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Didlake Expands Document Scanning Business

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Didlake logoManassas, VA – In late 2013, Didlake began a one-year document imaging contract with the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC), adding more jobs for people with disabilities to a line of business with tremendous growth potential.

Didlake will transform the USCG’s case files to an electronic library to preserve the paper records in storage and facilitate remote access to the library for individuals in the field who depend on the technical information.

Rick Hightower, Didlake’s Director of Operations oversees this line of business. “We look forward to providing an avenue for our existing customers, as well as new customers, to satisfy the requirements of the presidential directive to reform records management policies and practices and develop a 21st-century framework for the management of government records.”

Didlake has been providing document scanning services since 1990, when microfiche was the preferred medium. New investments in equipment and technology have maintained the organization’s ability to meet the demands of the current environment.

About Didlake

Didlake, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Manassas, Virginia. It was founded in 1965 to create opportunities for people with disabilities through services that connect them to employment, education and the community. It provides contract business services for commercial and government customers and has won numerous awards for its facilities maintenance; packaging/ assembly; and administrative services. The organization operates throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area, in the Roanoke Valley and in Greater Hampton Roads. It serves more than 1,800 people with disabilities annually. Didlake, Inc. is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, accredited by CARF and proudly serves the nation through the AbilityOne program. Its partners include the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, local Community Services Boards and United Way of the National Capital Area. For more information, visit www.didlake.org.

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