State and Local Government Projects

I. Washington.

A. The State of Washington Health Benefits Exchange

Health Benefits Exchange Project: Mr. Wyde assisted in connection with the negotiations and revising the agreement with a vendor to design, develop and implement the new Health Benefits Exchange in Washington State.

Call Center Project: Mr. Wyde assisted in connection with the negotiations and revising the agreement with a vendor to design, develop and implement the call center for the new Health Benefits Exchange in Washington State.

B. The State of Washington Administrative Office of the Courts

Mr. Wyde drafted the agreement for the design, development and implementation of a new court administrative system and will lead the negotiations with the vendor for the system. Mr. Wyde also edited the RFP to coordinate the agreement with the Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the system.

C. The State of Washington, Department of Social and Health Services ("DSHS").

Medicaid Management Information System Procurement ("MMIS") Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the agreement for the design, development and implementation of a new MMIS and led the negotiations with the vendor for the system. Mr. Wyde had also edited the RFP to coordinate the agreement with the RFP. Mr. Wyde and a partner of Mr. Wyde successfully represented the State, along with the Attorney General’s Office, in connection with public records requests from losing bidders and the protest filed by one of the losing bidders.

MMIS Development, Implementation, and Operations: Mr. Wyde is also assisting DSHS on addressing ongoing issues during the project's development, implementation, and operations phases, including amending the agreement, drafting correspondence, and helping resolve disputes with the vendor.

MMIS Extension: Mr. Wyde drafted the Amendment for extending the term for the MMIS vendor and assisted in negotiations related to the Amendment.

Provider Compensation Subsystem: Mr. Wyde drafted a model agreement for an RFP for the design, development, and implementation of a new system for processing deductions and payments for social service providers employed by clients of DSHS and assisted the agency through the RFP process.

SACWIS Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the agreement for the purchase of a new SACWIS and led the negotiations against the vendor developing the system. Mr. Wyde had also edited the RFP to coordinate the agreement with the RFP.

Electronic Benefits Transfer System: Mr. Wyde drafted the electronic benefits transfer ("EBT") contract that was submitted to Citicorp Services, Inc. ("CSI"), which was the original vendor chosen by the Western States EBT Alliance. He then led the negotiations with CSI on behalf of DSHS. While preparing the contract for DSHS, he analyzed and became familiar with contracts prepared by other WSEA states, including Hawaii, Colorado, and Idaho. Mr. Wyde has also advised DSHS on contract matters related to implementation of the EBT system and services, including drafting correspondence related to disputes with the vendor over performance and remedies.

Electronic Benefits Transfer System Reprocurement: Mr. Wyde assisted DSHS in drafting the new electronic benefits transfer ("EBT") contract for the reprocurement of the EBT system that was originally provided by Citicorp Services, Inc. ("CSI"). Mr. Wyde also assisted DSHS in the negotiations with J.P. Morgan Electronic Financial Services, Inc. (which purchased CSI) on behalf of DSHS.

Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing ("ODHH") Telecommunications Relay Services ("TRS") Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the ODHH with the drafting and negotiating of an agreement to replace its Telecommunications Relay Services vendor.

TRS Project Operations: Mr. Wyde has assisted the ODHH in amending the agreement with the vendor to add new services and continues to provide ongoing assistance to the project.

Automated Client Eligibility System ("ACES") Project: Mr. Wyde was responsible for editing the RFP and for drafting and negotiating the contract for the eligibility system project in Washington. He also assisted in negotiating a resolution of the dispute that arose with the vendor ("ISSC/IBM") over the vendor’s failures to timely complete the project and in revising the contract to reflect the settlement between the parties.

ACES Transition Project: Mr. Wyde revised the RFP and contract that were to be issued for hiring a contractor to move ACES to a different platform.

ACES Sixth Amendment: Mr. Wyde advised DSHS on amendments to the contract that were proposed by IBM and that related to Year 2000 compliance obligations of IBM.

Prior MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde advised DSHS in connection with its former MMIS contract.

