Information Governance for the Government
Information management in government is mission critical. All agencies are buried in mountains of paper, mail, and records and spend millions of dollars of taxpayer funds managing and processing information. Nowhere in any industry is the business case stronger for digital transformation of information processes than it is in government. The paperless push is on to transform government. As government budgets are cut, agencies must do more with less and must deploy paperless technologies and outsourcing wherever possible.
The paperless push is on to transform government. As government budgets are cut, agencies must do more with less and must deploy paperless technologies and outsourcing wherever possible.
Since 1964 DRS has been providing document imaging and microfilm solutions to government agencies across the United States. We have extensive experience with information management and processing in Public Safety, Courts, Law Enforcement, Department of Health and Human Services, Registry of Deeds, Social Services, Housing Authority, Transportation Authority, Parking Violation Bureau’s, Health Facilities, Department of Natural Resources, Motor Vehicle Departments, and more.
DRS sells and integrates a complete line of hardware and software to allow a department to manage all of these services in-house. DRS is an
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DRS offers information management and information processing services and systems. Including document scanning, facilities management, ECM Solutions, Cloud SaaS information repositories, Microfilm scanning services, scanning equipment, maintenance, and consulting.
Over 25,000 installations and Coast to Coast Document Transformation Centers (DTC): NYC, New Jersey, DC Metro, Atlanta, Miami, and Houston.
Near-Shore operations in Puerto Rico and Haiti.
Information Services and Systems to support: Legal, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Electonic Medical Records, Revenue Cycle Management, Release of Information, Student Records, Check processing (Check 21), Human Resources, Government Records, Police/Military information, and information governance.