House seeks integrator for PeopleSoft implementation

The House of Representatives is seeking an integrator that will help complete the chamber's implementation of Oracle’s PeopleSoft financial management software.

In a recent notice, the House said it is in the midst of installing PeopleSoft on a pilot basis to manage core financials, travel expenses and simplify purchasing.

The winning integrator will complete the pilot and move the project into a broader stage, which will incorporate contract, inventory and asset management, and data warehouse implementation.

“The envisioned system will significantly improve the ability of the chief administrative office to support leadership, members, committees and other House entities by improving electronic access to goods and services inside and outside the House community,” the notice said.

Bids are due July 21.

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