|Caelum offers the following skill sets in the Information Technology arena:
- Network engineering and systems administration
- Software development, modification and reuse
- Documentation and library services
- Database design and maintenance
- Records management
- GIS analysis and programming
- Information assurance compliance
- Electronic component/system integration
- Web-based application development and maintenance
- Web design and webcasting
- IT security
Projects Have Included:
Information Systems Operations and Support Services (ISOSS)
U.S. Army at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR)
Information Systems Operations and Support Services (ISOSS) provides traditional and non-traditional IT services to both the
weapon systems testing mission at WSMR, as well as the Post and Garrison activities of the range.
ISOSS provides services to WSMR that include Network Engineering and Administration; Systems Administration including e-mail
services; Wireless Communications Systems; Information Assurance and Compliance; User Support Technical Services; Helpdesk functions;
Programming Services and Application Development; Database Development/Administration; Real-time Mission Test Support; Post-Test
Optical and Electronic Data Reduction support and Analysis of mission data; GIS Analysis and Programming; COMSEC Account Maintenance;
Telecommunications Center Operations; Administrative Assistance; and Logistical Support. The ISOSS contract supports the entire range,
to include the major directorates and support offices.
Support provided outside the WSMR boundary includes application development (client/server and web-based applications) for
the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) and its components of the Developmental Test Command (DTC), the Operational Test
Command (OTC), and the Army Evaluation Command (AEC). Extended services also include providing manning for the
Transportable Real-Time Augmentation Control Systems (TRACS) Vans in remote launch support of interceptor and target
vehicles at other test ranges.
Current IT activity includes the administration of over 150 server platforms of various configurations and purposes and the
support of over 4000 client workstations. Server platforms include application servers, domain controllers, file servers,
NAS/SAN storage solutions, portal systems, and special purpose application platforms.
White Sands Missile Range is located in Southern New Mexico and encompasses over 4000 square miles of land mass. It is the largest
land-based testing range in the free world. WSMR is a tri-service test range facility supporting the Army, Navy, and Air Force in
their development of weapon systems. Other range customers include commercial entities, NASA, and other Government agencies.
Marine Corps Institute
Caelum is the prime contractor for the Marine Corps Institute Automated Information System (MCI AIS) task order under the SeaPort-e Multiple Award
Contract (MAC). Caelum provides system integration, web authoring, database administration, computer programming, and telecommunication support
to the USMC MCI at the Washington Navy Yard (W-NY). In support of the MCI, Caelum MCI manages the Marine Corps
distance learning program which includes student enrollments in
occupational skills correspondence courses and professional military education (PME) program. MCI processes over
100,000 enrollments with over 40% of the exams conducted electronically via MCI Online and maintains 25 servers (Oracle, SQL,
Domain, and Exchange) and four websites. Additionally, Caelum provides support to the MCI, Marine Barracks Washington (MBW), the United
States Marine Band (USMB), and the United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps (USMDBC) by providing web services, intranet services, extranet
services, program management, system integration, system development, network and system administration, database administration, and computer
programming expertise to assist our client in the continued evolution of the MCI Distance Learning architecture, and the web sites related to
each organizations. We provide technical support to redesign, enhancement, and maintenance of MCI's current web site, MCI Online; create, test,
and deploy the Student Services Help Desk; create, test, and deploy new Logistics Application for inventory control; and create, test, and deploy
course materials using content classes and content objects.
FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research Document Control Center
Caelum provides file and records management in a scientific environment for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for
Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). Caelum manages CBER's Document Control Center (DCC) and carries out related mailroom, courier,
and public response services. We manage files and associated electronic records, and we provide data entry services.
CBER must approve, license, and monitor the manufacture
of all biological products such as vaccines and blood products that enter the American market. The DCC acts as a central repository
for CBER regulatory documents Supplied by blood establishments and biologics manufacturers. These documents are essential to
CBER's mission of regulating biologic products, supporting biological research, and registering over 3,000 establishments involved
with blood products. Some documents represent CBER's only complete copy for legal and historical purposes. The document collection
is dynamic, with yearly increases in document number and size. All documents in the collection must be readily locatable and available
to investigative, scientific, research, and compliance staff who must regularly process approximately 16 types of CBER regulatory and
Outsourcing Desktop Initiative for NASA (ODIN)
The Outsourcing Desktop Initiative for NASA (ODIN), is one of the first large Federal initiatives to allow agencies to privatize support
in the desktop environment. From 1998-2004, Caelum teamed with Lockheed Martin Information Technology (LMIT) to deliver comprehensive
desktop computer, server, and intra-center communications services to NASA and NASA contractors at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Stennis
Space Center (SSC), and Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC).Systems and services addressed include desktop and server seat management,
phones, facsimiles, local video, administrative radio, LAN interface, remote communications, public address, and cable plant management.
The Caelum staff provided support in computer
hardware repair and maintenance as well as support systems administration tasks, including system configuration and setup,
systems upgrades, software selection, installation, and configuration, network administration and support, and computer security.
Caelum also assisted the prime contractor with administrative support and project management functions. In addition to consistent
delivery of timely and effective desktop support, Caelum ensured that major
maintenance or upgrade operations were performed
without disrupting ongoing operations at the Centers. In addition to consistent delivery of timely and effective desktop
support, Caelum must ensure that major maintenance or upgrade operations are performed without disrupting ongoing operations
at the Centers. Caelum was recognized for outstanding support at Kennedy Space Center for successfully effecting a relocation
of over 300 workstations during a holiday weekend, completing the job ahead of schedule and with no impact upon the users.
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