CNC clients use our experience and staff for acquisition support services.
define, generate, integrate, and execute programmatic and technical plans,
analyses, reports, and baseline documentation needed to progress through the
acquisition life-cycle phases. CNC
also helps develop acquisition strategies through concept development,
requirements definition and analysis, technology readiness assessment,
contracting, systems engineering, test evaluation, and sustainment
For additional information, please contact
Jim Ackermann at 240-207-2150.
CNC strategy, planning, and
deployment support services include Cloud Computing, IT Mobility,
Biometrics, Security and Compliance, Web Content Management Systems, Web and
Video Conferencing, Virtualization, Software Defined Networks, Software
Defined Data Centers, Analytics and Big Data, and Business Intelligence. For
additional information, please contact
Andy Bove at 240-207-2150.
Making cost cutting decisions on federal
programs requires the ability to
efficiently synthesize an overwhelming amount of information. This requires
a hierarchy of information that spans data, information, knowledge, and
analytics. Compounded with increasing expectations of performance and the speed at which decisions
must be made, the potential exists for disastrous decisions -- unless a
proven methodology is applied. The CNC Portfolio, Program and Project
Performance Assessment (P4A™)methodology has successfully
helped decision makers conquer similar challenges on over 50 engagements.
For additional information, please
click on "P4A
or contact Andy Bove at 240-207-2150.
CNC provides a full range of IT Mobility and
MDM solutions and services. Please click on "CNC
for information on our mobility solutions.
For additional information and
to meet with CNC,
Greg West at 240-207-2150.
CNC is a NIH CIO-SP3 prime contractor. Please
"CIO-SP3 SB" to access information on the CNC NITAAC CIO-SP3 SB contract vehicle. For
additional information and teaming with CNC, please contact Greg West at
new cloud and mobility environment, the workforce is rapidly exploiting the
benefits of mobility and cloud computing. The workforce is
rapidly becoming mobile, capable of working anywhere and anytime, skillful in
using social media, and knowledgeable about a wide range of cyber matters.
committed to helping our clients transition securely and efficiently to
the cloud and adoption of IT
mobility. Our solutions
include IT Mobility, MDM services, Cloud Migration, Cloud Brokerage and Exchange, Cyber-security, Shared IT
Services, and IP Convergence.
And to maintain
competitive advantage, CNC teams with small and large best-in-class businesses
to complement our business strategy and offer our clients transformational
and cost reducing solutions.
The use of cloud computing is
obviously growing rapidly. Cloud computing is fast becoming the bulk of IT spending. Cloud adoption is
originating with enterprises seeking cost effective ways to provide IT
services, decrease time to market, and increase agility in rendering services.
The public IT cloud services market is
expected to grow at an annual rate of approx. 25% a year between now and 2017,
five times greater than the growth rate of the entire IT industry. Additionally, cloud spending is expected to propel about 20%
of IT spending in such areas as system infrastructure software and servers.
While current focus on cost is driving the ongoing infrastructure based change,
future growth will most likely shift in favor of applications and
will originate in the re-engineering and
migration of legacy applications. Application
cloud migration will be where the value lies and where cloud
migration work will need to be done to take advantage of the fairly low cost