PTFS is key to FDsys, Named As One of the “10 Great Government Web Sites” by Government Computer News

Washington, Nov 12 /PRNewswire/ –The U.S. Government Printing Office’s (GPO) Federal Digital System (FDsys) provides public access and preservation, as technology changes, to all Federal Publications dating back to the birth of our country; an estimated 5 petabytes of information altogether. PTFS is a key partner in the FDsys program providing architecture, implementation and infrastructure services since its launch in 2006.

PTFS continues to enhance and support the FDsys with feature development and infrastructure administration. PTFS’ System Integration Services include:

  • Large scale, public-facing web application development and deployment
  • Infrastructure architecture design, deployment and maintenance
  • XML, search and other technologies for large digital collection
  • Systems Integration
  • Metadata Schemas

Government Computer News credit FDsys as embracing the Web’s full potential, and offering ideas for other agencies seeking to improve their own sites. The news agency further added, “These government web sites [are] the best for providing more interactive tools for the public and aiding the Obama Administration in their goal to increase Government transparency.”

GPO issued a press release announcing the project’s success:

Watch the GPO FDsys video to learn more about how GPO is leading with new digital tools to fulfill its mission of Keeping America Informed:

About PTFS: PTFS is an industry leader in content management and library solutions and has provided products and services to global corporations and government agencies for over 15 years.

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