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Credence Wins One of the 1st Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) Tasks to Support the Enterprise Linked Logistics Information System (ELLIS)

April 29, 2017 – Credence has been awarded one of the DLA’s first JETS task orders in support of the ELLIS program, which enables the execution, tracking, measurement, and analysis of Direct Vendor Delivery (DVD) contracts. Credence will leverage the legacy ELLIS by transforming it to a cloud-based system that will more efficiently track and monitor contractor performance data(s). This upgraded system will enable the execution, measurement, and analysis of DVD contracts through rich data visualizations, system sustainment, hardening, hosting, and business analytics for the proper tracking and monitoring of contractor performance. More specifically, Credence will provide services for contract monitoring through analytical reporting, data management, display, and delivery, information assurance (IA), project management, and transition and turnover services.

Credence Is Hiring at Peterson AFB for our Headquarters Air Force Space Command (HQ AFSPC) Cybersecurity Task

March 23, 2017 – Credence is happy to announce that we have been awarded the OASIS HQ AFSPC Cybersecurity task order, and we are looking for highly motivated program managers, network SME’s, and cyber analysts to support this critical project. Please visit our Opportunities webpage for details and to apply.

Team Credence’s new task will support the AFSPC, Directorate of Integrated Air, Space, Cyberspace, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Security and Mission Assurance Division mission. Credence is providing AFSPC with cybersecurity analytical, developmental, and technical assessments; enterprise integration; program management; and technology investigation and analysis of alternatives (AoA) for the Air Force, Space, and DoD/US intelligence information systems and applications.

Credence Awarded Army G-4 Integrated Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) Analytical and Technical Support Contract

March 23, 2017 – Under our new Army G-4 Integrated LIW contract, Credence will support the Army G-4 Deputy Chief of Staff by providing senior logistics subject matter experts, who will support the entire spectrum of the G4 mission– from global force strategy to complex database system management. We also perform work in an advisory capacity to help shape policy designed to enhance the logistical readiness of the force.

Credence Awarded DLA Office of Operations Research and Resource Analysis (DORRA) Operations Research and BPR IDIQ Contract

February 10, 2017 – Credence is one of eight contractors to receive a five-year Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) DORRA Business Process Reengineering (BPR) IDIQ contract. DORRA’s vision is to provide senior Agency management with the critical insight required to evaluate Agency initiatives and programs. DORRA is achieving this vision by planning, programming, budgeting, and executing analysis projects and by assessing business process improvement initiatives that enhance the Agency’s capabilities to provide its customers their products of choice. Credence will assist with various BPR analytical projects and provide support for the acquisition of full-spectrum business, analytical, and technical assistance for the DORRA studies program.

Credence is Hiring at Hanscom and Kirtland AFBs for Our Newly Awarded Task to Support the Air Force’s NC3 Directorate

January 26, 2017 – Credence is happy to announce that we have won the OASIS Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications (NC3) Directorate task order, and we are looking for highly motivated engineering, IT, logistics, weapons system SME, intelligence analyst, security and IA staff to support this mission critical project. Please visit our Opportunities webpage for details and to apply.

Team Credence’s new task will support the Air Force’s requirement for NC3 Integration Support Services. As part of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC), the NC3 Directorate’s mission is to deliver integrated NC3 capabilities to Warfighters use every day to ensure ongoing NC3 programs, legacy systems, and new capabilities are fully integrated as part of the Air Force’s overall effort to sustain, modernize, and recapitalize the nuclear enterprise. Credence will provide technical, engineering, program management, logistics, research, analysis, database management, executive support, cyber and information/software assurance, security, and training services.

Team Credence Awarded all 21 Task Areas in all 3 Groups Under the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) Contract

December 22, 2016 – Team Credence is now a proud awardee of the $6 billion Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) contract vehicle. We are thrilled to report that we have been awarded all 21 task areas in all three categories, making us eligible to compete for work in Group A (Unrestricted), Group B (SB Set Aside), and Group C (8(a) Competitive), as well as to receive 8(a) sole source task orders. We are excited to continue to support DLA’s important mission as the Department of Defense’s largest logistics combat support agency, providing worldwide logistics support in both peacetime and wartime to the military services in both CONUS and OCONUS locations as well as to several civilian agencies and foreign countries.

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Credence is Proud to Support the Air Force Medical Operations Agency’s Goal to Maximize Patient Safety

November 11, 2016 – Credence has been awarded a task to support AFMOA’s worthy goal to combat patient-related near-misses and errors that result in harm to more than 35,000 military personnel and their families at more than 300 medical treatment facilities (MTFs) across the globe. The Air Force PSP is dedicated to providing safe, effective, evidence-based healthcare. With staff located at 76 locations across the globe, Credence is supporting the PSP by offering project management, program integration, clinical, educational, and research support. More specifically, we are assisting the Government with the establishment and operation of the Air Force Medical Service PSP at the MTF level, including helping educate staff on key patient safety principles; assisting with facility-wide implementation of healthcare team training; staying abreast of national patient safety initiatives; aiding in the implementation of performance improvements leading to the formulation of policies and processes that facilitate safer care; guiding organizational changes; and helping administer day-to-day PSP operations encompassing all aspects of inpatient, ambulatory care, and support functions.

Credence Awarded Task Order to Support the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) Program

November 15, 2016 – Credence has won a task order under the OASIS Small Business contract to support the AFIT Program’s School of Systems and Logistics (LS), School of Engineering and Management (EN), and Civil Engineer School (CE) at Wright- Patterson AFB, Ohio.  As a component of the Air University and Air Education and Training Command, AFIT seeks to maintain the technological authority of the United States’ air and space forces by delivering graduate and professional continuing studies, research, and consulting services to military personnel throughout the US Air Force.  Credence will provide AFIT’s three resident schools with engineering, scientific, and research expertise; Testing & Evaluation (T&E) services; Science of Test and Reliability (SOT/REL) capabilities; financial management expertise; academic, training, registrar, para-faculty, and human factor support; IT, multi-media, distance learning, and instructional systems design; and security capabilities.

Credence Wins Task Order to Support the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)

November 10, 2016 – Credence, as part of a larger team Amyx, will be supporting USTRANSCOM’s Program Executive Office (PEO-T). PEO-T is an acquisition program management organization chartered to manage cost, schedule, performance, and risk to develop, field, and sustain effective enabling activities to support USTRANSCOM. The team will support PEO-T by providing technical assistance and integration services, including security engineering, systems engineering, program management, program control, resource management, financial managements cost analysis, earned value management, web support, configuration management requirements, resource management, risk management, text support, and acquisition support.

Credence Wins Contract to Support HUD’s Office of Native American Programs (ONAP)

November 3, 2016 – Credence has been awarded a contract to provide Agile development services to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) ONAP in Washington, D.C. ONAP administers housing and community development programs that benefit American Indian and Alaskan Native tribal governments, tribal members, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Native Hawaiians, and other Native American Organizations. Credence is building Agile development services to provide automated systems in support of the Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program including intake of case submissions, full lifecycle processing, and management of loan guarantees. Our lean agile development services will include IT development, project planning and management, systems engineering, system development, system testing, Agile Coaching, maintenance support, and operations technical support.

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