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Portfolio, Program, And Project Management
Enterprise Architecture
Data Intergration and Management
It Planning, Studies, and Assessments
Systems Development
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Data Networks Corporation services three vertical markets (Federal Health Care, Federal Law Enforcement, and DoD IT systems) across our five core competencies. Our customers across our core competencies include:

Portfolio, Program, & Project Management

Enterprise and Solutions Architecture

Enterprise Data Integration Management

IT Planning, Studies, and Assessment
System and Software Development


IT Planning, Studies, and Assessment


Administrative Office of U.S. Courts
DNC provided the requirements documentation, analysis of alternatives, and selected management plans for a next-generation electronic Criminal Justice Act (eCJA) vouchering system. The system will provide panel attorneys and expert service providers with a capability to collect and record time associated with their work on eCJA representations and submit compensatory claims to the federal courts.

Centers for Disease Control AND PREVENTION (CDC)
DNC provided support to the Centers for Disease Control, National Immunization Program, Vaccine Ordering and Distribution System (VODS). This project encompassed the full range of activities in IT investment management including developing an overall system integration strategy; supporting CDC's strategic plans and annual performance plans; and selecting the acquisition strategy that would mitigate risk to the Federal government.

Department of Veterans Affairs
Bar Code Enhancement (BCE) - DNC conducted a program assessment study which included a budget analysis of IT and medical administration lifecycle costs for the Bar Code Enhancement project. The purpose of the study was to facilitate VHA's selection of bar code technology so that the solution reflects all BCE Program dependencies and technological requirements. Additionally, DNC conducted a study of the BCE benefits and costs, and assessed alternative solutions to help determine the best overall approach to support the BCE Program's strategic goals.

Replacement Scheduling Application Life Cycle Cost Estimate - DNC provided expert level independent cost estimating and analysis services to the Replacement Scheduling Application (RSA) Program. The effort includes a detailed Analysis of Alternatives and a Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE) and Return on Investment (ROI) for each alternative.

The Expert Education System (TEES) - DNC assessed and validated the functional requirements for TEES and provided program management support consulting services. Under the TEES initiative, the Department of Veterans Affairs will improve education claims processing by replacing stove-pipe systems, minimizing human intervention, and adding rules-based automated processing.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
IT Services Directorate Assessment - DNC provided support to FEMA to document the IT Services Directorate's operating practices and to identify opportunities, both short- and long-term, that existed in order to improve operational performance. DNC also conducted an inventory of IT assets to include Help Desks, communications systems, networks, and computer assets. Included was a review of the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP).

Data Management Assessment: DNC assessed FEMA's enterprise data architectures, and data management policies, procedures, and practices in order to identify areas for improvement, and to provide a prioritized set of recommendations for implementing such improvements. DNC also conducted business process modeling and re-engineering for the emergency housing logistics, human resources, and budget formulation lines of business.

Indian Health Service (IHS)
Practice Management Software - DNC conducted an analysis of the current state of IHS' Resource and Patient Management System (RPMS) Practice Management Software (PMS) using industry benchmarks, conducting market research on potential PMS solutions, and developing a Strategic Business Plan that included recommendations to identify, develop, deploy, and communicate practice management software applications and other technology solutions for the Indian health system user community. The PMS analysis paid particular attention to third party revenue generation and enhancement.

Dental Software Package - DNC analyzed the business operations of the Indian Health Service clinics and identified requirements for a dental software package. DNC conducted a two stage market survey of available Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and Government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) dental software packages and selected the top packages which met the requirements of IHS. DNC then conducted a scripted demonstration and selected the top three packages for pilot scale evaluation in IHS Area Offices.

MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE (MHS)

DNC conducted a series of iterative infrastructure architecture technical alternative assessments (TAA), in conjunction with an in-progress functional community Electronic Health Record (EHR) Analysis of Alternatives (EHR-AoA). The project, led by the Tri-Service Infrastructure Management Program Office (TIMPO), resulted in a series of inter-related technical alternative assessments that addressed critical infrastructure questions and challenges. The assessments will assist in driving infrastructure transformation planning, strategy development and services to support critical EHR, as well as MHS infrastructure requirements. Collectively, the results of these assessments will establish a strategic roadmap to transform the MHS infrastructure, through future development, to support the EHR application strategy.

