TWF Announcement: Phase 1a Project Scope

On May 16, One Washington leadership presented the program’s official recommendation for the scope of the initial financial implementation to the executive steering committee. After consulting with agency partners, expert partners and state subject matter experts, the program recommended, and the executive steering committee approved the addition of limited requisition to pay functionality to the scope of the phase 1a implementation of Workday.

Details regarding the decision, constraints that accompany it, and what limited requisition to pay functionality means can be found in the attached announcement document.

The scope of the first financial implementation includes:

Replacement of AFRS –the state’s general ledger accounting system 

  • Accounts receivable and invoicing 

  • Cost allocation for health & human service agencies  

  • Accounts payable and payments (not travel) 

  • Spending plans and budget controls 

  • Purchase authority and purchase item data 

  • Banking and settlements 

  • Fixed assets 

  • Interagency payments 

  • Centralized vendor/customer management 

  • New foundational data model 

  • Encumbrance accounting  

  • Financial reporting