CGI has been awarded a $281 million contract from the state of California to update payroll and case-management systems for the state’s hundreds of thousands of home health aides and case workers, the company announced.
The 7-year deal calls for CGI to modernize and maintain California’s Case Management Information and Payrolling System, or CMIPS.
“The CMIPS technology enables service providers to be paid, and for case workers to manage home services to help ensure safety, community living and quality-of-life for service recipients,” said Dave Delgado, senior vice president with CGI. “CGI is proud to support the state with this large and complex system of care and support.”
CMPIS is the key piece of technology undergirding the state program that provides personal care for more than 555,000 elderly, blind and disabled California residents. The system also process payroll for nearly 550,000 workers.
Under the maintenance-and-operations contract, CGI said it aims to innovate the payroll process with greater automation and allow for increased self-service by providers and recipients.