HIPAA Project: Mr. Wyde was also asked to conduct research related to HIPAA for DSHS. Mr. Wyde and another attorney from Mr. Wyde’s former firm advised DSHS on this project.

D. The State of Washington, Department of Personnel.

Hosted Recruiting System Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the model Software- as-a-Service Agreement for a new hosted, web-based recruitment system that will provide a single point of entry for citizens to find and apply for job opportunities with Washington State government.

Human Resources Management System Procurement Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the model Software License Agreement and Implementation Agreement that were included in the RFP. Mr. Wyde led the negotiations against SAP on the Software License Agreement and Accenture LLP on the Implementation Agreement for this system and revised the Agreements for execution by the agency and vendors.

Human Resources Management System Development and Implementation: Mr. Wyde continues to provide advice to the agency during the development, implementation, operations and maintenance stages of the project.

E. The State of Washington, Department of Transportation ("DOT")

Statewide Tolling Customer Service Center Project: Mr. Wyde reviewed and revised the Statewide Tolling Customer Service Center Agreement that was drafted by the Attorney General's Office and provided suggested edits to the RFP that was drafted by the project staff.

F. The State of Washington, University of Washington.

Advanced Technology Initiative: Mr. Wyde was chosen as part of a team of three attorneys to represent the University of Washington (the "UW") in connection with its Advanced Technology Initiative (the "ATI"). Mr. Wyde’s role was to assist the UW in licensing and other intellectual property and software-related matters involving the ATI and new, entrepreneurial companies that were established to exploit the UW’s technologies and intellectual property.

UW School of Oceanography: Mr. Wyde has assisted the UW School of Oceanography by drafting agreements for the sale of its underwater glider devices and associates services.

Video on Demand Agreement: Mr. Wyde assisted the UW by revising an agreement to license its video programming to Comcast for a video-on-demand service.

G. The State of Washington, Center for Information Services.

Re-Hosting Project: The Center for Information Services provides centralized technology services to community and technical colleges in the State of Washington. The Center had published an RFP to retain a vendor to sell new hardware and operating system licenses, and to re-architect and translate its existing software system to a new platform. Mr. Wyde revised the model state terms that were published with the Request for Proposals published by this agency to tailor those terms to this procurement and to add remedies and protections for the Center. Mr. Wyde assisted the Center in its negotiations with the vendor.

Re-Hosting Project Amendment: Mr. Wyde was retained to assist the Center in amending its agreement and the associated statement of work. Mr. Wyde revised the amendment and statement of work and assisted the AGO in negotiations with the vendor to help resolve open issues.

Re-Hosting Project Termination: Mr. Wyde assisted the Center and Attorney General’s Office representatives in terminating the Center’s agreement and associated statement of work with its vendor when the agency concluded the project would not be completed. Such assistance included, among other tasks, advising the agency on settlement terms and helping revise the settlement agreement with the vendor.

H. The State of Washington, Department of Natural Resources ("DNR").

Enterprise Resource Planning Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the Attorney General’s Office ("AGO") and DNR in drafting a software license agreement and an implementation agreement for its new Enterprise Resource Planning system. Mr. Wyde also advised the AGO representative and DNR management during negotiations.

I. The State of Washington, Health Care Authority ("HCA").

Fiscal/Employer Agent System: Mr. Wyde drafted a model agreement for an RFP for the design, development, and implementation of a new system and services to provide Fiscal/Employer Agent domestic payroll and supporting services for social service providers employed by clients of the State of Washington Department of Social and Health Services. Mr. Wyde also is assisting the agency through the RFP process.

Information System Replacement Project: Mr. Wyde and a partner of Mr. Wyde helped the HCA mediate a settlement of a dispute with and termination of the vendor for its prior Information System Replacement Project to handle eligibility, claims and accounting functions for the state employee ("PEBB") and Basic Health programs administered by HCA.

