Millican has worked extensively to support requirements and to implement and enhance programs for organizations across all three branches of the Federal government. The following are just a few examples of our considerable history of work in the Federal arena.
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Providing records inventory support services, including:
- Inventory of records
- Creation of file plans
- Subject matter expertise to enhance use of technology, including preparation of an electronic records management plan and a supporting taxonomy
- Follow-up technical support services
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Performing records inventories and drafting disposition schedules:
- Subject matter expert interviews with federal staff
- Analyze, validate, incorporate new information, and raise the existing granular records inventory information up to a functional level
- Draft disposition schedules at a functional level
Providing technical support for efforts to manage email records in accordance with Goal 1.2 of OMB/NARA M-12-18, Managing Government Records Directive.
U. S. Patent and Trademark Office
Supporting all functions of the records management program: analyzing records, developing/maintaining agency file plans, developing agency-wide guidelines and directives, and providing agency-wide training.
Providing support and guidance for agency actions in response to OMB/NARA M-19-21, Transition To Electronic Records, and its predecessor, OMB/NARA M-12-18, Managing Government Records.
Administrative Office of the U. S. Courts
Providing records management, project management, and administrative support services:
- Records program implementation
- Training and outreach
- Individualized remote or onsite support services nationwide
- Cost tracking, analysis, and verification of financial activities
- Best practices support in program design, preparation, and maintenance
Air Force Office of Special Investigations
Providing project management and electronic records management expertise for the conception, planning, design, testing, implementation, and deployment of a DoD 5015.2-compliant Electronic Record of Investigation (eROI) System in response to requirements of the Presidential Memorandum — Managing Government Records.
Department of Justice, Office of Legal Counsel
Providing Records Management analysis and processing services to identify and consolidate permanent records and prepare them for accessioning into the Archives of the United States; and to analyze, arrange, track, and apply proper disposition to files.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Providing records management planning, support, and administrative facilitation to transfer unclassified, classified, and SBU records and information from field offices nation-wide to a consolidated storage location.
Providing technical and system administration support for the centralized records data system.
Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security
Digitizing and entering case files into the Investigative Management System and properly organizing paper copies and shipping to temporary storage or disposing of them following digitization.
Department of Defense, Joint Staff
Assisting with systems to protect records and providing oversight of the records management program for the Joint Staff and Combatant Commands. Reviewing and updating programmatic documents, preparing records schedules, providing direction to and training for Records Managers, administeringthe Electronic Content Management (ECM) system, and reviewing and archiving unclassified and classified material.
Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service
As a subcontractor providing strategy, planning, and implementation services to incorporate an end-to-end information lifecycle management approach to records management, compliant with Presidential Memorandum 2016 and 2019 deadlines and DOD 5015.2.
Department of State, Office of the Legal Advisor
Preparing a gap analysis and strategic roadmap for an electronic records management program; and developing policies, procedures, and technologies to implement it. Supporting implementation by inventorying classified and unclassified records and integrating them into the established file structure, converting hardcopy to electronic formats, and training staff on use of records management software.
Department of Energy
Providing records management technical support and leadership assistance to the O&M contractor during Hanford Site shutdown and transition. Reviewing existing program to confirm compliance, revising existing documents and procedures to facilitate understanding of Department requirements, supporting implementation of improvements in records management practices, and establishing metrics enabling management focus to ensure records readiness for contract transition.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Developing records retention schedules for electronic systems and updating the Commission’s Comprehensive Records Disposition Schedule. Simplifying and standardizing file plans and metadata based on the new schedules. Reviewing and revising records management training materials.
Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Performing a Gap Analysis and preparing a Recordkeeping Organization Plan for the Laboratory’s Office of Environment, Safety, Health, and Quality (ESH&Q) to map the program's current state, identify problems or concerns, design processes to correct them, and identify resources to implement the processes.
Department of Labor
Developing a records management program evaluation tool for the Department, including documentation and procedures, and conducting a proof of concept evaluation. Developing and providing training materials and training for Department personnel. Performing records inventory, assessment, categorization, and disposition for the Human Resources Center and the Women’s Bureau. Providing briefings and training for senior level managers, program managers, and staff.