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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
Integrating Strategic Planning and Performance Measurement to Support Informed Decision Making
Preserving and Maintaining Our History
PPC's Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance for the PTO
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
Leveraging the strengths of XML technology, Project Performance Corporation (PPC) recently developed a document generation tool for the Department of Energy's Office of Environmental Management (EM) that takes into account business processes that are particular to a majority of standardized government reports.
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…
Project Performance Corporation (PPC) competed for, and won, the tasking to lead this multi-million dollar OCIO relocation strategy, planning, and execution effort.
Project Performance Corporation (PPC) architected, designed, engineered and implemented the PTOFAX project to electronically receive incoming fax documents, route those faxes to the appropriate examiner via email, and electronically archive the documents.
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.