Four agencies must move to a new financial management shared service provider or to a new software system altogether.
The Interior Department's National Business Center will stop supporting CGI's Momentum financial management software. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Federal Labor Relations Board (FLRB) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) must make a decision in the near future.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission already decided to move to Oracle Federal Financials hosted by a third party vendor.
OMB named NBC as one of four federal shared service providers for financial management in 2005. The other three providers are the Treasury Department Bureau of the Public Debt's Administrative Resource Center, the General Services Administration and the Transportation Department.
Jackson said 15 agency customers are using the other financial management system, Oracle Federal Financials. NBC has hosted Momentum since 2008.
Along with EEOC, NTSB is evaluating a move to Oracle as well, Jackson said.
FLRB and NRC are undecided on how they will proceed.
The three customers that still need to make a decision have several options, including moving to another shared service provider who hosts Momentum, whether government or third party or staying with NBC and transition to Oracle.
Jackson said all the employees supporting Momentum will be absorbed into NBC to work on the Oracle system or on other service offerings outside of financial management.
-Jason Miller, FederalNewsRadio.com