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Opportunity Title

OJI Extended Benefits_Information Technology Consultant Services

Opportunity Description

The Ohio Department of Job & Family Services through the Office of Information Services (OIS) is soliciting proposals from certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) vendors with approved Office of Information Technology (OIT) State Term Schedules (STS), or listed as an authorized dealer on an approved STS, that are authorized to provide IT/Data related services under their STS to support the ODJFS/IS Bureau of Portfolio Management. The intent of this request is to obtain six (6) Information Technology (IT) professionals. These resources will provide IT Programming Services for the Office of Information Services. Specific duties of the IT professionals include, but are not limited, to: A. In concert with business users, collect, refine requirements, and perform high level design in response to legislative initiatives and performance needs in the Unemployment Compensation area. These features will be built on the Ohio Job Insurance (OJI) System. B. Design, develop and test algorithms and screens using JAVA code, COBOL code, WAS workspace, and DB2 database. This would include building on the current application interfaces for the OJI system as well as conforming to the industry standard interfaces. This RLB seeks three (3) Senior Programmers, (2) Systems Data Analysts and (1) Senior Systems Tester. Vendors may choose to submit candidates for all or any of the requested positions.

General Information

Computers, Software, Supplies & Services
Request for Letterhead Bids
JFSR1011108066
Job and Family Services, Ohio Department of
Job and Family Services, Ohio Department of

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Dates

6/15/2010
6/15/2010 thru 6/21/2010 8:00:00 AM
6/25/2010

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6/15/2010 thru 6/21/2010 8:00:00 AM
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