Compartmented Enterprise Services Office (CESO)
CACG served as a Prime contractor on a Development and Deployment of Compartmented Enterprise Services Office (CESO) Cloud Infrastructure (C2I) and Compartmented Enterprise Desktop (CED) contract
- CACG was a prime vendor performing Architecture and Engineering support services requiring full design, development, and testing of specified technology requirements from the CESO PMO for the CED and C2I. We transitioned our tested solutions to IV&V (Independent Validation & Verification) teams that were then able to work with deployment teams to promote the solutions securely into production. Our staff worked hand-in hand with the deployment teams, providing expert engineering support, until the production transition was completed.
National Background Investigative Services (NBIS)
CACG served as a Prime contractor on an Independent Technical Management Supportive (ITMS) Services contract
- The National Background Investigation Services (NBIS) is the federal government’s one-stop-shop IT system for end-to-end personnel vetting — from initiation and application to background investigation, adjudication, and continuous vetting. NBIS is one consolidated system designed to deliver robust data protection, enhance customer experience, and better integrate data across the enterprise.
- NDAA 18 mandated moving national background investigations from OPM to DCSA, requiring DISA to develop a “common component” with NDAA enhancements. CACG provided Independent Technical Management Support Services to meet NDAA objectives.
Cyber Situational Analytics / NetOps Division
CACG served as a sub-contractor on a Global Information Grid Service Management (GSM) Defense Information System Network (DISN) Operational Support Systems (OSS) Telecom Engineering Integration and Architecture (TEIA) support contract
- CACG led the technical evaluation, re-design, and implementation of numerous systems within the DISN OSS to identify ways to reduce DISA’s operational, developmental and sustainment costs by streamlining technologies and functionality.
- CACG personnel with significant request fulfillment, application development and service-oriented architecture (SOA) expertise led DISA sponsored innovation projects to enhance request fulfillment through the use of Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) and Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) supporting technologies, and to modernize the DISA Direct Order Entry (DDOE) system with the introduction of the GSM-O provided DISA Storefront (DSF).
- CACG performed extensive work to expand DISA’s information sharing capabilities by standardizing DISA’s ability to consume or offer critical mission support data to Mission Partners, Combatant Commands and commercial industry partners
- CACG personnel supported hundreds of applications and systems architectural projects of varying size and complexity for the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Operational Support Systems (OSS) division and were key in the support of the software and systems analysis, design, development, testing, certification and accreditation aspects of their capabilities
Multi-National Information Sharing (MNIS) Division
CACG served as a subcontract to MNIS through the Global Information Grid Service Management (GSM) Defense Information System Network (DISN) Operational Support Systems (OSS) Telecom Engineering Integration and Architecture (TEIA) support contract
- CACG was tasked to assess the operational support system and network management and monitoring capabilities that are used to support the various services within the MNIS portfolio. We worked with the government to capture technical details to support a clear definition of the current state of network monitoring and management and worked with MNIS and DISA management to define and justify roadmaps and architecture blueprints that are aligned with collapsing and consolidating the various monitoring and management platforms while providing continued support for existing service operational processes, driving down sustainment costs and or enabling automation, scalability, efficiency, flexibility and robustness in capabilities delivered over the network. Our efforts aligned with DISA’s strategy for Cloud computing adoption, Joint Information Environment (JIE) convergence and was synergistic with reducing the cost of maintaining the network(s) while improving the scope and scale of capabilities that were offered over the network.
DoD Mobility Division
CACG served as Prime vendor on a Mobile Digital Signature (MDS) contract
- The Department of Defense (DoD), Portfolio Management Office (PMO), DoD Mobility Unclassified Capabilities (DMUC) sought a solution for a Mobile Digital Signature (MDS) application (“app”) capability that leverages a Purebred certificate to digitally sign PDF documents on their mobile device. Purebred is a DISA developed initiative that serves as a key management server and set of apps for DMUC mobile devices. It aims to facilitate separating key management from device management so that key management maintains its affinity with the PKI and is consistent across the DoD enterprise and simultaneously allowing device management to vary with each operational scenario.
- CACG was contracted to provide the DoD Mobility PMO with a mobile application, compliant with iOS and Android devices, capable of digitally signing documents on mobile devices. Furthermore, the app had to utilize the local derived credentials installed on the device through Purebred. The end solution was to closely resemble the digital signing capabilities currently in use by DoD in the desktop environments.