Leidos to Help Falkland Islands Gov’t Implement Legislation Database System

Leidos‘ Australian subsidiary has secured an export deal with the government of Falkland Islands to provide a set of technology products designed to support legislation content drafting and publishing processes.

The company said Friday it will deploy the TeraText product suite to make Falkland Island laws available for public access.

TeraText technology was originally developed at RMIT University in Melbourne and subsequently funded by the Australia defense department for use within the country’s defense and intelligence agencies.

The platform is designed to integrate search engine and traditional database features that work to help users search and manage complex structured documents.

 

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