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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) established CRISP as an information security program targeted at all VA personnel to progress the Department from a compliance-based culture to a security-conscious culture. In addition to fostering culture change, CRISP is also used to guide our work in establishing information security across the enterprise. It is the framework we use to develop plans, implement activities, and make continuous adjustments to our approach to meet the goal of protecting VA and Veteran information. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) operates one of the world’s largest information technology (IT) infrastructures, supporting over 1,000 user applications on tens of thousands of servers in thousands of server rooms, over thousands of desktops, laptops, medical devices, and mobile devices, and a huge national communications network.
Our team of Tier II, III, IV analysts are providing a variety of different skills in support of remediation vulnerability support. We have Deployment analysts, System Administrators, Network Administrators, Systems Engineers, Test Engineers, and Security Analysts working in 31 facilities in 26 states.
US ARMY ATRRS
The US Army ATRRS is the Army’s authoritative source for institutional training management. It affords the Army capability to define and approve overall individual, institutional training requirements; use that as a basis for funding the training base; allocate training seat quotas to the command level; track arrival and completion; and maintain individual training completion histories for Army personnel.
Our team of .NET Developers are responsible for building a competency management capability into the ATRRS CHRTAS (Civilian Human Resource Training Application System) module which will result in development of 3-4 specific function sub-modules and enable Army leaders to ultimately determine if the Army is receiving adequate return on investment for the training they are funding and either conducting or contracting for. End state is capability for the Army to be able to demonstrate it is getting the proper ROI on the training dollars it is spending. Our team of Help Desk Analysts perform a variety of user-problem analyses and assist with monitoring ATRRS network management systems and ensure a prompt and appropriate response to customer requests.