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Reaching and Teaching the People Who Protect Our Drinking Water Supply
PPC worked with the EPA to enhance the Educator's Visitor Center web site making it more user-friendly, interactive, interesting, engaging and perhaps most importantly accessible to 5-9th graders.
Helping 20,000 People Make Their Own Choices: The Human Resources Portal at NIH.
Integrating Strategic Planning and Performance Measurement to Support Informed Decision Making
Preserving and Maintaining Our History
Getting Managers and Congress the Information They Need to Make Decisions.
How to Measure and Manage $40 Billion in Projects: PARS - Project Assessment and Reporting System
PPC was tasked to create an animated "e-Learning" website that described the objectives and processes associated with the RCRA Corrective Action Program, which requires the clean-up of contaminated facilities.
Online Guide - EPA's Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools
The PayItGreen Alliance (a coalition of financial services companies) needed real environmental benefits to educate consumers and businesses about the positive impact of choosing electronic payments, bills, and statements.
To create TSA's baggage screening tracking and reporting system, PPC and Yankee used its experience in building web-based front-end applications for powerful databases for other government agencies
PPC implemented a B2E portal solution. The solution required obtaining buy-in from staff, technical understanding of diverse applications and databases, and an easy-to-implement training solution.
From Cold War Cleanup to Your Computer - Making U.S. Department of Energy Waste Data Accessible to the Public
It was December 12, 1998, when DOE agreed to a historic Settlement Agreement giving the public access to an Internet database capturing the waste cleanup legacy of the Cold War. The problem was that the database did not exist…
Hamilton Sunstrand wanted a centralized experience for its 15,000 employees in Connecticut, Illinois, and Southern California--and wanted it quickly. It hired PPC in late 2000 to develop an enterprise-wide portal, My Hamilton Sunstrand, using Plumtree Corporate Portal 4.0.
A PPC team of knowledge management, IT application, and environmental issues specialists worked intensively with USPS environmental staff to identify the content they needed, the electronic tools they needed, and their own capabilities. The result, the U.S. Postal Service Environmental Portal.