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Jennifer Pratt: Accenture, FBI Take ‘First Step’ in HR System Update Project

fbi headquartersThe FBI has moved to update and centralize its human resource systems by using Accenture-built information technology products.

The agency intends for the updated system to help users access personnel information on demand, Accenture said Wednesday.

“This first step in the modernization and centralization of the FBI’s human resources capabilities marks the beginning of a transformation… across the agency,” said Jennifer Pratt, Accenture’s lead for a Justice Department program.

Accenture’s HR Source system is built for the FBI to manage personnel action requests, benefits and payroll documents and staffing through a web-based application.

Accenture also helped to train nearly 500 users on how to operate the new management tools.

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