vTech provided the Department of State with the required hardware equipment, namely: Palo Alto Enterprise Firewall PA-3050 (High-Speed Internet Gateway Deployments within Large Branch Offices and Medium Sized Enterprises) and PA-5020 (High-Speed Internet Gateway Deployments within Enterprise Environments) at competitive pricing.

By outsourcing their supplemental IT support, hardware, software and training needs to vTech, the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services agency was able to receive the continuous support they were seeking, in order to effectively maintain their infrastructure and respond to and resolve problems, thus, ensuring their systems are continuously available and function properly for their employees.

vTech provided Microsoft Premier Support Solution (now known as Microsoft Unified Support) which gives them access to an always-on global network of specialists with deep knowledge and expertise of Microsoft products. MPS includes an assigned Technical Account Manager that served as a single point of contact at Microsoft for driving proactive and reactive support for their Microsoft solutions.

vTech Solution maintains a strong partnership with leading IT hardware manufacturers and their authorized distributors across the country, from servers to IT Hardware and accessories to network resources such as, routers and switches. We were able to deliver 200 units of Dell LED Monitors to OPERS within the stipulated time frame of 60 days.

OSSE was looking to procure new Dell hardware and support and also wanted replacement equipment for existing hardware models that had been discontinued, along with warranty coverage on the equipment supplied. They wanted to make sure the equipment supplied is compatible with the district & agency’s information architecture.

Fulfilling contingent workforce needs was a challenge for AmeriHealth Caritas' Human Resources department. With juggling requests from multiple patient care units – some requiring highly specialized nurses, highly skilled healthcare equipment technicians, as well as, filling other positions for support departments - AmeriHealth was constantly in a tight spot.

OCTO was looking for additional support to manage its vast IT infrastructure. Considering the massive scope of its strategic objectives, OCTO is always partnering with technology consultants and implementation partners.

MWAA was in search of a qualified vendor to provide Network Engineering Staff Augmentation Services for weekday support needed to meet various IT Network Engineering requirements at both Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) and Dulles International Airport (IAD) locations.

In 2015, the client, BIPC had the need to migrate their existing data from one document review and case management system to the other. This required the conversion and extraction of data from Ringtail On-Premise, which was their existing case management system and its subsequent migration to Relativity.

AmeriHealth faced a daunting but necessary task of safely and securely assembling provider data. They sought a support arm to rely on to procure accurate provider data to manage risk, meet consumer demand, improve quality, control costs and support decision making.

The challenge was to migrate mainframe of OIT's application MOSES; data migration support for getting the benefits of cloud servers for DHEC; thorough technical research, analysis and a recommended solution to the risk of online unavailability for OFCO's programs CheckWrite and ARP; and a request for an Enterprise Data Architect to help RTA lead the ERP data migration project.

The Learning Management System (LMS) of GPLS, that serves as a portal for library staff across the State of Georgia, offers access to a multitude of courses to staff members for free. GPLS was lacking a properly customized LMS to aid in easier registration and access for its users. This LMS needed to be redesigned and replaced by a dynamic and user-friendly system.

In 2013, the client, SOM was faced with advanced technical services work involving the architecture, design, development, and management of highly complex computer systems. This included the design and oversight of the technical aspects of large-scale, complex systems, and the design and oversight of the integration of multiple applications for an agency (or agencies) within the SOM.

BCHA had been presented with the opportunity to enhance their existing website by making it userfriendly, easily navigable, and ADA compliant. They needed a website that was responsive and functional across multiple operating systems and devices. An intranet-driven employee login portal was becoming necessary as they were scaling their infrastructure towards better security. This transition required necessary and inescapable time to update.

DHS was looking for a support arm to manage the vast technical requirements for their new “MDTHINK” modernization platform. The vision of MDTHINK was to open the floodgates for endless volumes of data to flow into the system. With tremendous amounts of data pouring in from diverse sources and in multiple formats, it became crucial for DHS to store, process, and manage this data effectively.

DHS was looking for a support arm to manage the vast technical requirements for their new “MDTHINK” modernization platform. For this project, DHS lacked an adequate Business Rules Modelling System (BRMS), and had been presented with the opportunity to update their existing business rule engine and enable it to execute complicated business rules in the runtime production environment. They wanted to circumvent situations in which their business departments had to wait for several days after sending the project requirement “over the wall” to the IT department.

The Cotton & Tobacco department of Agricultural Marketing Service (Agency of USDA) had been lacking effective administrative support, causing poor coordination in administrative tasks amongst departments. There was no adequate personnel management in terms of their accessions, separations, attendance, etc. Office supply inventories were poorly managed and the department required urgent assistance to tackle the same.

CMTA was looking for additional support to manage their vast infrastructure. Considering the massive scope of its strategic objectives, CMTA is always partnering with technology consultants and implementation partners. CMTA wanted a dedicated partner who could: become a pro-active support arm for their administrative and IT domain that monitored, maintained and supported its various on-going implementations, provide both remote and on-site support, offer rapid issue response and bring relevant technical knowledge to the table.

DHS was looking for an additional support arm to manage their vast technical requirements and to procure Agile development resources that will be utilized as a part of their new MD THINK modernization platform.The goal was for DHS to create a data system that could support a more integrated, clientcentric approach to health and human services delivery and management.

Florida Department of Management Services was in search of a qualified vendor to provide Non-IT Staff Augmentation Services to meet various IT and associated Non-IT requirements at different Florida state agencies. They needed specialized technical positions filled within a specified time.

Massachusetts’ Operational Services Division was in search of a qualified vendor to provide IT Staff Augmentation Services to meet various IT requirements at different Massachusetts state agencies. They needed specialized technical positions filled within a specified time.

Integra LifeSciences had a shortage of manpower in their organization. There was a broad spectrum of talent required across different departments, with positions such as administrators, engineers, surgical technicians, technical writers, chemists, accountants, and graphic associates. This lack of resources was hindering the overall operations of the business and thus, the need for recruitment became imminent