Programs

iGov's certified and accredited professionals adhere to industry project management standards. Performing in accordance with PMP, PMBOK, ITIL, and other industry standards ensures cost-effective delivery of complex IT solutions.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) FirstSource II Overview

iGov creates customized solutions for our DHS customers through FirstSource II, improving functionality and communications for different DHS components. We developed a deployable metropolitan area wireless network that carries audio and video traffic for use during national events. We provided the project management, design, engineering, integration, installation, and training for this project.
 

Benefits

  • Streamlined Acquisition
  • Improved Situational Awareness
  • Customized Solutions

Capabilities

iGov’s professionals do more than just respond to RFQs. We listen to our DHS customers’ requirements and respond with clear and concise offers. Under FirstSource II, we provide services that many of our competitors do not or can not provide. Our flexibility allows us to perform services at our integration center in Tampa or at the customer site.

Combat Operations Center (COC) Overview

The COC is used throughout the Marine Air-Ground Task Force to support USMC commanders at every echelon with a common, integrated, modular, scalable, and mission tailorable C2 system. The COC’s integrated hardware and software solution interfaces to other USMC assets, enabling USMC, Joint, and Coalition commanders to have accurate situational awareness for timely C2 decisions.
  COC Brochure

Benefits

  • Modernization
  • Size, Weight, & Power Reduction
  • EOL Component Replacement

Capabilities

iGov's three fielded COC system variants, illustrated below, consist of computer hardware, software, & peripherals, networking & communications capabilities, and physical facilities & infrastructure such as shelter liners and cable protectors.

Division/Air Wing

Regiment/Air Group

Battalion/Air Squadron

Tactical Local Area Network (TACLAN) II Overview

The TACLAN Family of Systems (FoS) is a collection of mobile, modular network infrastructure packages that support the information exchange among commanders, operators, and support personnel through Special Operations Forces (SOF) core activities and mission sets. iGov's FoS supports a range of users from the small team level through the Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF) / Special Operations Joint Task Force (SOJTF) Headquarters level. Each package provides functions such as C2, intelligence analysis & reporting, office automation, decision making, mission analysis, planning, rehearsal, and execution support.

TACLAN II Brochure
 

Benefits

  • Quick Deployment
  • Scalable and Modular
  • Common Network Infrastructure
  • Secure Communications
  • Ruggedized
  • Adaptable

Capabilities

iGov's TACLAN enables SOF to overcome capability gaps by providing the technology, flexibility, and agility to improve knowledge management and information sharing. TACLAN is both scalable and modular, providing the network resources to support the tip-of-the-spear individual soldier through the headquarters level.

Individual SOF Operator

Heavy Tactical Network

Light Tactical Network

Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Command, Control, Computers, & Communications (C4) Overview

iGov is a Prime contract holder on JSOC C4. This $48 million, multi-award contract supports the C4 support services requirement for JSOC at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Our best value/low risk solutions can operate in austere environments to independently support the customer's no-fail mission needs.

Benefits

  • Perform Requirements Studies
  • Ensure Interoperability
  • Ensure Equipment Standardization
  • Conduct Special Operations Exercises
  • Conduct Training
  • Develop Joint Special Operations Tactics

Capabilities

iGov has a program manager in nearby Fayetteville, North Carolina, to manage program cost, schedule & performance and respond to JSOC leaders . In April 2015, we successfully completed a NetApp and Cisco “rack and stack” for JSOC J-6. We provided personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items necessary to rack and stack the network hardware, performing all tasks on time and receiving a “First-Time Go.”

  • System Analysis & Integration
  • Test & Evaluation Support
  • Operational System Support

US Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) Overview

iGov gives the DoD and Federal civilian agencies immediate access to the solutions necessary for existing and future ISR requirements. The SPAWAR ISR MAC allows agencies access to volume discounts on an array of advanced solutions. The result is lower costs and streamlined procurement for the agencies and improved situational awareness and decision making for the customer.

Benefits

  • Streamline Procurement
  • Lower Costs
  • Improved Situational Awareness
  • Enhance Decision Making
  • Security Levels Maintained
  • Upgrade Legacy Systems

Capabilities

iGov delivers speed to capability by helping agencies evaluate, procure, implement, and support a wide variety of turnkey solutions that improve integrated Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) capabilities.

  • Product Evaluation & Procurement
  • Implementation
  • Support

Marine Corps Enterprise Network Enterprise Service Stacks (MCEN-ESS) Overview

MCEN-ESS serves as the core infrastructure for hosting user-facing enterprise services such as messaging, file sharing, identity & access management, directory, and domain services. The ESS provides the redundant, centralized hosting of the root forest domain, domain naming services, enterprise support tools, and their database services.

Benefits

  • Increased Storage Capacity
  • Increased Computing Capabilities
  • Advanced Network Switching
  • Improved Load Balancing

Capabilities

iGov standardized the architecture for each scalable installation and six sizes of stacks. We enabled the migration of existing data from the legacy hardware to these new platforms and upgraded the software to support the MCEN security architecture.