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Action Item Management System

Senior Project: 1989-1990
Jonathan Lee, Philip Pellouchoud and Binh Tran
Federal Systems Division
Boulder, CO

IBM-Boulder has a mainframe based system, called the Library Management System (LMS), which is used to track action items, classified documents, visitor authorizations, and classified tapes. An action item is initiated by IBM's customer set and directs IBM to answer a specific question within a certain time frame. The system tracks these questions and answers and produces the reports needed to satisfy the customer request. However, the existing system did not satisfy current needs. The project was to completely regenerate requirements, redesign, and reimplement the action item subsystem of LMS as a separate entity. The new system was written using the language REXX, IBM's Systems Application Architecture (SAA), and IBM's Common User Access (CUA) protocols.

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