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Deltek Pulse: Health and human services month in review, March 2015

In March, Deltek saw the release of 1,831 solicitations from the health and human services vertical – a 31 percent increase from February.

Notable RFP releases

  • The Alabama Department of Human Resources released a request for proposals (RFP) for electronic benefits and funds transfer (EBT/EFT) services on March 5. The incumbent contract with Xerox is set to expire in June 2017. Proposals are due on June 25, 2015.
  • The Pennsylvania Department of Health released an RFP for WIC EBT implementation and claims processing services on March 13. Proposals are due on June 11.
  • The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA), with its subsidiary Information Technology Support Center (ITSC), released an RFP for independent verification and validation (IV&V) services for the Mississippi, Rhode Island and Maine (MRM) Consortium for the joint UI modernization project on March 23. TCS was selected as the prime developer for the modernization project and is currently refactoring MDES UI system’s architecture to accommodate the implementation of a largely common set of functionalities among the MRM states. Proposals are due on May 1.
  • On March 25, the Virginia Department of Treasury released an RFP for electronic payment card services. Current users of electronic payment services include the Department of Accounts (DOA) for payroll, the Department of Social Services (DSS) for child support and TANF benefits, the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) for unemployment benefits, and the Department of Taxation (TAX). Proposals are due on April 27.

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