ATF moves from client-server to Web architecture

ATF moves from client-server to Web architecture

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has awarded $5.6 million worth of task orders to PEC Solutions Inc. of Fairfax, Va., for IT services including development of a Web application for entering and retrieving information about arson and criminal misuse of explosives.

As part of the work, PEC Solutions will re-engineer ATF's law enforcement case management system for the transition from a client-server to a Web architecture.

The tasks also include enhancing property inventory and evidence-tracking capabilities to improve asset management and reporting.

PEC Solutions will provide product and implementation support to the bureau's critical-incident case management system that collects and analyzes information related to criminal investigations. The company also will upgrade a document imaging and retrieval system.


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