Program areas at CTC
The Interboundary Secure Information Sharing (ISIS) Program will develop a new cross domain system, the Next Generation Cross Domain Solution (NGCDS), that will consolidate the functionality of several existing cross domain systems and incorporate new cross domain technologies to provide a comprehensive cross domain capability for enterprise and cloud computing environments. The ISIS Program will also provide support for a number of existing cross domain systems until such time as the functionality of those systems is incorporated into the NGCDS. The scope of this effort shall include development, modification, testing, assembly, delivery, installation, training, troubleshooting support, and logistics support for existing and new cross domain systems and existing and new cross domain technologies.
The purpose of this contract is to support the Marine Corps' efforts to meet Energy Reliability and Resilience requirements. Contractor services are required to support different sections (i.e. Headquarters Marine Corps, Regions, and Installations) of the Marine Corps, which possess their own challenges in addressing the Marine Corps' objectives such as unique utility distribution systems and various energy security positions.Components of this contract shall include: (a) providing installation resilience metrics; (b) evaluating unclassified Energy Security Assessments (ESA) reports; (c) collecting, storing, and analyzing energy data; (d) providing written recommendations of suggested infrastructure upgrades; (e) providing regular analyses of the utility bills and rates; (f) assisting in development of energy projects to address gaps noted in the ESA reports; (g) assisting in conducting building level energy audits; (h) providing information on steps that will improve energy efficiency; and (i) providing technical support to facilitate the energy security strategy.
CTC provide operations and sustainment, technical management, and analytical support to mishap, risk, health and resilience, and Drug Demand Reduction education and training, implementation, data collection and analysis, reporting, maintenance, and, assessment for the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, USD (P&R), Personnel Risk and Resiliency. This effort includes the data collection and reporting of actionable data that is used to support decision and risk analysis, management, and resource allocation, identification and implementation of targeted mitigations to reduce risks inherent in daily operations, and reduction of unexpected and unintentional negative consequences that erode readiness/operational capacity. This effort also includes the setup, operation and maintenance, engineering, integration, implementation, testing, system documentation, and training of the FR2 tool, related enterprise information and data projects, and other mitigations focused on supporting the Secretary's mishap reduction program. In addition, other IT tools are used to collect and track information to support DoD installation's progress towards achieving an acceptable safety management system, as this effort also involves the operation of the Safety Management Center of Excellence (SMCX).