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SOURCE OnPoint Consulting, Inc.
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- OnPoint Consulting, Inc. (OnPoint), is pleased to announce a task order was awarded by the U.S. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief, Army Reserve (OCAR) to the Tantus|OnPoint joint venture.
The task order is to provide automation and analytical support to the Army Reserve mission: "Provide trained and ready units and individuals to mobilize and deploy in support of the National Military strategy." Readiness is achieved through the integration of data from numerous disparate Army and Army Reserve Systems of Record. Integration was achieved by the implementation of the Chief, Army Reserve Decision Support System (CARDSS). CARDSS brings together incongruent data from a number of different Standard Army Systems (STAMIS) and Reserve-unique business applications into one location. Today, CARDSS provides an integrated and flexible means to address the cross-functional challenges related to the mission.
Under the task order, Tantus|OnPoint provides operational maintenance on CARDSS, including software support, data imports, help desk, training, and communications. Tantus|OnPoint is responsible for operational readiness as it relates to maintaining application databases, software support, troubleshooting system issues and resolution support, maintenance upgrades, configuration changes, as well as monitoring technology trends and recommending updates. Tantus|OnPoint also coordinates with data owners to add new data versions or sources.
"We are proud to support the Army Reserve with technical expertise and deliver world-class services to a critical component of the Department of Defense," says Shankar Pillai, CEO and President of OnPoint.
The CARDSS task order was awarded under the Army's Information Technology Services-Small Business (ITS-SB) contract. ITS-SB is a multiple-award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) task-order contract, established to provide the Army with a full range of innovative, world-class IT support services and solutions.
Tantus|OnPoint is a joint venture (JV) of Tantus Technologies, Inc. (Tantus) and OnPoint Consulting, Inc. (OnPoint). The JV is part of the U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Mentor-Protege program. The Tantus|OnPoint JV was formed in 2006 to enhance each firm's individual capabilities and to offer customers a broad range of services. Both Tantus and OnPoint are CMMI Maturity Level 3 assessed, and OnPoint utilizes ISO 9001, ISO 20000 (ITIL/ITSM), and ISO 27001 (Information Security) certified management systems.
About OnPoint: With 2012 revenues of $45 million, OnPoint is a technology consulting firm that helps its federal customers get ahead of IT™ by providing critical thinking, strategic analysis, and thought leadership to improve performance, lower costs, and achieve results. The company's commitment to improvement is expressed in its ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000-1:2011, ISO 27001:2005 certifications and CMMI Maturity Level 3 rating. OnPoint provides solutions in IT Infrastructure, Enterprise Systems, and Cyber Security for agencies throughout the Federal Government.
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