We have served the needs of the public and private sectors for 29 years. We are SBA SDB certified and have proven management processes that are maintained at the CMMI® Level 3 standard and designed to continually improve contract performance. Our technical approach is aligned with our customer's goals and performance targets.
GreenDOC™ enables on-demand information access and security in the form of a searchable digital document repository. Let us convert your physical documentation into digital assests that eliminate office clutter and make rapid information access a reality.
Victim Web™ helps to keep people affected by mass traumatic incidents informed and engaged in the conversations and legal preceedings following those events. Our technology is rapidly deployable, eliminates complexity, and saves organizations money.
ENSSoS™ helps agencies to simultaneously alert mass populations in the event of a traumatic incident using multimodal communication channels. Coordinate responses and make decisions that may impact lives and property when disaster strikes.
We have developed a history of support to the federal government through the building of a variety of financial systems. We are experts in applications that handle debt management, claims processing and fund accounting. We have accquired a wealth of knowledge in our capacity to assist our government partners in building financial reports. Our abilities are further exemplified by our support of the Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System (GTAS).
We have extensive experience in supporting secured infrastructure (SI) activities for the DoD (Department of Defense) and other federal clients. The events of September 11, 2001, and its incurred business disruptions gave urgency to the need to develop plans for business continuity. We currently work closely with the Bureau of the Fiscal Service to develop plans and strategies to allow mission-critical business functions to continue in the event of disaster.
We document the accessibility status of all of our products and services using the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT). There is one M-Cubed VPAT to document the conformance of all relevant M-Cubed products and services.
VPAT is a tool used to document a product's conformance with the accessibility standards under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The purpose of the VPAT is to assist Federal contracting officials and other buyers in making preliminary assessments regarding the availability of commercial Electronic and Information Technology products and services with features that support accessibility.
Our VPAT is available in the Adobe Acrobat (PDF), and Microsoft Word (DOC), formats:
Our VPAT may point out specific features which may not be accessible but have alternative solutions; in some cases, our VPAT may point out a specific feature that is not currently accessible and has no alternate solution. In situations where an entire component is not accessible, this will be clearly indicated and responses to the technical and functional provisions will only pertain to those components that are accessible. We do this in order to simplify the reading of our VPAT.
NOTICE: The contents of the documents above are subject to change without notice. The information contained does not constitute legal advice, warranty, or guarantee regarding a person's ability to comply with applicable accessibility requirements. Such a determination is the sole responsibility of the purchaser.
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DADS II (Data Access and Dissemination Systems II) was a large-scale undertaking. The DADS II System is intended to help analyze information from roughly 150 million households and 300 million people. The system aggregates ten to twenty thousand cells of data are from roughly 10 million geographic entities. The data is used for the dissemination of data and data products for the 2010 Decennial Census. All DADS components were built using a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) framework and XML interfaces. The application was deployed on a Websphere Application Server (WAS) and developed using the SPRING/STRUTS frameworks, HIBERNATE, and portlets for session persistence. DADS II was a CMMI Level III certified project.
M-Cubed was responsible for providing administrative and engineering support for Fort Detrick backbone network system components to include TDF Firewalls, Domain Name Servers (DNSs), CISCO routers, switches, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs), LINUX logging servers, and NIPRNET/SIPRNET connectivity. The backbone network components fully support the DISA 99.9% reliability management threshold for organizational messaging. The system administration was to include product implementation, application of required software updates, completion of site specific component configuration modifications, completion of component back-ups, component hardening against security risks, and a maintained network topology and device configuration documentation. M-Cubed provided 24/7 on-site and remote network technical support for the task order.
M-Cubed provided application programming and related tasks, implementation and maintenance of new/revised processes, and special analyses and studies. These systems included support for Connect:Direct transmissions in support of the Treasury Check Information System (TCIS) and Connect:Direct support for the Government Wide Accounting (GWA) and the Central Accounting Front End Module (CAFÉ), support for the CARS system, CIA system and TCIS/CP&R systems.
Major Nidal M. Hasan, a psychiatrist stationed at Fort Hood, was charged with thirteen counts of premeditated murder and thirty-two counts of attempted premeditated murder. The United States Army was in need of a solution to provide a secure way for the Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) and Department of Justice (DOJ) personnel to release information to the families and victims involved in the trial of United States vs. MAJ Nidal Hasan.
GFRS is an Oracle-based Internet application designed to collect the Federal Program Agency's (FPAs) closing package information. The closing package is a set of special purpose financial statements that represents the FPAs' comparative, audited consolidated, department-level financial statements. This package is used to prepare the Financial Report of the United States (FR). The primary purpose of this process is to present a comprehensive report on the Government’s financial position as well as defining a mechanism to assist with resolving material deficiencies identified by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). M-Cubed has been providing maintenance support for this application since 2009.
As prime contractor, M-Cubed was responsible for the design, development and implementation of a Web 2.0 based J2EE financial reporting system for the U.S. Department of the Treasury Financial Management Service (FMS). The Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System (GTAS) system was designed to collect accounting trial balance (ATB) data from Federal Program Agencies (FPA), validate the data against FMS central accounting system data and U.S. Standard General Ledger (USSGL) rules, and provide financial and analytical reports in support of the preparation for the Financial Reports (FR) of the U.S. Government.
STAR is a mainframe-based system, written in the COBOL programming language, and created in the 1980s as an internal system with a small number of users. STAR gathers information collected from various sources, with daily inputs from downstream feeder systems (such as IPAC system), as well as monthly inputs from SoT reports (such as the 224, 1219/1220, and 1218/1221). At the end of the month, based on these various sources, STAR generates output reports (such as the Statement of Differences [SoD]), which presents reconciliation discrepancies from the redundant reporting procedures. Two other major outputs from STAR are the Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) and the Treasury Combined Statement (TCS).
M-Cubed provided comprehensive document scanning, conversion and indexing support services to the Office of Civilian Personnel of the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) at its corporate facility. M-Cubed furnished all of the necessary equipment, hardware, software, services, qualified personnel, and material as needed to perform the requirements of the Statement of Work. M-Cubed ensured Coast Guard Civilian Personnel Pay Records were scanned and converted from paper to digital format; producing fully searchable DVD-ROM media. M-Cubed scanned each document and created PDF files tagged for easy retrieval. M-Cubed was also responsible for the pick-up of hard copy records from Coast Guard Headquarters.
M-Cubed was responsible for the scanning and conversion to a searchable PDF of paper documents, microfilm, and microfiche which would ultimately be stored in an indexed SharePoint repository for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point (USMA). The work was performed at M-Cubed's TOP SECRET facility in Silver Spring, Maryland. The USMA data, which is PII sensitive, was securely transported and stored at M-Cubed's facility.
The Judgment Fund is a permanent and indefinite appropriation available to pay judicially and administratively ordered monetary awards against the United States. The fund is also available to pay amounts owed under compromise agreements negotiated by the U.S. Department of Justice in settlement of claims arising under actual or imminent litigation, if a judgment on the merits would be. The statutory authority for the Judgment Fund is authorized under 31 U.S.C. § 1304. M-Cubed provided application programming and related tasks, implementation and maintenance of new/revised processes.