ABM America wins subcontract for Pa. record management systems
- By William Welsh
- Feb 14, 2003
ABM America Inc. won a $7.3 million subcontract from Lockheed Martin Corp. to provide a records management system to support the Pennsylvania State Police's incident information management system, the company announced this week.
Under the contract, ABM America Inc. of Herndon, Va., will replace the client's manual, paper-based process with an automated records management system designed to streamline the information collection process.
The records management system includes:Crime information in a centralized, shared statewide database Tracking of lost, stolen or confiscated property, including drugs and firearmsCrime pattern analysis, prediction and location mapping from crime dataManagement of at-risk children, domestic violence and sex offender casesManagement of procedures and payments relating to police informantsIndexing and on-demand retrieval of information such as crash scene data and handwritten notes
The contract is ABM America's largest to date, company officials said.
The records management system will be fielded as part of a regionalized rollout and training program beginning in November, state officials said.
ABM America will integrate the records management system with other systems under the umbrella of the Pennsylvania State Police IIMS project.
Lockheed Martin Corp. of Bethesda, Md., is the prime contractor on the 46-month, $123 million project. ABM America is a unit of ABM United Kingdom Ltd. of Nottingham, United Kingdom. The company has 115 employees worldwide.
William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.