EDP renews GSA contract through 2018

Effective Digital Presentations (EDP) completed a successful initial 5 year term of its GSA Schedule contract in 2013 and has renewed its contract with the federal government for an additional 5 years, through 2018. “We are pleased to announce both our successful completion of our first 5 years in the GSA program, as well as our outlook of building upon our successes over the next 5 years”, says Paul Kakert, Vice President and lead video producer. In 2013, EDP completed numerous projects for the Department of Veterans Affairs, adding the VA to a growing list of federal government clients benefiting from EDP’s expertise in government video production. Kakert adds that “part of our plan for success in 2014 and beyond is to explore teaming and partnering arrangements to expand the services we offer and open more opportunities for growth.”

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Paul Kakert is a national award-winning director, editor, and producer specializing in the conception, development, production, marketing, and distribution of independent productions, including reality programming and documentaries. Owner and operator of Effective Digital Presentations, a video and multimedia production company in Iowa, since 1991, Paul has produced videos and 3D animations for broadcast, federal government, non-profit organizations, higher education, and corporate businesses throughout the United States. Recent clients include NASA, US Army and Coast Guard, and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Paul has filmed in 8 different countries including India, Kosovo, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Japan and nearly every US state including Alaska. He is also an internationally published author on the topic of 3D animation techniques. In 2009 Paul founded Storytellers International, a non-profit organization that produces feature length documentary films on subjects from around the world. His 2010 release, Train to Nowhere: Inside an Immigrant Death Investigation, is currently available on NetFlix.

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