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  • October 2002 – December 2004
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: A17849814
    Contract Type: Time and Material
    Period of Performance: 10/2002 - 12/2004
    Value: $1,805,422.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support
    December 2004 – January 2009
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: HSCG23-05-F-TN4022
    Contract Type: Time and Material
    Period of Performance: 12/2004 – 01/2009
    Value: $4,178,775.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support – Coast Guard Messaging System
    May 2005 – January 2009
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: HSCG23-06-F-TN4048
    Contract Type: Firmed Fixed Price
    Period of Performance: 05/2006 – 01/2009
    Value: $1,977,968.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support – Defense Messaging Systems and AHMS
    January 22, 2009 – May 07, 2012
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: HSCG23-09-F-TN4043
    Contract Type: Firmed Fixed Price
    Period of Performance: 01/22/2009 – 05/07/2012
    Value: $8,238,754.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support – Organizational Messaging Support
    May 08, 2012 – August 18, 2014
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: HSCG79-12-F-PT2051
    Contract Type: Time and Material
    Period of Performance: 05/08/2012 – 08/18/2014
    Value: $4,032,648.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support – Organizational Messaging Support II
    June 04, 2009 – June 2012
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Contract Number: GS-35F-0715M
    Task Order: HSCGG8-09-F-HCA545
    Contract Type: Firmed Fixed Price
    Period of Performance: 06/04/2009 - June 2012
    Value: $12,675.00
    Description of Work: Web Design and Support
    August 19, 2014 – August 19, 2015
    Type of Customer: Federal
    Sole Source opportunities with Travis and Associates as the Prime Contract.
    Contract Number: GS-35F-413AA
    Task Order: HSCG79-14-F-PT2063
    Contract Type: Firmed Fixed Price
    Period of Performance: 08/19/2014 – 08/19/2015
    Value: $5,903,820.00
    Description of Work: Telecommunication Support – Organizational Messaging Support III
    October 1997 – September 1998
    Provided computer programming support for a project to update ATM’s using IBM’s CICS and VSAM.
    October 1997 – September 1998
    Provided Y2K programing support. Programming staff made date correction modification to allow businesses to continue operation after the year 2000. We preformed coding changes, testing and implementation.
    June 2000 – March 2001
    We worked for the office of the Vice President of Development and Alumni Relationships. Our staff was used to make Y2K program changes to the Alumni Development and Research System (ADARD). This was their first system to record gifts and grant tracking. This system was later migrated to a PC based system called Millennium. We acted as systems administrators for the product. We also provided an assessment of all of the divisions desktop computers and inventoried all items. Made recommendations to virus protection.
    May 1994 – December 1994
    Was responsible for the design, development and maintaining of a police record and information system for the city of Atlanta, Georgia. System development is done using OS/2 workstations using Visual Gen, CSP/2AD, DB2/2, Microfocus Cobol and CICS/2. Providing technical consulting, software development, training, and CSP 3.3 to CSP 4.1 conversion. Developed coding and migration standards, CSP/370 AD generation and MVS/CICS installation. Providing technical design for a new crime scene and personnel sub-systems to the VT-PRISM ™ Law Enforcement System.
    August 1997 to September 1998
    Worked as a sub-contractor to PSI International to provide computer programing support to the Veterans Administration. We provided Visual Aid programing and help them develop more PC based applications.
    July 1986 - November 1986
    Supported the accounts receivable, customer loyalty systems and billing systems, by providing for database design, computer programming under a legacy mainframe system with a MVS operating system. Created data models and normalized data using the Ganes and Sarson design methodologies.
    December 1987 - March 1988
    Designed and wrote over 30 programs using CICS and IMS/DB (DL/1). Responsible for the team leadership of the Metered pricing sub-system. Created on-line database functions with program-to-program switching to supply the core data used in billing and invoicing. Assisted staff personnel and other consultants in design methodologies, quality assurance and project administration.
