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EPA Database Book (1994)
Information Systems Inventory (ISI)
Office of Administration and Resources Management at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP)
Government Institutes, Inc., 4 Research Place, Suite 200, Rockville, Maryland 20850

Hardware/Software: Other / FORTRAN System Level: 3 This ADP budgeting and accounting system monitors usage of the Michigan Terminal System (MTS) by elements of the Office of Mobile Sources (OMS). Monthly reports are produced which allocate system usage costs to individual accounts, organizations, and project work areas. Reports also contain budget information and various other usage statistics (e.g., computer terminal usage, system performance and reliability, etc.)

Hardware/Software: Other, Apple Macintosh / FORTRAN System Level: 3 The laboratory computer system supports the testing functions of the mobile source program. Real-time, batch, and on-line inter- active I/O are supported. The LCS is a dual system configuration and has four 300M bytes of disk storage. Test data, instrument calibrations, and QC data are processed and reported. The LCS serves as a remote station to the Michigan Terminal System (MTS) for printing, card reading, and data file updating and plotting.

Hardware/Software: Other    /   MICRO DBMS ON MTS  (MICHIGAN TERMINAL
System Level: 3

     This database contains FTP emission test results from recall
     testing of vehicles adjusted  to manufacturer's specifications.
Responsible Organization:
     AA-Air and Radiation  (OAR)   /
     Dir-Radiation Programs
Responsible Person: McCroan, Keith    (205) 270-3418

Government Institutes, Inc., 4 Research Place, Suite 200, Rockville, Maryland 20850. Copyright © 1994 by Government Institutes. Published June 1994. 99 98 97 96 95 94 54321

This Information Systems Inventory (ISI) was developed by the Office of Administration and Resources Management at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and released in January 1994, for use by its personnel, governmental partners and clients, and the public. The purpose of the ISI is to provide an index and pathfinder to EPA's computer-based information systems and applications. The ISI describes approximately 500 EPA systems, databases, models, modules, and other computer applications, and gives the name and phone number of someone to contact for further information about each entry. Government Institutes determined that these listings contained information of general interest, so we are reproducing this public domain material in order to serve those interested. The publisher makes no representation of warranty, express or implied, as to the completeness, correctness, or utility of the information in this publication. In addition, the publisher assumes no liability whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon the contents of this book.

ISBN: 0-86587-409-3

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