BAIAS Reprocurement Project: Mr. Wyde edited the model Software License Agreement and Implementation Agreement that were included in the Request for Proposals published by this agency. Mr. Wyde led the negotiations against SAP on the Software License Agreement and another vendor on an unsuccessful procurement on the Implementation Agreement for this system. Mr. Wyde then revised the Software License Agreement for execution by the agency and SAP. Mr. Wyde drafted the next version of the Implementation Agreement that was included in the RFP for the implementation vendor and helped negotiate changes to the Implementation Agreement with the vendor chosen for the project.

J. The State of Washington, Department of Health.

LEAP Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the contract and assisted in negotiating the terms with a potential vendor for a new licensing system for the Department of Health.

K. The State of Washington, Employment Security Department.

Next Generation Tax System Project: Mr. Wyde was retained to assist the Department with its new tax system. His tasks included helping revise the model agreement that was included in the RFP, revising the RFP to synchronize with the model agreement, leading negotiations with the development vendor, and revising the agreement to incorporate changes negotiated with the vendor.

GUIDE Project Procurement: Mr. Wyde revised the RFP for hiring Deloitte and Touche to finish developing the unemployment compensation system project, which had been halted due to a failure of the previous vendor to complete the project. He also drafted and negotiated the terms of the contract with Deloitte and Touche which was retained to finish developing the system.

GUIDE Project Dispute Resolution: After a dispute arose, Mr. Wyde helped negotiate a resolution to the dispute and drafted an amendment to the contract with the vendor regarding the terms for completing the project.

Imaging Project: Mr. Wyde reviewed and revised the RFP and contract for hiring a vendor to develop and sell an imaging system to this agency.

L. The State of Washington, Department of Labor & Industries.

Imaging Project: Mr. Wyde reviewed and revised the RFP and drafted and negotiated the contract for hiring a vendor to develop a new imaging system for this agency.

M. The State of Washington, Department of Licensing.

LAMP Phase I: Mr. Wyde reviewed and revised the RFP and drafted and negotiated the contract for hiring a vendor to design a new licensing system for this agency.

LAMP Phase II: Mr. Wyde reviewed and revised the RFP and drafted and negotiated the contract for hiring a vendor to develop a new licensing system for this agency.

N. King County, Washington.

FSRP Project: Mr. Wyde was retained to assist the County in developing a strategy for resolving a dispute with its implementation vendor for new payroll and financial systems.

O. Chelan County Public Utility District (the "District").

ERP System Procurement Project: Mr. Wyde represented the District in negotiations for the purchase of an Enterprise Resource Planning system. He recommended revisions to the model PeopleSoft Software License and Services Agreement, Support Services Terms and Conditions, and other documents and advised the County during negotiations against PeopleSoft. He also revised the RFP contract terms and conditions that had previously been drafted by the County for the implementation services.

ERP Project Operations: Mr. Wyde served as counsel to the District in connection with both PeopleSoft and Maximus, including drafting eight amendments to the Maximus agreement.

OSI: Mr. Wyde has advised the District in connection with its licensing of software from Open Systems International.

OATI: Mr. Wyde has assisted the District in negotiating revisions to OATI’s agreement for its E-Tag and E-Scheduling systems.

ETI: Mr. Wyde has drafted a software license agreement and edited a support services agreement for the District’s relationship with a vendor of equipment and services.

P. The Port of Tacoma.

IMS Contract Negotiations: Mr. Wyde assisted the Port in the initial, unsuccessful effort to retain an implementation vendor for a new information management system. Such assistance included revising the model agreement published in an RFP and assisting in negotiations with the apparently successful vendor.

IMS Reprocurement Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the model implementation vendor agreement that was published in the RFP, led negotiations with the apparently successful vendor, and revised the final agreement with the vendor for the implementation of the new information management system.

IMS Reprocurement Project Termination: Mr. Wyde assisted the Port of Tacoma in terminating the implementation vendor. Such assistance included drafting termination-related correspondence, drafting materials for a mediation session with the vendor, leading the mediation process for the Port, and providing general advice in connection with the termination and post-termination activities.

