Government Information Technology Projects
We have been awarded a GSA Schedule Type 70 for General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software and Services.
Here is a list of some government information technology projects that SAN Business Consultants are currently supporting or have supported recently for the federal government.
U.S. Department of Education, OCIO
SAN provided ED Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) open source technological solutions that enable the Department of Education to deliver world-class service to schools, students and their families.
U.S. Government Services Administration (GSA)
As the manager of thousands of federal properties, GSA is a national leader in providing sustainable and innovative solutions for design, workplace management and construction. SAN provides IT, lighting, security, electrical, audio, videoconferencing, LAN & data communications to multiple GSA projects across agencies.
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
SAN supports the VA Innovation Initiative (I2), Office of Information and Technology (OI&T), VHA Patient Care Radiology Diagnostic Services (PCS), the National Teleradiology Program (NTP), the Medical Device Isolation Architecture, Radiology Dose Monitoring, VISN wide PACS (Picture Archive and Communications Systems) design and acquisition support, and architecture. SAN is an expert in both the current legacy VistA system and in the reengineering modernization effort. SAN provided technical design, development and testing expertise for multiple VistA Imaging software development releases.
Department of Defense Military Health System
SAN supports the Department of Defense TRICARE Management Activity Office of Information Management, Technology and Reengineering. Our expertise in defining the architectural design and data standards for sharing of images and their related information across agencies. We defined the Wounded Warrior transfer to VA Polytrauma Center concept of operations and data exchange models, including the security architecture, the functional requirements, the use case scenarios, and the enterprise architectural diagrams.
US Army Institute of Surgical Research
The USAISR is dedicated to both laboratory and clinical trauma research. Its mission is to provide requirements-driven combat casualty care medical solutions and products for injured soldiers. The JTTR is the repository for all DOD trauma related data, including traumatic brain injury and embedded fragments. SAN provided management support.