Department of the Army
We provide the Army with Senior Level Microsoft SharePoint Development, Engineering and Administration, Content Management and Collaboration Architecture, Project and Risk Management, Business and Systems Analysis, Requirements Analysis, Quality Assurance, Test and Evaluation, Configuration Management, Systems Analysis, and Training support.
Software and Systems Development
T&T professionals perform design, development, integration, administrative, sustainment, and management services for Regional Health Command Central’s (RHC-C) Microsoft SharePoint environment, which supports the US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM)’s overarching knowledge management (KM) vision of integrating all data, automated collaboration tools, business-intelligence dashboards, web content, and process workflows into an Enterprise-Wide Commercial–Off-the-Shelf (COTS) solution.
Our team develops highly specific technical requirements, independently utilizing their advanced knowledge of Web server, C#, IIS, .NET, ADO, LDAP, Servlets, HTML, Windows 7, Web Services and various Web application tools to develop dynamic, database (SQL) and .NET driven applications, portlets, and web pages for an RHC-C Enterprise SharePoint environment, and provide hardware and software configuration evaluations and recommendations.
T&T also provides engineering support to the enterprise application lifecycle management infrastructure which consists of code creation for customization and testing tools, code storage and archiving, server OS maintenance, hardware, and code configuration management. We also research, test, and apply Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts (IAVA) and SharePoint patches as they become available.
Our dedicated SharePoint Development team designs and implements web applications and SharePoint web-parts, sustains existing internal and external web sites and portals, creates end-user and system documentation for web-based applications, and writes/ manages all web content.
Enterprise IT Support
T&T performs migration activities on the current RHC-C instance of SharePoint 2010 into the RHC-C SP 2013 environment, including planning and building an enterprise solution environment to allow for a migration of all SharePoint data and other KM tools.
Our team develops technical documentation and end user manuals/guides, and makes them available online to serve RHC-C's 300 users located on the RHC-C campus and approximately 23,400 users off campus. We also perform various types of training for users, functional area subject matter experts, and support staff
In addition, our team performs advanced troubleshooting and problem resolution, including technical challenges with displaying content, site-to-site communication, package distribution, and other issues affecting the RHC-C Portal.