Introduction to OCTI

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Introduction to OCTI

  1. 1. Occoquan Crew Technologies DEEP INSIGHT. FLUID INNOVATION.
  2. 2. OCTI Highlights   Financially stable services company since 2002   Bring meaningful, focused distinction to customers   We want an iterative, two-way, collaborative trust   We want to absolutely delight our customers   Significant investments in Program Managers and Technical staff   We want to work with the toughest customers, and the most challenging problem sets   Our criteria for customers and employees is the same:   Smart   Trustworthy   Creative 2
  3. 3. OCTI History   Mar 2002 OCTI incorporates in Dumfries, VA   Jun 2002 Secured subcontract with Army Knowledge Online   Oct 2002 Approved 8(a) by Small Business Administration   Jul 2003 Facilities Clearance CAGE Code: 3D4A6   Nov 2003 Secured Prime Contract for Pentagon Renovation   Dec 2005 VA approves Service Disabled Veteran status   Mar 2006 Secured Prime Contract for Army FusionNet   Oct 2006 Secured subcontract at Army London   Oct 2007 Secured subcontract at Defense Knowledge Online   Oct 2007 Secured Prime Contract with Walter Reed   Nov 2008 Secured subcontract at Defense Intelligence Agency   Feb 2009 Secured subcontract PM AESIP   Feb 2009 Initiated Strategic Alliance with Symantec 3
  4. 4. OCTI Mission Provide the best, proactive Program Management and Information Technology services to the Government, commercial activities, and our partners. Provide these professional services with fanatical customer service and the highest standards of personal and business ethics. Provide the highest quality management, benefits, and ideal work environment to our employees. 4
  5. 5. 4 Lines of Business Consulting Information Assurance Software Development Disaster Recovery/COOP 5
  6. 6. Corporate Capabilities Army (Fort Belvoir, VA)   Security Operations  Personnel Security •  In/Out Processing •  Managing clearances •  Security Awareness Training •  Visitor/Access Control  Physical Security •  Access Control to Restricted Areas •  Manage Alarm and Video Monitoring System •  Safeguarding •  Classified Materials and Classified Safes •  FPCON (Force Protection Conditions) •  COMSEC (Communications Security) •  OPSEC (Operations Security) 6
  7. 7. Corporate Capabilities Army (Fort Belvoir, VA)   Information Assurance  Compliance •  DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) •  Both NIPRNET & SIPRNET •  Certificate to Operate (Agency approved Networthiness) •  Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA)  Security Engineering •  Firewall management •  Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) management •  Network scanning Tools •  PC & Server anti-virus deployment and strategy •  Patch management •  Log auditing and analysis 7
  8. 8. Corporate Capabilities PENREN (Pentagon Renovation)   Program Management   Disaster Recovery/COOP Operations   Program Integration   Data Migration   Storage Allocation   Virtualization   Reachback Communications   Security 8
  9. 9. Corporate Capabilities Army (Fort Belvoir & Fort Bragg)   Software Development (FusionNet)   Red Hat/Oracle/J2EE   User Interface Design   Unit Management Modules   Integrated with Army Knowledge Online 9
  10. 10. Corporate Capabilities Army Material Command (London, UK)   Management and Technology Consulting   Web Services strategy (AKO, Intranet)   Joint Organizational Relocation   Business Process Re-engineering   Global Mobility Solutions •  Voice/Data within UK, US, and Europe •  CAC enabled Blackberry solutions 10
  11. 11. Corporate Capabilities Walter Reed Army Medical Center   Management and Technology Consulting   Web Services strategy (AKO, Intranet)   Marketing/Rebranding   Section 508 Compliance   Healthcare Hospitality   Staff Awards/Incentive Program 11
  12. 12. Teaming Partners 12
  13. 13. The Ideal OCTI employee…   Smart, Trustworthy and Creative   Of course, we prefer a BA degree…   CISSP, CISM, and Security + are important   PMP important for Program Managers   DoD Secret or clearable to DoD Secret   We LOVE former military 13
  14. 14. OCTI Summary  Financially stable professional services provider  Proven past performance on completed contracts  Tremendous Acquisition Advantages   SBA 8(a) certified Small Disadvantaged, Minority Owned Business   Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concern (SDVOSBC)   DoD Secured Facility (CAGE Code: 3D4A6)  Committed to impeccable service and integrity   Customers   Employees   Partners 14
  15. 15. Services and NAICS Codes   Computer Systems Design Services 541512   Computer Facility Management Services 541513   Security Consulting Services 541690   Data Processing Services 514210   Custom Computer Programming Services 541511   Other Computer Related Services 541519   Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance 811212   Engineering Services 541330   Administrative and General Management Consulting Services 541611   Marketing Consulting Services 541613   Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 541690   Public Relations Agencies 541820   Office Administrative Services 561110   Document Preparation Services 561410   Telephone Answering Services 561421   Private Mail Centers 561431quot; 15
  16. 16. Jesus.Verdejo@octi.com Tel: +1 877 207-4559 Stephen.Bates@octi.com Tel: +1 202 730-9760 DEEP INSIGHT. FLUID INNOVATION. 16

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