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PTFS Awarded Defense Technical Information Center Data Warehousing Contract

February 4, 2014

PTFS to assist DTIC with document storage, digital object management, and on demand document requests.

North Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) February 04, 2014

PTFS was recently awarded a multiple year contract from the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Under the contract, PTFS will provide data warehouse support by housing 30,000 cubic feet of documents; storing, managing, and disseminating digital objects with ArchivalWare Digital Library System (DLS); and processing on demand document requests by scanning and uploading objects to the DLS and DTIC Online. The multi-million dollar DTIC Defense Systems Scientific and Technical Warehouse (STI) Warehouse contract has one base year and four option years.

“PTFS is uniquely qualified to support DTIC on the data warehousing contract,” says John Yokley, President and CEO of PTFS. “This program will be a great opportunity to assist the Defense Technical Information Center with disseminating information throughout the Department of Defense. We look forward to beginning a strong relationship with the Center.”

About PTFS

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. For more information, visit http://ptfs.com or http://archivalware.net/.

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