Integic lands OPM work

Integic Corp., Chantilly, Va., won a fee-for-services award worth about $75 million to provide its e.Power software and Electronic Official Personnel Folder application for personnel record-keeping to the Office of Personnel Management's Enterprise Human Resources Integration E-Gov initiative.

The new system will eliminate reams of personnel forms and replace them with electronic documents. The average federal worker's folder contains at least 150 forms; except for four, which require original signatures, all can be converted to electronic documents.

Various federal agencies will buy the solution through OPM, which will work with Integic to implement it across the agencies.

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