PatternStream for Government

Government document publishing can be an burdensome and time consuming task. Government personnel are typically forced to focus on the mechanics of publishing instead of the critical content and analysis tasks required to properly convey information.

At the same time increased scrutiny for accurate government information and the true cost of government services is putting greater demands on the public sector to provide measurable and meaningful information. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, databases, and other information sources contain tremendous amounts of information that need to be aggregated, transformed, and presented to citizens and public officials in a variety of means. PatternStream is the tool that has been successfully implemented to satisfy and exceed the needs of the most demanding information distribution requirements. PatternStream is used by federal, state, and local government agencies and departments to automate the creation of a variety of different types of information including:

  • Aeronautical information
  • Budget documents
  • Capital project documents
  • Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)
  • Directories
  • Exhibits
  • Financial reports
  • On-line, browser presented PDF documents
  • Plans
  • Statistical reports
  • Transit schedules
  • XML files

PatternStream was first implemented in the public sector at the County of Santa Clara, California. There it was used to publish the county’s Recommended and Final Budget documents from their budget databases and other sources of information in 1999. Soon thereafter, FML implemented publishing systems for the County of Orange and San Diego, California from their budget databases. Today PatternStream continues to provide the information creation and distribution solutions, in addition to new products, to these three major California counties. Since 1999, PatternStream has provided the answer for information creation problems at numerous government agencies.

PatternStream provides the means to aggregate information and present it to citizens, management, and other interested parties. Five general areas where PatternStream implementations are providing solutions for government agencies are:

  • Budget publishing
  • PatternStream in Federal Governments
  • PatternStream in State and Local Governments
  • Statistical reporting
  • Transit agencies

PatternStream for GovernmentGovernment document publishing can be an burdensome and time consuming task. Government personnel are typically forced to focus on the mechanics of publishing instead of the critical content and analysis tasks required to properly convey information.At the same time increased scrutiny for accurate government information and the true cost of government services is putting greater demands on the public sector to provide measurable and meaningful information. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, databases, and other information sources contain tremendous amounts of information that need to be aggregated, transformed, and presented to citizens and public officials in a variety of means. PatternStream is the tool that has been successfully implemented to satisfy and exceed the needs of the most demanding information distribution requirements. PatternStream is used by federal, state, and local government agencies and departments to automate the creation of a variety of different types of information including:

  • Aeronautical information
  • Budget documents
  • Capital project documents
  • Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)
  • Directories
  • Exhibits
  • Financial reports
  • On-line, browser presented PDF documents
  • Plans
  • Statistical reports
  • Transit schedules

 XML filesPatternStream was first implemented in the public sector at the County of Santa Clara, California. There it was used to publish the county’s Recommended and Final Budget documents from their budget databases and other sources of information in 1999. Soon thereafter, FML implemented publishing systems for the County of Orange and San Diego, California from their budget databases. Today PatternStream continues to provide the information creation and distribution solutions, in addition to new products, to these three major California counties. Since 1999, PatternStream has provided the answer for information creation problems at numerous government agencies. PatternStream provides the means to aggregate information and present it to citizens, management, and other interested parties. Five general areas where PatternStream implementations are providing solutions for government agencies are:

  • Budget publishing
  • PatternStream in Federal Governments
  • PatternStream in State and Local Governments
  • Statistical reporting
  • Transit agencies
 
 
 
 

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