Current Structure for Providing Fiscal and HR Services
State agencies, boards and commissions provide many HR & fiscal services…
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- internally and separately,
- using inconsistent paper-based processes, and
- employing over 100 unique fiscal, HR and payroll systems, many of which are over 20 years old, technologically obsolete and incompatible with each other.
Need For a New System
Technologically obsolete systems and disparate processes make it virtually impossible to implement a single, statewide information system with wide-ranging functionality to support fiscal and HR services.
This creates major inefficiencies:
- Fiscal and HR information, which is extremely data intensive, must be entered and re-entered multiple times into multiple systems.
- Without an integrated IT system, fiscal and HR services are dependent upon manual paper-based processes and the manual compilation and reconciliation of inconsistent fiscal and HR data.
- Basic business tools and required activities, such as providing timely reports and acquiring approvals, are largely dependent upon manual efforts and paper-based processes.
- Services that rely too heavily on manual efforts are time-consuming and prone to error and inconsistency.
No business can operate effectively without efficient and effective fiscal and HR operations, and the State is no exception.
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