Consulting and Technical Services + (CATS+)
8(a) SBA certified Until 2025
GSA IT 70 Schedule GS35F48GA
MBD/DBE Maryland 12-364
M/WBE Baltimore 15-395621
SBR Maryland 12-1226
8(m) Program EDWOSB / WOSB / SDB
Registered Name: ITnova
Year Incorporated: 2011
State of Incorporation: Delaware
D-U-N-S Number: 9688550140
Cage Number: 6G2Y8
NAICS Codes: 334220, 488190, 511210, 517911, 517919, 541330, 541490, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541611, 541614, 541618, 541690, 561110, 561422, 561439, 611420, 611430, 611512, 811219
“ITnova continues to be our preferred subcontractor for this project because of their unique ability to rapidly recruit and sustain fully qualified professionals from within a variety of supporting categories.”
Consulting and Technical Services + (CATS+)
The Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT) issued the Consulting and Technical Services (CATS+) Master Contract to enable State Agencies to procure IT consulting and technical services through the issuance of Task Order Requests For Proposals (TORFP) or Request For Resumes (RFR).
ITnova is a prime contract holder of the State of Maryland Department of IT CATS+ Master Contract. ITnova has been selected to fulfill services in the following functional areas:
- Functional Area 1: Enterprise Service Provider
Services to ensure that information systems are designed to capitalize on agency architectures and State IT standards, provide interoperability with other systems and networks, be reliable and maintainable, and make the most cost-effective use of COTS technology and agency-wide and government-wide resources.
- Functional Area 2: Web and Internet Systems
A broad range of business solutions and support using the capabilities of the web and Internet; design, develop, test, implement and maintain web sites, portals, web applications and web services and the associated hardware, software, network and security components that comprise these solutions.
- Functional Area 5: Software Engineering
Service to provide full life cycle of a 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 systems; software architecture; software reengineering; software reuse; component based software; software security; supervising software configuration management; and CASE tools.
- Functional Area 6: Systems/Facilities Management and Maintenance
Systems/Facilities Management and Maintenance services include: Data Center Technical Support/Operations, and Help Desk. At the State’s discretion, these services may be required to be provided externally to the requesting agency.
- Functional Area 10: IT Management Consulting Services
The IT Management Consulting Services include any of the following types of services: IT enterprise architecture, systems review for architectural consistency, strategic planning assistance, project management services, Master Contractor assessments and risk assessment analysis.
- Functional Area 11: Business Process Consulting Services
Define, design, develop, implement and maintain enterprise architecture plans, strategies, inventories and recommendations to support enterprise architecture (EA) at the State and agency level.
- Functional Area 16: Media and Training Center Support
Services to support multi-media and education centers including, but not limited to: planning, analysis, troubleshooting, integration, acquisition, installation, operations, maintenance, training, documentation, and administration; professional training expertise, including instructional systems design capabilities to improve job performance of employees utilizing the learning/media center.
- Functional Area 17: 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, standard operating procedures (SOP), policies and procedures.
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