    August 1988 - June 1989
    Provided the analysis, design and implementation of a long distance pricing and taxing system. Responsible for user requirements, system definition, and producing an information reporting system using Cobol and IMS. Designed and created production job streams and run book documentatio
    January 1990 - February 1991
    Was responsible for designing, programming and implementing customer service applications using Cobol II, CICS, DB2/SQL, QMF and PROEDIT. Performed maintenance, design and implementation of an employee assignment system. Served as analyst in the design and implementation of a flexible client revenue assignment system. Obtained user requirements and provided change control for PREFERENCE and PHOENIX user training facilities.
    July 1993 - April 1994
    Was responsible for designing, developing and implementing a customer loyalty system using Cobol II, CICS and DB2. Applications included international addressing, on-line customer service, mainframe reporting to E-mail and customer retention.
    January 2002 – April 2002
    Provides System Analysis support when MCI was merging with WorldCom.
    January 1987 - September 1987
    Developed computer specifications and procedures for the transfer of a local personnel/payroll system to a government based service bureau. Duties included data conversion, programming, establishing procedure and methodologies for the project’s life cycle. Created specifications from user requirements. Wrote programs to convert local payroll/personnel data be loaded on an IDMS database. Created and maintained PC based systems in Dbase III Plus and Lotus 1-2-3. Prepared analysis and created programs to merge PC and mainframe data.
    September 1987 - December 1987
    Developed and maintained of a real-time communications management system. Created program specifications using structured development methodologies and information engineering. Programs supported call accounting for Cincinnati Bell of Ohio. Programmed systems for work order processing, equipment inventory and call record inquiries using CICS 1.7, VSAM and Cobol. Designed and implemented a PC based file maintenance system to enhance customer call data information that resided on the mainframe.
    April 1988 to August 1988
    Was responsible for the application migration of an IMS DB/DC payment management system for the Department of Education. Boeing Computer Services won a contract to support the Department of Education mainframe systems. Our role was to migrate all of the MVS Batch jobs to Boeing’s data center. We provided data base definitions, job stream modification, baseline testing, data capability testing and IMS DB/DC application generation. We moved all IMS version 1.3 to Boeing’s version 2.2. Was responsible for the security definition, module movement procedures, unit testing and software development.
    June 1989 - December 1989
    Was responsible for programming and implementing an on-line satellite constraining information system using CSP, DB2, CICS and Cobol II. Duties include coding over 20 programs, creating a CSP-to-Batch interface, training staff members and creating a CSP/CICS run-time system. Provided program maintenance and change control procedures while serving as development manager.
    March 1991 - June 1993
    We introduced AT&T to IBM’s Cross System Product (CSP) as a rapid development tool to replace Supra and Mantis information system. We taught CSP to the AT&T staff and converted or created five new online systems using CSP. We provided DB2 support, taught coding techniques to reduce CPU execution time for batch processing. We provided leadership for CSP/DB2 development projects. Performed CSP administration functions that included establishing procedures for auditing, backup/recovery, MSL management, change control, CSP migration and generation. Established naming conventions, programming practices, common module design, on-line help functions and CSP/CICS interfaces. Trained 15 programmers and managed the development of over 200 CSP/DB2 programs.
    July 1996 – September 1997
    Provided Quality Assurance and Software testing.
    March 1998 – October 1999
    We were contracted to maintain and operate a datacenter test environment. We were responsible for duplicating and maintaining a computer environment used for integrated testing. We supported both IBM MVS and Unix applications. Our consultants were responsible for all security access and application migration to the production system once the testing was accepted by the client.
    1991 - 1993
    March 1998 – October 1999
    We were contracted to maintain and operate a datacenter test environment. We were responsible for duplicating and maintaining a computer environment used for integrated testing. We supported both IBM MVS and Unix applications. Our consultants were responsible for all security access and application migration to the production system once the testing was accepted by the client.
    1991 - 1993
    March 1998 – October 1999
    We were contracted to maintain and operate a datacenter test environment. We were responsible for duplicating and maintaining a computer environment used for integrated testing. We supported both IBM MVS and Unix applications. Our consultants were responsible for all security access and application migration to the production system once the testing was accepted by the client.