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JAMES A. HARPER JOINS DATA CONVERSION LABORATORY

FRESH MEADOWS, NY-DECEMBER 11, 2000-Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), an industry leader in converting and repurposing data, today announced that  James A. Harper has joined DCL as Federal Government Business Development Manager.  Harper was formerly the Federal Programs Sales Manager at Docucon Imaging Services in Vienna, VA. As DCL's Federal Government Business Development Manager, Harper will be based in Reston, VA.


At DCL, Harper's responsibilities will include the development of sales strategies for large document conversion opportunities within the federal government and developing new relationships with major integrators.


"We're delighted-ecstatic-to have someone of Jim's caliber joining our sales force.  His knowledge of the industry, command of the technical issues and respect among the key players will be invaluable to DCL as we continue our rapid expansion in government-related conversion work," said Mark Gross, president of DCL.


"I'm truly honored to be joining Data Conversion Laboratory. DCL enjoys a sterling reputation inside and outside the federal government for the quality of their work, their timeliness and their ability to bring projects in on-budget. With demand accelerating for XML conversions as well as transformations of paper manuals to IETMs (Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals), DCL will grow rapidly in the next few years, and I'm glad to be a part of it," Harper said.



Data Conversion Laboratory is the leader in implementing complex data conversion solutions for government and military agencies, including the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and the Library of Congress, and integrators such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Mantech and United Defense. It also serves such publishing giants as McGraw-Hill, Wiley, Harcourt, Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott and Reed Elsevier. Other customers include: Lucent Technologies, McDonnell Douglas, Gulfstream Aerospace, United Technologies, John Deere, the New York Public Library and New York University.