WHAT GOVERNMENT LOOKS FOR IN A DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNER
At minimum, the systems, platforms, applications, and devices necessary to get work done in your current environment need to be integrated, reliable and secure. Beyond that, government needs strong analytics to help improve citizen experiences, reduce costs, and access to the people who will help you adapt when inevitable change occurs.
PRESIDIO FEDERAL CORE
DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE CAPABILITIES
Site Survey Engineering
Mapping, guiding, planning, designing infrastructure that is based on the specific needs and business process of the government and their mission.
Systems & Network Engineering
Guiding , architecting, building, implementing and integrating , network solutions.
- LAN Technologies – Ensuring communication between devices connected to your local area network
- Network Transport – Designing the path your data will travel ensuring security and redundancy
- WAN Design – Design methodology providing network access for remote sites for both wired and wireless users
- Wireless – Bringing together users from multiple devices globally leveraging appropriate wireless networks
- Validated Circuit/Path Diversity – Establishing procedures to associate a certificate to a trust anchor and confirm that the certificate is valid for use
NOC/SOC Design and Operations
Maintaining technical infrastructure within a Network Operations Center while also running a Security Operations Center that monitors for threats and ensures data protection.
Data Center Consolidation
Streamlining IT systems to achieve the greatest security, reliability, and ROI
Internet of Things (IoT)
Connecting all your smart devices to the appropriate networks with the analytical support that drives decision making
Securing the edge and access to the Crown Jewels
Information Technology (IT) Solution Systems
Maintenance and management of the systems that drive government for FedCiv and DoD