Innovate Celebrates World Health Day 2021

For World Health Day 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) calls for a fairer, healthier world. While COVID-19 has impacted everyone, it has also exposed inequalities in health and healthcare access. The WHO emphasizes the need for collection and access to reliable health data to accurately assess inequities across populations and make data-driven decisions.

Innovate! Inc. (Innovate) has supported initiatives that gather and analyze health information that help organizations make more informed decisions and improve community health. Additionally, as a geospatial company, Innovate offers a unique perspective to health through the lens of geospatial data, technologies, and geographic information systems (GIS). With GIS, information can be instantly shared and updated in real-time, while complex data is analyzed and visualized for rapid response. GIS can be used to help improve communication of public health factors, identify communities at risk, and help manage critical resources.

We’ve helped our clients deliver on their mission to protect human health through the successful implementation of technology, geospatial services, and business consulting. Presented here are highlights of Innovate’s top health projects.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Safer Choice
The Safer Choice program works in partnership with industry, environmental groups, and academia to identify cleaning and other products that perform well and are safe for human health and the environment. The program empowers consumers to protect their health and minimize their impact on the environment through everyday purchasing decisions. Originally, Safer Choice staff and management had an increasing backlog of incoming applications to review and approve, spread across a complicated collection of databases, spreadsheets, documents, PDFs, and emails. As program response time increased, partner satisfaction decreased.

Innovate developed a custom Salesforce solution that offers a single structure for managing multiple facets of the Safer Choice Community, along with the flexibility of accessing the system anywhere. It now includes a simplified interface to a highly complicated and customized chemical formulation review process and a public facing online community that allows for companies to submit their new for review. The system facilitates project and program management and provides stakeholders the ability to monitor the progress of their applications and submissions. Safer Choice staff can communicate with program partners, receive critical documentation, and seamlessly process applications. Innovate developed custom functionality that prohibits submission of incomplete reviews and notifies third-party profilers about the specific review requirements that need to be met. This custom functionality benefits Safer Choice staff by effectively eliminating time spent by processing incomplete applications. Innovate was recognized by EPA OPPT with the 2016 Innovation Award for our work on the Safer Choice Tool.

EPA Office of Water (OW) – Sanitary Survey Application for Marine and Fresh Waters
The EPA OW works with states, territories, and tribal governments to protect and improve the nation’s water quality, a vital factor of human health. Innovate modernized OW’s Fresh Water and Marine Beach Sanitary Survey Application. We transformed the once-paper surveys into a web- and cloud-based application that is accessible over multiple platforms and devices through ArcGIS Survey123, which uses a consistent interface and data validation on each field, so collected data is less prone to error. The data feeds into ONE EPA GeoPlatform, a central repository for EPA partners—states, territories, and tribal governments—to collectively share data, visualize trends, create predictive modeling, or aid water quality decision-making. The data can be stored on the user’s device and then transmitted at a convenient time when the internet is accessible. This infrastructure provides the ability to maintain and extend core services throughout the application lifecycle, so as the EPA’s needs evolve, the survey will too. Innovate’s Sanitary Beach Survey was featured on NITAAC’s CIO-SP3 Solution Showcase as a solution that leverages a new approach to a complex IT challenge.

Do you have a health-IT problem we can solve? Interested in leveraging geospatial data to better understand health outcomes? Contact Stacy Roux at bd@innovateteam.com or 703-922-9090 ext. 723.

Innovate Celebrates World Water Day

This World Water Day, Innovate recognizes the importance of water in our health, livelihoods, and environments and the need to ensure clean, drinkable water for everyone. We reaffirm our dedication to supporting organizations and programs that seek to improve water quality across the US and world. Innovate is proud to work with organizations, such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to leverage geospatial solutions to help our partners understand and organize their mission-critical water data and facilitate better data-driven decision-making. Working together, we’ve created solutions that help programs manage their projects; detect, reduce, prevent, and eliminate sources of water pollution; and encourage other projects that seek to restore beaches, wetland, and other ecologies. Below are highlights of some of Innovate’s work with water quality projects and initiatives:

Chesapeake Healthy Watersheds Assessment (CHWA) Dashboard – EPA

The Chesapeake Bay Partnership (CBP), under the EPA, is responsible for environmental monitoring for the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed and promotes the improvement of watershed health in the area. Innovate developed the CHWA application, a visualization tool for CBP’s watershed GIS data. The application takes complex geospatial data and presents it in an interactive and user-friendly way. Users of CHWA can access information to support watershed conservation strategies and identify signals of change in healthy waters and watersheds. The app is used by CBP and other organizations to study and monitor the watershed catchments of the Chesapeake Bay.

