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Digitizing Government Agency Records: Your Strategy Guide for Digital Transformation

Government agencies achieve their missions by harnessing the power of knowledge and information.

Government agencies always have multiple responsibilities to administer. Whether it’s a mandate to modernize information management practices, or initiatives to discover content that supports modern program missions, a trusted partner in archival and research services can help.

We’ll assist as you create content to share insight with your program team or exhibit agency history, values, and missions. Or, we can preserve and share the legacy of your public officials with their constituents, communities, and researchers. Leverage historical assets, information, and insights to advance your program mission.

HAI’s services position your agency to:

  • Adhere to records mandates
  • Make modern decisions based on historical research and analysis
  • Support program operations through information discovery
  • Archive operational, web-based, and historical information
  • Achieve regulatory compliance
  • Discover, preserve, and interpret asset collections and sites
  • Expand your in-house team through embedded historians, archivists, information professionals, and content experts
For an overview of our professional services, download this free printable executive summary for your reference.

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Head of Sales and Marketing
Direct: 301.279.9697
DUNS Number: 037704574
CAGE Code: 9Y474

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years of experience
in government service


linear feet or archives processed through HAI IDIQ Contract with National Park Service


federal agencies, state and local governments, and global institutions as clients


National Park Service projects successfully completed

We maintain top-rated CPARS scores with our federal clients, which include:

Department of Homeland Security • Department of Defense • Health and Human Services • Department of the Interior • Department of Veterans Affairs • Library of Congress • National Archives & Records Administration • Smithsonian Institution

We maintain top-rated CPARS scores with our federal clients

Additional Information

Contracting Vehicle:
GSA Contracting Vehicle
  • Contract GS-25F-0038T
  • Category 493110RM : Physical Records Management Services
    (Formerly GSA Schedule 36 SIN 51-504)

    GSA Advantage Document (PDF)
NAICS Codes:
  • 519120 Libraries and Archives
  • 519190 All Other Information Services
  • 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
  • 541720 Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
  • 541990 All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
  • 561210 Facilities Support Services
  • 561990 All Other Support Services (Museum Cataloging Services)
  • 712110 Museums
  • 712120 Historical Sites
  • 541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
  • 561499 All Other Business Support Services

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