Millican's services are available across the Federal Government to address important information and records issues through three GSA Schedule contracts. Also referred to as Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) and Federal Supply Schedules, GSA Schedules establish long-term government-wide contracts and provide fast, flexible, cost-effective procurement solutions that allow customers to meet acquisition challenges, while achieving their missions. GSA Schedules benefit our government customers by enabling them to:» Realize cost savings;
GSA Schedule 36, The Office, Imaging and Document SolutionSIN 51 504, Records Management Services
With more than thirty (30) years experience in information and records management, Millican has delivered hundreds of cost-effective solutions to our customers, including companies throughout North America and in Europe, state and local governments, and Federal government agencies. As an acknowledged leader in the effort to transform paper-based organizations to meet the challenges of the electronic future, we deliver innovative and practical solutions from conception through implementation. Our services include:
We are a clear leader in the planning and implementation of foundation information, document, and records management projects. No other firm has our blend of expertise in information and records management requirements, experience developing document and records management programs across the Federal government, and hands-on experience with the leading document and records management applications.
GSA Schedule 70, Information Technology Equipment, Software, and ServicesSIN 132-51, Information Technology Professional Services
Utilizing this contract, Millican provides the following services as a small business:
GSA Schedule 874, Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS)SIN 874-1, Consulting Services
In the spirit of MOBIS, Millican's services focus on improving organizational performance through improved capture, organization, protection, retrieval, use, and ultimate disposition of your information and records resources. Current key issues addressed are: