REI helped OTIP-ACF agency developed an innovative solution that would provide long-term benefits with a new Case Management System (CMS). OTIP-ACF's mission is to provide leadership, partnership, and support services to victims. In 2018, the agency received three times as many requests than any previous years. This surge in demand, combined with a cumbersome process model across several federal agencies, led ACF to the decision to modernize its IT—specifically the case management system it uses to manage information and services for victims of trafficking.
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The DC DoH is responsible for compliance with all federal and DC government laws, regulations, and mandates for receiving funds, spending them appropriately, and adhering to standards for delivering services. The agency found that managing of public funds using a web of homegrown systems, myriad spreadsheets, and countless folders was incredibly challenging. To help the DC DoH operate more efficiently, REI was tasked with developing an enterprise-level system used by multiple components, which led to greater economies of scale, enhanced coordination, increased standardization, and the ability to holistically manage risk across grant programs.
The City of San Diego was fortunate to secure a significant $200M increase in federal funding but lacked the technical infrastructure and structured business processes to support and manage this significant increase in funding. The City of San Diego determined GovGrants® to be the best solution to meet its complex needs. After reviewing multiple grants management systems, GovGrants was selected as it delivered a highly configurable set of out-of-the-box capabilities.
HRSA awards grants to thousands of recipients each year, who contribute to health services received by tens of millions of Americans. HRSA’s grants processes need to be re-engineered and the grants management system modernized to prepared for emerging requirements related to the GREAT Act, which requires data standardization and streaming. The Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) system is an end-to-end grant support and program management application that unifies grant management processes across HRSA.
REI Systems was asked to modernize OPIC’s web-based enterprise solutions. Including, their Insight Platform, implemented with Salesforce, and replacing and retiring mission-critical legacy applications, in order to support OPIC’s U.S. foreign policy mission.
The New York City Comptroller’s Office selected REI Systems to develop the next version of Checkbook NYC due to the company’s strong track record of developing government transparency websites.