Our Involvement with the Department of Defense
Technology-based initiatives in the Department of Defense have
flourished for a number of years. Our involvement with the DoD began
in 1986. Since that time, we have been performing a wide variety
of document conversion services for DoD agencies, including; the
US Navy, US Air Force, US Army, US Marine Corp., Defense Logistics
Agency (DLA), and Document Automation Production Services (DAPS).
Early in our relationship Docucon engineers
worked closely with representatives of the DoD, in the production
of prototype data for testing and specification usability and completeness.
This process of creating data, testing and revision, led to the
initial set of specifications that were used to produce the first
large-scale repositories of digital data. Those specifications are
still in use by the DoD and are the basis for the de-facto standards
currently in use by everyone.
From that initial effort through today, Docucon
has converted more than 40 million engineering drawings, and over
30 million pages of Technical Manuals/Orders to numerous output
formats such as SGML and XML.
And we continue to add to these totals every day.
Docucon has consistently demonstrated
that it can meet the ever-growing demand for digital data in support
of logistics, training, and maintenance support, for the mission-critical
needs of the Defense community.
We take pride in the many services provided and projects we have
completed for the DoD.
And Other Federal Agencies
In addition to the DoD, Docucon has also
provided services to a number of other Federal agencies including:
Department of Justice, FDIC, GSA Safety and Public Building Services,
Center for Disease Control, BUMED and the US Coast Guard.
Federal Government Contractors
We also team with other government contractors providing solutions
to the DoD and other federal agencies:
- Lockheed Martin
- BSE Systems
- General Dynamics
- Newport News Ship Yard