About OSI

In 2005, the Office of Systems Integration (OSI) was established to manage a portfolio of large, complex health and human services information technology projects. The OSI provides project management, oversight, procurement and support services for a multi-billion dollar portfolio of high criticality projects. In this capacity, OSI coordinates communication, collaboration and decision making among project stakeholders and program-side sponsors of the projects. OSI manages the procurement, contract negotiations and contract management aspects of the acquisition of technology systems and services. After the procurement phase, OSI oversees the design, development, governance and implementation of IT systems which serve health and human services programs. Since its inception, OSI has developed a track record of successfully managing and deploying large, complex, mission critical systems to support health and human services programs at the state, federal and local level.

OSI manages seventy percent of California’s major IT projects which support health and human services programs across the state, serving one out of every three Californians.

Projects include:

Appeals Case Management System (ACMS)

California Healthcare Eligibility, Enrollment, and Retention System (CalHEERS)

Case Management Information and Payrolling Systems (CMIPS II)

Child Welfare Services-New System Project (CWS-NS)

Child Welfare Services/Case Management System (CWS/CMS)

Electronic Benefit Transfer Project (EBT)

Electronic Women, Infants and Children Management Information System (eWIC MIS) Project

Statewide Fingerprint Imaging System (SFIS)

Statewide Automated Welfare System (SAWS)

MEDS Modernization Project (MEDS MOD)

Welfare Data Tracking Implementation Project (WDTIP)