[Declassification productivity initiative]. Declassification Productivity Research Center progress report {number_sign}8, 1 January 1998--31 March 1998

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The Declassification Productivity Research Center (DPRC) was established as an independent, world-class research capability and computer facility to support the DOE Declassification Productivity Initiative (DPI). The goal of DPI is to increase the flow of unrestricted government information to the public. This report documents progress during the second quarter of DPRC`s third year of operations. The DPRC has made very good progress this quarter, and has also begun several new projects with potential benefits for the declassification community. After significant delays, work is now progressing well on the Federal Intelligent Document Understanding Laboratory (FIDUL) project. The DPRC has become a ... continued below

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The Declassification Productivity Research Center (DPRC) was established as an independent, world-class research capability and computer facility to support the DOE Declassification Productivity Initiative (DPI). The goal of DPI is to increase the flow of unrestricted government information to the public. This report documents progress during the second quarter of DPRC`s third year of operations. The DPRC has made very good progress this quarter, and has also begun several new projects with potential benefits for the declassification community. After significant delays, work is now progressing well on the Federal Intelligent Document Understanding Laboratory (FIDUL) project. The DPRC has become a familiar, respected member of the declassification community because of its efforts in the Declassification Productivity Management Council`s (DPMC`s) Automation Working Group (AWG). The DPRC provided a lead role and coordinating efforts in delivery of the AWG Electronic Document Interchange Standard (EDIS), and the associated (DPTC developed) (1) Document Interchange System (DIS) and (2) Document Review/Redaction System (DRS). These two PC based application systems are being offered free of charge, along with several other government-developed computer application programs, to smaller agencies which do not have the resources to purchase or develop such systems to support their declassification activities. The DPRC has also moved into a bigger facility at the GWU Virginia campus, which provides more space for expansion and for setting up the long envisioned DPRC Declassification Test Laboratory. Finally, the DPRC has also helped to develop a World Wide Web-based design concept and an operational prototype database system for one-stop coordination of multi-agency equity reviews. The Equity Notification Database (or END) is being developed to resolve difficulties being experienced by agencies engaged in and responsible for the review of documents with multiple equities.

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  • Other: DE98004788
  • Report No.: DOE/IS/50316--T7
  • Grant Number: FG01-95IS50316
  • DOI: 10.2172/653972 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 653972
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc703498

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[Declassification productivity initiative]. Declassification Productivity Research Center progress report {number_sign}8, 1 January 1998--31 March 1998, report, April 1, 1998; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc703498/: accessed August 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.