Testimonials

IGS has been working with Federal clients since 2007 to identify and build effective technology-based solutions and services to address their unique requirements. We couple our network infrastructure knowledge and experience with proven, mature management practices to deliver results that drive mission success for our customers!

 

Read our customer testimonials below:

  • Network Communications Infrastructure Systems Upgrade, Marine Corps Information Technology Center (MCITC)

    • Program Background: Network Infrastructure Modernization at the Marine Core Information Technology Center (MCITC) in Kansas City, MO. This effort required IGS to Engineer, Furnish, Install, Secure, and Test (EFIST) the expansion of the VoIP capability at the MCITC and upgrade the existing network communication architecture.  IGS provided all ancillary components, site and facility preparation, labor, all supporting equipment, software, firmware, licenses, and all interfaces associated with these systems. The modernized systems and associated subsystems shall retained all functionality of the existing systems and as well as provided additional functionality.  In support of MCITC, IGS carefully mapped out a strategy for performing the work, executed the installation, and then provided comprehensive documentation of the effort (including schematics, run sheets, and test results), so that the customer could understand and administer the new infrastructure themselves.  All work was performed in accordance with DoD Unified Capability Requirements, Joint Interoperability Test Command Certification Requirements, DoD Risk Management Framework for DoD IT and all applicable Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Information Guides (STIG).

  • IRS Consolidation 3rd, 7th, & 8th Floor Renovations Claude Pepper Federal Building Miami,
    General Services Administration

    • Program Background: In 2009 then President Barack Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) designed to help lift the United States out of the Great Recession.  The ARRA allotted $31 billion towards the modernization of federal buildings around the country.  The buildings to be modernized were selected based on two overarching criteria: ability of the project to put people back to work quickly and transforming Federal buildings into high-performance green buildings.  The renovations at the Claude Pepper Federal Building are a result of the ARRA.  Project entails interior renovation of +/-28,700 sf on the existing 3rd, 7th & 8th floors in the Claude Pepper Federal Building. Work includes, but is not limited to, demolition, new walls, interior finishes, millwork, doors & hardware, interior signage, asbestos abatement, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and access control work.​

  • New Premise Wiring Installation, United States Air Force - Barksdale Air Force Base

    • Summary of Services: This effort requires IGS to engineer, furnish, install and test (EFI&T) new Cat-6 premise cabling within buildings 6448, 3433 and 6249.  In general the scope of this project includes furnishing all materials, labor, supplies, and equipment necessary for the installation of approximately (201) quad Cat-6 outlets and (5) single drop locations to include EMCS (Energy Management Control System) and WAP (Wireless Access Point).  The Contractor shall provide all equipment, tools, materials, supplies, transportation, labor, supervision, management, and other incidentals​

  • Army Trademark and Licensing Program Support Services, Army’s Trademark Licensing Program
    (Formerly Army Marketing Research Group)

    • Program Background: The Army, like the other military departments, has long used symbols, insignia, logos, names and phrases to identify itself to the American people, and within the Army, to identify and to distinguish one component from another. When used as trademarks or service marks, Army-owned marks can serve the same function as marks in private enterprise. The U.S. Army Trademark Licensing Program allows the Army to create a “brand awareness” among the American public at large, whose support is critically important to the Army, and those young adults who might be called to serve their country by serving in the Army. Since its formal inception in 2006, the ATLP has grown considerably. To date, the Army has approximately 260 authorized licensees, with numerous new license applications pending at any one time