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We implement solutions, have managed military and industry programs, and fielded systems on time, on budget, and implemented transformational technologies effectively.
JTT Leadership has over 100 years of collective detailed and relevant experience in Commercial and DoD Program Management and C4I operations. We have managed many $100M+ programs.
Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
DUNS Number: 605391098
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Mr. Boyd Zbinden: CEO Founder, IA SME.
Retired US Navy. Government Program Manager. Leader for Navy Afloat and Ashore Communications and Computer IT Infrastructure Training, Sustainment, and Readiness. Plankowner and Co-Founder of the SPAWAR 59 Test and Evaluation core competency. Recognized Subject Matter Expert in Information Assurance and Computer Network Defense design, development, integration, and operations.
Mr. Ed Zaide C2 Systems: FAM, USMC Accounts Manager.
Project Manager for USMC C2 systems, USMC retired. Recognized Subject Matter Expert in tactical systems integration and interoperability. Senior System Engineer with significant experience leading Marines and development teams to successfully design, develop, deploy, and operate the latest generation of Marine Corp Command and Control capabilities. Currently leads Test and Evaluation efforts for a $ billion Navy portfolio.
Mr. Keith James: IT Portfolio Manager.
Subject Matter Expert in software acquisition process (SWAP), Penetration Testing, Agile, DevOps, DevSecOps product deliveries, Product integration and application testing. MS Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. CISSP/CHFI/CEH
Mr. Spencer Martin: Program Manager, PMP.
Leads Test and Evaluation efforts for classified Navy cybersecurity products. Subject Matter Expert in Technical Program Management for enterprise applications software development. Broad experience leading agile development teams for new product development inclusive of Google Street View for Latin America, the Google Help Center, and DoD C2 Agile DevOps acquisition programs.
Mr. Mike Engleman: Risk Management Framework Subject matter expert.
Leads high performing team of Information System Security Engineers and Navy Qualified Validators to assess and authorize a navy enterprise portfolio of projects and eMASS records in unclassified and highly classified enclaves. SME in RMF workflows, risk management, risk assessments and mitigations.
As a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), we encourage teaming opportunities as both a Prime and Sub contractor, Whether priming or subcontracting, JTT knows that teamwork is the way to grow business. For more detailed information company personnel information and JTT’s pertinent contract information, please Contact Us
Joint Tactics and Technologies NAICS (North American Industry Classification System)
518210 – Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
541330 – Engineering Services
541511 – Custom Computer Programming Services
541512 – Computer Systems Design Services
541513 – Computer Facilities Management Services
541611 – Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541690 – Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Service
JTT is performance driven. We apply knowledge and experience to all projects that yield outstanding results, and a superior level of customer satisfaction, that few companies accomplish. Below is a sample of current projects:
Test and Evaluation: For the Navy program office for Cyber Security JTT provides subject matter experts who organize, lead, plan, and conduct all levels of Development Test as projects design, build and integrate security products, and subsequent Operational Test as projects enter Milestone C, or Milestone D (LRIP / FRIP). Classified and unclassified projects include Computer NW Defense, Cryptologic devices, Defensive Cyber Operations, Presentation and Situational Awareness web-based applications, and numerous others.
Risk Management Framework Assessment and Authorization: JTT provides numerous systems engineers serving as Information System Security Engineers and Navy Validators. These SME’s interact daily with project engineers and ensure security is baked into design, and that Connection and Operating Authorizations are achieved on time, with acceptable technical risk.
Security Product Analysis/Architecture Analysis: JTT performs impact analysis and AoA’s of proposed architectural changes where projects seek vendor product improvement for security functions such as Secure routing, Content filtering, large data ingest, Security Automation, Analysis and Response (SOAR), incident/intrusion detection, anomaly detection, and the spectrum of technologies that support security engineering.
Program Office Support: We update and provide support to program office Integrated Master Schedules, Configuration Management, Systems Engineering, Training and Installations. Project and program development models include Agile, SecDevOps, DevOps, and complex enterprise architectures including Multilevel Security WANs/LANs, and Software Acquisition Process (SWAP), for afloat and ashore platforms/sites.
Seaport NxG: N00179-19-D-7933
Delivery order: N00039-20-F-3501
Quality Monitoring and Assurance will be implemented on a Delivery Order / Task Order basis. A Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) can be tailored for each T/O, and will describe the systematic methods to be used to measure performance, and provide opportunity for improvement in services.
The QASP will define Roles and responsibilities for individuals contributing to and executing the QASP. Roles include those of the government Task Order Manager, Contracting Officer and others as necessary, JTT Program Manager, designated QA Manager functions, and technical or administrative team leads where QA metrics will be collected or reported. It will also identify specific items to be monitored (functions, events, deliverables, processes, etc), a program schedule for reviews, specific tracking items flagged for improvement, and associated metrics, CDRLS, customer feedback, and other items specific to the task.
Items to be checked and monitored in a Quality Assurance Program would include timeliness of CDRL delivery, format, compliance, CPARS, software trouble reports over time and per thousand SLOC, time to correct deficiencies, adherence to schedule, cost controls and cost management, and other task specific items.
QA is typically applied in two disciplines of physical and software. JTT personnel are well versed with QA from a software perspective and have direct experience managing software development activities in a CMMI Level 5 continuous process improvement environment, and using an ISO 9001:2008 quality management system.