Services

Program & Project Management

Our project management methodology is to create specific strategies based on the needs of the organization, company assets and current processes.  Using the PMBOK-recommended processes and best practices, we have revived troubled projects and successfully executed new ones.  We take a holistic approach to IT management using Earned Value Management (EVM) supported by active risk management, thus ensuring the predictability of a timely and quality delivery of IT systems and software applications.  






Enterprise Architecture

Over the years, federal government agencies have realized the importance of Enterprise Architecture (EA) in aligning technology assets and capital investments with business strategy.  EA development and execution is proven to reduce cost, increase agility in reactions to legislations or threats to National Security and improve services to US tax payers.  Business Process Management (BPM) in combination with Enterprise Architecture works very well in addressing organizational inefficiencies. We have extensive experience in developing EA for defense and civilian agencies, IT strategy and capital investment planning for IT products and services leveraging SOA, green technologies, virtualization and cloud computing.  Cloud computing is rapidly evolving and is a part of our EA transition and implementation strategy at federal agencies.  Our experience with federal agencies includes working with the Internal Revenue Service where the current project involves implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as required by legislation, Department of Defense and Department of Justice utilizing DoDAF and FEAF.




Systems Engineering

We ensure client requirements are satisfied by applying sound systems engineering processes to manage problems, both technical and non-technical, and their solution complexities over the entire life cycle i.e., from inception, planning, engineering implementation, O&M to its eventual retirement.  It is important to evaluate whether the implemented system provides its intended value over time, which may take years. Challenges that may arise during this process include changes in business needs and requirements, funding, and engineering and design changes. Selecting an appropriate system engineering framework for a given problem is a key to a successful implementation which covers feasibility, solution definition, requirements engineering, design and modeling, development, integration, testing, change management, deployment, training, maintenance and support. 





Enterprise Content Management

Corporate information is often inaccessible because it is usually saved on individual desktops, network drives, CDs/DVDs and flash drives.  This ultimately limits an organization’s ability to best utilize this collateral effectively as it is often out of reach.  To centralize information sharing across an organization, the solution is to implement a content management system such as EMC Documentum® or Microsoft SharePoint®.  Using ECM technologies, organizations can collect, consolidate, and migrate scattered information into one consolidated system which is capable of providing actionable intelligence.  We have developed and managed large content repositories including content migration (ETL) at organizations like Lexis-Nexis and The Environmental Protection Agency.





Business Process Management

Every business comprises of three main resources: human capital, business processes and applications.  Business Process Management involves the improvement of one of these main factors: core end-to-end business processes by means of Lean Six Sigma, a statistics-based and proven business process improvement methodology to incrementally improve or completely re-engineer existing business processes.  Once the processes are improved, they can be automated using commercially available BPM Suites such as Appian, BizFlow, Lombardi and many others.  We have reconstructed and automated business processes at Johnson & Johnson, USPTO and the Department of Defense.