Q. King County Water District #111 v. Springbrook Software.

Mediation: Mr. Wyde served as a mediator in a dispute between Springbrook Software, a software licensor, and King County Water District #111 in connection with a dispute over Springbrook’s software that was licensed to the District. Mr. Wyde mediated a resolution to the dispute in the one day mediation session.

R. The City of Seattle.

Application Service Provider ("ASP") Project: Mr. Wyde advised the City of Seattle in connection with its developing an ASP agreement with its vender for licensing real estate contractors.

II. California.

A. The California Health Benefits Exchange.

CalHEERS Project: Mr. Wyde has assisted the Exchange by reviewing and editing its RFP, drafting the agreement that was published with the RFP, negotiating with the vendor chosen to design, develop and implement the RFP, and revising the agreement after negotiating changes to the agreement.

B. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

SOMS Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation in negotiating changes to its existing agreement with the vendor for its Strategic Offender Management System.

C. California Statewide Automated Welfare System/Consortium IV ("C‑IV") Joint Powers Authority.

Welfare Eligibility Project/Development, Implementation and Support: California has allowed its Counties, which operate the welfare systems for the State, to organize into consortia. Each consortium is then responsible for contracting with vendors to build and operate a family assistance management information system. Four California counties banded together to form the Consortium IV Joint Powers Authority ("JPA"), and Mr. Wyde was outside counsel to the JPA for the procurement. In this role he: reviewed and revised the Solicitation of Partnership ("SOP"); drafted the model contract; participated in confidential discussions with each of the three bidders; and led the negotiations against Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting) for the 13-year, approximately $560 million contract to develop and operate the new system.

Welfare Eligibility Project/Quality Assurance: Mr. Wyde also drafted and negotiated the contract with GovConnect (now First Data Government Services) to serve as the Quality Assurance vendor that assisted Consortium IV in managing the contract with Accenture.

I-SAWS Migration: Thirty-five additional California counties have joined the JPA and are in the process of migrating to use of the C‑IV system. Mr. Wyde is assisting the JPA in connection with implementing the migration. Mr. Wyde has edited the RFPs and drafted the agreements for the new Implementation Vendor for parts of the migration project and for the new Quality Assurance Vendor for the overall migration project. Mr. Wyde also drafted the amendment to the agreement with Accenture for further development and maintenance activities for the migration of the 35 additional counties to use of the C‑IV system. Mr. Wyde then helped negotiate the agreement for the new Implementation Vendor and has revised the agreement to incorporate negotiated changes.

Operations: Mr. Wyde serves on a continuing basis as outside counsel to the JPA in connection with both Accenture and FDGS, including revising the underlying agreements, letters of credit, license agreements, and guarantees, as well as drafting new agreements, such as licenses for the C-IV system for use by other states, and other project-related documents.

M&O Procurement Project: Mr. Wyde helped C-IV with its next set of procurements for the time when the agreements with Accenture and FDGS expire. His first work involved drafting an agreement for a Planning Consultant that was going to draft the RFP for the new maintenance and operations vendor, but that part of the project was stopped due to State of California budget problems. He assisted with the drafting of an RFP and an agreement for a new quality assurance vendor, and then he will help edit the RFP and draft the agreement for a new vendor that will provide maintenance and operations services for the C-IV system when its current agreements with Accenture expire.

Licenses for Other Jurisdictions: Mr. Wyde has drafted and helped negotiate licenses that C-IV is using to provide its source code to other jurisdictions such as the State of Idaho and Los Angeles County.

D. The State of California, Department of Social Services.

CWS/CMS Re-Procurement Project (CWS/Web): Mr. Wyde assisted the State in its procurement of a new foster care system, including revising the RFP and helping draft the model contract terms published in the RFP.

Child Welfare Services/Case Management System ("CWS/CMS") Project: The State retained Mr. Wyde to review and revise the RFP issued for the procurement of operations and maintenance services for the CWS/CMS (foster care) project. He also revised the contract issued with the RFP. In 1994 – 1995, he was retained to assist the State in resolving a dispute that had arisen with Integrated Systems Solutions Corporation ("ISSC"), a subsidiary of IBM Corporation ("IBM"), over the development of the CWS/CMS. The dispute was ultimately resolved, and ISSC/IBM completed the system.

