SSB successfully completed a Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 2 appraisal
Working with an independent lead appraiser, SSB successfully underwent an appraisal for CMMI Level 2. They are targeting a level 3 appraisal by the end of 2011.
SSB initiates support for web site enhancement for Army G3/5/7 DAMO-TRV
SSB has been tasked to redesign the DAMO-TRV educational website as the primary website for training of Army Civilian Personnel. The goal is to create the Army Premiere Educational site for Civilian Personnel.
SSB adds `First Line Supervisor' program to their on-line offerings for Maryland Police
SSB added a 37 hour program for First Line Supervisors to their www.itrainmd.com website. The program is designed to provide public safety staff with the basic knowledge and skills that are necessary to be a successful first-line supervisor.
SSB kicks off SharePoint Implementation effort for the G-3/5/7 US Army Command and Control Support Agency
SSB oversaw the development and implementation of a SharePoint Farm including all the features, tools and architecture, data and executive input to ensure achievement of established requirements. The SSB team defined the business processes and functional requirements for G-3/5/7 Enterprise Portal needs on the NIPR & SIPR Farms and using this data established the architecture and installed the MOSS farms. SSB identified the requirements and implemented the plans for the SQL Server Setup and the Backups & Recovery Design.
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (FL-DJJ) exercises five year option for SSB training support
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (FL-DJJ) exercised their five year option to continue using SSB's training tracking and learning management system for delivery and tracking of all their in-service and certification tracking.
SSB is awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) Contract for support to the Peace Corps.
It was announced today that SSB and their subs Next Tier Concepts, Edgesource and MTS Technologies have been competitively selected to provide information technology services over a 5-year period in accordance with a BPA issued by the Peace Corps. The services to be provided cover a broad range of tasks and will be performed primarily at the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, DC. The tasks will support Peace Corps staff spread around the world.
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