Interface Analysis, Design, & Development
Government systems often must exchange critical data with each other via interfaces. A child support system, for example, may include more than 30 interfaces with other state agencies, plus external federal/other state systems.
When a new or changed interface needs to be implemented, analysts must carefully define it–for example, determining an approach, specifying data that’s sent/not sent, and identifying what can be shared, what data coding and terminology is returned, how records are maintained, and what appropriate security is.
Auctor analysts have worked to address these key interface challenges effectively. We’ve also successfully documented and trained on newly defined interface standards.
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