Computer Related Services
|RFP Fiscal Year|
MC-E - 01
Develop and implement an automated computer system that will allow both the CDL Division and State Programs Division to manage the compliance review processes and regulatory oversight requirements of their State Partners. The system will have both Federal and State Users and be designed to allow for transmission of documents and information between both. The system will provide notifications to users for required events in advance of the due date, as well as reminders when a deliverable is due and past due. The system will allow for the Federal User to initiate a finding for a compliance issue with a State. The finding could be the result of any type of review (APR/STR/CCR, or a discovery out of cycle). The system must notify the State User of the finding and require a corrective action plan be submitted by the State with a due date. Completion of the corrective action plan would require FMCSA approval. The system will have various levels of FMCSA User access, each with different capabilities. The system must be able to allow for FMCSA Users to initiate and perform an Annual Program Review, Skills Test Review and/or Comprehensive Compliance Review. The system must be able to track the completion of the reviews and provide notifications when a review needs to be completed, or has not been completed. The system must be a repository for all previous CDL/State Program Reviews and their results (findings), as well as track annual requirements. The system must be able to produce reports to allow and assist with day to day management of the Programs.
|Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?|
|Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?|
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