Fresh Water and Marine Beach Sanitary Survey Application – EPA

The EPA works with states, territories, and tribal governments to protect and improve the nation’s water quality. The EPA Office of Water (OW) developed the Sanitary Surveys to help state and local beach programs identify sources of pollution in watersheds that are impacting beach water quality. State and local beach managers use the Sanitary Survey information to prioritize resources to improve beach water quality and develop models to predict beach water quality. The EPA OW, in conjunction with Innovate, developed an electronic entry form application based on the four Sanitary Surveys. This application is accessible via a mobile device using Esri’s Survey123 form and transmits the information to the ONE EPA Workplace GeoPlatform, which is then shared by different jurisdictions within the platform. The once paper survey is now an application that is accessible over multiple platforms—web browser, tablet, and mobile—allowing it to be viewed seamlessly on different devices. Users can complete and store forms offline which enables field data collection where connectivity is often unreliable. The data can be stored on the user’s device and then transmitted at a convenient time when the internet is accessible. Innovate’s application was featured on the National Institutes of Health Acquisition (NITAAC) Solution’s Showcase as a geospatial solution that impacts health and water quality.

San Francisco Bay Water Quality Improvement Fund (SFBWQIF) – EPA

The SFBWQIF program helps protect and restore the San Francisco Bay wetlands, water quality, and green infrastructure development. Innovate created an interactive Esri story map and dashboard. The story map includes an overview of the program, interactive dashboard, project progress, and visualized results of completed projects visualized. The dashboard provided up-to-date information on funding and project progress and had a web-based, version-controlled data editing environment to ensure consistency across project data. The story map and dashboard also helps users learn and understand the environmental results of completed projects on water quality, wetland restoration, and green infrastructure.

PFAS Vulnerability Assessment – EPA Guam

EPA is developing a model to predict the vulnerability of drinking water systems to contamination by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). These are unregulated compounds that do not break down in the environment but pose a high potential risk to human health. Innovate collaborated on a regional-scale assessment of known detections of PFAS, other potential sources, and public water systems. A detailed case study was undertaken on the island of Guam, where 177 wells and 234 potential sources of PFAS were identified. The analysis calculated the vulnerability of each well based on its distance from ranked potential sources of contamination. This study is currently the gold standard across the agency and Innovate is helping to plan ways to apply this analysis at a larger scale with state partners to better understand and detect PFAS compounds.

California Central Basin Aquifer Visualization – EPA Region 9

Innovate worked closely with EPA Region 9 (which focuses on the Pacific Southwest region of the United States), United States Geological Survey (USGS), and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) to create a 3D visualization of the aquifers and wells under the Central Basin, which services cities like Los Angeles. The long-term goal of the project is to better serve people who consume water from the local Central Basin by collecting data and expanding partnerships. We helped move the EPA and DTSC’s massive data holdings into a shared environment so both organizations can leverage the same information to make decisions. Once the data had been loaded, web scenes are created and shared with federated groups between DTSC and EPA. Based on the success of the 3D model, Innovate created a 2D model of the data to assesses underground water sources using well sampling to determine the hazard and prioritize water cleanup.

Curious how Innovate can leverage GIS data and technology to support your organization’s mission? For more information, please contact Stacy Roux at bd@innovateteam.com or (703) 922-9090 ext. 749.

 

Innovate Celebrates the International Day of Forests 2021

The UN announced the theme of the International Day of Forests for 2021 as, “forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being,” and called for the protection and revival of forests to address climate change crises. Innovate reaffirms the value of every tree, measured in economic, environmental, physical, and emotional benefits. We believe that a GIS approach to visualizing forest information can empower local and national reforestation efforts by offering new perspectives and insights. Innovate has collaborated with partners to understand and visualize the state of forests and preserve our forests. Presented below are a few of project highlights.

Integrated Reporting of Wildland Fire Information (IRWIN) – Department of Interior (DOI)
While wildland fires are a natural part of ecosystems, we’ve seen an increase in wildfires due to the effects of climate change such as warmed temperatures, reduced snowpack, and longer dry seasons. Because of these changes, forests are more susceptible to severe wildfire, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). Wildfire management is imperative to protecting and preserving our nation’s forests.