CWS/CMW Re-Hosting Transition Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the State in its negotiations with IBM to move hosting of the CWS/CMS application software from IBM’s facilities to a State operated data center.

EBT Project: The California Department of Social Services retained Mr. Wyde to review and edit the Request for Proposal ("RFP") drafted by the State for a new EBT system. He also drafted the contract that was issued with the RFP, and he provided technical counsel during the evaluations and confidential discussions related to the RFP responses.

EBT Reprocurement Project: Mr. Wyde was retained to review and edit the agreement for the next generation EBT project.

Statewide Automated Child Support System ("SACSS") Project and Litigation: Mr. Wyde initially was involved in attempting to negotiate a settlement of the dispute between the State and Lockheed Martin IMS ("LMIMS") involving the State’s child support system. The parties were unable to resolve the dispute, and the contract for LMIMS to develop and maintain the system was terminated. The State then retained Mr. Wyde’s former firm, Davis Wright Tremaine ("DWT") to serve as litigation counsel against LMIMS.

California Child Support Automation ("CCSA") System: California issued an RFP for a vendor to develop a new child support system as a result of the failure of the SACSS project. Mr. Wyde assisted in reviewing and revising different drafts of the RFP.

Case Management, Information and Payrolling System ("CMIPS"): Mr. Wyde assisted the State in its negotiations with EDS over issues related to Year 2000 remediation work performed by EDS on this project.

Year 2000: Mr. Wyde advised the State in its efforts to ensure that the systems for which the State is responsible did not have processing problems on or after January 1, 2000.

Technology Presentations: Mr. Wyde has given presentations on key guidelines related to technology procurement and contract administration issues to California State and County attorneys, managers and project staff. These presentations were sponsored by CDSS as well as the California Department of Information Technology.

E. The State of California, Secretary of State's Office.

Catalyst Consulting Group Agreement: Mr. Wyde assisted the California Secretary of State's Office in resolving the State’s dispute with Catalyst Consulting Group in connection with the VoteCal Project. Mr. Wyde drafted the Settlement Agreement used to resolve this dispute.

New Procurement: Mr. Wyde is assisting the California Secretary of State's Office in connection with the drafting of its Request for Proposals to retain a new vendor for the VoteCal Project.

F. The State of California, Attorney General’s Office.

Oracle Enterprise License Agreement: Mr. Wyde was retained by the California Attorney General’s Office to assist in resolving the State’s dispute with Oracle Corporation and Northrup Grumman Information Technologies, Inc. in connection with an Enterprise License Agreement and associated financing arrangements between the State and these companies. Mr. Wyde drafted and helped negotiate the terms of the agreements that were used to resolve this dispute. Mr. Wyde also assisted the AGO in connection with its investigation of a potential false claims action against these companies.

G. California Statewide Automated Welfare System/Welfare Case Data System ("WCDS").

Welfare Eligibility Project: Eighteen additional California counties have been operating a common welfare system for several years and formed a consortium for purposes of retaining a vendor to build and operate their new integrated eligibility system. Mr. Wyde was retained as counsel to the WCDS consortium for the procurement. In this role, he reviewed and revised the RFP. He also revised the model contract for issuance with the RFP, participated in the negotiations related to the final contract, and revised the contract during the negotiations.

Operations: Mr. Wyde was retained to assist the WCDS consortium in negotiating an amendment to the agreement with its vendor.

M&O Procurement Project: Mr. Wyde has drafted the agreement for a new vendor that will provide maintenance and operations services for the CalWIN system when its current agreement with Hewlett-Packard Company expires.

H. Butte County, California.

Accounting System Project: Mr. Wyde assisted Butte County in obtaining a new accounting system by revising and negotiating changes to a software license agreement and drafting and negotiating an implementation agreement.

