ECS has received a deal from the Maritime Sierra Resort Aviation Readiness Software to offer modernization expert services and technological support.
Underneath the a few-12 months, $19 million company-fixed-price agreement, the ECS crew is tasked with performing operational agile software program engineering, upkeep and sustainment, enhancements and regimen updates, among other obligations, the Fairfax, Virginia-dependent company explained Wednesday.
“ECS is honored to perform on M-SHARP as we proceed to present reducing-edge IT answers which assistance our Nation’s warfighters be mission prepared,” commented John Heneghan, president of ECS and a receiver of the 2022 Wash100 Award.
M-SHARP is an online coaching administration application that will allow models to participate in flight demonstrations and keep overcome techniques by way of actual-time forecasting, scheduling, proactive workout routines and reporting. It is overseen by the U.S. Marine Corps Teaching and Training Command Aviation Specifications Department.
ECS has a background of contribution to M-SHARP and their key incumbent position on the new agreement needs them to furnish person help and schooling, aid desk help and accreditation and data assurance, in addition to cloud hosting maintenance and sustainment.
In the past, ECS has outfitted M-SHARP with a coaching and readiness module that was reportedly valuable to the program, as nicely as spearheaded the system’s migration to a protected, USMC cloud database that strengthened software functionality.
Hunting forward, ECS will extend its do the job providing Maritime Aircraft Wing models with discipline support agent conclusion support and training, along with its contributions of an integrated ticketing program, enhanced logging and reporting and specialized flight agenda capabilities.
“We’re thrilled to carry on our help of M-SHARP, leveraging Scaled Agile Frameworks (Protected) to consistently deliver new abilities to the MAWs on time and on finances,” said Luis “CC” Colon-Castro, vice president of mission techniques at ECS.