TRICARE Management Activity (TMA)
DNC conducted an extensive requirements engineering study of the current TI-FMS system and code that resulted in a thorough documentation of the physical and logical environments within which the current applications execute. Once the existing environment was understood and documented, and the functional and technical requirements were defined, we conducted an analysis of alternatives. The analysis assessed the advantages and disadvantages of potential objective architectures and various migration strategies, and identified the most feasible and advantageous TI-FMS objective architecture and migration strategy.

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Enterprise AND SOLUTIONS Architecture


Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
DNC is supporting CMS' Enterprise Architecture (EA) efforts by defining activities needed to be performed to mature its EA Program and support CMS modernization efforts. DNC is identifying the EA Program requirements that will support CMS' governance processes; delineating actions that will need to be taken to develop, use, and maintain the EA including management control and oversight; addressing how the EA will be incorporated in the capital planning and investment process; establishing clear compliance criteria, processes and procedures to be used to document and specify how EA compliance will be determined and assured; providing subject matter expertise and support for new and evolving Federal EA guidelines and recommendations, including Federal Segment Architecture; and, making recommendations for EA Program direction including organizational location, level of staffing and training necessary to develop program growth and institutional knowledge in the CMS community.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
DNC provided management, technical, and analytical support to the VA's Office of Information and Technology (OI&T) IT Enterprise Strategy, Policy, Plans, and Programs (SPPP) in the areas of Enterprise Architecture (EA), Data Architecture (DA), Architecture Quality Service (AQS), Business Relationship Management (BRM), and Research and Innovation (R&I). SPPP is responsible for the VA's EA Program to include developing and maintaining EA guidance, policy, and procedures for all VA organizations; integrating the EAs of the VA organizations; ensuring compliance with VA and OMB directives; developing and maintaining the VA EA repository and artifacts; leading segment architectures; and selecting standard processes and tools.

MILITARY HEALTH SERVICE (MHS)

DNC, as a subcontractor to Deloitte Consulting LLP, provides support to the Military Health System (MHS) Office of the Chief Information Officer in the areas of Enterprise Architecture. This multi-year project includes planning and documenting the Future State Enterprise Architecture for the MHS, developing the MHS Enterprise Architecture policies and guidance, providing data management and coordination support, supporting Enterprise Architecture Boards and Working Groups, providing Segment Architecture support, developing Architecture Artifacts and Models, and providing Architecture Repository and Tool Analysis support.

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
DNC led DEA's EA Program to include establishment of the essential methodologies, processes, and tools necessary to facilitate the management of IT business. The EA Program created an essential means for transitioning existing systems and developing new systems that will help optimize the DEA mission as accomplished through DEA business functions, information flows, and system environments.

United States Army
DNC documented the operational, systems and technical architecture views of the Army Logistics Enterprise "As Is" and developed and documented the operational, systems, and technical views for the "To Be" Army Logistics Enterprise. DNC also defined Use Case scenarios for evaluating the utility of the products in the Architecture Views as well as established the integration points.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Finance Center
DNC provided enterprise architecture (EA) and OMB Exhibit 300 expertise in support of the information systems encompassed in the legacy Payroll/Personnel System (PPS) and the EmpowHR Information Technology (IT) investments for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Finance Center (NFC). The NFC has been selected as a Shared Services Center under the Human Resources Line of Business (HRLOB) Initiative which is a President's Management Agenda project.

United States Navy
DNC provided technical support to the Office of the CIO, Navy Supply Service Command (NAVSUP). DNC provided NAVSUP the initial capability to align existing and proposed IT initiatives with the NAVSUP Enterprise Architecture. DNC then proceeded to assess the progress and performance of IT investments in enabling the mission and provided information and recommendations to the NAVSUP CIO for IT investment management decisions.

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Portfolio, Program, & Project Management


Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
DNC provided Project Management and Earned Value Management support services. This included the creation of an EVM methodology, standard templates, guidelines, and mentoring.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
DNC provides support to the VA's Office of IT Enterprise Strategy, Policy, Plans & Programs (ESPP&P) in IT Portfolio Programming and Program Management. We support all operational and technical requirements associated with the systematic analysis, planning, budgeting, and execution of IT investments including analysis of risks and mitigation strategies, portfolio management processes, integration with relevant IT governance boards, business strategies, and the assessment of applications. We also support all operational and technical requirements associated with establishing and maintaining strategic planning, program management, oversight and assessment, and standards and best practices for the 4 PMO divisions.

