Global threats are continually evolving, and ongoing innovation is needed to meet critical national security requirements. Using traditional methods of building, delivering, and maintaining warfighting capabilities is insufficient. Timelines are too long. Costs are too high. Long lead times mean capabilities can’t keep up with changing threats. VTG is ensuring our military and national security customers face down threats with modernization that supports the rapid insertion of on-target capabilities.
Our model-based systems engineering reduces the time, cost, and risk required to develop, deliver, and sustain systems while ensuring interoperability across services. We are also transforming how cybersecurity is performed. Using DevSecOps, our purpose-built solutions integrate software development, cybersecurity, and operations to deliver secure capabilities aligned with mission objectives.
Incorporating Agile and DevSecOps methodologies, we collaborate with our customers to deliver highly secure solutions that respond quickly to changing conditions, shorten release cycles, and reduce costs. At the core of our high-velocity development environment is our DevSecOps software factory. This agile, continuous integration and delivery environment enables us to build and test security and functional capabilities simultaneously. As a result, we can rapidly put security-tested applications into the hands of the warfighter, knowing that they meet authorization-to-operate (ATO) requirements.
The Army-managed Defense Environmental Information Technology Management (EITM) program oversees DoD information technology applications that contribute to environmental sustainment and stewardship. VTG helped EITM adopt cloud computing technologies to deliver innovation and improve efficiency.
One primary focus area explores how applied machine learning can help support the Army’s environmental mission. Our efforts include developing the business case for how machine-learning can tackle current and future business and mission challenges; addressing how supervised machine-learning can deliver predictive insights into DoD’s environmental liabilities challenges; and exploring ways that machine-generated validation rules can speed data calls for congressional reporting. In addition, VTG delivered an innovative cloud records management solution to the Army’s Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel Program. We are now exploring ways to apply machine learning and image processing to enable automated discovery and assembly of information from millions of documents and data objects.