The NSW Government plans to integrate its whole-of-government recruitment software with data from national criminal history provider, CrimTrac.
Tender documents issued last week called for a contractor to provide “best practice” integration of its Taleo recruitment software with CrimTrac and NSW Police systems.
The solution would use Taleo’s middleware technology, Taleo Connect Client, to extract relevant interagency data.
For agencies authorised to complete National Criminal History Records Check (NCHRC), the client would send and receive data from CrimTrac and update job-seeker records accordingly.
The middleware would talk to NSW Police servers, instead of CrimTrac, for agencies without NCHRC accreditation.
Since there was no scope to change CrimTrac message formats, the solution would have to use the national agency’s SOAP architecture.
Contractors were required to attend and lead workshops, document the integration solution, develop the systems architecture, test and support the system.
A final solution design was expected by 26 July, and integration was to be completed by October. Tender submissions were invited until 19 May.