Records Management Projects
- U.S. Army Rocky Mountain Arsenal: DPRA, under its on-site contract at Rocky Mountain Arsenal (RMA) in Colorado, provides a wide range of information technology support to the Army, including environmental database support; network design, operation and maintenance; help desk support; modular programming development; GIS; media design; and library services support to meet the ever evolving informational needs of the Army. To fulfill its contracts at RMA and elsewhere, DPRA has designed many large-scale document tracking, archiving, and information retrieval systems, including Digital Document Management Systems (DDMS) for both CERCLA and RCRA sites (see below).
- CMS (Contract Management System): DPRA develops and maintains an application to electronically import, store, and retrieve contractor-submitted financial data and progress reports.
- WI-SDMS (Web Interface for Superfund Document Management System): DPRA develops and supports WI-SDMS, which is EPA Superfund Division's Web-based document management system.
- IGCE (Independent Government Cost Estimate System): DPRA developed a national web-based financial tool for the EPA to plan and prepare work plans and cost estimates for various contracts.
- Information Management Support: DPRA provides software training to various EPA and contractor staff. Data validation, ad hoc reports, production of CD-ROM collections, and content management activities are also performed.
- PRP Search Support: DPRA performs research (online and local record centers), compilation, and presentation of evidentiary data for the EPA.
- RCRA Information: The EPA Office of Solid Waste (OSW) is responsible for implementing and maintaining the RCRAInfo database which stores RCRA Subtitle C hazardous waste information including handler, permit, corrective action, compliance monitoring and enforcement, and biennial report. DPRA’s support to OSW for the RCRAInfo system includes development of on-line help, designing and implementing national reports, responding to ad-hoc report requests, assuring data quality, and independently testing the RCRAInfo application. DPRA’s strong knowledge of RCRA assists in identifying data anomalies, providing meaningful reports, and developing useful documentation.