National Finance Center Blanket Purchase Agreement

eCase HR is now available to Federal Government customers through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Finance Center (NFC) Blanket Purchase Agreement for Non-Core Human Resource (HR) Applications. The 5-year BPA includes applications for Onboarding, Performance Management, Employee Relations and Labor Relations. The BPA is available to National Finance Center and Non-NFC Agencies.

The four awarded eCase HR applications are built on the award winning eCase Platform. The applications can work independently or together and integrate with EmpowHR and common HR systems.

National Finance Center Applications:


Engage new hires through two-way communication and timely response. New hires have access to secure web portal to communicate, complete digital forms and request the tools they need to get started. Onboarding application integrates with key systems including USA Jobs, eVerify and eOPF. 

Performance Management

Keep employees focused on your mission with a responsive performance management system. eCase simplifies the performance appraisal process through digital forms, real time task assignments and data-driven dashboards. Power annual reviews, 360 evaluations, job descriptions and talent tracking with an interactive web portal – connecting employees with leadership.

Employee Relations

Help your workers be heard. eCase Employee Relations makes sure no issue is lost in translation.  Use the secure web based portal to resolve issues from employee misconduct to administrative grievances or initiate employee accommodations and background investigations. A role based system with permissions safeguard sensitive data; forms and agile workflows keep processes moving on schedule.

Labor Relations

Organize your labor practices. eCase Labor Relations powers transparent, two-way interactions with organized labor. The application includes a secure external portal, digital forms and clear tracking of cases and tasks. This agile, configurable tool has modules for common requests such as demand to bargain, grievances, information requests, midterm negotiation and unfair labor practice(ULP).