Drug Enforcement Administration
DNC provides Program Management services to the Quality Management Unit (SIQ) and is responsible for establishing and enforcing standards, processes, and procedures across DEA in the planning, development, deployment, maintenance, and operation of IT systems. DNC provides support in business process improvement; directing the organization's progression through levels 2, 3 and 4 of the Software Engineering Institute's Capability Maturity Model - Integration (CMM-I); and instituting the practice of earned value management (EVM) and an earned value management system (EVMS).

Indian Health Service (IHS)
DNC provides program management support services to the senior leadership of the IHS Office of Information Technology (OIT). The DNC contract involves providing assistance to IHS senior leadership in development of strategic plans; reviewing and providing guidance on policy development; standardizing, implementing, and enforcing IHS project management policies, procedures and tools across the enterprise; developing and managing a capital planning strategy; investment management; assisting with financial management activities; and providing market research.

Small Business Administration (SBA)
DNC managed the acquisition and development phases of a major information technology initiative, the Disaster Credit Management Modernization initiative, for the SBA Office of Disaster Assistance. DNC developed and maintained the project's OMB Exhibit 300 Business Case, developed the requirements specification, authored the RFP for the selection of a systems integrator to implement the system, advised the SBA on both product and vendor source selection, and served as project manager for the Government during the first year of the implementation.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
DNC supports the Transportation Security Network Management (TSNM), Air Cargo Division providing IT consulting and IV&V support to ensure that all Air Cargo Systems are developed and maintained in accordance with the documented capabilities, requirements, and specifications, satisfying the intended use and user needs.

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ENTERPRISE Data Integration and Management


Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
DNC developed an Economic Analysis (EA) to explore the feasibility of developing and operating a corporate data warehouse. The overall effort included identifying the expected engineering and operating costs of the data warehouse and quantifying the expected benefits to be derived.

Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS)
DNC provides full life cycle support for the analysis, design, and implementation of a Product Data Metadata Repository System (PDMRS) to support the product data information needs of the DoD Logistics Community. DNC provides support to sustain and manage the Integrated Metadata Repository System (IMRS) and the XML Resource Library (XRL).

Department of the Navy
Under a contract with NAVSUP, DNC designed and developed a shared data environment for the Navy to provide access to logistics data for the One Touch application. The data environment development effort included the development of a logical data model defining the shared data environment and to provide the basis for implementing a physical schema used to configure a middleware product providing access to legacy data sources.

Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS)
Data Networks Corporation provided data architecture support to the Joint Staff to include development of overall data architecture, an automated data dictionary for Joint Staff data elements, an XML architecture, a data warehouse architecture, and a technical report on metadata structure and taxonomy.

Department of Veterans Affairs
DNC provides technical and management support of the Veterans Benefits Administration's (VBA) Corporate Database. The VBA Corporate Database is a central repository for veteran demographic, military service, benefit determination, and payment data. It is considered a national asset and strategic to the mission of the VBA. The VBA Corporate Database is used by most VBA applications across all the lines of business such as Compensation & Pension (C&P), Loan Guaranty, Insurance, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E), and Education and Training.

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SystemS AND SOFTWARE Development


Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
DNC was the software design, development, and implementation contractor for DISA's Information Superiority Situational Awareness (ISSA) Project. The application provides Network Operations (NetOps) situational awareness to a sufficient level of detail for both the cause of the IT event and its effect on the IT infrastructure and the war fighting missions and functions.

Department OF THE NAVY
DNC provided support to the Department of the Navy on the Access to Disparate Data Sources & Search Engine Development project. DNC determined and documented the activities in the business process, identified the data and process requirements for the activity, specified the required application processing, and identified and integrated the data from authoritative sources. This project was adopted as the primary building block for the Navy’s business process reengineering efforts relating to Supply Chain Management.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
DNC supports the VHA's Office of Research Oversight (ORO) Decision Support System (DSS). The ORO DSS standardizes and streamlines the process of conducting investigations into potential research impropriety and misconduct. As the Prime contractor, DNC has developed and maintains the application and database. The application walks the user through an established series of steps based on applicable business rules and procedures for each investigative case submitted for review. In addition, the system incorporates all the functionality of an Address Book /Directory Information formerly in use by ORO staff. The DSS is an integrated solution implemented using J2EE within the VA Intranet.

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