Spotlight on Tom DiMartino

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Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at 8:30 a.m.

Achieving Procurement Nirvana: Strategic Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Presentation Overview:

Learn how to read your roadmap to success on the complex procurement journey. Many states are rounding the corner on critical projects which require complex procurements. States need a clear strategic technology roadmap to progress towards consistent, unified goals. Without a great map to your destination, you may get lost and the end result is the same type of “siloed” systems we have struggled to break down the past decade. The success of the project depends upon the strength of the contract and the basis for a good contract begins with the procurement strategy. In this session we will create a roadmap to guide your procurements in the state’s strategic direction, learn best practices for procurement strategies to implement a system on-schedule and within budget, and discover how to establish a procurement approach which fosters the ongoing vendor/ client relationship. We will close the session with lessons learned from state and industry partners.

Who is speaking: Tom DiMartino, Principal Consultant

Tom has over 30 years of experience in the Public Sector IT industry, specializing in large scale project management and systems procurements. He has comprehensive experience in APD development, contract negotiation, technology planning, and system implementation. Tom has a wealth of experience working in Medicaid Management Information Systems (MMIS), Child Support Enforcement Systems and Integrated Eligibility (TANF/SNAP/Medicaid) systems. Tom worked as Senior Procurement Consultant for the states of Connecticut, Indiana, California, Alaska and Wisconsin.

Tom has directed the Program Management Office for the State of Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Hybrid Eligibility System. He was also the lead on the agency’s $300 million Enterprise Medicaid System project for the Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning.

Conference Information:

You can meet with Tom and other netlogx team members at booth number 57. Follow all of the happenings during the conference at www.mesconference.org