Finance to trial a common whole-of-government ERP platform
The initiative is part of the Australian Government’s Shared Services Program, which aims to “consolidate, standardise and automate the delivery of core transactional corporate services across non-corporate Commonwealth entities”, according to an approach-to-market announcement on the AusTender website.
“The GovERP initiative comprises the design, development and trial of a common whole-of-government platform, which will deliver a range of standardised corporate and financial services,” the announcement said.
“The first tranche of the initiative will prototype a foundation enterprise resource management (ERP) platform for trialling across the Provider Hubs that already operate an SAP-based ERP.
“As such it will use SAP/4 HANA as the core technology solution, along with a range of complementary cloud-based products sourced from the open market, to test the delivery of common HR and Financial Services via a Provider Hub model.
“The GovERP initiative will soon be entering a new project delivery phase and this will involve multiple approaches to market (ATM) to procure appropriate cloud-based complimentary products and services to integrate with a Core SAP/4 HANA platform.”
The Department will hold an industry briefing in Canberra on 17 February.
The Digital Transformation Agency has commenced the first in a range of Microsoft digital...
Digital twin deployments are expected to increase to more than 500 cities by 2025, driven by...
The Digital Transformation Agency is making available two templates for government agencies to...