April 27, 2018 – Team Credence is pleased to announce our recent task order award to support the DLA J64, Emerging Technologies sector. Our personnel will operate, maintain, document, integrate, and make recommendations to standardize the Video Teleconferencing (VTC), Streaming Video (SV), and Internet Protocol Base Video Teleconferencing (IPTV) hardware/configurations for the DLA Video Operation Center (VOC) and Continuance of Operation Plan (COOP). By monitoring, scheduling, and troubleshooting video teleconferences for the DLA, our team will support the DLA J64’s mission to improve IT efficiencies throughout the DLA. Team Credence looks forward to supporting the DLA as it continues to build an expansive and stable enterprise infrastructure by promoting IT standardization across the Agency.
November 3, 2015 – Credence is diligently working to build out our teams for the upcoming ITES-3S and ENCORE III contracts, and we want to hear from you! Our win themes and contact information for each vehicle follow.
- ITES-3S:Credence has been formally down-selected for ITES-3S, and given our positioning as the premier small business, we are confident that we will be one of the 14 awarded small businesses. By critically scoring ourselves on the RFP criteria, we will receive blue/outstanding scores for all four volumes. Please contact us at ITES3S@credence-llc.com or call Von Hawley at (571) 395-8829 to discuss teaming.
- ENCORE III: Being a leading small business provider of business and mission support capabilities to DoD as a prime, including C4ISR work, and with our CMMI Level 3, ISO 9000, ISO 20000, and ISO 27001 certifications, Credence is confidently positioned to be one of the 20 ENCORE III small business awardees. Credence brings strong exceptional past performance across the six sub-factors and 20 performance areas, along with highly competitive pricing. Please contact us at ENCORE@credence-llc.com or call Von Hawley at (571) 395-8829 to discuss teaming.
October 28, 2014 – Credence will be providing technical and management support to the Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA) P&R IM group. We will assist in providing oversight and direction of the Department of Defense Human Resources Management (HRM) inventory, business processes, and HRM and P&R IT resources and infrastructure.
September 30, 2014 – Credence is bringing our broad Department of Defense expertise and knowledge of acquisition, IT, and instructional design to the WHS Market Research and Training IDIQ contract to support the Department of Defense and the OSBP. Task orders under the contract will support policy analysis and research, data analytics, data visualization, data management, technology analysis and support, course and training development, professional development programs, and small business excellence awards. Credence is honored to be implementing the OSBP’s first task order to provide human capital management and technical services to help the WHS OSBP develop their Small Business Curriculum for Department of Defense small business professionals.
September 30, 2014 – Credence was awarded the follow-on contract for the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Administration Global Information Services (A/GIS). Our skilled IT technical personnel will provide IT management, information security, testing, and technical support for IT systems and applications. Credence’s scope of work includes, but is not limited to, IT planning, requirements management, systems procedures and standards development, records/document management, systems documentation, systems integration, information security, and technical support.
Credence was originally awarded a prime contract with a base year plus 3-year option. Exercise of this option assures that Credence will continue to bring high-caliber staff and innovative solutions in support of multiple systems. This contract also solidifies Credence’s Foreign Affairs and International Development practice, which supports many aspects of U.S. Government foreign policy and diplomacy efforts across State, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and Department of Defense though multiple prime contracts.
September 29, 2014 – Credence is partnering with the BPHC at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to support their mission of improving the health of our Nation’s underserved communities and vulnerable populations. As part of its Healthcare solutions, Credence is providing innovative IT technical assistance and project management services to help the BPHC fulfill their complex, healthcare mission-focused IT investment objectives.
September 27, 2014 – The Coast Guard’s Office of Leadership (CG-12C) has tasked Credence with conducting a Strategic Needs Assessment to help create enterprise-wide human capital development solutions for the entire Coast Guard civilian workforce. Credence’s focus will be to examine the Coast Guard’s business strategy to identify cost-effective and efficient solutions to help streamline processes for fostering leadership and professional development.
September 25, 2014 – Credence has been awarded one of the first General Services Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract task orders to provide the United States Air Force Special Operations Air Warfare Center (AFSOAWC) with mission critical training services. Credence’s AFSOAWC team will provide on-site curriculum support for all courseware development, updates, and distribution.
September 16, 2014 – Credence has been appraised by Teradata Corporation at Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). Through this noteworthy accomplishment, we demonstrate to present and future clients our standard of excellence using process descriptions and procedures. At CMMI Level 3, processes are managed more proactively using an understanding of the interrelationship between process activities, detailed measures of the process, its ensuing work products, and it services.
By adapting the CMMI for Development Version 1.3 Level 3, Credence once again proves that the process system we have built underscores and facilitates our commitment of excellence between our management, our employees, our customers, and our industry partners. By attaining CMMI Level 3, we are able to tailor, measure, and formally rate the maturity of business and governmental practices against the best practices elsewhere in the industry.
When Carnegie Mellon Universityâ€™s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) conceived its standards for CMMI, it addressed the scope of what clients should expect from professionals serving in the field. At Credence, we did not tackle CMMI appraisal because it was easy, but because we wanted the best for our clients.
About Credence: Credence provides innovative management, engineering, technology consulting, strategy, and advisory services to government agencies. In 2013, Credence was honored to receive the Small Business Contractor of the Year Award, in addition to being listed on the Washington Technology Fast 50 list for two years in a row (2013 and 2014) and the Inc. 500 | 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies for three years in a row (2012, 2013, and 2014). We ensure successful outcomes by focusing on our clientâ€™s missionâ€”the one measure of success that we consider to be most important.
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July 28, 2014 – Credence is conducting a year-long Service Delivery Assessment for the Department of Defense on the effectiveness and completeness of the YRRP at all phases of deployment, across all National Guard and Reserve Services, and within the Office for Reintegration Programs. Credence is in close communication with each of the Services to analyze guidance and policies, standard operating procedures, strategic plans, staff training plans, program metrics, and program logic models as they relate to the YRRP.