W.Va. launches 3rd phase of state computer system
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia has launched the third phase of a project incorporating state agencies under one computer system.
The new system, called wvOASIS, will allow agencies to use one system to manage accounts, personnel, and assets. The third phase launched on Tuesday involves financial, procurement, and treasury applications.
The West Virgina Enterprise Resource Planning Board announced the system’s launch in a news release. The board is comprised of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, state Auditor Glen Gainer III and state Treasurer John Perdue.
Tomblin says in the release that wvOASIS will replace nearly 100 administrative systems.
The project’s spokeswoman, Traci Phillips, told the Charleston Gazette that a “help desk” has been established to assist state employees and vendors as they learn to use the new system.