At DHS, TAPE provided the support to articulate the Service Oriented Architecture process vision and the DHS OCIO’s strategy to achieve alignment with the overall DHS mission and vision.
Information has become a critical strategic asset and the offices of the CIO for DoD, DHS, and other federal agencies are tasked both with setting departmental information policies as well as providing oversight for the processes, systems, and technologies that create, distribute, maintain and secure that information.
At TAPE, we recognize the immense value of information in meeting the critical needs of our government customers.
At DHS, for example, TAPE conducted the necessary program management as well as the organizational and business assessments needed to develop an enterprise design, plan of action, and strategy. These assessments helped to pinpoint underlying issues that might have affected the structural design/realignment and to identify additional concerns that should be addressed.
With extensive experience in the federal IT systems and cyber security arenas, TAPE is an ideal partner for departmental CIOs tasked with the increasingly challenging task of setting policy and safeguarding information, the most strategic asset of all.
TAPE Capabilities Include:
- Enterprise Architecture
- Asset Management
- Standards Management and FISMA Compliance
- Process Engineering
- Business Process Reengineering
- Portfolio Management
- Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC)
- Continuity of Operations (COOP)/Disaster Recovery