Our client, a Federal Agency under the Health and Human Services (HHS) had developed a Knowledge Network which served as a central location for grantees, behavioral health practitioners, and general healthcare providers to easily find specific tools and resources (such as webinars, white papers, training, and videos).
Our systems integration partner was looking for a Senior Back-End Drupal Developer to help maintain, update, and upgrade the functionality of this Knowledge Network. The Squires Group was called in to help find the perfect Drupal developer who could start working from day one to meet the end client’s tight budget and time constraints. Our senior recruiting staff got to work and identified a candidate with in-depth knowledge of Drupal’s “hook” system and key contrib modules. With our consultant’s strong understanding of the federal processes, she was able to finish the project quickly. Our consultant was also promoted to a Deputy Team Lead role because of her strong understanding of the tools, processes, and team goals.
A Federal Civilian agency, under the leadership of a new Director, was adopting SharePoint and Tableau to transform its legacy systems into state of the art technology platforms. Find out how our team of SharePoint Developers, Administrators, and Tableau experts is reshaping how the agency is making strategic decisions.
A Federal Civilian agency had implemented ServiceNow, an enterprise service management system, to manage over 100 unique services performed by a staff of more than 25,000 service providers.
Find out how The Squires Group delivered the right talent to support and help build enhancements to the current objects built in the Service Catalog application.
We delivered a proven team of Oracle experts to help develop Oracle’s highest volume transaction system in the world. This project team is comprised of both senior functional and technical resources with expertise in Oracle Federal Financials—all delivered locally from the Mid-Atlantic region which helped the client reduce travel costs associated with a large consulting team. At its peak, we had over 30 consultants that were participating in all aspects of the functional and technical solution.
The goals of this program are to: enable creation and sharing of scientific and business knowledge; enhance business adaptability by ensuring that Information and Information technology (I&IT) projects are well managed and are able to respond rapidly to business and research needs; ensure a robust, secure infrastructure; and develop an I&IT capable workforce. Our senior resource team identified the right talent that had strong experience in Vulnerability Management and had the expertise to scan and remediate web applications and network systems for vulnerabilities prior to said applications and systems going into the production environment.
The objective of this project was to implement an automated end-to-end grants management solution to support a government agency and its consortium’s members through the implementation of Grant Management business processes and functions. Our team supported multiple aspects of the project, including the following key initiatives during the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) process: Requirements gathering over all three phases of the project; document and code development; Post-production and support for phases I, II and IV after they went live; data conversion and validation; and Oracle Financials and legacy system integration.
One of the Mid-Atlantic’s leading systems integration firms with a large federal practice was looking to expand its presence to support the federal agencies with their cyber initiatives. Since the firm was expanding its presence in the cyber space, they were looking to hire candidates that were classic consultants, served as subject-matter experts and carried revenue goals. Rich Dobyns identified several staff members at the senior associate level that played a key role in developing the new business for the firm.
When a prime contractor was building a new security operations center to support multiple government contracts, they required IA professionals to cover 24/7 operations. The core responsibilities were to conduct network security monitoring and anomaly detection. Matt Kilkeary successfully staffed the team within three weeks. The awarded period of performance was for three years. Based on the team’s performance, it was renewed for an additional two yea
As one of our federal client’s began to expand from their Washington, D.C. headquarters migrating their applications to a data center in the Midwest has become a top priority. The Squires Group supported this project by providing a team of developers and analysts to work closely with business owners in providing technical support during the migration and continuity support for applications that have/are being transferred to the new data center.
This project was the culmination of a federal civilian agency’s effort to institute an enterprise-wide supply chain management system. The project consisted of five main modules: Requisitioning, Procurement, Asset Management, Warehouse Operations, and Transportation. All modules featured extensive integration with the agency’s financial management systems and incorporated embedded status tracking information.
Find out how our team was able to help our client successfully go live with the new system – allowing them to process timely revenue recognition for grants against funder’s project activities for contracts; process research and non-research project data at appropriate activity levels with a better project tree structure; and report financials on a more detailed level for ongoing future system transactions.