Freedom helps its clients ensure that their information practices and IT resources work together to effectively support long- and short-term business objectives. By utilizing enterprise architecture methodologies and applying knowledge of best practices and standards, Freedom offers scalable, enterprise-ready solutions ensuring that information is organized, protected and ready to use. We can provide FEAC and DODAF certified Enterprise Architects to supplement our client’s staff. These EA’s are complete with real world experience from engineering and program management so they can easily demonstrate how EA can be used to help program’s operate efficiently in today’s cost-constrained environment.
Freedom’s systems engineers help our clients identify high level architecture requirements, then systematically decompose those into lower level requirements. We have helped large federal agencies record and track agency level architecture requirements all the way down to functional requirements of subsystems. We help our clients navigate the upward slope of the Systems Engineering “V” by helping to plan and conduct major design reviews verifying the system design meets the documented requirements. With a strong focus on systems engineering tools and an IT-savvy engineering staff, we help organizations manage large-scale projects, designed with efficiency.
Product Lifecycle Management
Our staff has helped our clients bridge the gap between engineering and IT so that the product development lifecycle has the proper engineering standards and requirements and the IT tools support those requirements. Our systems engineers have helped our clients develop automated workflows for product approval and routing. Of particular note is the way 2D and 3D models are handled in federal contracting. To be efficient, procurement, engineering, management, and IT need to work together to enable engineering model submission and reuse during detailed modeling, simulation, and analysis.
With so many competing tools and applications for engineers and IT professionals to chose from, we believe the focus should be on the transportability of the data itself. We tend to be a tool-agnostic, data-centric team. To ensure that an organization is not bound by one vendor or one technology for the life of the program, we help our clients focus on how the data is architected so it can be transferred from designer, to developer, to customer, to operator.