Our Clients


HEADQUARTERS: OCIO CTOD Enterprise Architecture Support

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For DHS’s Enterprise Architecture Division (EAD) Enterprise Architecture (EA) Governance and Program Review (GPR) group, SIG supports the CTOD-led efforts to deliver world-class IT to the Department through enterprise strategy development, program oversight, data architecture, Technical Reference Model (TRM) management, enterprise architecture, and visualization. SIG provides highly specialized Enterprise Architecture Governance Support Services to support the EA Division in its ongoing efforts to optimize DHS-wide IT investments through improved planning, resourcing, acquisition, and management.

CISA: Cyber Security Mission Support

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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is responsible for enhancing the security, resiliency, and reliability of the nation’s cyber and communications infrastructure. SIG assists the Government with strategy formulation, policy development, performance and project management, and technical support that is required to protect the homeland by identifying, analyzing and responding to physical and cyber events; and supporting the Government’s activities in establishing and coordinating outreach programs and stakeholder partnerships that enhance and support protection activities.



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Since 2014, SIG has architected, provided governance management, and helped to implement the agency’s big data vision – migrating siloed data feeds and/or sources accurately and securely to a centralized, big data platform, the FAA Enterprise Data Management (EIM) Data Platform. Using AWS Cloud, the SIG effort led to the creation of Catalog.Data.FAA.gov, launched in 2020.  This robust repository of comprehensive data sets is managed and hosted by the FAA IT Shared Services organization, Chief Data Office. The output of our work formed the foundation for data driven, decision-making using advanced data visualization techniques, including dashboards, and statistical visualization.


SBA: Loan Processing Support

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SIG supports the Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Capital Access (OCA) in loan processing and servicing centers support across the United States. SIG helped the SBA meet surge requirements under the CARES Act and then assisted in transitioning the agency to meet small business needs in a post-pandemic economy. Work for SBA encompasses in-depth financial analysis, management and disposition of federal loan portfolios, and Help Center Support. SIG increasingly spends time on investigating fraudulently obtained loans. This contract required SIG to quickly recruit, vet and hire personnel in short order, and respond to surge requirements, both in onboarding and offboarding. 

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

WMATA: GIS & IT Support

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SIG supports GIS mapping of WMATA and supports UI/UX, documentation, user support, product demonstration, calibration, testing, analysis, and validation of mobile navigation systems and user applications.  SIG is deploying, packaging, and administering software used by all WMATA employees. This includes software for managing more than 10,000 endpoint devices. We assist in executing infrastructure enhancements projects, such as SCCM upgrades, Office 365 migration, IT Asset Management System Implementation, and systems migration to new platforms.

Department of the army

ARMY: Dashboard and ERP Implementation

Prior to working with the Army, Chugach sought to complete ERP implementation and dashboard conversion on their site and to fully train their staff. SIG successfully executed over 200 dashboard conversions from Discoverer to Oracle’s OBIEE. In addition, SIG was responsible for the installation and configuration of the ERP implementation, ensuring a seamless transition and operational efficiency.

Department of the interior

DIO Bureau of Reclamation: Data Integration

DOI’s Bureau of Reclamation sought to execute a proof of concept aimed at employing new technology for the integration of multiple data sets which originated from seven different sources. SIG, in collaboration with Alteryx, supported the DOI in standardizing data. SIG provided assistance for the establishment and management of server infrastructure. Additionally, SIG furnished support to the data team in the configuration of integration workflows and conducted training sessions for DOI personnel, empowering them with the capability to independently manage these workflows in the future.