Innovate supports DOI IRWIN, a large-scale, cross-agency application that maintains data exchange operations between wildfire organizations and provides a comprehensive picture of national wildfire efforts. IRWIN interconnects systems so that new and updated information is automatically available to different interagency systems. This data is vital to situational awareness, fire danger modeling, incident mapping, and decision support to the wildfire community. We designed data workflows to optimize data architecture, developed data exchange tools to generate insights, and provided new tools for visualization. Innovate also created a dashboard with queries and reports. We were awarded Esri’s “Collaboration Partner” Federal Small Business Specialty Award 2020 for our application of GIS software and innovative solutions to help the US government run more efficiently and transparently.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Report on Environment (ROE)
Innovate developed and updated web-based geospatial visualization tools for EPA’s ROE. The ROE is a dynamic, interactive website that displays how the condition of the environment and human health in the US changes over time. The ROE uses 80+ indicators to track land, air, water, and ecological conditions, such as changes in forest biomass, and forest carbon storage. We integrated mapping layers to supplement existing indicators and information related to analytical methods for an indicator (regional boundaries, regional reference conditions, etc.) and developed tools to allow multiple metrics to be mapped together (e.g., sulfur dioxide emissions and acid deposition). The ROE allows user to interact with the environment and human health data in a visual way and adds geospatial perspectives to many of these indicators. The ROE especially emphasizes the vital role forests play in environmental and human health and its interconnectedness to other indicators. For example, acidification can injure and slow the growth of forests, which results in ecological changes, impacts greenhouse gas emissions, and bird populations.

Idaho Forest Group (IFG) – GIS Support
It is important that foresters engage in sustainable practices and restore forest health to reduce their impact on the environment. Innovate works with IFG to optimize their GIS systems and GIS data to support their sustainable practices. Our services include GIS enterprise deployment and maintenance, training, data analysis, data management, data acquisition, authoring map products, and publishing GIS layers. We supported the migration and integration of data from a paper-based system to a complete digital system supporting both desktop and mobile devices, which both reduced their paper consumption and provided a single, accessible data repository. Innovate developed a 3D map and other applications to assist timber acquisition planning and analysis.

We also created a solution for obtaining county-level parcel data and serving it in a seamless map layer. The Northwest Parcel map harvests and standardizes data received in various formats from over 30 counties located across Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. Our solution enhances the value of the data for land-use professionals across diverse disciplines, including forestry, utilities, planning, government, and others. This system can be easily expanded to accommodate additional parcel data and cost-share partners, and it can be customized for a client’s specific area of interest. The data are then post-processed with several natural resource layers and served alongside complementary layers such as soils, the National Hydrography Dataset, Public Land Survey System, and Aerial Imagery. By integrating and displaying their forestry GIS data in an easy-to-understand way, IFG can make data-driven decisions about forests and other natural resources.

Global Cooling Network
Innovate sponsors the Global Cooling Network, a 501(c)(3) organization. The Global Cooling Network’s mission is to preserve 1,000,000 acres of our nation’s forests in its natural, undeveloped state to counteract the effects of climate change and preserve forested land for animals and people to enjoy. While everyone may not have the means to reforest and preserve trees, the Global Cooling Network allows individuals to band together, as all donations go straight to preserving forested land. If you’re interested in donating to the Global Cooling Network and helping to preserve forests, you can visit www.globalcoolingnetwork.org.

If you’re wondering how a GIS approach to visualizing information can empower your organization’s efforts, you can contact Stacy Roux at bd@innovateteam.com or (703) 922-9090 ext. 749 to learn how Innovate can help.

