Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
NARTech staff established initial HUD Web and Client/Server architectures and worked on the following projects:
HUD Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) Web Access Security System (WASS) – providing the full system life cycle support. WASS serves as a single sign-on portal and provides a common framework for administering application-level security (authentication and authorization) for over 35 HUD program area business application systems and over 140,000 external and 4,000 internal HUD end-users. Technologies used: Java, J2EE, SQL Server, SharePoint, SiteMinder, ColdFusion, CASS/Peregrine, Serena, Tracker, Quality Center, QTP, and Unix.
HUD Office of General Counsel and Departmental Enforcement Center (OGC/DEC) – Supporting system development and maintenance of ECIS, DECMS, ECPCIS, and E-Discovery systems using HUD SDM and technical platforms including Microsoft SharePoint, MS ASP, .NET, SQL Server, Crystal Reports, Lotus Notes/Domino, and Sun Java/J2EE. Have developed over 85 Web- based work products over last 3 years using MS SharePoint which includes interfaces to the iREMS, HEREMS and DAP database systems.
HUD SOA (1st generation) Implementation – Evaluated and led implementation of HUD Middleware and Client/Server architecture components including MDI & Sybase Gateways, UniAccess, Cool:Gen i.e. established 1st generation SOA for FHA Connect.
HUD Administrative and Financial Systems Support – Provided full systems life-cycle support for www.hud.gov and hud@work websites, LOCCS, ACORN, PASS, CHUMS, E-Discovery, and others.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
All FDIC assignments have been cross-organizational and technically multi-faceted covering the full spectrum of client and technology base:
Internet Support Services – Provided support to the FDIC Internet and E-Business Strategy and Development Programs. This included development and maintenance of FDIC Internet, Intranet and over 30 Web-based applications including www.fdic.gov. Developed FDIC e-business strategy and e-business system, the FDICconnect, for 10,000 external FDIC users at financial institutions nationwide with 18 business transactions.
FDIC ViSION Support – Provided support to the FDIC Virtual Supervisory Information on the Net (ViSION) system. Multi-tiered architecture using SOA model and Microsoft development platform. Utilizes MAAP User Manager component and exposes services for error handling, search and reporting to support many bank supervision and case management functions.
Software Release Management Dashboard – Developed and maintained MS SharePoint-based Project Management Dashboard for the FDIC Software Release Management Testing Center (RMTC) performing all phases of independent application compatibility testing and quality assurance required before software is released in the standard production environment that included Lotus Notes, Java/Oracle, MS ASP and SQL Server.
Configuration and Quality Management System (CQMS) – NARTech assisted with requirement-based independent validation & verification (IV&V) testing, software configuration management, and software quality assurance for over 40 FDIC mission-critical application systems developed using Microsoft ASP, SQL Server, SharePoint, Lotus Notes, Java, Oracle, Rational, and Mercury tool sets.
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Founding Contractor of NIH NCI CBIIT Software Quality Assurance Program and worked on following projects:
System Applications and Quality Assurance Support Services – Providing support for development and maintenance of caArray and caIntegrator applications suite which includes quality assurance and requirements-based testing using technology and tools such as Java, Eclipse, Selenium, Neter, Oracle, mySQL. and GForge with CVS. NARTech utilizes CMMI compliant quality assurance plan and practices on this project.
Data Quality and Management Support – Responsible for design and implementation of Java-based MAGE-OM API query tool for data validation to ensure compliance with 21CFR11, HIPPA and other applicable federal regulations. Investigating how Affymetrix parsing utilities are employed by NIH NCI applications through utilization of the Affymetrix API Runtime Libraries (FDACFiles.jar) as part of standard Java applications build process.
eXperiment ARchive (XAR) application project – Working with application systems development team in requirements gathering, design, development, testing, quality assurance, configuration management, deployment of Java-based XAR system for users across the 40 cancer research centers as part of NIH caBIG initiative.