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.
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