Defense personnel agency buys paperwork software

The Defense Department Civilian Personnel Management Service has awarded a contract to Integic Corp. to electronically manage paperwork for as many as 850,000 computer seats.

The multimillion-dollar contract, awarded last month, is to run Integic's Electronic Official Personnel Folder. The application gives employees access to their personnel records to obtain information on reviews, offers an audit trail for those accessing files and tracks data updates.

CPMS joined other federal agencies, including the State Department, the Federal Aviation Administration, and human resources divisions within the Defense Logistics Agency and Defense Education Activity, also using eOPF.


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