Feasibility study of the Department of the Air Force Information Technology Commodities Council (ITCC) Digital Printing and Imagery (DPI) Initiative
DeSalle, Christopher S.
Schilling, David A.
Cook, Glenn R.
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The purpose of this project is to further provide conceptual direction for implementing the Air Force Digital Printing and Imagery (DPI) initiative through the Information Technology Commodities Council (ITCC). The project will begin with the background and reasoning why Air Force organizations should implement DPI. Our objectives will be to develop a consistent plan and model for bases and organizations to do quick assessments of their DPI requirements based on a set standard of guidelines. Accompanied with this plan will be proposed policy guidance for implementing DPI in accordance with the Air Force Electronic Records Management policy. This project will also make recommendations for marketing the plan throughout the Air Force to promote a smooth transition and implementation. The product will consist of the overall recommended guidance for the ITCC to implement this initiative, to include a model for quick assessments, requirements determination and post implementation guidance. Finally the project will discuss the future of this initiative along with recommendations for further research and development.
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