Job ID :
4245
Company :
DC Government
Location :
WASHINGTON, DC
Type :
Contract
Duration :
6 Months
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
30 Oct 2013
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Complete Description:

C             STATEMENT OF WORK

C.1          Scope

                The Government of the District of Columbia, Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO) is seeking a contractor to provide HCM Business Analysis services for the District of Columbia Government’s PeopleSoft Human Capital Management application.

 

C.1.1      Definitions

C.1.1.1   PeopleSoft HCM

            This is a collection of PeopleSoft Human Capital Management modules. The District currently has PeopleSoft 9.0 installed and is looking to upgrade to version 9.2.

 

C.1.1.2   DC – District Government of the District of Columbia

            The District is the jurisdiction issuing this statement of work.

 

C1.1.3    OCTO - Office of the Chief Technology Officer

            OCTO is the District agency that is the technical owner of PeopleSoft.

 

C.1.1.4   DCHR – District of Columbia Department of Human Resources

            DCHR is the District agency that is one of the business owners of PeopleSoft and defines requirements for PeopleSoft functionality.

 

C.1.1.5   OPRS – Office of Pay and Retirement Services

            OPRS is the District agency that is one of the business owners of PeopleSoft and defines requirements for PeopleSoft functionality for primarily Time and Labor and Payroll processing

 

C1.1.6    DBMS - Database Management System

            Oracle 11G with Real Application Clusters (RAC) configuration is the DBMS currently used for PeopleSoft.

 

C.1.1.7 System Environments

OCTO currently maintains several system environments, including test, training, user acceptance, production, and fail-over environments.

 

C.2         Background

 

C.2.1      DESCRIPTION OF PEOPLESOFT

C.2.1.1  PeopleSoft HCM is the District-wide human resources, benefits, and payroll application. The system is based on various modules of the PeopleSoft HCM suite and was customized to meet the District’s specific human resource management needs.

C.2.1.2  PeopleSoft is integrated with the Relational Standard Accounting and Reporting System (RSTARS), the District’s financial system, using batch files sent through the Sun eGate/JCAPS integration suite. This batch integration is bi-directional, with financial attributes sent to PeopleSoft and payroll information sent to RSTARS.

C.2.1.3  The District currently owns and operates 9 PeopleSoft modules: HR, Base Benefits and Benefits Administration, Time and Labor, Payroll, Talent Acquisition Manager, Enterprise Learning Management, ePerformance, eCompensation, Employee Self Service and Management Self Service.

 

C.2.2      HISTORY AND CURRENT USAGE OF PEOPLESOFT

C.2.2.1  PeopleSoft was brought online in 2004 for most District agencies.

C.2.2.2  In April 2009, PeopleSoft was used for all human resource transactions by all agencies including DC Public Schools (DCPS).

C.2.2.3  PeopleSoft was upgraded to version 9 in 2010.

C.2.2.4  PeopleSoft tracks and supports over 35,000 District employees from over 70 District agencies. PeopleSoft also publishes District position openings and contains District job applicant information

C.2.2.5  Other agencies have independent human resources authority, including OCFO and DCPS. They have their own human resource procedures but generally adhere to the District Personnel Manual (DPM).

C.2.3      PROGRAM/PROJECT BACKGROUND

C.2.3.1  The objective of this program is to identify, scope, implement, test and deploy new functionality to the District’s PeopleSoft HCM system.

C.2.3.2  Such projects can be initiated by any of the PeopleSoft HCM stakeholders.

C.2.3.3  Each project will be vetted by Program Management and will be included in the PeopleSoft HCM roadmap.

C.2.3.4  The Program/Project Manager will manage the implementation through the full SDLC from start to end following PMI methodologies

 

C.3          REQUIREMENTS

 

The following are a number of requirements and tasks that the contractor must perform as the HCM Business Analysis services as a part of the scope of work. A District Project Manager will be assigned to work with the team to provide assistance and oversight.

 

C.3.1      HCM Business Analyst Requirements

 

C3.1.1    Manage the Peoplesoft.dc.gov website               

Working with project stakeholders, manage the Peoplesoft.dc.gov website and its content

 

C3.1.2    Content Development 

Oversee and manage the development of content for all PeopleSoft modules and areas

 

C3.1.3    PeopleSoft 9.2 Change Management    

Development and execution of the PeopleSoft 9.2 Change Management plan

 

C3.1.4    Business Process Diagrams         

Manage the development of Business Process Diagrams that cover end-to-end processes

 

C3.1.5    Testing

Participating in the planning and execution of overall project testing including, unit, system, integration, user acceptance, load, stress and performance testing activities

 

C3.1.6    Deployment and Go-live             

Participate in the development of the project dry run and cutover plan. Participate in the execution of the deployment tasks

 

Behavior Characteristics:

Team player, excellent verbal and written communication skills, self motivated

 

Skills:

Skill

Required / Desired

Amount

of Experience

Expertise Rating

Experience with MS Office

Required

9

Years

3 - Expert

Experience with MS Visio

Required

3

Years

3 - Expert

Experience with MS Project

Required

3

Years

3 - Expert

Change Management Experience

Required

5

Years

3 - Expert

Experience Creating Communication Plans and high visibility presentations

Required

5

Years

3 - Expert

SDLC Experience

Required

5

Years

3 - Expert

Experience creating SOP’s, Job Aides, Business and Process Flow Diagrams

Required

9

Years

3 - Expert

MIS/Software Engineering/Computer Applications experience

Required

5

Years

3 - Expert

Website Management/Editing/Publishing experience

Required

5

Years

3 - Expert

Knowledge of municipal/large metropolitan government HCM application, policies, and procedures

Required

1

Years

2 - Proficient

Knowledge of PeopleSoft HCM 9.0 Federal or above

Required

1

Years

2 - Proficient