State of Maryland Consulting and Technical Services Subcontract
EES has access to the State of Maryland Consulting and Technical Services (CATS) contract through our majority owner 1 Source Consulting, Inc. The Department of Budget and Management has established this master contract vehicle to procure IT consulting and technical services for the State of Maryland in a timely and economical manner. Through CATS, we provide an array of information technology support services that include:
CATS allows the state to have a flexible means of obtaining information technology resources quickly, efficiently, and cost effectively by issuing task orders specific to its needs.
Scope of Services
Functional Area 3: Electronic Document Management
Service to establish or maintain electronic document imaging, document management, document workflow, and associated technologies.
Functional Area 5: Software Engineering
Service to provide full life cycle software system development. Process definition; requirements management (project planning, quality assurance, project tracking and oversight, organizational process focus); software metrics; software process assessments; software capability evaluations; software project management; software certification; software validation and verification; open project management; software certification; software validation and verification; open systems; software architecture; software reengineering; software reuse; component-based software; software security; supervising software configuration management; and CASE tools.
Functional Area 10: IT Management Consulting Services
Define, design, develop, implement, and maintain enterprise architecture plans, strategies, inventories and recommendations to support enterprise architecture at the State and agency level.
Functional Area 11: Business Process Engineering
Streamlining business processes and the development, implementation, and support of process improvements to eliminate redundancy and increase productivity and reduce cost.
Functional Area 15: Documentation/Technical Writing
Develop and/or maintain the following types of documentation: system documentation; user manuals; computer operations and program maintenance manuals; plans for training, testing, quality assurance, and contingency operations; and backup, recovery, and restart procedures; technical writing for proposals, presentations, standing operating procedures, and policies and procedures.
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