SIGMA - Selected Application Controls and Service Level Requirements - 071-0595-18
Description of Agency
The Statewide Integrated Governmental Management Applications (SIGMA) is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for the State of Michigan that is owned by the State Budget Office (SBO). SIGMA administration and security are the responsibility of SBO’s SIGMA team in conjunction with the Office of Financial Management (OFM) and State agencies. SIGMA fully or partially replaced over 60 systems in State government operations, including accounting (MAIN), timekeeping (DCDS), procurement (Buy4Michigan), and other agency specific applications. SIGMA consists of various modules such as Financial, Human Resource Management, Security and Administration, and Business Intelligence. SIGMA is also capable of cost accounting and cost allocation, grant lifecycle management, asset and inventory management, and performance budgeting. Project SIGMA cost the State $143,275,720 as of March 31, 2018, with a total budget of $168,472,800 since project inception in fiscal year 2013.
- To assess the effectiveness of selected access controls over SIGMA.
- To assess the effectiveness of the State’s efforts to ensure the completeness and accuracy of selected data within SIGMA.
- To assess the State and vendor’s compliance with the service level requirements within the SIGMA contract.
Estimated Release Date: February 2019
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