Innovate Partners with Spokane Community College to Mentor GIS Students in Real-World Capstone Projects 

Innovate is collaborating with 21 students from Spokane Community College to develop GIS capstone projects with real-world applicationsThese capstone projects provide students the opportunity to apply skills from their GIS coursework in real-world instances. According to Marilyn Nielsen, an Environmental Sciences Instructor at Spokane Community College, Creating meaningful map products for community partners allows students to practice independent and creative problem solving, become familiar with organizations related to their career area, and give back to their communities. This educational opportunity prepares upcoming GIS professionals who will push the field into new and exciting territories while maintaining a focus on users and communities 

In support of this collaboration, Innovate reached out to several of our local clients who expressed interest in supporting this initiativeCity of Ponderay, Idaho; City of Moses Lake, Washington; and the Sewer and Water District of Bayview, Idahoand matched students with projects based on their strengths and interest areas. Projects include street traffic control sign inventory and mapping, parks and green space corridor mapping, 3D mapping value per acre analysis, and digitizing wastewater features from as-built drawings. Innovate staff will serve as mentors for the students and coordinate communications between students and the City and District Managers.  

At the end of March, students will present their final mapping products to the managers. We’re excited to not only see the results but to help emerging GIS professionals gain valuable experience working with clients and performing GIS analysis and designFor more information about this capstone collaboration, please contact Innovate’s Jared Yost at jyost@innovateteam.com. 

NITAAC Rescinds CIO-SP3 Small Business Stop Work Order

As of January 26, 2021, NITAAC rescinded the stop work order on the Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Small Business category enabling Innovate! Inc. to perform work as a prime contractor under the vehicle.  CIO-SP3 is multiple award Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) under the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Assessment and Acquisition Center (NITAAC). In addition, Innovate! is currently an 8(a)-contract holder on the vehicle. Innovate services all ten (10) task areas of this vehicle, optimizing customer access and use of CIO-SP3. 

CIO-SP3 offers government agencies an unprecedented breadth of IT that supports the Federal Enterprise Architecture, the Federal Health Architecture, and the DoD Enterprise Architecture, and it can be used to meet the requirements of agencies with Data Center Consolidation, Cloud Computing, Health IT, Mobility, and Cybersecurity needs. Highlights of CIO-SP3 include:

  • Ceiling value of $20 billion, and it can be used by federal civilian or Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies to meet scientific, health, administrative, operational, managerial and information management requirements.
  • Easy-to-use, secure web-based e-GOS ordering system for automated task order completion, set-aside, management, and awardee selection and notification.
  • NITAAC customer service center can deliver a 1-hour response time for any contractual, technical or procedural question, and it provides 1-day turnaround on free, comprehensive SOW/SOO assessment for every task order.
  • No special “Delegation of Procurement Authority” required.
  • Streamlined ordering and procedures under FAR Subpart 16.505 save time, money, and resources.
  • Simplified evaluations at the task order level, resulting in significant savings in time, money, and resources.
  • Ceiling rates were negotiated at the Master Contract level to be the best available, so agencies start with the most competitive rates available; however, competition will only help to lower those rates further.
  • Innovate was awarded all 10 task areas for optimal access to our clients.

Under the NITAAC program, agencies receive an easy-to-use, secure web-based e-GOS ordering system for automated task order completion, set-aside, management, and awardee selection and notification. The customer service center can deliver a 1-hour response time for any contractual, technical or procedural question, and it provides 1-day turnaround on free, comprehensive SOW/SOO assessment for every task order. Finally, there is no special “Delegation of Procurement Authority” required. Meanwhile, the GWAC offers streamlined ordering and procedures under FAR Subpart 16.505 save time, money, and resources.

CIO-SP3 Small Business Contract Holders have gone through a comprehensive review process prior to award, which includes dimensions such as technical capabilities, past performance, price, and cost. This enables contract officers to use simplified evaluations at the task order level, resulting in significant savings in time, money, and resources. Furthermore, ceiling rates were negotiated at the Master Contract level to be the best available, so agencies start with the most competitive rates available; however, competition will only help to lower those rates further.

For details, please visit Innovate’s CIO-SP3 page or reach out to our team: CIO-SP3@innovateteam.com.

Innovate and Chesapeake Bay Program: Healthy Watersheds Assessment Application

The Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) is a unique regional partnership that brings together federal and state agencies, local governments, non-profit organizations, and academic institutions to restore the Chesapeake Bay. As part of their efforts, the CBP recognizes the importance of conserving and sustaining healthy watersheds.

The CBP recently contracted with Innovate to create the Chesapeake Healthy Watersheds Assessment (CHWA) application, a visualization tool for their watershed GIS data. The goal of the CHWA is to promote the improvement of Chesapeake Watershed health through the visualization of its watershed health metrics. The application takes complex data—60+ attributes for over 80,000 unique catchments—and allows users, specifically non-GIS professionals, to interact with and visualize the data. Users of CHWA will be able to access useful information to support watershed conservation strategies and identify signals of change in healthy waters and watersheds.

