Curran Data Technologies nabs Army records contract

Curran Data Technologies Inc. will digitize 4.3 million pages of Army personnel records over the next year under a contract with the U.S. Army Enlisted Records and Evaluation Center, Indianapolis.

The Army is outsourcing the work to Curran, which will supply the equipment and personnel to process the records. The image files will be stored on optical disk and made available online through the Army Personnel Electronic Records Management System. Carol Curran, president of CDT, said the contract will enable the installation to catch up with its backlog of records for Army enlisted personnel.

Curran said the Army had not authorized the company to disclose the value of the contract, which could be extended to other personnel centers.

Officials at EREC could not be reached for comment.

The company announced its contract May 1, after completing a pilot of its system in April.

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