T-Rex Corporation has formally transitioned to T-Rex Solutions, LLC. This corporate restructing was made to sustain growth and flexibility while continuing to provide quality services to our customers. As such, internal IT systems have recently been updated to support our new domain name: trexsolutionsllc.com.
In the April 20th edition of the Greenbelt News Review, a local independent newspaper, T-Rex and some of its employees were highlighted as being part of our training program. “This is a great article in our local newspaper about our HUBZone program and the people who make it successful!” states T-Rex’s Director of Growth and Operations - Jake Stenzler, PhD. To see the full article, click the following link: http://greenbeltnewsreview.com/issues/GNR20170420.pdf.
On April 1, 2016, T-Rex Corporation announced it was appraised as fully compliant at Maturity Level 3 with the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development and Services (CMMI-DEV, CMMI-SVC) Version 1.3. This rating is achieved by companies that have established well-defined, repeatable, and effective organizational standards for project management, software engineering, services and quality assurance while maintaining a focus on continuous process improvement. The organization’s set of standard processes, which is the basis for maturity level 3, is established and improved over time.
Compliance with the process areas prescribed by SEI CMMI Maturity Level 3 was appraised using the CMMI Standard Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI). The SCAMPI method involves the examination of many types of objective evidence, as well as interviews with senior corporate leadership, program managers, quality assurance personnel, and related organization and project employees to demonstrate that standard processes are being followed and continually improved. The evaluation was conducted by an independent SEI-authorized lead appraiser from Process Works Inc., an SEI partner based in Rockville, MD.
The CMMI Level 3 appraisal was preceded by the company's ISO 9001: 2008 initial certification in March of 2015; this laid a strong foundation of processes and continual improvement methodologies. "By adopting CMMI Level 3 practices, T-Rex will steadily become more competitive, enabling us to deliver better value to our customers. This is absolutely critical to our growth strategy and I look forward to working with the team to continue developing standards and measurements across the company and driving continuous improvement," said Trevor Wilby, President and CEO of T-Rex Corporation.
T-Rex Corporation has been chosen by the U.S. Census Bureau to provide technological support for its ongoing digital transformation initiative.
This is one of five small business blanket purchase agreements (BPA) awarded in September 2015 as part of the Systems Engineering and Integration program tier at the Census Bureau.
The acquisition framework consists of the following three tiers: enterprise, program, and project created to support major efforts such as the Census Enterprise Data Collection and Processing program, the 2020 Census and the Economic Census.
This BPA was awarded at the program tier, which provides support for enterprise and systems architecture, engineering, development, and integration services at the program level.
To provide this broad range of services for the various Census Bureau business areas and in alignment with their schedules, T-Rex has formed a multi-company team, Team T-Rex. Team T-Rex members, in alphabetical order, include: Accenture, Advantage Proposals, Bart & Associates, Fifenet, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Octo Consulting, Rockhammer Talent Solutions, SES, Vidoori, Whirlwind, and Z, Inc.
T-Rex has provided services to the U.S. Census Bureau since 1999 and to Census organizations in Canada and the United Kingdom. “This award continues the long-term relationship we have with government population, household and economic data management and delivery organizations” said CEO Trevor Wilby. "We are grateful and excited to be chosen as a service provide for this important step in the U.S. Census Bureau’s transformation."
Dr. Stenzler is an innovative and results-oriented leader with a diverse background that spans the corporate, non-profit, government, and academic arenas. He has demonstrated strengths in client services, project management, business development, leadership development, technical writing, public speaking, written and oral communication, strategic planning, operations, financial tracking and planning, and technology innovation.
Prior to joining the T-Rex team, Dr. Stenzler was a Vice President and Account Manager at SRA International, Inc. During his time at SRA, he had a track record of multiple years with year-over-year revenue growth as he managed and grew a portfolio with with over 300 staff and $80M in annual revenue. His portfolio included every component within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) covering a broad spectrum of services such as software development, cyber security, and intelligence analysis.
“Jake is the right person at the right time to help us forge relationships with new partners and bring on new clients,” said Trevor Wilby, President and CEO of T-Rex Corporation. "In this new role, he will be instrumental in implementing our strategy to be the premier HUBZone IT provider in the Federal market."
T-Rex Corporation CEO, Trevor Wilby, announced today that the United States General Services (GSA) has awarded the company a Schedule 36 for Office Imaging and Document Solutions and Services including needs analysis (SIN 51-506) effective September 2015.
T-Rex has provided solutions and services to both large and small imaging and document data capture projects. Large projects are the U.S. Census Bureau for Decennial Census and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for veteran benefits claims where millions of documents are processed. Small projects are at the U.S. Government Publishing Office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and commercial customers for back file conversions for freeing up valuable office space and putting important information at the fingertips of information workers. A project lifecycle typically includes a needs analysis followed by a service solution for performing the document preparation and accounting, imaging, processing and data capture and quality assessment using imaging, OCR, OMR and manual data capture techniques. T-Rex Corporation is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company committed to the highest standards of quality.
“This amazing accomplishment for our company proves that our executive team, with their decades of industry experience, can now offer our industry leading document data capture solutions and services to a broader channel of customers propelling T-Rex further into a leadership position in the Document Processing market,” said CEO Trevor Wilby. "We are grateful and excited to see T-Rex’s Document processing vision endorsed by the U.S. Government."
Inc. Magazine recently unveiled their 34th annual list of America’s fastest growing private companies, the Inc. 5000. T-Rex Corporation ranked number 1,917 nationally and number 38 in Maryland, with a three-year sales growth of 206%. There were over 5,000 companies considered and the 2015 Inc. 5000 is the most competitive crop in the list’s history. The average company on the list achieved a three-year growth percentage rate of 490%. The complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found online at http://www.inc.com/inc5000. T-Rex Corporation’s profile can be accessed online at http://www.inc.com/profile/t-rex.
“We are proud to have been included in this year’s Inc. 5000”, said Trevor Wilby, President and CEO of T-Rex Corporation. "Since 2010 we embarked on a new growth strategy and making the cut for the Inc. 5000 is clear evidence that our strategy is working and that our team has been successful. I look forward to continued growth and the positive impact it will have on T-Rex and our employees!"
The 2015 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to the percentage revenue growth when comparing 2011 to 2014. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2011. They had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2014. The minimum revenue required for 2011 is $100,000; the minimum for 2014 is $2 Million.
T-Rex Corporation announced today that Amy McKenna will become the Program Executive of Core Programs, effective immediately. This newly created position will work closely with the Vice President and COO, Sean Murphy, with a focus on delivering value to customers while further developing and strengthening T-Rex’s organization.
Prior to joining the T-Rex team, Ms. McKenna was a Senior Program Management leader for over twelve years within Lockheed Martin where she applied her program, operations and business management skills to a range of demanding positions supporting the Federal Government such as Program Manager, Subcontracts Program Manager and Capture Management Leader. Ms. McKenna spent five years in roles at Alcoa Incorporated and Xerox Corporation where her focus was on process development and improvement (Six Sigma) as well as implementing Kanban systems.
“Amy is a proven leader with broad capabilities delivering IT Services. We strongly believe Amy is the right addition to our senior management team to help execute our strategy for growth, customer satisfaction, performance and efficiency. We are excited to have her join the team and look forward to her contributions to T-Rex!”
Ms. McKenna is certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and has an industrial engineering degree from Lehigh University and an MBA from Drexel University.
T-Rex Corporation, a HUBZone leader in the Federal Information Technology Sector delivering Program Management and Information Technology solutions, was selected by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to provide IT support services for the Office of International Trade (OT).
The Trade Information Management Division (TIMD) located within the Office of International Trade is responsible for aggregating trade data; conduct large-scale data collection efforts, and provide trade data to other federal agencies in addition to a variety of other analytical and targeting activities. As the contractor selected to provide IT Support Services, T-Rex will provide personnel to lead, develop, implement and carry out mid-to long term planning, system support, application development, hardware/software support, reporting support and system compliance support services.
