Luma - The RFP Process
To obtain market data, The State issued a Request for Information (RFI) on October 3, 2016, for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software and Systems Integration Services.
The RFI solicited responses from:
The major response sections of the RFI:
Eleven unique RFI responses were received. The written responses were reviewed, and vendor presentations were held.
In order to get the best competition and ERP software for the State of Idaho, there will be two Request for Proposal's (RFP). The first RPF is for the software and the second RFP is for systems integrators of the software.
In preparation for the RFP, Luma’s project team recruited team leaders in the functional areas of budget, finance, procurement, payroll, and human capital management from State agencies that have authority in these categories. The team leaders made recommendations for 49 team members from 23 different agencies. These functional teams are in the process of reviewing and revising ERP requirements and "To Be" business process maps that will be included in the RFP.
The Luma Software RFP Functional Teams:
On August 24, 2018 the Software RFP was released. Software companies had until October 5th to respond to the RFP. The RFP can be view
HERE on the Luma public website.
The State of Idaho is currently in the middle of the Software RFP process with the goal of finalizing the Software vendor by the the end fo February 2019. The formal RFP process started with the release of the software RFP on August 24th, 2018. On October 5th, 2018, software companies responded to the Request for Proposal for a modern statewide ERP system. The Luma Governance Board and Project Team assembled a State Evaluation Committee (SEC) to analyze the proposals, watch vendor demonstrations, score, and select the best ERP technology to move Idaho's business processes into the 21 century! Click
HERE to learn more about Software Evaluation & Selection!