As a prime contractor CSS provides technical expertise and support in Payment Management processes, Payment Management Operations and Maintenance (O&M), and secure Payment Management system development, implementation, and deployment. CSS, along with our partner Pichler Computing, Inc., assists Fiscal Service in sustaining the “legacy” Payment Management systems (Treasury Check Information System (TCIS) and Treasury Receivable Accounting Collection System (TRACS)) during its operational transfer to the incumbent system (Post Payment System (PPS)). Upon complete transition of operational capabilities from the legacy systems to the incumbent system, the CSS Team will support the new system and phasing out of the legacy systems. This effort will ensure the Fiscal Service utilize the state-of-the-art technology while allowing no gaps in its capabilities or services for its customer, government agencies.
CSS is supporting system development life cycle activities, including requirements specification and development of acquisition documents for products and services, as required to modernize Maryland’s Enterprise Budget System (EBS) capabilities. Specifically, Team CSS is providing personnel who apply appropriate skills, beginning with Technical Project Management, to complete data and operational requirements, and support development of EBS-related requests for proposals and supporting acquisition documents. Team CSS will augment services to include Functional Project Management; Quality Assurance Management; Project Administration; Data and Systems Architecture; Financial Systems Analysis; Personnel Systems Analysis; Technical Writing; and Implementation Planning through a formally coordinated Work Order process at the request of the State. This work includes interacting with State Agencies to capture their requirements, gathering lessons learned from other States who have implemented similar systems, and supporting market capability and implementation best-practices research.
Motor Vehicle Administration
Performed Business Intelligence and WebFOCUS Support for the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Performed Business Intelligence and WebFOCUS Support for the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
- As a sub contractor to Pragmatics Inc. CSS is currently supporting the corporations Financial Institution Supervisory and Insurances applications in Java and .Net technologies, utilizing Oracle, SQL Server and DB2 database platforms
- As a sub contractor to Data Solutions and Technology CSS is supporting the Development Tools Task Order by providing SAS and ArcGIS administration support as well as desktop solutions support
- Under the ITAS I contract, CSS as a sub contractor to Pragmatics Inc., provided the following support:
- Program and Project Management
- Oracle and SQL Server Database Management Support
- Oracle Middleware (WebLogic) support
- Business Objects Administration and Development Support
At USPTO, as a sub to CGI-Federal, CSS was tasked with modernizing the legacy intake of trademark applications. This effort was part of the Trademark Next Generation (TMNG) overall undertaking that consolidates various silo autonomous systems (also known as AIS) into a distributed architecture for efficient data sharing and collaboration. This project makes up a subset of TMNG architecture called eFile that deals with trademark handling by external users. The eFile project consists of Initial Application – the process which provides initial data intake mechanism as well as automation of Attorney Global Forms which will eliminate the manual processing of attorney updates. The CSS Team was responsible for the enterprise software development of both initial application and attorney forms automation. The team provided application development, worked in collaboration with other teams to comply with the overall vision and architecture, supported deployments for different environments, practiced agile methodology and spearheaded the collaboration amongst teams.
On the DoJ ITSS-4 contract, CSS supports the Executive Office of US Attorneys (EOUSA) with Java, Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware support as a sub to CACI.
CSS Supports multiple IT related contracts for FRB as both Prime and Sub contractor.