T-Rex is supporting the U.S. Census Bureau (USCB) with their effort to deliver the U.S. decennial census using a secure hybrid Cloud and hyperconverged on premise solution. T-Rex provides architecture, engineering, and cybersecurity to deliver an integrated, scalable, secure and highly available environment for the 2020 survey. T-Rex used a rapid, prescriptive, phased approach to mapping, integrating and testing over 50 systems into a scalable and secure System of Systems (SoS). Our state-of-the-art, hybrid cloud solution is complex and sophisticated, meeting the many demands of the first on-line public internet self-response where citizens can input responses from a variety of device types, and our customer benefits from dynamic, big data analytic capabilities. Our personnel strategically define and implement state of the art technology solutions to detect and eliminate fraud, increase the security posture, and ensure disaster recovery.
T-Rex is re-engineering the Economic Census Program, as well as, configuring and supporting the IT infrastructure needed for its sub-programs across USCB. This work focuses on the reengineering, modernization, and revitalization of the Business Register (BR), which is critical to the successful execution of the Economic Census. This includes a focus on the business architecture included within the BR. This is accomplished through the improvement of customer/respondent experience; quality improvement of 1,600+ data products; the increase in speed at which those data products are released; a reduction in cost; and increased organizational efficiency.
T-Rex is supporting the Census Bureau’s Office of Innovation and Implementation (OII) in their mission to accelerate the resolution of the Census Bureau’s most persistent technical challenges. We develop and deliver capability requirements that align with USCB Enterprise Systems Development Lifecycle (eSDLC) and Census Enterprise Data Collection and Processing (CEDCaP) guidance which informs subsequent design and business operations decisions. Our team is at the forefront of the USCB’s innovative processes, working closely with Federal development and survey teams to ensure optimal operations (information sharing, training, and a team culture) and the realization of economies of scale.
T-Rex supports GSA through infrastructure engineering, development, and implementation. Our team strives to achieve cost reduction goals while limiting application availability challenges and integrating application interfaces. T-Rex assists with ongoing initiatives including supporting the GSA CIO’s vision for implementing a cloud first infrastructure. Our staff help GSA achieve IT modernization objectives including retirement of legacy mainframes and migration to cloud service providers. T-Rex also helps the GSA CIO initiative with integrating open source technologies, resulting in large scale adoption of the LAMP stack, utilizing Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP among others.
T-Rex supports the VA application lifecycle in the Austin Information Technology Center (AITC) and the National Service Desk (NSD). T-Rex provides Application and Release Management Services in addition to managing the COTS and custom code deployments for many of the VA critical applications. Our team is helping the VA redefine and prioritize service desk processes to implement a unified service desk across the entire VA enterprise. Additionally, we work across several task areas in multiple locations supporting the CIO’s office with data consolidation, pre-testing and application release approval, supporting IT infrastructure and IT services including hardware and software maintenance, production control, workflow management, and database administration. We provide operations management, logistics support, metrics management, and oversight and training of 500+ FTE in document preparation, scanning, and data capture operations. Because of our efforts, the agency successfully transforms the veteran disability claims process and system into a solution that effectively scales.
T-Rex provides DHS with software developers, IT engineers, and architects to develop and maintain software code. At U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), we support systems and business needs, including processing, accounting, and workflow for cargo inspectors. We provide Agile software development and testing, quality management, change control, preparation and maintenance of configuration documentation and security artifacts, incremental deployments, release management, and O&M for the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). We support nationwide deployments to each airport, land port, and seaport--each with its unique characteristics and requirements.
T-Rex provides adaptive, corrective, and preventative software O&M and infrastructure support services for Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit (CTCEU). We support the LeadTrac application and business processes to facilitate CTCEU’s mission. We use Agile methodology to achieve business objectives and JIRA to track software and project requirements, budget and actual hours, plan releases, monitor progress, and track O&M tasks. Our team also provides system-wide architectural support and analysis to the agency. This includes researching new technologies and processes to advise CBP on maximizing service delivery performance to help attain their goals. We provide support to ensure that any new enhancement aligns to established architecture standards.