Denver transportation ERP deal struck with Ciber

Denver's Regional Transportation District has signed a $13 million enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and services contract with Ciber Inc.

Under the contract, Ciber Enterprise Solutions will implement an Oracle ERP administrative information system to support the organization in managing its financial and human resources activities.

In addition, Ciber also will oversee the installation of Reston, Va.-based Maximus Inc.'s fleet maintenance activities and operations software suite. The suite incorporates enterprise asset management tools to manage fleet and rail vehicles, facilities, rail track, rail infrastructure and signal assets.

Ciber will integrate Maximus software product with Oracle's e-business suite.

The Denver RTD operates a public transportation system that serves Boulder, Broomfield, Denver and Jefferson counties with various transportation services, such as fixed bus route, light rail, call-and-demand response and access-a-ride service for the disabled. The organization operates more than 1,000 buses, 49 light-rail vehicles, 24 light-rail stations and seven operating facilities.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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