Federal government systems are immensely complex and, increasingly, interdependent. CCSi recognizes that as the missions of different government agencies become more interrelated, the systems and processes that support those missions grow correspondingly more complex. It is clear that traditional systems engineering approaches are evolving to address the challenges of such enterprise systems, many of which cross organizational boundaries. CCSi has the proven expertise and skill sets to determine how well the individual systems in an enterprise perform and how they affect each other's performance and output. Our services include architecture development, strategic planning, systems integration, and risk analysis to customers across Federal government agencies.
CCSi engineering teams work with executive management and internal working groups of enterprises to achieve their value proposition, to improve overall organizational operations, and adapt to changing technology and customer expectations. CCSi uses state of the art modeling techniques and tools to facilitate understanding and represent enterprises so that they can be effectively analyzed and designed, and ultimately, improve enterprise performance. CCSi teams of professionals document and address how enterprises function, how their processes operate and interact, how work gets done, how performance is measured, and how value is created.