Upcoming 2019-2020 Health & Human Services Procurements in Michigan

Published: August 13, 2019

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A summary of procurements GovWin expects to be released within the 2019 and 2020 calendar years in Michigan, the ninth highest spending state.

This article is a summary highlighting Michigan’s upcoming health and human services procurements within the 2019 and 2020 calendar years. This article is part of an ongoing series covering procurements in the ten states with the highest expenditures for fiscal year 2020. Michigan is projected to spend over $75 billion in FY 2020, making it the ninth highest spending state in the nation. Stay tuned for the final installment: Massachusetts.


Asset Verification Program Solution for Medicaid Eligibility: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is expected to rebid maintenance services for their Asset Verification Program (AVP) Solution for Medicaid Eligibility. The estimated value of this opportunity is approximately $4.5 million, based on the value of the incumbent contract with Reed Elsevier Group. Because the incumbent contract expires in September 2020, Deltek anticipates that an RFP will be released in Q2 2020.

A complete list of Michigan’s Pre-RFP Medicaid opportunities can be found here.

Electronic Benefit Transfer

Electronic Benefit Transfer for Food Benefit and Cash Benefit Services: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services may have a need for an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) for Food Benefit and Cash Benefit Services. This system supports key benefits programs, including SNAP, TANF, and WIC. Based on the incumbent contract with Conduent, the anticipated budget for this project is approximately $50 million, while an RFP release is expected in Q4 2019.

Health Information Technology

Electronic Medical Business Record System: Deltek anticipates a rebid for an Electronic Medical Business Record System. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is interested in obtaining a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution that will create operational efficiencies and ensure data integrity, among other functions. The incumbent contract with NetSmart Technologies is worth approximately $25 million and expires in December 2019. Given this, Deltek anticipates a similar value for this project, as well as an RFP release date in Q4 2019.

All Payer Claims Database Implementation: The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services is expected to contract with a vendor to implement an All-Payer Claims Database. This system would generally include data derived from medical claims, pharmacy claims, eligibility files, provider (facility and practitioner) files, and dental claims from private and public payers. This project, which is a confirmed new opportunity, has an estimated budget of $3 million and an anticipated release date in Q3 2019.  

For the full list of current upcoming HHS procurements in Michigan, click here.

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  3. Texas ($163B in expenditures)
  4. Pennsylvania ($104B in expenditures)
  5. Ohio ($91B in expenditures)
  6. Florida ($90B in expenditures)
  7. Illinois ($86B in expenditures)
  8. New Jersey ($78B in expenditures)