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$49M for Forms Content Management Software Solution

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Small business qualifier Enterprise Information Management Inc. in Arlington, VA received the full delivery order amount of $49 million as part of a firm-fixed-price contract for forms content management. Work will be performed in Arlington, VA and is expected to be complete by Sept. 29, 2011. Bids were solicited on Aug. 25, 2006, and 2 bids were received by the Contracting Center of Excellence in Arlington, VA (W74V8H-06-D-0022). In its overview of a USAF e-forms program, the firm notes that: “In the fall of 2001, after more that a year of industry evaluation and e-Forms prototype testing, EIM managed the procurement and selection of a new e-Forms software package that enabled the USAF to shift its emphasis from a decentralized software implementation to a centralized solution. Under this new Content Management Program, an XML-based forms solution was designed and developed that supports personnel that have access to a central database via the Internet and intranet as well as personnel who are deployed with limited or no access to a central database. By using standard database technology and a standard data language, this solution also connects to other legacy information systems…”

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