Senate mulls document management system

The Senate is seeking commercially available software that will help the chamber's Sergeant-at-Arms manage purchase orders, invoices and other financial-management documents.

In a recent notice, the Sergeant-at-Arms said it intends to acquire and implement a document management system for roughly $300,000.

To qualify for consideration, interested contractors should provide details about their products, including their technical support abilities, by Sept. 6.

The system should:
  • create electronic documents using scanners
  • organize and maintain electronic documents
  • provide security
  • provide e-mail notifications of activities
  • provide hyperlinking of documents and other files
  • provide multiple search features and
  • provide robust reporting capabilities.

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