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|Summary||PTFS was recently awarded a task order by the Department of Navy for preserving and cataloging historical paper document collections at the Washington Navy Yard. This award follows conclusion of the successful Paper Pilot Program performing similar services on a portion of the larger collection.|
North Bethesda, MD -- May 30, 2013. PTFS was recently awarded a task order by the Department of Navy for preserving and cataloging historical paper document collections at the Washington Navy Yard. This award follows conclusion of the successful Paper Pilot Program performing similar services on a portion of the larger collection.
The Paper Pilot Program required PTFS to preserve, catalogue and digitize approximately 1,000 cubic feet of material at the Naval History and Heritage Command Archives Branch. Following successful completion of the Paper Pilot Program, PTFS competed for and was awarded the Records and Backlog Management Support Contract. As the sole recipient of the contract award, PTFS will be preserving and cataloging historical paper documents for 8,000 cubic feet of records at the Naval History and Heritage Command Archives Branch at the Washington Navy Yard. The program also requires PTFS to automate the input of the resulting metadata records to TRIM. The records consist of official and public access documents, personal papers, and oral histories. PTFS' strong background and expertise in preserving, cataloging and automating input to TRIM will be a tremendous asset to PTFS as it moves ahead on this year long project with the Department of Navy.
Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc. (PTFS) has been a leading provider of enterprise content management solutions to Federal Civilian and DoD agencies since 1995. PTFS has an enterprise content management application marketed as ArchivalWare which has been in production for twelve years and is installed at more than eighty customer locations. This application is best known for providing knowledge management, geospatial, and declassification solutions and now provides content management as a service. Supporting services include digitization, system integration, application installation/configuration, content loading/organization, training, staff augmentation, and ongoing support. PTFS also supports Koha, an open source integrated library solution for research centers and libraries which has now been tightly integrated with ArchivalWare's core CMS. PTFS installs, customizes, and hosts this application and supports over 800 libraries and research centers with the solution. For more information, visit http://ptfs.com or http://archivalware.net .
|Type of Material:||Press Release|
|Issue:||May 30, 2013|
|Last Update:||2013-05-30 11:40:25|
|Date Created:||2013-05-30 11:40:09|