for proposals, it anticipates awarding a firm-fixed-price contract with a five-year duration.

About the Author

Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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