Enterprise and Solutions Architecture




Enterprise Architecture

We develop business-driven EAs - rooted in the organization’s mission, operations, and customers - to solve specific IT and business problems. We have extensive experience using Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) Reference Models, Zachman’s framework, and other industry best practices. Our capabilities include:   

·        EA Program Management Office (PMO) support

·        EA and IT governance process support

·        EA alignment with FEA Reference Models support

·        OMB EA Assessment support

·        EA Repository support

·        Business Architecture support – Concept of Operations (CONOPS), Business Process Modeling, Organization and Roles, etc.

·        CPIC and IT Portfolio Management support.

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Solution Architecture

We develop Solution Architectures that support organization’s business initiatives.  We:         

·        Develop requirements, design, documentation, implementation, and maintenance of complex IT solutions

·        Conduct business analysis to architect & design IT solutions that meet functional and technical requirements

·        Develop implementation plan deliverables to support quality gates, operational readiness, training and post production support documents.

·        Translate requirements to design through facilitated sessions with the project architects, development leads and user interface designers

·        Develop use cases and business rules

·        Create/maintain/integrate the architecture and design (external and detailed) documents

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Network Infrastructure & Communications

Enterprise and Solutions Architecture

Document Management

Telephony Services

Other IT Services


Our Federal Customers...

     Dept. of Homeland Security

     Dept. of the Interior

     Health and Human Services

     Social Security Admin.

     Dept. of Defense


Our Federal Integrators...

     General Dynamics



     Northrop Grumman


     Cambridge Systems