Innovate created CHWA using Esri’s WebApp Builder Developer Edition. The mapping application contains over 130 layers and 9 widgets/tools, which enable users to use specific layers, filter data, turn on satellite imagery as a basemap, and create bookmarks for easy navigation, all on demand. One of the key features of the application is a custom reporting tool, designed by CBP staff and built by Innovate’s Max Marno via a custom Web AppBuilder widget. This tool allows users to explore metrics and indices related to watershed health and generate a custom report for the selected catchment. The app will be used by CBP and other organizations to study and monitor the watershed catchments of the Chesapeake.

Innovate! Proud to Launch Drone and Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) Services

Innovate announces the launch of our drone and small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) services as a powerful, cost-effective method of aerial data collection. We have FAA Part 107 certified pilots on staff with the skills and know-how to produce a range of products. A drone can generate high-resolution orthoimagery, elevation products, point cloud, 3D models, and other high-resolution static imagery. These products can be used for a variety of purposes, such as inspections, architectural planning, asset inventory and management, and marketing materials. Using drones and sUAS can also drastically reduce costs when compared to conventional surveying inspection or mapping workflows.

Innovate leverages our experience as a geospatial company to provide expertise in post-processing and analysis while maintaining a customer-focused perspective. We have certified staff members with a combined 14 years of piloting experience who can take customers through the process and spectrum of products and help evaluate the best fit for the customer’s needs. Additionally, as an Esri Silver Business Partner, we are experts at Esri technology throughout the drone workflow, from Esri Sight Scan to Drone2Map to ArcGIS Pro.

How does it work? First, Innovate performs a project evaluation to understand what the customer wants and determines whether drone services are the best fit. The next stage is flight planning and area of interest selection. Detailed flight planning allows us to estimate flight time and end-product characteristics, such as overlap, resolution, coverage, and ideal ground control point (GCP) placement to improve the accuracy of end products. We then place survey-grade GCPs. After GCP placement, we fly our drones and collect the data. Finally, we process the data and meet back with the client to explain the final products.

For our pilot flight, Innovate’s Max Marno worked with the Community Development Department of the City of Driggs, Idaho to utilize drone services for planning and marketing purposes. The City is developing a new aquatic center to be constructed summer 2021. Using drones at the future site of construction, Max was able to use sUAS to produce several key deliverables for the City. These deliverables included a 3D model for marketing purposes, a digital elevation model (DEM) for architectural planning, and other integral decision-making data on site selection.

Wondering how to leverage drone services for your project? For more information, please contact us at bd@innovateteam.com or (703) 922-9090.

Innovate Awarded NOAA NMITS Contract 

Innovate is excited to announce the award of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NOAA Mission Information Technology Services (NMITS) $2.1B Small Business BPA as part of Reston Consulting Group’s (RCG) team. NMITS is a NOAA- wide contract for enterprise IT services that advances NOAA’s mission by achieving excellence in IT service delivery. 

The team RCG assembled is full of award winning and customer service-focused members that are expert in meeting essential service requirements both now and for the future. Innovate will provide focused geospatial and Salesforce related support for NOAA’s digital transformation journey.  Calling our on success with the NOAA Greater Atlantic Regional Fishing Office IT Support program, we look forward to reengaging NOAA.   

The NMITS team’s collective expertise and certifications are unparalleled and include CMMI-SVC, CMMI-DEV, ISO 27001, ISO 20000, ISO 9001, Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) SIN, Managed Hybrid Cloud secure hosting platform; and ISO 27017 certifications for Cloud Security Management. A core strength is our experience supporting agency CIO and OCIO’s on over eight Cybersecurity programs and digital transformation solutions. 

Our excellent history with NOAA demonstrates that our team provides the full range of advanced solutions that the staff and line offices require including enterprise services; customer support services; mission and business applications, tools, and web services; enterprise computing; end-to-end Cloud; shared services; space based and field data management; network services; and cybersecurity and information assurance services. Our team’s experience in scientific and technical agencies demonstrates a deep understanding of the unique demands of NOAA’s mission to protect life and property.  