“T-Rex is thrilled to support CBP and TIMD in providing world class IT services to ensure their critical systems are available and accessible to the user community. We believe our expertise will prove valuable as we work to maintain the stability of critical systems and work with the Office of International Trade to enhance TIMD’s portfolio of applications, systems and environments,” said Mike Louis, Vice President and Chief Information Officer for T-Rex Corporation. “T-Rex and our partner Bart and Associates have had a long and successful relationship in supporting CBP and we are deeply committed to assisting the Office of International Trade in successfully executing on their very important mission.”
On Thursday, April 23, 2015 T-Rex Corporation participated as the Silver Level Donor for Streetwise Partners’ 7th Annual Taste of Success. This annual event is sponsored by StreetWise to celebrate its most recent graduating class. Through its Career Ventures Program, StreetWise Partners provides office skills, resume preparation, interviewing, public speaking, and networking training to low-income individuals to assist them in starting or progressing their careers.
T-Rex Corporation and its staff have proudly supported StreetWise with donations and volunteer support in various capacities since 2011. T-Rex staff participation includes a program graduate, featured speaker and peer mentor; two participant professional mentors; a computer skills instructor; a Human Resources Panel member; two Information Technology Panel members; an IT Panel facilitator; and a Mock Interview facilitator.
T-Rex's support of StreetWise Partners is a natural extension of its history of commitment to Philanthropy, Community Outreach and Career Development. As a SBA Certified HUBZone Small Business, T-Rex has hired, trained, developed and promoted dozens of individuals with limited access to resources and opportunities in the professional world and have hired graduates of the Streetwise Program. T-Rex applauds StreetWise Partners for its commitment, professionalism and the success of the Career Ventures Programs and we look forward to continued collaboration and achievement.
T-Rex Corporation, a HUBZone Small Business offering a full range of Information Technology, Program Management, and Document Management Services to the Federal Government for over 16 years, announced that its management system has been awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification from the Bureau Veritas Certification Holding SAS – UK Branch, for the provision of Information Technology Services.
“We are committed to making customer satisfaction our primary goal as a result of our quality work,” said Trevor Wilby, president and CEO of T-Rex Corporation. “The ISO 9001:2008 certification acknowledges our commitment to consistently deliver solutions that exceed our customers’ expectations by developing a quality management system that focuses on high quality standards and continual improvement. Our objective is to ensure quality in all that we do through implementation of Quality Assurance and Quality Control processes. Our independent corporate quality Manager audits all of our projects to ensure compliance with customer standards and that our own internal processes.”
ISO is an independent organization and the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. ISO certifications demonstrate the ability to consistently provide a product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. It aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
T-Rex Corporation is pleased to announce its selection as a winner for the SmartCEO Magazine 2015 Future 50 Awards. Future 50 recognizes 50 fast-growth, mid-sized companies in the Washington, DC region, five large Blue Chip companies and five small Emerging Growth companies. These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for leadership and success. The winners, chosen based on a three-year average of employee and revenue growth, will be profiled in the January/February issue of SmartCEO Magazine. T-Rex’s CEO, Trevor Wilby, will accept the award on behalf of the company at the awards gala, to be held in Tysons Corner, VA on January 27, 2015.
“T-Rex has experienced tremendous growth over the last 3 years, and we are pleased to be formally recognized as a Future50 award winner,” said Trevor Wilby, President and CEO of T-Rex. “Our success is contributed to over 15 years of experience providing best value solutions to the federal market space, strong client relationships and employees who continuously go the extra mile to satisfy our clients. I am confident that T-Rex will maintain this pattern of growth over the coming years, and continue to be a small business leader in the federal market space.”
T-Rex Consulting Corporation (T-Rex), announced today that it has been selected as a prime contractor under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions II (EAGLE II) program. T-Rex was selected for a contract award in the Functional Category 1 (FC1) Small Business HUBZone track. This indefinite delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract award allows T-Rex to compete on future task order solicitations in the FC1 Small Business HUBZone track of the DHS EAGLE II program. The maximum cumulative dollar value of all contracts in this program is $22 billion.
