HCR121 (2017 Regular Session) Dashboard


HCR121 DASHBOARD >> LAGOV ERP - IN USE
Agency Application Description PMO Moderization Status Loss Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Finding Type Replacement Cost Replaced By Key
LaGov ERP ISIS AFS The AFS system is the financial system for the State agencies and disburses State funds, thus vendors providing goods and services to the State receive payment. CGI Advantage ISIS has been the primary ERP system for the State since the mid-90s. It contains three core module - AFS which is the State’s core accounting, CFMS which is the State’s core Contract system, and AGPS which is the State’s core Procurement system. In FY 2008-2009, the State began the migration to an SAP ERP system. At this time, 5 full Departments have been migrated from the legacy ISIS system and the CFMS and AGPS modules have been put into legacy mode. Current plans are to migrate multiple additional departments to the SAP ERP in FY 2018-2019 contingent on the level of funding. It is of note that ISIS, due to its older technology is significantly more difficult to upgrade/modify. Due to the difficulties of integrating the data between the two ERP systems (ISIS and SAP ERP), this places constraints blocking many goals of the State, as well as creating a very clear risk. It is, therefore, critical to conclude the SAP migration as soon as funding allows. In-Progress 4 - Devastating Impact As the legacy core accounting system for the State, the impact of system failure would be significant. Payments to individuals, vendors and contractors could not be made. Procurement could be impacted. This would rapidly cause serious slowdowns for basic functions of State government. At the higher levels, prolonged outages could hamper CAFR production which ultimately could impact the State’s bond rating. Federal matches could be affected since the system produces information required by the Fed. All of this could impact the services that State government provides to Louisiana’s citizens. While the potential impacts are difficult to quantify, they could be far reaching and severe. As the legacy core accounting system for the State, the impact of system failure would be significant. Payments to individuals, vendors and contractors could not be made. Procurement could be impacted. This would rapidly cause serious slowdowns for basic functions of State government. At the higher levels, prolonged outages could hamper CAFR production which ultimately could impact the State’s bond rating. Federal matches could be affected since the system produces information required by the Fed. All of this could impact the services that State government provides to Louisiana’s citizens. While the potential impacts are difficult to quantify, they could be far reaching and severe. Key 20M-50M LaGov OEPT-1439