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Vangent’s Craig Janus on Improvements at Dept. of Labor

Vangent says the Department of Labor is already realizing significant quality improvements and cost efficiencies as a result of the recent launch of its new paperless employee benefit EFAST2 processing system.

The firm’s EFAST2 system allows the Department of Labor to improve quality through better data capture; reduce processing times from up to more than 244 days to 1 day and enable information sharing with other agencies through better data exchange capabilities.

“Historically, less than 4% of all government IT development initiatives deliver on time and under budget, ” said Craig Janus, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Vangent’s Civilian, Defense and National Security business.  “Vangent’s ability to accomplish both on this complex IT project, while saving the Department of Labor 30% in operating expenses, is testament to Vangent’s high level of commitment and collaborative partnership with the Department of Labor.”

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