VASTEC Helps Federal Agencies in Texas Kick-Off 2013 with Digital Conversion and Records Management Services
Dallas, TX, January 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Having recently expanded into Dallas, VASTEC is now in position to help Federal agencies in Texas plan and execute their 2013 priorities for scanning and digital services, records management systems and solutions, and Section 508 document accessibility.
“Data transformation projects can seem daunting, but with the right partner a multitude of benefits can quickly be realized,” said David Mack, VASTEC’s Dallas-based project manager. “January is a great time to discuss goals, assess situations, and begin a process that not only saves money and improves efficiency, but also is required of many Federal agencies to meet the latest regulations.”
Among those new regulations is a records management directive from the Office of Management and Budget. According to the OMB, “all permanent electronic records in Federal agencies will be managed to the fullest extent possible for eventual transfer and accessioning by NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) in an electronic format. By December 31, 2013, each agency will develop and begin to implement plans to achieve this transition.”
“Working in Washington VASTEC has established credibility with a multitude of Federal agencies, for scanning and digitization, document and media conversion, as well as Section 508 remediation,” Mack said. “Our Dallas location not only makes it easier to consult with and provide these services to our Texas clients, but also meet 2013’s increasing demands for records management services.”
The list of Federal agencies that employ VASTEC is extensive, and includes the Social Security Administration, US Department of the Treasury, the General Services Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, the US Patent and Trademark Office, and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
In addition, VASTEC’s high level of attention to Federal security protocol provides all clients with assurance that their sensitive and classified information remains secure. VASTEC employees undergo and clear NACI investigations, and the company’s processes, procedures, and security controls have been audited to standards established by FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act).
Furthering VASTEC’s ability to effectively meet Federal needs is its joint venture partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This partnership offers all Federal agencies the ability to address digitization, records management, data storage, and Section 508 compliance, through an agency-to-agency agreement.
VASTEC’s contract vehicles include:
• General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 36
• SeaPort-e (via Bluemont Technology and Research)
• Document Automation and Production Service – DAPS
• Chief Information Officer, Solutions & Partners 3 - CIO-SP3 (via CSC)
• USSOCOM – SITEC Applications Management (via SRA)
• VA USPTO, SDI-NG Large (via SAIC)
Federal agencies that need additional information on VASTEC services in Texas can contact David Mack in the Dallas office at 813-317-4230, or David.Mack@VASTEC.com. Additional information can also be found at VASTEC.com.