CMA has continued work, uninterrupted, through COVID-19 shutdowns across the country.
With more people filing for health and human services, states must ramp up processing and generation of these essential benefits. A robust IT infrastructure underlies many of these services. Optimizations to this infrastructure keep systems running smoothly under pressure.
In Connecticut, CMA has been working on an Enterprise Master Person Index (EMPI) project. Work took place between January 1, 2020 and March 23, 2020, sustaining through a public health and civil preparedness emergency declaration issued by Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont on March 10, 2020.
CMA consolidated six environments, previously supported in a remote Deloitte Data Center, into two environments in the AWS cloud, under Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) jurisdiction. The project aims to reduce IT costs while improving business continuity, scalability, and flexibility. The work provided CT DSS with increased visibility and control into the environments. Read the entire Success Story.
CMA will continue to build IT solutions that scale, improve, and resolve. We support the missions of the state agencies we serve.