Parliamentary Expenses Management System (PEMS) Industry briefing presentation and Market Day

Author: 
John Sheridan - FAS Technology & Procurement

Hi all,

Thank you to those who attended the Parliamentary Expenses Management System (PEMS) industry briefing last Friday. 

Here is the presentation that was used at the briefing. 

PEMS Industry Briefing presentation v1.0.pptx

PEMS Industry Briefing presentation v1.0.pdf

The transcript from the industry briefing is available at http://livestream.education.gov.au/finance/7july2017/pems/

The industry brief was the start of a sequence of activities required to obtain tender quality pricing for the second-pass business case approval.

The next activity is a PEMS market day which is scheduled for Monday 17 July.  Here are the slides for you to present your ideas and advice on a PEMS solution in your 25 minute presentation. 

PEMS - Market Day Vendor presentation 1.0.pptx

PEMS - Market Day Vendor presentation 1.0.pdf

You’ll also be able to provide up to 5 A4 pages of information in support of your presentation.

The PEMS Market day will be held at the Department of Finance at One Canberra Avenue, FORREST in the ACT.  

Dependent on the response to the PEMS Market day, we may need to facilitate market days in more than one location. 

Please advise your intent to attend the Market day to AusPEMS@finance.gov.au by cob Wed 12 July 2017, also advising if an alternative location would be better for you.

Note that there will be no contract at the completion of the PEMS market day.  Consideration of the market day presentations will inform the next activity to achieve solution advice and refine costings for the second pass business case.   

I look forward to meeting you at the Market Day and to hear your ideas and advice on a PEMS solution.

 

John Sheridan

Comments (4)

Good afternoon,

We require the name of your ERP/ERPs to understand how we will integrate?

We also need to get an idea of the amount of users for card and cash per month? We are not too interested in the amount of transactions.

Thank you

Hi Kylie, 

Thanks for the questions. Finance's expectation is that the new, integrated, expenses solution will include an ERP, i.e. the finance and HR components necessary to make the solution work. The legacy systems will not be re-used.

The solution,in total, needs to support at least 3000 users. However, not all users need to use all components. Concurrent user numbers are about 20% of the maximum.

Regards

John

Afternoon John,

I am about to answer one of your questions, in order to do so I need to know who your bank with?

Thank you

Kylie

Hi Kylie

I don't think that is relevant at this stage. We are not looking for information that is as specific as that.

Regards

John

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Last updated: 11 July 2017