WE’RE PARTNERS IN YOUR SUCCESS
BRMi serves both private and public sectors, from the national security establishment (e.g., U.S. Customs and Border Protection) to monetary and financial institutions (e.g., the American Bankers Association), statistical and regulatory bodies (e.g., the U.S. Department of Labor), and many others.
In line with our business philosophy, we approach our engagements as a partnership. BRMi specialists bring the energy, initiative, fresh perspective, real-world experience, and cross-domain expertise necessary to execute change and accelerate outcomes.
A Few of Our Recent Successes
Department of Health and Human ServicesComputer and Statistical Services
Department of Health and Human Services
DMS, a BRMi Company, provides qualified personnel to the National Institutes of Health to serve in the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (NCIF/FNLCR) with computer and statistical support, such as: enterprise application administration and support; end-user support; statistical and analytical services; scientific programming; application development and support; training; systems and database administration; IT project management; IT security; IT governance and service delivery management; strategic planning; and program management.
Department of the TreasuryCustomer-Centric Online Services
Department of the Treasury
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service needed to provide the public with volumes of dynamic information through online services. BRMi designed a customer-centric interface, developed a web-based content management tool, migrated content, and successfully launched the service using Agile principles. The service provides access to policies, procedures, and guidance information through an easy to use interface.
Department of JusticeIT Investment Health
Department of Justice
DOJ was unable to quickly or accurately assess the status or health of investments in IT across the enterprise. BRMi’s technical and analytics skills were used to create tools to capture and consolidate data from disparate data stores, cleanse and integrate the data, and present the information in a visual context. Interactive dashboards provide real-time, user definable views, reveal functional overlaps for further investigation, and identify trends across multiple variables.
Navy Federal Credit UnionAutomated Application
Navy Federal Credit Union
BRMi developed an automated application to create new membership accounts for the 30,000 Navy recruits that are processed through the Navy Recruit Training Center in Illinois each year. This application minimizes entry of repetitive data by customer service representatives for members who register for multiple services (checking account, savings account, credit card, mortgage, etc.).
Department of CommerceAnalysis and Database Rebuild
Department of Commerce
A computer virus destroyed EDA’s technical infrastructure and data stores. BRMi reestablished EDA’s services by analyzing mission and technical needs and rebuilding and repopulating critical databases. BRMi’s technical staff developed alternatives for re-hosting EDA infrastructure, security, and business application solutions and supported the migration effort. EDA is now operating on modern technologies and has improved access to data for analysis and operational support.
Department of Homeland SecurityMobile Access and Cloud Hosting
Department of Homeland Security
DHS needed to enable mobile-environment access to the Global Online Enrollment System (GOES) and rehost the application in the cloud. BRMi redesigned the application from the ground up using AngularJS, Restful services and Jenkins. Our team created DevOps-ready code that is accessible across multiple platforms.
Department of Homeland SecurityMobile Field Application
Department of Homeland Security
DHS needed to improve the management of sensitive assets used by agents in the field. BRMi developed a hybrid mobile application for Android & iOS devices using Mobile web technologies Ionic and Cordova. The app enabled agents to electronically submit inventories of sensitive assets such as firearms, credentials and body armor. Agents using the app now spend considerably less time on this formerly paper-based administrative function and fewer HQ staff are needed to reenter the information, correct errors, and match asset inventory records, saving thousands of hours of staff time each year.