PTFS Releases Enterprise Declassification White Paper PTFS has released its long anticipated Enterprise Declassification White Paper. This White Paper is a culmination of the hands on experience as well as research and development PTFS staff have conducted over the past several years in the realm of FOIA, redaction and declassification initiatives. With three Executive Orders (12958, 13291,13526) from three different Presidents since 1995, a growing emphasis has been placed on releasing sanitized versions of sensitive information to the American public. Unfortunately, though little direction has been provided to individual Federal Organizations. Read More… PTFS Named One of Top Technology 500 for… read more →
PTFS will be exhibiting at this years AFCEA West 2011 conference, booth 616. PTFS staff will be demoing standard ArchivalWare Enterprise Content Management software including new functionality in the recently released 4.4 version. Also on display will be ArchivalWare DX, PTFS’s FOIA and Declassification processing software. Utilizing standard ArchivalWare’s full text searching and Business Process Management (BPM) capabilities, ArchivalWare DX allows organizations to batch redact sensitive information from documents while providing flexible workflow tools to obtain the appropriate approval prior to public release. In addition to ArchivalWare DX, PTFS will also be demoing ArchivalWare GS. Like the DX system, ArchivalWare… read more →
PTFS will be exhibiting at the Federal Business Council’s (FBC) 2011 Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Tabletop Expo. This tabletop expo will take place January 13th at the Bradford Building in Huntsville Alabama. For more information visit the FBC website. The Missile Defense Agency is an agency under the Department of Defense. MDA`s mission is to develop, test and prepare for deployment of a missile defense system. Using complementary interceptors, land-, sea-, air- and space-based sensors, and battle management command and control systems, the planned missile defense system will be able to engage all classes and ranges of ballistic missile threats. Their… read more →
PTFS will be attending The AFCEA NOVA Army IT Day . The event will be held Thursday, December 9, 2010 – 8:00am – 5:00pm at the Sheraton Premiere Tysons Corner. The focus of this show is Transforming the Army Enterprise to Support the Warfighter. Among the topics to be presented are: critical changes taking place as the Army approaches transformation of the Army Enterprise to Support the Warfighter; the Army-wide strategy to transform LandWarNet to an enterprise architecture; an update on the Army’s progress on executing new IT initiatives; the Army’s challenges in maintaining and defending the network; and, the Army’s acquisition… read more →
PTFS will be a sponsor at the 2010 Military Librarians Workshop. Join PTFS and the Military Librarians from December 6-10, 2010 in lovely Destin, Florida, for this year’s presentation of “Communication is Your Combat Power.” You can visit the Military Librarians Workshop website to obtain the schedule for the event. MLW 2010 is a team effort with representation from all military services and other communities within the Division. The Military Libraries Division brings together those interested in the betterment of military library service. It is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on military librarianship; it conceives and carries out… read more →
PTFS will be exhibiting at the 2010 ASAP Annual Symposium and Training Conference December 1-2, 2010 at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The focus of the conference will be: Bridging the Gap Between Agencies and Requesters: A Focus on What Works, Where We’ve Made Progress and Successes. PTFS staff will be onsite to demo ArchivalWare DX and discuss new advancements in processing and technology for FOIA and Declassification services. The American Society of Access Professionals (ASAP) is an independent, educational, nonprofit association founded by concerned federal government employees and private citizens working in the fields of information… read more →
PTFS had a great GEOINT 2010! Thanks to everyone for stopping by the booth, and if you missed out, don’t fret, you can check out our slideshow above!
PTFS Awarded GSA Schedule 36 Contract PTFS is pleased to announce it has been awarded a five-year General Services Schedule 36 Contract GS-03F-0140W PTFS’s digitization, content/knowledge management, and office solutions are now available at the GSA Advantage (GSAAdvantage.gov) website and accessible to all Federal Government Organizations. Dan Quinn, VP of Marketing for PTFS commented, “Our current customers span numerous Federal Civilian, DOD, and Intelligence Agencies. The GSA Schedule 36 Contract now makes our solutions more accessible to all Government Agencies.” New Corporate Site PTFS recently released a new and improved corporate website. New features include: • Enhanced Digitization page with… read more →
PTFS (Booth 640) will be exhibiting at the 2010 AFITC show. PTFS reprenstatives Eddie Lee and Richard Bangs will be on hand to meet with prospective customers and discuss PTFS’s exciting offerings and new product developments. On display will be PTFS’s proprietary Enterprise Content Management Solution ArchivalWare and it’s award winning modules, including ArchivalWare DX – Redaction and Declassification offering and ArchivalWare GS – Geospatial Awareness platform. Stop by and say hello to the PTFS staff and receive a free hand sanitizer!
PTFS (booth 25) will he hosting author Frederick Harrison at its booth at the Joint Annual Meeting of the Council of State Archivists, the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators, and the Society of American Archivists. Mr. Harrison will be signing his three spy novels based on his over 30 years in the Intelligence Community. The signing will take place August 12 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. For more information you can contact Bill Dingell: [email protected], or stop by booth#25