The Homeland Security Department delayed the release of its request for proposals to update its financial management system.
DHS had planned on releasing the much-anticipated RFP on Dec. 17, but now says it will issue the solicitation on or about Jan. 9.
The department is seeking an agencywide system that integrates end-to-end business processes to support financial, acquisition and asset management. The vendor also will provide integration and program management support services.
The contract could be worth about $400 million, according to industry estimates.
Several large financial management systems integrators are interested, vendor sources say.
They include: Accenture, CACI, CGI, CSC, Deloitte, and IBM.
For information: DHS notice on Fedbizopps.gov