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Document Management Specialist Career Washington DC

The workers described below all help individuals and organizations share and store information through computer networks and systems, the Internet, and computer databases.

4Staff, LLC
(202) 347-1044
1001 G St NW Ste 425W
Washington, DC
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, part time

Golden Key Group
(888) 593-7454
1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC
Main Industries / Positions
Light Industrial, Human Resources, Admin & Clerical

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Woodside Temporaries, Inc.
(202) 789-3105
1050 Connective Ave NW 10TH FL
Washington, DC
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, part time

CityStaff
(202) 861-4200
1701 K St NW Ste 500
Washington, DC
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, part time

National Associates Incorporated (NAI Personnel)
(202) 223-7606
1130 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Finance, Legal

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The Midtown Group Inc. dba Midtown Personnel Inc.
(202) 887-4747
900 7th St NW Ste 725
Washington, DC
Type of Service
temporary, long-term, temporary/part time, part time, payroll

Rhodes & Weinstock, LLC
(202) 558-7660
1701 Pennsylvania Ave NW Ste 300
Washington, DC
Type of Service
temporary, temporary/part time, part time

Aspen of DC, Inc.
(202) 661-6112
1200 G St NW
Washington, DC
Type of Service
long-term, temporary/part time, part time

Hospitality Staffing
(202) 546-7071
600 Pennsylvania Ave SE Ste 105
Washington, DC
Main Industries / Positions
office clerical, industrial
Type of Service
temporary, long-term

Graham Staffing Services, Inc.
(202) 861-1260
1130 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
Main Industries / Positions
Admin & Clerical, Legal, Information Technology

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Document Management Specialist Career

Document Management Specialists

Nature of the Work

Information Technology (IT) has become an integral part of modern life. Among its most important functions are the efficient transmission of information and the storage and analysis of information. The workers described below all help individuals and organizations share and store information through computer networks and systems, the Internet, and computer databases.

Network architects or network engineers are the designers of computer networks. They set up, test, and evaluate systems such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), the Internet, intranets, and other data communications systems. Systems are configured in many ways and can range from a connection between two offices in the same building to globally distributed networks, voice mail, and e-mail systems of a multinational organization. Network architects and engineers perform network modeling, analysis, and planning, which often require both hardware and software solutions. For example, setting up a network may involve the installation of several pieces of hardware, such as routers and hubs, wireless adaptors, and cables, as well as the installation and configuration of software, such as network drivers. These workers may also research related products and make necessary hardware and software recommendations, as well as address information security issues.

Network and computer systems administrators design, install, and support an organization's computer systems. They are responsible for LANs, WANs, network segments, and Internet and intranet systems. They work in a variety of environments, including large corporations, small businesses, and government organizations. They install and maintain network hardware and software, analyze problems, and monitor networks to ensure their availability to users. These workers gather data to evaluate a system's performance, identify user needs, and determine system and network requirements.

Systems administrators are responsible for maintaining system efficiency. They ensure that the design of an organization's computer system allows all of the components, including computers, the network, and software, to work properly together. Administrators also troubleshoot problems reported by users and by automated network monitoring systems and make recommendations for future system upgrades. Many of these workers are also responsible for maintaining network and system security.

Database administrators work with database management software and determine ways to store, organize, analyze, use, and present data. They identify user needs and set up new computer databases. In many cases, database administrators must integrate data from old systems into a new system. They also test and coordinate modifications to the system when needed, and troubleshoot problems when they occur. An organization's database administrator ensures the performance of the system, un...

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