The Department of Homeland Security has begun to seek information on potential industry sources that could provide artificial intelligence, machine learning and other automation tools and information technology support services for the financial systems modernization joint program management office.
The department's FSM JPMO plans to award a two-year contract for IT engineering and service management, administrative and clerical support and management advisory support services under the Intelligence Automation initiative to help advance electronic invoicing and automate other financial transactions in compliance with federal requirements and mandates, according to a sources sought notice posted Friday.
The initiative covers five task areas: data capture/optical character recognition; automated workflow and robotic process automation; process analytics and dashboards; test/development environments; and training.
DHS is also seeking skills and knowledge in software engineering, business process reengineering, IT program governance and portfolio management, among others.
Responses to the notice are due Feb. 8.