|State Agency||DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - ADMINISTRATION View all|
|Contractor||IBM CORPORATION View all|
|Description||This is a new contract to provide services and support for the migration of the integrated Child Support Enforcement/Eligibility and Payments System (NOMADS) from IBM's Cross System Product (CSP) application to IBM's Enterprise Generation Language (EGL) technology. NOMADS is critical to deliver numerous financial benefits to DWSS clients. CSP has not been supported by IBM for many years and causes undue complications with each new version of mainframe operating system upgrade undertaken. In the event of a failure related to CSP, there will be no vendor support to recover the application. EGL is a high level, modern business oriented programming language designed to be platform independent. As part of the legislatively approved Health Care Reform (HIX) initiative, this conversion is intended to help extend the useful life of NOMADS and transform NOMADS to a database of record.|
|Term of Contract||Upon Approval - 12/31/2012|
|Funding Source||GENERAL 10% FEDERAL 90%|
|Contract #||Contract # 12871|
|BOE # (Board of Examiners)||38.|
|Meeting||February 14, 2012|
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