Strong systems engineering (SE) practices are the foundation for contributing to the complex multi-system solutions found in our customer’s IT portfolios. Our staff apply an interdisciplinary set of development, testing, scaling, and reliability engineering practices in our government projects. Our SE practices include: system interface definition, control, and management for successful multi-system integration; requirements engineering for building, tracing, and testing the ‘correctness and completeness’ of components; performance engineering and modeling for scaling processing and storage resources to changing user demands; architecture engineering applying Federal, commercial, and DoD architecture frameworks to enterprise architecture (EA) efforts; and reliability engineering for creating end-to-end solutions that meet mission-defined reliability and availability needs.
We combine a deep understanding of mission requirements, effective multi-system architecture patterns, and the latest practices in quantitative analysis and systems engineering to produce highly reliable solutions for our customers. Our unique mission requirements understanding is a result of over a decade of work supporting the government’s safety and labor missions.
The use of our SE methods results in resilient systems with verified capabilities, known reliability and availability. These solutions are able to meet government service level requirements and Continuity of Operations (COOP) requirements and also give our government customers technical alternatives during development to align the optimal IT solution for the mission and the resources.
Department of Transportation (DOT)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)