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NCIS gets software support from MicroPact Inc.

The U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service is to receive a case management software solution from MicoPact Inc.
By Richard Tomkins   |   Aug. 11, 2014 at 3:40 PM
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HERNDON, Va., Aug. 11 (UPI) -- A U.S. producer of business process management software is providing the U.S. Navy with an enterprise system for the Navy and Marines' military justice process.

The contract for MicroPact Inc.'s Naval Justice Information System -- to be used by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service -- is worth $12.9 million and includes software licensing, maintenance and professional services.

"MicroPact is proud to serve the Department of the Navy and provide their professionals with a case management platform that consolidates multiple systems and fosters collaboration within a secure environment," said Kris Collo, founder, president and CEO of MicroPact.

"The team behind the entellitrak platform understands the complex nature of criminal investigations and other supporting operations -- from initial investigations to evidence tracking to processing legal appeals. The Navy will be able to quickly leverage entellitrak's data-first approach to case management and rapidly configure the platform to meet its challenging and very specific processes and requirements."

The company said its solution will support as many as 5,000 concurrent users, will provide law enforcement with investigative case management, tracking of work flow, and incident reporting services. The functionality of multiple law enforcement, judicial and corrections systems will be consolidated.

MicroPact said it has teamed with NTT DATA Federal Services Inc. for the award.

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