Saturday, May 17, 2008

I was at the US Department of State in our nations capital on Thursday, May 15th, 2008 where GPS had an Open House, and I manned a Solution Station where we demonstrated a new On-Site Scanning service.

GPS is like a large scale Kinkos with both digital and traditional print services to the Embassies, with facilities in Washington, Manila, Vienna and Cairo.

GPS now offers a service where they will go on-site to an Embassy and convert rooms full of documents into a mini 'secure' Google.

Here is the brochure describing the services (which I uploaded to Issuu.com)



Here is a link to the slides I designed and presented (as PDF files, of course!)




It was quite a special event for me, where I presented to people who had titles like "Secretary of" with clearance to manage classified documents.

4 comments:

Markus Sandy said...

Hey Michael, Congrats! Nifty post too :)

nicole831 said...

I am so happy for you as this is such a prestigious project. I am honored to be a friend the Guru of the U.S. Department of State ;-)

GAby Menta said...

Very nice blog, "How is very entertaining.

Saludos, GAby Menta
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Sanooj Kutty said...

Congrats on the Govt. deal!
Do you guys work with PDF/A?
Since I work in the health insurance industry, keenly interested in PDF/H too.