Notice ID: SRNS5152023DIGITALWORKFLOWSYSTEM
The Digital Workflow System (DWS) will support a Savannah River Site (SRS) new processing facility. It will maintain a historic database that tracks products as they move through the process. It will support activities including data collection, calculations, limit checking and interfacing with instrumentation (preferably the Site Standard Digital Control System, Emerson DeltaV). It will interface with other Site-built applications to communicate completion of steps in the process. It will support executing multiple concurrent instances of the same process.
The COTS product needs to satisfy these requirements at a minimum:
Use of a web-based user interface.
Graphical workflow capabilities to generate work plans containing operations and associated instructions/steps based on defined processes to manage shop floor processes.
Data collection capabilities (manual and electronic interfaces, preferably Emerson Delta-V, the site standard). Data types to be collected include numeric, alphanumeric, and binary. Validation of data entries will include type checking, valid character sets, sets of valid values, and validation based on values entered earlier in the workflow.
Ability for multiple instances of the same workflow to be in execution simultaneously.
API documentation available for interaction with custom applications and reporting tools.
Capability that allows configuration or reconfiguration of workflows, addition of new workflows, and data collection changes/additions with no down time and without the need for programming.
Ability to enforce ordered or unordered completion of process steps and data collections.
Ability to manage unexpected conditions that arise in the process in a controlled way.
Ability to assign users different roles or levels of privilege.
Ability for privileged users to edit data that has already been collected.
Ability to repeat workflows or portions of workflows based on inputs during execution of the workflow.
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