Idaho State Police Selects Federal Engineering for CAD, Records Management Project
Monday, July 20, 2020 | Comments

The Idaho State Police (ISP) selected Federal Engineering to provide unbiased expertise in the assessment, analysis, specification development, request for proposal (RFP) evaluation of vendor responses and implementation support for an updated CAD/records management system (RMS).

“The Idaho State Police utilizes a software system for tracking, retrieving, managing, and storing data integral to public safety and law enforcement operations,” said Major Charlie Spencer, the state’s project manager. “The system is critical to all commissioned personnel and is utilized by patrol, investigations, alcohol beverage control, regional communications centers, commercial vehicle safety and other personnel who support those major functions.

“The system has reached the end of life, and we require the services of industry experts to assist in the upgrade process,” said Spencer. “ISP generated a detailed request for proposals and received responses from multiple firms. Due to the critical importance of this project, we spent a good deal of time reviewing these responses and further investigating the firms. Federal Engineering was clearly the best choice for Idaho.”

For the project, Federal Engineering will perform a needs assessment including a business needs assessment, current system functionality analysis, and gap analysis; a system analysis including requirements analysis, alternatives analysis, cost benefit analysis, status quo costs, cost profiles and benefits profiles; a conceptual system design and feasibility study, a high-level plan to move forward; CAD/RMS RFP and procurement support; and implementation phase technical and project assistance.

“We are thrilled to have been selected by the Idaho State Police to support their CAD/RMS upgrade project,” said Federal Engineering CEO and President Ronald F. Bosco. “Public-safety systems consulting is what we do. It is our only business. FE has completed thousands of projects, and we will apply our vast knowledge to the benefit of Idaho. Our subject matter experts look forward to working with the ISP and bringing this project to a successful conclusion.”

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