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.
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.
July 28, 2017 – Credence has been awarded our third task order under DLA J6 Expertise Technology Services (JETS) IDIQ contract to sustain and assist the WAWF e-Business Suite Program Management Office (PMO). Credence will provide program management; technical and functional support services in the areas of Information Assurance (IA), Test/Deployment/Production standards, and business intelligence; strategic analysis for the Enterprise Sourcing, Medical, Contingency (ESMC) Portfolio; and program subject matter expertise. WAWF e-Business Suite is the single-face system delivering access to a number of independently managed business applications and capabilities, including Electronic Document Access (EDA) and Item Unique Identification (IUID).
July 21, 2017 – Team Credence has been awarded a task order to provide the HHS ACF with expert technical and project management advice for two new tools being added to the agency’s grants management software platform, GrantSolutions (GS). The new tools, the Mandatory Grants Module (MGM) and the Program Management Module (PMM), will provide additional effectiveness, performance monitoring, accountability, and transparency of critical programs administered through GS. ACF promotes the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities by administering grant programs facilitated by GS. GS processes grants for 1,500 national programs awarding over $78 billion in grants annually. Credence will ensure successful implementation of the new tools through independent analysis, architectural and business process recommendations, and verification and validation services.
June 24th, 2017 – Credence has been awarded an OASIS task order to support the USCG OPTEVFOR. Credence assists with operational testing and evaluation (OT&E) on USCG assets to evaluate operational effectiveness and suitability. Credence provides OT&E in domains for air, surface, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, and logistics systems, for assets such as Long Range Surveillance Maritime Patrol Aircrafts (LRS-MPA); Medium and Short Range Recovery Helicopters; and Polar Ice Breaker (PIB) ships. Credence’s primary tasks include documentation review; test planning, research, and analytical support, particularly for the development of Critical Operational Issues (COIs); test operations support to collect test data and provide technical reports; and test analysis for further data collection, processing, reduction, and analysis.
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.
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.
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.
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.