ISHPI’s AIS team provided software engineering and technical support to the U.S. Navy in accordance with the industry standards such as IEEE/EIA 12207, CMMI, the Joint Technical Architecture, or the applicable task order. The program was responsible for project management, requirements development, and disciplined software engineering activities that included design, construct, test, and integration appropriately tailored to the customer’s environment and project-specific needs. The program contributed to the transformation of a large Defense Department agency by advancing the organization’s processes for critical software life cycle functions. The program effectively applied a wide range of technologies, including integrating COTS products, to deliver required functionality.
ISHPI’s AIS team successfully modernized one of the largest U.S. Government database systems with more than 500,000 lines of COBOL code after prior failed attempts by two other vendors. This modernization program provided a complete system solution still in place today. The scope included reverse engineering, streamlining business processes, developing and maintaining requirements documentation, designing and implementing a modernized system using service oriented architecture (SOA), migrating data, optimizing performance, ensuring certification and accreditation (C&A) and FISMA compliance, customer training, enhancement, and sustainment.
Maintenance & Sustainment
ISHPI’s AIS team successfully transformed an unstable system inherited from a previous contractor into a sophisticated, high-quality, Web-enabled clearinghouse for critical financial data for a U.S. Federal Government customer. The program provided continuous maintenance, sustainment, and support services including requirements analysis, system design, software development, testing, integration, and deployment of required changes and enhancements. By focusing on system quality, our services enabled our customer to implement critical enhancements using funds that otherwise would have been used to fix defects in established code.