Senate seeks contractors for program development

The Senate is looking to tap the private sector for two program analysts that will help the chamber design and develop financial management and other software components.

In a recent notice, the Senate Sergeant at Arms' finance division said the contractors will work for about one year, with four one-year options.

The contractors will support two key Senate systems'the Financial Management Information System (FMIS), an integrated financial-management system, and the Legislative Information System (LIS), which tracks, stores, reports and distributes legislative data.

Interested vendors must reply to the notice by Aug. 7.

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