Federal Case Studies

   Client:  U.S. Department of Energy, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Headquarters, Washington, D.C. and Germantown, MD

   Project:  iManage 2.0

CRI is currently delivering on 18 distinct subtasks as part of a five-year task assignment-based contract for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) to provide mission support of iManage 2.0, the program which supports all of DOE’s Corporate Business Systems. CRI is prime contractor for this Contractor Teaming Arrangement (CTA) to assist in the improvement and adoption of corporate business processes, data consolidation, and application integration to create operational efficiencies and lower costs. iManage is the program supporting all of the OCFO’s Corporate Business Systems including Financial (STARS),  Funds Distribution (FDS), Procurement (STRIPES), iManage Data Warehouse (IDW), Collaboration Portal (iPortal), and Human Resources (CHRIS) among others. The iManage Program is the Department’s solution for managing enterprise-wide systems initiatives to achieve improved financial business efficiencies, integrated budget and performance, and expanded electronic government in support of the President’s Management Agenda.  The iManage 2.0 scope includes a broad range of support activities including Recovery Act audits, Internal Controls/A-123, Working Capital Fund Management, Audit and Reporting, Executive Support and Special Projects, CFO Portfolio Management, CFO Enterprise Architecture, Business Process Re-engineering, End-User Training, User Adoption, Change Management, Communication Management, CFO Professional Development Workshop Planning and Execution, Oracle Application, Operations and Maintenance, Organizational Optimization Recommendation, Budget and Energy Modeling, Funding Distribution Analysis and Business Case Justification, Certification and Accreditation, Human Capital Support, Cyber Security, and Governance Risk and Compliance as well as other services.


   Client:  U.S. Department of Energy, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID

   Project:  Technical Support Services

CRI has been contracted since 2007 to provide an outsourced managed service for the technical provision of the information technology (IT) required for accomplishing the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) mission. INL is one of 17 federally funded research and development centers managed by the U.S. Department of Energy. CRI’s scope of work includes project integration with the full lifecycle development, operations and maintenance of the business, engineering, and scientific software and hardware systems. The technical support aspects of our INL managed service allow us to provide workplace support to INL end users through or managing the Operations Center, Service Desk, and,  Field Services, operation. CRI personnel manage the services associated with ensuring that servers, workstations, desktop/laptop computer systems, peripherals, and cellular/paging devices are effective tools for INL employees. Additionally, CRI’s team supports High Performance Computing (HPC) server hardware and software Desktop Cyber Security, System Monitoring, System Administration, and End User Support for all applications in the INL software portfolio. Over the life of this contract, CRI has implemented innovations and been forward thinking in order to enable the INL to be ahead of technology changes needed by Laboratory scientists and engineers. CRI has responsibilities in a number of significant programs and projects and has endeavored to manage the movement and motion of operations within Information Management (IM). CRI was awarded the national DOE Small Business of the Year award in August of 2009 for “creative, unique, and extraordinary performance” in support of the DOE’s Idaho National Laboratory’s mission objectives and requirements.


   Client:  U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC

   Project:  Data Exchange Infrastructure Migration

CRI, in partnership with Alliant Enterprise Joint Venture, (AEJV), is supporting the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons (BOP), in creating, deploying, and operating a newly accredited and operational solution for BOP’s Data Exchange Management needs. The BOP is responsible for the custody and care of approximately 219,000 Federal offenders. The CRI solution eliminates BOP’s reliance on their current applications, infrastructure, and operational support services. The BOP is seeking migration of its current data exchange infrastructure (currently hosted in DOJ’s Justice Data Center) into its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) infrastructure with Amazon Web Services (AWS). This engagement also includes integration services to migrate its current Residential Reentry Center referral packet applications and its medical bill adjudication applications to AWS. Finally, the BOP is also seeking CRI’s assistance in development of additional data sharing capabilities for customers such as U.S. Probation and other data matching partners (IRS, FAA, Department of State, etc.).