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Powerful Innovation Empowers Digitization of Government Records

With an implementation of OCR and artificial intelligence, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission becomes the first Federal agency to integrate data from millions of documents with virtually no human interaction.

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Federal records management regulations were at the center of NRC’s incredible workflow innovation. But they were also driven to balance efficient, accurate, and secure data workflows within the demands of budget constraints and transparency.

Read on to discover how they integrated data from over 39 million pages of records in under 2 years.


Million Microfiche & Aperture Cards


Million Scanned Forms & Documents


Manual Data Entry Effort


Manual Data Entry Effort

Discover how the NRC achieved a 50+ million page data migration in just two years, meeting these stringent digitization of government records requirements:

  • Automate data collection on scanned forms
  • Accurate OCR – all documents, all words
  • No dependency on barcodes
  • Extract up to 20 metadata elements per document
  • Compare extracted data with internal NRC databases
  • Link all metadata with the A.D.A.M.S. database
  • System must scale to new use-cases
  • 39 million pages processed in 2 years
  • One SKU, no document conversion services requirement

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