HHS awards contract to manage personnel system

HHS awards contract to manage personnel system

The Health and Human Services Department awarded Integic Corp. a $4.7 million contract to transfer its 10 million paper personnel files into electronic form. Integic will also provide software to manage its personnel system departmentwide as part of HHS' modernization effort, the Chantilly, Va., company said today.

HHS will use Integic's Official Personnel File application, which is designed to eliminate paper by scanning personnel records into electronic file folders and using software to manage standard personnel forms.

The one-year contract is to deliver and install the software and convert the records, said Paul Taltavull, Integic vice president of civilian agency practice.

Agencies can tailor the application to manage their particular forms. It also provides an audit trail of those who have accessed personnel files.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.


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