NARTech, Inc.

experience

Microsoft Azure

HUD Section 3 Performance Evaluation and Registry System (SPEARS)

NARTech performs design, development, system maintenance, and restored operations of the SPEARS application that enables FHEO staff to oversee and monitor Section 3 outcomes for more than 5,000 direct recipients of HUD funding, facilitate online electronic submission of the HUD 60002 form by covered HUD grantees. We also implemented the Section 3 Business Registry. NARTech integrated SPEARS with the GSA Login.gov and HUD Secure System Portal for user authentication / authorization and with the Financial Management System (Financial DataMart - FDM) to query financial disbursement data for HUD grants subject to the Section 3 rule to promote economic opportunity for HUD-assisted residents.


HUD Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) User Interface (UI) Tool

NARTech designed and developed HUD AFFH UI tool using Microsoft Azure cloud-based ASP.NET application with responsive UI that integrated GIS-based data to allow HUD Grantees and PHAs to visually analyze demographics and impediments on geospatial maps when planning how to use HUD grants to improve communities. AFFH UI was the first successfully launched application within the HUD Azure Cloud accessible via HUD Secure Systems to both internal and external users.


FHFA Application Development

NARTech provided Application Development Support Services for Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) more than thirty (30) internally developed applications. These applications support FHFA’s mission to regulate and supervise Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and twelve (12) Federal Home Loan Banks. Most of these are web-based applications built on Microsoft’s .Net Framework, utilizing Visual Studio, Microsoft Silverlight, and XML with SQL Server back-end databases.


HUD Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) Web Access Security System (WASS)

NARTech has been 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 80 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.