Behavioral Health Information System Procurement Project: Mr. Wyde assisted Butte County in obtaining a new behavioral health information system by drafting and negotiating a software license agreement and support services agreement.

Behavioral Health Information System Project Operations: Mr. Wyde continues to assist Butte County in connection with its new behavioral health information system by drafting and negotiating amendments to the software license agreement and support services agreement.

I. California Institute of Mental Health.

Mental Health System Project: Mr. Wyde assisted a group of California counties which worked together to assess vendors for new mental health care systems. Mr. Wyde conducted procurement training sessions and drafted a model system purchase agreement that can be used for self-hosted systems and ASP structures.

J. Mental Health System Coalition Joint Powers Authority ("JPA").

Mental Health System Replacement Project: Mr. Wyde drafted a model agreement and led negotiations with a new vendor for the mental health care system for the nine California counties that comprised the JPA.

JPA Agreement and Bylaws Replacements: Mr. Wyde drafted a new joint powers authority agreement and bylaws for the JPA.

Ongoing Operations: Mr. Wyde continues to assist the JPA in connection with legal matters associated with its ongoing operations, including amending the agreement with its mental health system vendor, assisting in resolving disputes with the vendor, and other matters.

K. Ventura County, California.

New Property Tax System: Mr. Wyde assisted Ventura County by revising the agreement it drafted, using Mr. Wyde’s prior agreement for the ERP Project, for publication in its RFP that is being issued to hire a vendor to design, develop, implement and operate a new property system.

ERP Project: Mr. Wyde represented the Ventura County Auditor/Controller in negotiations for the purchase and implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning system. He revised the model PeopleSoft Software License and Services Agreement, Support Services Terms and Conditions, and other documents, led negotiations against PeopleSoft, and revised the agreement until it was acceptable to both parties. He also drafted model contract terms for the implementation of the PeopleSoft software, led negotiations against KPMG Consulting, Inc., which was chosen to configure and implement the software, and revised the contract until it was acceptable to both parties.

L. Contra Costa County, California.

Mental Health System Replacement Project: Mr. Wyde has drafted a model agreement and has been retained to negotiate with a new vendor for the mental health care system for the County.

III.Texas.

A. The State of Texas, Health and Human Services Commission ("HHSC").

Integrated Eligibility and Enrollment ("IEE") Project: Mr. Wyde assisted HHSC with precontract discussions with potential vendors for its IEE Project and with negotiations with the tentatively selected vendor. Mr. Wyde also helped revise the agreement for Accenture, the vendor chosen for the project.

Termination of IEE Project: Mr. Wyde assisted HHSC in its negotiations to terminate the agreement for the IEE project.

Medicaid Fiscal Agent RFP: Mr. Wyde assisted HHSC in connection with reviewing and revising its draft RFP for its Medicaid claims administrator/primary care case management system. Mr. Wyde drafted a list of recommended changes to the RFP and advised the General Counsel of this agency in connection with this RFP.

MMIS and Medicaid Fiscal Agent Agreement: Mr. Wyde assisted the HHSC in negotiating and drafting a new agreement for the design, development and implementation of an MMIS and for Medicaid fiscal agent services with ACS and advised the HHSC in connection with a bid protest that resulted from the awarding of this agreement.

TIERS Project: Mr. Wyde reviewed and recommended improvements to HHSC’s RFP for its TIERS Project.

B. The State of Texas, Department of Human Services ("TDHS").

EBT Software License: Mr. Wyde assisted the State with revisions to the software license with GTECH Administrative Services Corporation and Transactive Corporation. He had analyzed certain issues that arose under the GTECH EBT contract, including the applicability of liquidated damages and other provisions. He also drafted and helped negotiate the amendment to the EBT contract for the pursuit of the EBT-2 system in Texas.

EBT-2 System Vendors: Mr. Wyde then assisted in revising contract terms in and other parts of requests for proposals that were issued to the other current vendors of the different components of the EBT-2 system, including the retailer management, call center and central processing vendors. Mr. Wyde analyzed different bonds and insurance terms that were established by the vendors for these parts of the EBT system.

