A move is the perfect time to step back and take a deep look at your records management strategy and consider digitizing your documents before the big move. There is already so much to consider with moving personnel, equipment, and office furniture, don’t let tons of paper hold you back.
It’s that time of year again where we all make our New Year’s Resolutions, so why not make one for your business? There is nothing more frustrating than having to physically search through a large file room to find just 1 document. Save yourself the frustration in the New Year by implementing a records management strategy.
It’s always exciting to see something come full circle. This month DOMA is excited to share the story of how one of our team members was able to transform their home county through DOMA digital services. DOMA has recently partnered with Allegany County Public Schools to complete a large-scale records digitization project. PJ Yates, DOMA’s Director of Marketing, is an alum of the district.
Today, DOMA has recently announced that it has secured its third Task Order with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) department. DOMA is proud to be a trusted partner for many federal agencies and is hard at work providing ongoing digital services for DHS ICE HSI.
In order to help federal agencies get aligned with the government’s upcoming NARA M-12-18 (Managing Government Records Directive) deadline, DOMA is launching the Quick Quote Initiative.
One of the leading reasons governing agencies choose DOMA’s government document conversion services is our vast experience on the front lines.
We’ve been working with governing bodies for over 20 years and we’ve developed a 12-step scanning and conversion process that’s truly head and shoulders above the industry standard.
DOMA Technologies was recently contracted by Stafford County Public Schools to implement a phased workflow conversion strategy for data and records management.