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OIS RLB: JFS-IS-10-09 Workforce Development Consultants
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The Ohio Department of Job & Family Services through the Office of Information Services (IS) is soliciting proposals from 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/OIS Bureau of Application Development.  

The intent of this request is to obtain fifteen (15) IT professionals. These resources will provide services to 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 do high level design and planning in response to stimulus legislative initiatives and performance needs in the Workforce Development area. These features will be built on the Ohio Means Jobs (OMJ) and Sharing Career and Opportunity Training Information (SCOTI) systems. 

B.      Design, develop and test algorithms and screens using JAVA code, WAS workspace, and Oracle database. This would include building on the current application interfaces for the OMJ system as well as conforming to the industry standard interfaces.  

C.     Design, develop and test algorithms and screens using Oracle forms code, Oracle Application Server workspace, and Oracle database. This would include building on the current application interfaces for the SCOTI system as well as conforming to the industry standard interfaces.  

The request seeks five (5) Senior JAVA Systems Analysts and/or Programmer Analysts; five (5) Senior Oracle Forms Systems Analysts and/or Programmer Analysts; three (3) Senior Software Systems Project Managers; and two (2) Senior System Testing Analysts. Vendors may choose to submit candidates for all or any of the requested positions.  

The normal work schedule for the State of Ohio is Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Each independent contractor position selected under this contract will have a maximum of 1200 hours commencing on or about January 11, 2010 and continuing until all the hours have been expended or by June 30, 2010. This resource may not require the use of all 1200 hours of service. This resource can be released by ODJFS thirty (30) working days after the vendor is notified in writing that their services will no longer be required or at any time due to lack of expected performance.  

The vendor’s State Term Schedule must be approved by OIT by the time vendor bids are due on this project, in order to qualify for consideration. State law will not allow a services contract to span fiscal years, therefore all services and billing for this RLB must be completed by June 30, 2010. Failure of a Contractor to submit the final invoice by this deadline shall be deemed forfeiture by Contractor of all remaining compensation pursuant to the Contract.

Actual  RLB

Attachment C - Technical Proposal Score Sheet
Attachment D - Required Vendor Information and Certifications