 

Innovate! Inc. Appraised at CMMI Maturity Level 3 for Services

ALEXANDRIA, VA – INNOVATE! INC. (www.innovateteam.com), a premier Cloud and GIS Platform Integration Services Company, is pleased to announce it has been appraised at CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)® Level 3 for Services. An appraisal team led by Multi-Dimensional Maturity (MDM) performed a CMMI Institute Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) for Innovate.  Demonstrating appraisal readiness at the highest level in the company’s history, this successful CMMI® Maturity Level 3 appraisal is reflective of Innovate!’s commitment to continuous process improvement and mature process implementation.

An appraisal at maturity level 3 indicates Innovate! is performing at a “defined” level. Our organization’s processes are well characterized and understood, and are described in standards, procedures, tools, and methods. Our set of standard processes, which is the basis for maturity level 3, is established and improved over time.

Innovate Management’s demonstrated commitment to business and technical excellence and CMMI Maturity Level 3 helped to ensure this success. Auditor Dr. Richard Waina commented, “All levels of the organization are involved in and focused on continuous improvement. Every individual’s commitment to process discipline and improvement was quite evident.”

“The CMMI® Services Level 3 rating is a distinction that clearly demonstrates to our customers that we are fully committed to process improvements that assure the delivery of superior product, system and service solutions. This maturity level is an important competitive differentiator on many government programs and is consistent with Innovate!’s culture of continuous improvement and commitment to delivery excellence,” Phill Thomas, Innovate’s CEO commented.

This widely recognized model, in use for ten years, has been the basis of over 21,000 appraisals in 100+ countries on all seven continents. Companies and organizations using this model have achieved performance excellence as measured by increased productivity, improved quality, better control of projects, reduced cycle time and decreased costs through using the CMMI to guide process improvement. Organizations typically report productivity improvements of 10-50% and a return on investment of 4:1 (cost savings realized vs. process improvement dollars invested).

The SCAMPI was conducted August 31-September 4, 2020 in accordance with the model described in the CMMI Institute’s publication Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI-SVC) for Services, version 1.3. The appraisal was based on the previously agreed to criterion of thoroughly examining 100% of the specific and generic goals and practices for Maturity Level 2 and 3 Process Areas. The SCAMPI team consisted of four trained team members in accordance with the CMMI Institute requirements for conducting a Class A SCAMPI. The members of the team were Dr. Richard Waina (MDM Certified Lead Appraiser), Tom Perkowitz and Bobby Jo Britt of Innovate and Judy Rexin and Nino Guidry of Integration Technologies Group.

“Innovate’s earning CMMI 3 in such a short period of time is due to all the processes and systems that our team had already been using.  It is a validation of the quality of work that is being done daily to deliver Innovate services to our valued clients,” noted Tom Perkowitz, Innovate Quality Manager.

About Innovate! Inc: More Than a Consulting Company

Innovate! delivers elite Geospatial, Information Technology, Cloud Advisory, Management and Business Consulting services. The talent pool at Innovate, led by renowned industry leaders, consists of a multi-disciplinary team of analysts; information management and technology specialists (IM/IT); geospatial professionals; scientific and technical experts; regulatory specialists; and project and program management consultants. Innovate, established in 2002, is a woman and minority owned “green” small business providing results-driven solutions to solve mission-critical problems. Innovate! has an award-winning history of delivering state-of-the-art services and solutions to Federal, State, Tribal and local government clients and private industry. www.InnovateTeam.com

Media Contact or for more information: Stacy Roux Business Development Manager, sroux@innovateteam.com 703.922.9090 x749; Innovate! Inc., 6189 Cobbs Road, Alexandria, VA 22310

About CMMI:

CMMI Institute www.cmminstitute.com is the global leader in the advancement of best practices in people process, and technology. CMMI Institute promises to inspire cultures of continuous improvement that elevate performance and create a sustainable competitive advantage.

Innovate!’s Sanitary Beach Survey Application Proudly Featured on NITAAC’s CIO-SP3 Solution Showcase

 

The NITAAC CIO-SP3 Solutions Showcase offers insight into the innovative quality Information Technology (IT) solutions that CIO-SP3 contract holders deliver. The Solutions Showcase serves as a newsfeed that highlights new approaches to today’s more complex IT challenges. Innovate is proud to be featured in this edition’s Solutions Showcase for our Sanitary Beach Survey Application.

To learn more, check out the the NITAAC CIO-SP3 Solutions Showcase Blog!

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