CGI was selected by the State of Colorado to work on the next two phases of the modernization of Trails, the state automated child welfare information system, said the company.

This Trails modernization project will rebuild the system using web technology over a two year period. Modernization is also expected to make the system mobile-friendly, with a new mobile platform that uses cameras and GPS location capabilities, with remote system integration and secure access management. The Trails solution also includes upgrades to the Assessment/Commitment and Case modules.

Accessed by approximately 6,000 users through 87 interfaces, Trails integrates with 11 other state systems that track child abuse and neglect cases, and care provider licenses, among other data.

CGI was previously selected to develop phase one of the project, modernizing the foundational Intake and Resource module, and will continue this work while undertaking the next two phases of the Trails system modernization.

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