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Identity and Asset Verification.

Tenders Are Invited For Identity And Asset Verification

The Mississippi Division Of Medicaid (dom) Is Soliciting Information From Potential Vendors Providing Innovative Solutions For An Identity And Asset Verification System (iavs). Dom Wants To Gain Insight Into Iavs Solutions That Vendors Have Implemented Or That Vendors Are In The Process Of Implementing. Dom Is Open To Different Approaches And Solutions Regarding How A Vendor s Recommended Solution Would Function, Should Dom Decide To Procure An Iavs. The Main Objectives Of This Rfi Are To: Provide Information That Dom Will Use To Create A Conceptual Design Of A Potential Iavs Request For Proposal (rfp) Solicit Information Regarding The Range Of Products And Services That Would Be Suitable For Use In An Iavs Understand The Implementation And Ongoing Maintenance Costs Associated With An Iavs It Is Important That The Potential Vendors Understand That Dom Is Seeking Information From Entities That Have Direct Experience With Iavss And State Welfare Eligibility Or Medical Claims Processing Systems In Order To Maximize The Value And Relevance Of The Information Provided.

Requirements 1.

Requirements Responses To This Rfi Should Describe How The Respondent s Electronic Online Identity And Asset Verification System Operates, Including What Information Dom Would Be Required To Provide And How The Responding Verification Information Would Be Provided To Dom. Responses To This Rfi Should Include The Following Information: 1.1 Executive Summary Vendors Should Respond To This Section With A Summary Of Their Overall Technical Approach, Methodology, Organization And Staffing For An Iavs Solution. The Executive Summary Should Condense And Highlight The Contents Of The Technical Approach In Such A Way As To Provide A Broad Understanding Of The Entire Rfi Response. 1.2 Company Background Vendors Should Respond To This Section With A Brief Description Of Their Company/organization, Products And Services, History, Names Of Governmental Entities For Which The Vendor Has Implemented Or Is Implementing An Iavs Solution, And Any Other Information Deemed Relevant. 1.3 Identity And Asset Verification Solution Vendors Should Provide A High Level Description Of How Their Iavs Solution Provides Dom With A Comprehensive Identity And Electronic Asset Verification System. The Proposed Solution Should At A Minimum Address Items Identified In The Following Descriptions: 1.3.1 A Description Of How The Iavs Solution Meets All Requirements Of The Centers For Medicare/medicaid Services And Section 1940 (42 U.s.c.a. A* 1396w) Of The Social Security Act And Miss. Code Ann. 43-13-116.1. 1.3.2 A Description Of The Identity Authentication Process That Verifies A Beneficiary s Identification That Is Consistent With Approach Taken By The Social Security Administration In Their Supplemental Security Income Asset Verification Pilot Project, Related To Title Vii, Section 7001(d) Of P.l.110-252 (supplemental Appropriations Act

Major organization : MISSISSIPPI DIVISION OF MEDICAID

Address : 3771 Eastwood Drive,

Jackson, MS 39211-6381,

Contact : Patti Irgens

Country :United States

Email : Patti.Irgens@its.ms.gov

Url : www.its.ms.gov

Tender notice number : 3486

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2015-11-12

Tender documents : T30141508.pdf

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