Federal Government / Department of Defense System Development & Integration
InfoTech has extensive experience serving the United States Department of Defense (DoD) as well as the U.S. Navy and other key defense contractors. Our Federal Government / DoD practice provides a systematic methodology of application development tailored to agencies’ needs while staying compliant with Federal Government / DoD regulations and directives. Our experienced program managers understand the Federal Government / DoD process and government regulations and with an agile workforce in multiple disciplines, InfoTech delivers solutions that are on time and on budget. Our Federal Government / DoD practice includes:
Integration with clients’ existing / in-use systems and applications
Highly reliable security systems, using the industry’s most advanced technologies
Analysis and Simulation
Assessing the capacity of performance, enabling us to optimize our systems capabilities
Custom Application Development
Products and services tailored to our clients’ needs
InfoTech cross-leverages its systems development and deployment experience from the commercial world and the DoD environment ensuring that the best practices are implemented. Some of these systems include implementations to improve the security structure of its commercial client’s networks, implementing financial applications within DoD, developing Flight Simulators, developing Secure Discovery implementations to regulate Navy cyber threats as well as developing white papers and system risk analysis documents for applications within DoD and the commercial market. It is the foundation of strong technical abilities and unique amalgamation of capabilities in both the government and commercial sectors coupled with a highly motivated and technically advanced workforce that yields the excellence of service provided by InfoTech.
Increasing Our Reach into Federal Government and DoD Markets
InfoTech operates within the U.S. with only full time salaried employees with full benefits. To successfully implement this ideology, InfoTech has opened several satellite offices throughout the U.S. in places like North Dakota, offering employment outside of the major metropolitan areas and therefore maintaining a competitive edge in terms of IT labor cost. This combination has increased InfoTech’s eligibility for contracts with the U.S. Department of Defense and the Navy in a market which is becoming more security and U.S. labor-oriented as a prerequisite for contract engagements. Additionally, InfoTech has experience with FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation), we are an approved GSA vendor (#35F0220T), DCAA (Defense Contract Audit Agency) approved and a member of the Dakota Defense Alliance (DDA).
Why Use InfoTech for Your Federal / Department of Defense Needs?
Experienced Engineers and Developers
Over the years, InfoTech has consistently developed integration capabilities and security systems for the DoD. We have leveraged our engineering and systems development experience from the commercial world into the Federal Government / DoD arena. We maintain a fully credentialed staff of IT professionals, including systems analysts, software engineers, database analysts and QA & QC personnel, all led by experienced project managers.
Using the latest technologies of modern development tools and methodologies while staying compatible with industry standards, we are able to improve the quality of products by increasing the quality of code, product security and product performance.
Microsoft Certified Partner
We are a Microsoft Certified Partner, a status that requires us to provide Microsoft with actual samples of applications developed for clients during the previous year. Microsoft confirms directly with our clients that the development and deployment were successful.
GSA Certified by the U.S. Government
We have developed various applications for the Department of Defense (DoD) and we are an approved vendor on the Government GSA (General Services Administration) schedule (GSA# 35FO22OT).
In-Shoring / U.S.-Based Labor Only
We only use U.S. labor, offering our customers the highest quality expertise, supported by strong communication channels and a clear understanding of the U.S. business environment. With headquarters in New York and a full development facility in North Dakota, this business model has been beneficial to InfoTech and our clients.
Over the years InfoTech has developed a variety of technology products and solutions for government agencies. Below is a short list of our projects:
For Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC). InfoTech was approached by FNMOC to help the US Navy improve access to its existing Metcast Channels data distribution / subscription system.
Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS)
InfoTech’s Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS) has been deployed with the U.S. Navy to link Excel spreadsheets used for project budget managing to backend databases as part of a unified platform to provide quick and easy reporting to department and project management. More details will be uploaded soon.
For Planning Systems Inc. (PSI), acquired by QinetiQ USA in 2006. InfoTech was approached by Planning Systems Inc. (PSI) to create a system that enables an organization to secure and monitor access to their enterprise resources, by identifying who is trying to access and what are they allowed to see.
For Raytheon Missiles Systems and U.S. Air Force. InfoTech was approached by Raytheon Missile Systems and U.S. Air Force to develop a new flight simulator / analysis simulation tool for the High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM) program. The new FAST application designed and developed by InfoTech replaces an older legacy version which is no longer usable on modern computing platforms.
For SPAWAR and the U.S. Navy. One of the premier security products developed by InfoTech is Secure Discovery. Successfully developed over a four year period (2007-2011), the security and compliance product for SPAWAR and the U.S. Navy, garnered a grade of “exceptional” by the U.S. Navy.
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Our Custom Application Practice provides a systematic methodology of application development tailored to our clients’ needs. It is at the heart of the InfoTech organization and continuously pumps new blood into our various business practices. We specialize in developing custom products for our clients, as well as proprietary products offered on a SaaS (Software as a Service) basis, such as our Research Publishing Automation System. The success of those products has allowed InfoTech to transform them into their own business practices.
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Our Hardware and Software Sales capability is a value added service for clients of our Federal Government / Department of Defense Practice. It is in place to help our clients choose the right hardware and software for their organizations. Whether you are looking for a PC, server, laptop or that rare hardware component that no one else seems to be able to find, we can help.
Raytheon Missile Systems
This contract represents an exciting first step in what looks to be a significant business relationship for InfoTech, Raytheon and the Minot community. Raytheon and InfoTech are committed to establishing long term relationships together in Minot, North Dakota that will improve the productivity of both companies and enhance the Minot community work environment.
HARM Program Director at Raytheon Missile Systems / Former USA Col. Ret.
United States Senate
Matti Kon is a corporate leader who understands that building businesses in the U.S. as opposed to shipping jobs overseas has big advantages for his business and also for our country. He is a CEO who made the decision to build an information technology center in Minot, North Dakota instead of locating it overseas. Other CEO’s should take his lead and understand what Matti Kon already knows. Creating jobs in the U.S. is good for the corporate bottom line and at the same time creates jobs here and strengthens the American economy.
U.S. Senator from North Dakota from 1991-2011 / Former Chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee
SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation)
I have worked with InfoTech on several occasions over the past 12 years, while serving in executive level positions at the largest financial institutions in the world. They bring a fresh and thoughtful perspective to each engagement and can be relied upon to design and deliver a client-focused solution that exceeds expectations. As an operations-focused executive, my emphasis has always been on timely deliverables and low costs. They have always delivered on both. Over the years, I have grown to consider InfoTech as a partner and not just a vendor. I value their contributions and have never regretted engaging them on any projects. I will use them again without hesitation for future initiatives.
SIPC Board Member / Former COO of Global Quantitative Analytics at UBS / Former USN Cmdr. Ret.