November 13, 2018 – Credence is excited to announce that we have been awarded a 5-year contract to support the USAID Bureau for Global Health through the Global Health Technical Professionals program! Over the next five years, Credence will support the Bureau’s commitment to improving global health outcomes in communities around the world by providing technical professionals at all career stages for posts both in Washington, D.C. and abroad. Our global health professionals will augment the Agency’s programs addressing its three strategic priorities, including preventing child and maternal deaths, controlling the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and combating infectious diseases. They will improve the technical abilities of USAID offices, teams, and working groups by bolstering technical leadership, accelerating innovation, increasing science and technology capabilities, strengthening local capacities, promoting gender equality, and providing acquisition and additional services on a variety of global health program initiatives. We are eager to begin supporting USAID’s mission and boosting the capacity of its global health workforce.
September 30, 2018 – Credence is excited to announce that we have been awarded a contract to provide FTOS for the AETC of the U.S. Air Force. Our team will support AETC training squadrons by providing standardization and evaluation, training, and scheduling and programming duties for AETC aircrews. Credence personnel will provide this support in order to decrease the non-flying duties of AETC instructors, allowing them to focus on their core mission of training Airmen. Credence is proud to offer highly qualified support personnel to increase aircrew production while improving the quality of life for flying personnel.
September 19, 2018 – It is a pleasure to announce that USCG has awarded Credence the ALC ESD Technical Support Services contract. In support of USCG ALC’s mission to “Keep ‘em flying”, we will provide expert technical and engineering support services to ensure the viability of its increasingly complex aviation fleet. Under this task order Credence will support USCG aviation units that operate approximately two hundred aircraft, these air stations are located throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Additionally, ALC supports USCG Headquarters, Aviation Technical Training Center, and USCG Surface Forces Logistics Center. Technical Support Services are required to support the mission of ALC in various divisions: Engineering Services Division, Operational Division, Medium Range Surveillance, Medium Range Recovery, Long Range Surveillance (LRS) and Safety and Environmental Health Office. Credence is responsible for technical support services including providing support to airworthiness sustainment programs including aerospace structural, environmental management system and technical information support of all maintainers/operators of current and future USCG aircraft and related equipment.
August 2, 2018 – Credence is excited to provide program management support to the AFMSA/ SG3 for ATC. The SG3 office formulates policies and is responsible for official positions on healthcare for the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS). ATC covers a wide variety of patient-centric services within military healthcare, including access, appointments, referrals, call centers and information systems. Credence will be responsible for analysis, training, and project management support. Credence will recommend improvements to the patient appointing and referral systems, information systems, tracking management, and call center, among others, through policy development proposals for consideration by the AFMS.
June 28, 2018 – Credence is proud to announce that we have been awarded a contract to provide Enterprise Architecture (EA) / Portfolio Management (PfM) and 508 compliance support services for the DLA J62G Extended Business Applications (EBA) Portfolio. We will support EA/PfM with development, maintenance, and reporting services; modeling and training support; consulting support; requirements management; architectural maturity assessments; and liaison services with other DLA offices to ensure collaboration and compliance with federal policy. Our team will also assist DLA with 508 compliance to ensure all electronic and information technology (E&IT) is equally accessible for all users, including those with disabilities. This support will include policy evaluation, configuration support, Assistive Technology (AT) knowledge sharing, AT planning, and software testing and evaluation.
June 6, 2018 – Credence has been awarded a contract to support the USCG Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and IT Service Center (C4ITSC) and USCG Operations Systems Center (OSC). Credence’s work includes IT data floor and facilities and management support to existing and future facilities, data floors, computer systems, and communications networks. Specific services will involve knowledge management and documentation; disaster planning; continuity of operations; disaster recovery; asset management; office space management; system transitions; testing and quality assurance; hardware and software installations; security systems support; access control system support; intrusion detection support; video surveillance system support; network security; and duty analyst coverage.
May 15, 2018 – Credence has been awarded a mission-critical contract to provide DLA J6 with Technology Foundation Services (TFS) IAVMS, assisting DLA in their mission to provide high-quality and cost-efficient information systems, customer support, telecommunications, and data management services for the DoD and our Armed Forces. Our personnel will provide users with global support by ultimately helping ensure the security of critical DLA systems. Our responsibilities include patch and compliance management, vulnerability management systems reporting, scan reporting, certification and accreditation, remote technical support, cybersecurity assessments, and statistics and audit reporting. We look forward to assisting DLA J6 in meeting its vulnerability management and information assurance objectives.
May 9, 2018 – We are proud to announce that AFSPC has awarded Credence a 614 AOC/JSpOC prime contract at Vandenberg AFB, California. We will help ensure a successful, comprehensive weapon system upgrade, along with supporting an Advanced Training program that begins at the individual-based training and evolves to a crew/threat-based training program that more accurately represents the operational demands in a dynamic, warfighting environment in space. More specifically, Credence will provide systems engineering, test support, mission systems integration, configuration management and analysis, advanced training development and execution, and program-level support for a wide range of weapons systems. To accomplish this mission, we will also coordinate and execute test objectives, resource requirements, schedules, and developmental testing and evaluation (D&E) events.
April 30, 2018 – Credence is pleased to announce our 7th task order award under the DLA JETS vehicle. Credence will provide contract reporting and analytics support to the J6TE by sustaining and tailoring existing processes for acquisition support, compiling reports and metrics, developing and migrating to new data collection and processing methods, and ensuring Agency information is accurate and up-to-date. Our team is integral to the success of the J6TE and the DLA Contracting Services Office (DCSO), whose collective mission is to accurately and efficiently gather, track, analyze, and report acquisition process data to achieve greater efficiency and cost savings and avoidance.
April 24, 2018 – 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. 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.