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Curran Data answers the call for the U.S. Army

Curran Data Technologies (CDT, Indianapolis, IN) has been chosen to manage millions of images for the U.S. Army. CDT will scan and index more than 4.3 million images from the Army's enlisted personnel records. The images will be converted into optical disc images and stored in an online Personnel Electronic Records Management System (PERMS) at the Army's Enlisted Records and Evaluation Center at Fort Harrison in Indianapolis. PERMS is the Army's online information system that allows authorized Army personnel to access personnel records and other archived information from remote PCs at military facilities worldwide. Curran won the contract after successfully converting 250,000 images in a pilot program. "This information being online and accessible worldwide greatly enhances the service we provide to our soldiers," said Larry Hibbs, PERMS chief at EREC. "We were impressed with [CDT's] professionalism and the quality of the work. The pilot was completed in half the time expected, quality was well above the requirements, and production levels exceeded estimated volumes." Curran Data president Carol Curran credits her company's track record in the government sector as a key factor in the win.

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