With the awards of EAGLE II, the DHS is leading the way with innovative and effective Information Technology (IT) solutions to keep America safe. DHS is a pioneer in sourcing the best solutions from T-Rex and other HUBZone information technology vendors and have taken a step forward in developing economic activity and much needed jobs in the most economically underutilized geographic areas.
Under Functional Category 1 Small Business HUBZone Track, T-Rex will provide a full range of IT services and products in support of developing, implementing, and maintaining technology to support the DHS mission and business functions across the entire lifecycle of a program. Services will include the full range of infrastructure engineering and software design, development, implementation and integration. In addition, T-Rex will support the DHS in activities such as concept development, planning, requirements definition and analysis, coding and testing, production, deployment, implementation, integration, and the full range of O&M solutions, from maintaining and upgrading individual pieces of hardware and software to full managed service solutions and help desk support services.
"We are ready to get to work," said Sean Murphy, T-Rex COO. "We will utilize Agile, PMI and ITIL based strategies to deliver creative and flexible best value IT solutions on time and on budget with a customer comes first attitude."
"T-Rex is proud to have built border control and immigrant tracking solutions for DHS component agencies for the last 11 years and we are thrilled with this award so we continue to execute successfully in support of the mission," said Trevor Wilby, President and CEO of T-Rex. "I applaud DHS in taking the lead within the federal government in recognizing best value solutions offered by T-Rex and other HUBZone firms."
T-Rex teammates on the EAGLE II program include Chakrabarti Management Consultancy, Inc (CMCI) (www.c-mci.com), Telesis (http://www.telesishq.com), and Enterprise Solutions Realized (ESR) Inc. (esr-inc.com).
T-Rex has been awarded a contract to provide Help Desk, Desk Side Support, and Refresh Support in support of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Program Support Center (PSC) Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract Prime Contractor supporting Information Technology Infrastructure and Operations (ITIO).
The HHS PSC contract provides services for a sub-set of HHS Operating Divisions. This sub-set is comprised of approximately 9,000 users in the DC metro area and in 10 Regional Offices throughout the United States. The T-Rex staff has been supporting the contract since 2011 by providing recognized desk side and help desk support
T-Rex will be the sole provider of all future Help Desk Technician employees working on the HHS PSC Program. The Help Desk position is responsible for Level 1 and Level 2 support for HHS employees including the handling of all inbound calls regarding technical issues. Our Help Desk employees perform technical troubleshooting of PC, laptop, printer, Black-berry and other peripheral hardware and soft-ware as well as password resets and employee account management using Active Directory.
This Help Desk Contract further solidifies our relationship with our prime contractor and HHS, and the award of this contract is a testament to the T-Rex contributions on the HHS PSC program.
In September 2012, T-Rex was awarded a subcontract to provide intelligence support to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on the Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit (CTCEU) National Security Re- search and Lead Generation Team Support program. The contract has one base year with four option years with an estimated total contract value of $3.48 million if all options are exercised.
This is T-Rex’s first engagement supporting Immigration and Customs Enforcement component agency within DHS. CEO, Trevor Wilby, has stated, “We are thrilled to have built on our US. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Intelligence Analysis success to offer ICE a winning solution with our team to continue our support of the Homeland Security intelligence apparatus. We look forward to delivering successfully for ICE as we engage with our partners and customers for what I expect will be a huge success!”
In August 2012, T-Rex hired Tim Withum as the new CTO of the company. With T-Rex, Mr. Withum will be primarily responsible for Census Solution Engineering, Data Capture Solution Engineering, and Quality Management, where he will offer innovative organizational solutions and technology strategies for potential and existing customers such as the Department of Veteran Affairs, the United States Census Bureau and the Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Withum previously worked for Lockheed Martin (LM), spending the majority of his 22 year career providing technical leadership and guidance to LM Census business practice. Since the mid 1990’s, Mr. Withum was instrumental in engineering and architecting a multi-modal census data capture solution supporting the Census Business Practice used for Canadian Census 2006 and 2011, US Census 2010 and UK Census 2011 data capture efforts.
