Adsystech has been a Federal Government contractor since its inception in 1986. Our primary client list includes the Federal Aviation Administration, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US Army Harry Diamond Laboratories, Transportation Computer Center and numerous other agencies within the federal departments of Transportation, State, Health and Human Services and Defense.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Adsystech has supported the FAA since 1987. We currently support the FAA in Washington, DC and five other locations throughout the continental United States. Adsystech has had 28 aviation-related engagements since 1987 and has provided excellent technical support on all of them. In recognition of this outstanding technical work over the past decade, the Air Traffic Control Association selected Adsystech, Inc. as the Small Business of the Year award winner.
Adsystech provides technical support services to the FAA in the areas of:
Adsystech supported the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) in implementing a real-time capability to automatically and electronically interact with and manage, end-to-end, disparate data, systems, and network elements within the Defense environment that are too numerous, heterogeneous, and geographically dispersed to manage and coordinate.
Adsystech provided Robins Air Force Base (AFB) the Communications Services (CS) Portal system to improve the quality and efficiency of its Communications Support Operations.
Centralized data and process management of their customer orders
Trouble-ticket resolution tracking
Telecommunications equipment assets management
Electronic Directory management
Executive Financial Reporting and Decision Support used by the executive administrative staff.
Adsystech assisted the headquarters of the Department of Army/Information Management Support Center (HQDA/IMCEN) in providing:
Adsystech has provided IT-related program management support to multiple bureaus and offices since 1991. We first provided the United States State Department with a wide variety of technical services in support of the Information Resource Management (IRM) Modernization Program. In an effort to bring all Department technology up-to-date, Adsystech has worked with the Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM) to plan a systems modernization center, as well as an automated data architecture and repository.
Central On-Line Retrieval Environment (CORE) System
Foreign Affairs Information System (FAIS)
Software Quality Assurance Plan (SQAP)
Software Engineering Standards and Procedures Manual (SESAP)
Supported the Office of Information Resource Management’s Modernization Program
Open Systems Network (OPEN NET)
Supported the Department’s ADP Equipment Maintenance Help Desk program
Prepared the Department’s Year 2000 Plan to Congress
Supporting through its subcontract with Northrop Grumman Information Technology (NGIT) in its Enterprise Network Management (ENM) task