iGov has a successful history as a trusted Federal contractor. Our longevity results from our highly-skilled resource base and the customer-centric approach we practice throughout the service life cycle.
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 Command and Control (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.
iGov's three fielded COC system variants, illustrated below, consist of computer hardware, software, and peripherals, networking and communications capabilities, and physical facilities and infrastructure such as shelter liners and cable protectors.
MCEN-ESS serves as the core infrastructure for hosting user-facing enterprise services such as messaging, file sharing, identity and 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.
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.
TACLAN is the tactical equivalent of the SOF C4I Automation System (C4IAS) and a critical part of the SOF Information Enterprise (SIE). It provides automation infrastructure and common user applications to interconnect deployed SOF headquarters, main operating locations, tactical teams, and liaison elements. Functioning as an interface between the SOF warfighter and the Global Information Grid, TACLAN provides seamless, interoperable networks for the smallest team through a Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF) headquarters, facilitating responsive knowledge-based decisions.
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Over the past 10+ years, iGov facilitated USSOCOM’s ability to optimize the delivery, performance, and maintenance of the entire TACLAN Family of Systems in all operational environments.
Full Suite/C2 Suite
Mission Planning Kit
iGov's TCWS 2.0 Virtual Hosting Platform (TCWS 2.0 VHP) is a man-portable tactical collaborative system that provided portal, synchronous, and asynchronous collaboration capabilities to support the warfighter in any environment. It consisted of virtualized hosting and software platforms and segmented physical hardware and virtualized software platforms. Our solution produced a significantly smaller, more operator-friendly expeditionary platform than pre-existing systems.
The capabilities provided by TCWS allow the warfighter to deploy, manage, and maintain tactical and collaborative services.
iGov received, transported, and refitted two government-furnished video surveillance platforms. Working closely with the contracting officer’s technical representative, we provided design drawings, as built drawings, and audio and video wiring schematics. We also upgraded all of the surveillance systems, delivering them on time and below budget.
iGov provided the design and end-to-end system integration of configurable suites that receive audio and video data from input devices. We ensured that the platform was designed ergonomically, keeping the comfort of the users in mind.
iGov designed, developed, and deployed a cutting edge IP mesh node system of 30 Cobham robust IP mesh networking wireless radios and antennas. When connected and combined with a wireless mesh system, the radios and antennas provided connectivity for eight additional radios, wireless cameras, and infrared systems, all on a single frequency.
The iGov solution allowed for operation of multiple interconnected, self-healing meshes in the same area. It provided composite video and audio options in addition to web browser mapping software.