US CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION (CBP)
Presidio continues to provide qualified technical, administrative and managerial support personnel 24 x 7 on-site to assist CBP in providing services in the areas of data management, system security administration and database software support. The support includes maintaining CBP mission-critical, high availability, high transaction volume databases, which support enterprise wide systems such as border monitoring, passenger manifest, equipment manifest and border security applications. Additionally, support includes enhancing current database system capabilities and architecting, developing and implementing new database technologies.
Activities also include:
US IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
Presidio provides program/project management support services that include assuring that project activities and deliverables are accomplished on time, monitoring and tracking the availability of funds authorized for projects, resolving task order level management and programmatic issues, monitoring/ensuring task order performance within budget and schedule, reviewing reports for accuracy and performing trends and performance analysis, monitoring and tracking appropriate approval procedures for ODC authorizations, implementing quality control measures, facilitating/maintaining interaction and coordination between ICE program/project leads and the contractor. This effort continues a long standing Presidio ICE relationship to provide Program Management support since August 1997.
DHS NAC EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM "ATHOC"
Presidio provided the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with an Emergency Notification System (ENS) at the DHS Nebraska Avenue Complex (NAC), to alert employees in the event of emergencies. Presidio utilized the AtHoc ENS, required to support Emergency Alerting and Personnel Accountability, for the 3000 employees of the DHS NAC. Presidio integrated the system with the local Active Directory systems for end user/recipient and organizational hierarchy synchronization.
The ENS consists of the following major components: