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PPC built a performance measurement tracking system for the program, through which industrial firms volunteer to try innovative energy efficiency techniques.
PPC performed a complete assessment of OST’s past and present performance measures, evaluating the measures not only for their results, but for their ability to provide OST management with actionable information.
In collaboration with the FDA, this team developed a computerized, web-based drug-comparison system. The system is based on a single, centralized source of information--a Medical Repository that combines an ever-increasing number of drug name databases--accessible from a standard web browser.
PPC submitted a feasibility study to managers at the Fortune 50 company that clearly relayed the interests of stakeholders in energy and environmental information management, and defined business requirements and gaps in technology, people, process and governance.
EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Green Suppliers Network - Strategic Support
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's Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance for the PTO
The ePub Prototype at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Classification. The benefits of storing documents as correctly tagged XML data are enormous. Building a successful authoring system requires an in-depth understanding of the client’s environment and business processes, as well as their stated requirements. The ePub project has been very successful for DOE.
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.
PPC was given the challenge to redesign the ETBS with the goal of consolidating equipment, increasing utilization, reducing software license fees, and hardware maintenance costs.
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.