March 1, 2018 – Credence is pleased to announce our partnership with Katamai Information Technologies to support the ANRG-TRS by acting as the RFMSS Functional Administrator across multiple national training facilities. Responsible for ensuring RFMSS is fully merged with other SRP tools to support activities such as: automated range scheduling, report range utilization, and record ammunition expenditure; integrated Team Credence will help support the ARNG-TRS in their mission to develop and sustain Unit Readiness. We look forward to providing analytical, technical, planning, and training support to the ANRG and ANRG-TRS as they continue their mission of defending national security and interests.
January 26, 2018 – Credence will support the JFHQ-NCR through the development and management of training policies, procedures, materials, and records. The JFHQ-NCR is a branch under the United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) that coordinates with the US Coast Guard (USCG) regarding maritime domain operations within the NCR. This effort will assist the JFHQ-NCR with the synchronization between the Joint Training Information Management System (JTIMS) and the Defense Training Management System (DTMS); supporting the coordination, development, and execution of Joint, Army, Regional, and Interagency exercises.
November 30, 2017 – Workdesign Magazine recently sat down with our CEO, Sid Chowdhary, to explore some hot-button topics within the workforce, including the relationship between company culture and commercial architecture/interior design. Our Vienna, Virginia office is designed to echo our transparent, accessible, and dynamic culture. With more than 500 employees worldwide, we strive to make each customer and employee a top priority. Sid explains, “We all work on the same premise that if you see something that needs to be done, be empowered to tackle it, rather than asking for permission or waiting to be asked. Our corporate culture embodies that philosophy and encourages employee initiative, empowerment, motivation, and engagement.”
October 10, 2017 – Credence is proud to announce our OASIS Small Business task order award to support the USAF DCGS FTU Curriculum Development program. The DCGS is the Air Force’s primary intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) planning and direction, collection, processing and exploitation, analysis, and dissemination (PCPAD) weapon system. Credence is developing, maintaining, and delivering standardized training content and Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) materials for the DCGS enterprise, as well as providing in-residence Initial Qualification Training (IQT) and end of course Performance Evaluations (PE). In support of the FTU student base, Credence instructors are utilizing the DCGS FTU’s Realistic Training Environment (RTE) and providing scenario development expertise to create the most operationally relevant virtual training environment for the Simulated Operations Center (SOC).
September 27, 2017 – Credence was awarded an OASIS Small Business task order to provide USAF 787th CES professional services. Credence supports the 787th CES’ mission to provide infrastructure, base development and programming, and installation management services to various military personnel at Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst (JB MDL), New Jersey. Our services encompass engineering, structural engineering, program development, planning, property program support, Geographic Information System (GIS) planning, industrial control system’s technical support, fire protection specialist services, and Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD).
September 26, 2017 – Credence will support the USCG Office of Shore Forces in their mission to oversee and coordinate homeland security mission subsets. Credence will assist in program support, as well as the development of strategic, operational and tactical policy, and technical solutions for the nationwide sustainment and evolution of the Homeland Security (DHS) Interagency Operations Centers (IOC) programs. Specific tasks under this task order include strategic planning and implementation, capability analysis, policy and acquisition support, requirements management, and system lifecycle management.
September 26, 2017 – As the lead federal agency in national maritime security, the USCG actively participates in programs to defend against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE); Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD); Toxic Industrial Chemical (TIC); and Toxic Industrial Material (TIM) threats to the U.S. To advance its CBRNE and Armed Deployable Specialized (DSF) programs, the USCG awarded Credence an OASIS Small Business task order to enhance its system processes, capabilities, and execution of USCG mission requirements that sustain the national security posture against CBRNE threats. The USCG executes programs designed to implement the maritime aspects of all Presidential Homeland Security Directives and the Department of Homeland Security Strategic Plan.
August 23, 2017 – Credence is now a proud awardee of our task order under our DLA JETS IDIQ contract in support of the EBA Portfolio. DLA seeks to support applications that provide capabilities and identify other devices, either decommissioned or absorbed, that can be implemented by reconfiguring current DLA Enterprise technologies. This new tool permits the analysis, alignment, decommission, migration, and completion of functionality. Specifically, the Credence team will staff and mobilize migration, decommissioning, and automating personnel with insight necessary to identify, prioritize, and access legacy applications for long-term sustainability and migration within the Enterprise Systems.
August 21, 2017 – Credence will support the Extended Business Applications (EBA) Portfolio of over applications with requirements to analyze, align, decommission, migrate, and sunset application functionality into DLA Enterprise applications and to identify and track automation opportunities and initiatives. As part of this effort, Credence will provide organizational alignment, migration of functionality to DLA Enterprise applications, automate manual processes, and decommission the legacy applications. An accomplishment of this effort will affect long-term savings for DLA in terms of hardware, software, maintenance, testing, storage, manual workload, and Information Assurance (IA) support costs.
July 28, 2017 –Credence has been awarded a task order to provide IPPS-A support and OER coordination for ANRG HRP. The IPPS-A system is the Army centralized wed-based human resources (HR) solution to provide integrated HR capabilities across all Army components. Credence will provide support for the deployment, planning, product development, and change management of the IPPS-A system and will use current IT in order to record, track, coordinate, manage, retrieve, and propagate vital data and information. Additionally, Credence’s work will encompass the following functional areas: organizational, assessments, procedures, and models.