Maine DAFS and CA Software Developers at Odds Over HR System Software Project Failure

    Andrew Milano

    On June 20, 2021, an investigation surrounding Maine’s Department of Administrative and Financial Services (DAFS) $35 million human resources software project contract with California software development company Workday alleged that Maine state officials are primarily at fault for the multi-month-long dispute with Workday.

    DAFS hired Workday in November 2018 to upgrade the state’s HR management software, including “customized cloud-based software for payroll, recruitment, time tracking, benefits administration and security.”

    Read more at the Portland Press Herald

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