The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) recently awarded Team Systems Made Simple (TeamSMS) a $143M contract to perform document conversion services of up to 1 billion images over the next 3 years. The fundamental mission of the VBA is to provide Veterans, service members, and their families the benefits earned through their military service to the United States.
VBA accomplishes its mission by delivering client-centered, personalized services that help Veterans readjust to civilian life and enhance their well-being. The VA is developing the Veterans Benefits Management System, (VBMS), a paperless claims processing system that will greatly decrease the time required to establish, develop, rate and pay claims to our veterans.
T-Rex has proven leadership in managing some of the world’s largest document conversion service programs and will apply past experiences and lessons learned to deliver schedule efficiencies, quality improvements, and ensure highest security.
T-Rex Corporation recently won and began executing on the Department of Veterans Affairs Integrated Program Management Accountability System (iPMAS) program as a subcontractor to Systems Made Simple (SMS). PMAS is a performance-based project management discipline mandated by the Assistant Secretary, Office of Information and Technology (AS/IT) for all product delivery projects.
The intent of PMAS is to improve the rate of success of the Veterans Affairs (VA) IT projects. PMAS requires the use of incremental product build techniques for IT projects and programs, with delivery of new functionality to the customer (tested and accepted by the customer) in cycles of six months or less. Projects managed under PMAS are closely monitored and are subject to being halted when significant deviations to plans occur and insufficient remediation plans are presented. The iPMAS Program will deploy a modernized sharepoint based management dashboard that will enhance communications and collaboration through between VA Program Offices and Program Stakeholders
The VA Office of Information and Technology (OIT) PMAS Business Office (BO), through the use of the PMAS Dashboard, allows the VA to both deliver on the transformational IT improvements as well as ensuring every tax-payer dollar is well spent.
T-Rex staff members volunteered for service at the Central Union Mission at 1350 R Street, N.W. on Christmas Day. The T-Rex team was part of a larger group of 200+ volunteers that served in various ways during the day. Sean Murphy Sr., Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, spearheaded the group that assisted with serving the earlier of two meals. T-Rex group members also prepared mailings for donors and volunteers and a variety of other clerical and administrative tasks during the afternoon.
The Central Union Mission was founded in 1884 to cater to Civil War veterans. Today, 85 home- less men are able to stay the night at the mission which provides an array of other services for those in need. As expressed in its mission statement, “Central Union Mission serves hurting people throughout the Washington metropolitan area. We serve homeless men, families living in poverty, children from at-risk neighborhoods, and the growing Hispanic population in the city.”
T-Rex also participated in the Central Union Mission for a Holiday Toy Drive. Donations were collected in order to provide toys to young children in the DC Metro area. Thanks to the generous donations from our employees and T-Rex company match on all donations, T- Rex was able to adopt a record 26 children between the ages of 2 and 17.
T-Rex has experienced significant diversification and growth in new programs with Lockheed Martin over the past year. The company is now playing significant roles supporting Program Management, Quality Management, Desktop Support, Technical Refresh, and Help Desk (Client Support Services) in support of Lockheed Martin’s Health and Human Services (HHS) Information Technology Infrastructure and Operations (ITIO) program in Washington, DC. T-Rex is providing Desktop and End -User Computing Services (also referred to as Seat Management) to all HHS government employees across the U.S. and its territories.
T-Rex also won a competitive HUBZone procurement conducted by Lockheed Martin for one of their Department of Homeland Security (DHS) programs. T-Rex was awarded a contract to support of the DHS Information Technology Networking Operations Virtual Alliance (IT-NOVA) Operations and Maintenance program in Washing- ton DC. Additionally, the organization has recently added software development and test engineering support resources to Lockheed Martin engineering team in support of their contract with the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Disability Case Processing System (DCPS) program located in Gwynn Oak, MD.
Each of these new programs represents continued growth opportunity for T-Rex and the expectation is to continue to add to our portfolio of programs within Lockheed Martin.