EBT-2 Switch Interoperability Agreement: Mr. Wyde also drafted and helped negotiate the terms of the EBT Switch Interoperability Agreement that will be used by the State’s retailer management vendor.

Eligibility System ("TIES") Project: Mr. Wyde was retained by TDHS in connection with the drafting and negotiation of a contract with Electronic Data Systems Corporation ("EDS") for the development of a new eligibility system and the outsourcing of certain computer and programmatic services. He drafted the contract and assisted in negotiations with EDS until the project was terminated.

Texas Integrated Eligibility Redesign System ("TIERS") Project: Mr. Wyde assisted TDHS in connection with its TIERS project by revising drafts of RFPs and model contract terms, and by assisting in negotiations with vendors chosen on the project, including the major design and development vendors and the help desk vendor.

C. Harris County Hospital District.

Patient Management, Billing and Collections System: Mr. Wyde assisted the District in resolving the dispute with its vendor for a new Patient Management, Billing and Collections System and e-Health Claims Processing Services by advising the Harris County on this matter and editing the Settlement and Release with the vendor.

Model RFP Terms: Mr. Wyde reviewed and recommended improvements to the District’s model RFP.

IV. Oregon.

A. City of Portland, Oregon.

ERP Project: Mr. Wyde assisted in drafting and negotiating the terms of contracts for the evaluation and implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, and for the Software License Agreement and Implementation Agreement.

B. City of Hillsboro, Oregon.

Finance and Human Resources System Project: Mr. Wyde is helping the City to analyze the risks associated with the vendor’s software license and implementation agreements for a new Finance and Human Resources System and to revise and negotiate the terms of the agreements.

C. Washington County, Oregon.

Outsourcing Project: Mr. Wyde drafted a contract for outsourcing the County’s data processing and telecommunications services to a large computer services vendor. He also assisted the County Counsel’s Office in its negotiations related to the outsourcing contract.

Custody Management System Project: Mr. Wyde drafted a contract for the purchase of a custody management and video imaging system.

V. North Carolina.

A. The State of North Carolina, Department of Human Resources.

Child Support System Project: Mr. Wyde was retained in connection with a dispute with a vendor that was developing a computer system for the child support program. He analyzed the facts and documents related to the dispute, helped prepare the negotiating strategy, and drafted the settlement agreement that resulted after the State terminated the vendor.

EBT Project: Mr. Wyde was retained by the State of North Carolina in connection with its EBT contract with CSI. North Carolina is part of the alliance of Southeastern states that has an overall contract with CSI, and he assisted North Carolina by revising its specific contract with CSI and advising the General Counsel of the Department of Human Resources in its negotiations with CSI.

B. The Institute of Government.

Technology Procurement Seminar: Mr. Wyde helped co-lead an all day seminar on technology procurements for State, county and municipal officials.

VI. The State of Oklahoma.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde was retained by the Oklahoma Health Care Authority in connection with a dispute with the vendor that was developing enhancements to the MMIS. He helped negotiate and document a resolution to the dispute.

Department of Human Services: Mr. Wyde has been retained by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services to provide assistance on technology procurements. He has edited a draft RFP which includes model contract terms for a new system.

VII. The Commonwealth Of Virginia, Department Of Medical Assistance Services.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde was retained in connection with a dispute with the vendor that was developing a new MMIS. He investigated the facts related to the dispute and also advised the Commonwealth on the terms of the settlement agreement that resulted after the vendor was terminated.

VIII. The State Of New Hampshire, Department Of Human Services.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde was retained in connection with a dispute with the vendor that developed and operated the MMIS. He investigated the facts and documents related to the dispute and advised the Attorney General’s Office and the Department of Human Services on the terms in the memorandum of understanding related to the resolution of the dispute.

IX. The State Of Idaho, Department Of Health And Welfare.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde was retained to advise the State in connection with its MMIS project with its then-current vendor.

