Arizona’s state and local government are getting ready to introduce the first new IT system management information system in decades.
The new system, which will be used by all state and county offices, will be rolled out in 2018.
The state has already started the process to install a system of its own that will oversee the system.
The system is expected to improve management by simplifying the job descriptions for each position and eliminating redundant information and documentation.
A separate version of the system will be deployed for county governments, which already have a centralized system.
It will also be used for county police departments, which have traditionally relied on centralized management.
The Arizona Department of Commerce has already put out a request for proposals for the new system.
The department said it is looking for a company that can do the job of the state of Arizona.
“It will take time to develop a system that is reliable and has the ability to be flexible and adaptable,” said Steve Lofgren, a department spokesman.
The State of Arizona is expected have more than 10,000 employees in the public sector by 2045, according to the Arizona Department.
That would be a big jump from the number of state employees at the time of the 2011 census.
The Arizona Department has said that it expects the state’s workforce to grow to more than 12,000 by 2020.