MMIS Reprocurement Project: Mr. Wyde has assisted the State in connection with revising the RFPs and drafting model agreements for the four components of its MMIS reprocurement project. Mr. Wyde also assisted in negotiating the terms of those agreements with its chosen vendors, with its quality assurance vendor, and with the transition and turnover of the existing system to the new vendor.

X. The State Of North Dakota, Department of Human Services.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the State in revising the agreement that had been published in the RFP and advised the State in connection with its negotiations with the apparently successful vendor.

MMIS Project Dispute: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State in trying to resolve the dispute with the vendor over problems with the MMIS Project.

XI. The State Of Kansas, Department Of Social And Rehabilitation Services.

Child Support Project: Mr. Wyde was retained to advise the State in connection with a dispute related to the development of the State’s child support system.

XII. The State Of Mississippi.

EBT Project: Mr. Wyde was retained by the State of Mississippi to revise model terms that had been published in an RFP and to negotiate the terms of the contract for a new EBT system with the apparently successful bidder, Lockheed Martin IMS ("LMIMS"). LMIMS was then purchased by ACS in the process of the negotiations. Mr. Wyde successfully completed the negotiations with ACS for that EBT system.

XIII. The State Of Alaska, Department Of Human and Social Services.

Health Information Exchange: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State with its management of and changes to its relationship with the non-profit corporation that has hired a vendor to design, develop, implement and operate the Health Information Exchange in Alaska.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the State by revising the agreement that had been published in the RFP and by leading negotiations with the vendor for a new MMIS.

XIV. The State Of Georgia, Department Of Community Health.

Health Information Transparency Project: Mr. Wyde drafted the agreement that was published in the RFP for a new website that will provide comparative information about health care providers.

Integrated Eligibility System: Mr. Wyde drafted the agreement for the design, development and implementation of a new front end eligibility system for the State’s social services and health care programs and participated in the negotiations with the apparently successful vendor for the system. Mr. Wyde also edited the RFP to coordinate the agreement with the RFP for the system.

Medicaid Management Information System: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State with its management of and changes to its relationship with the vendor hired to design, develop, implement and operate the MMIS in Georgia.

XV. The State of South Dakota

Mediator for MMIS Litigation: At the request of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Mr. Wyde has been retained to serve as the mediator to help resolve the litigation between the State of South Dakota and its MMIS vendor, CNSI.

XVI. The State Of Montana, Department of Public Health and Human Services.

Model Agreement Project: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State by drafting a model agreement that will be used as the basis for numerous procurements for social services systems. He will also assist in tailoring the model agreement for each of the procurements and will assist in some of the negotiations with the vendors chosen to develop the systems.

TANF/SNAP Project: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State in connection with the drafting of the agreement that is being used as the basis for the TANF and SNAP procurement. He is also assisting in negotiations with the vendor chosen to develop the system.

MMIS Project: Mr. Wyde is assisting the State in connection with the drafting of the agreement that is being used as the basis for the MMIS procurement. He is also assisting in negotiations with the vendor chosen to develop the system.

XVI. The State of Louisiana, Department of Social Services.

ACESS Project: Mr. Wyde assisted the State of Louisiana in connection with drafting an RFP and contract terms for its ACESS Project for its child welfare system.

XVII. The State of Minnesota, Department of Human Services.

Litigation for Wrongful Termination: My Wyde was retained to advise the State of Minnesota, which had been sued by one of its IT vendors for wrongful termination of its agreement with the State.

XVIII. Missouri.

Health Information Exchange Master Agreement: Mr. Wyde assisted the Missouri Health Connection, which is the non-profit corporation set up to provide the Health Information Exchange to the State of Missouri. Mr. Wyde drafted the Master Agreement to retain the vendor that will implement and operate the HIE, negotiated with the vendor that was chosen to provide these services, and revised the agreement to reflect the final negotiations.

Participation Agreement: Mr. Wyde has assisted MHC in the drafting of the agreement that will be used with Qualified Organizations and Providers.