IA Computer Cyber Network Defense, Fort Gordon, GA
Succeed To Lead provides highly experienced and well-certified Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Security Instructors/Writers to 8 Continental United States (CONUS) sites as well as Mobile IA Instructors/Writers for the Mobile Training Team (MTT) to support both CONUS and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) requirements. These staff provide IA workforce training for IA technician (IATt), IA Manager (IAM), Computer Network Defense-Service Provider (CND-SP), and IA System Architect Engineer (IASAE) levels. Additionally, STL provides mid-level network engineer support for the installation, help desk support, configuration, administration, and maintenance of Automation Information Systems (AIS) hardware and operating systems software. This support also includes curriculum development due to changing technology, developing and maintaining installation procedures, configuration management guides, troubleshooting guides, and other documentation.
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, DC
Succeed to Lead’s staff has experience supporting Security Assessment & Authorization (SA&A) activities for several USDA agencies. Currently, Succeed To Lead provides SA&A services for the US Forest Service (USFS) portfolio of enterprise applications and General Support Systems (GSS) to ensure that the applications remain in compliance with FISMA, USDA and USFS Risk Management Framework requirements. Activities include developing and managing SA&A documentation, continuous monitoring security control plans/testing, remediating Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) and providing Cybersecurity Assessment and Management (CSAM) support. Succeed To Lead has led the migration from NIST SP 800-53 Rev 3 to NIST SP 800-53 Rev 4 for enterprise applications and GSS and received ATOs.
USACASCOM, Materiel Systems Directorate, Fort Lee, VA
Succeed To Lead provides highly experienced and well qualified personnel to provide scientific, technical, and professional expertise in the areas of full spectrum Army and joint logistics operations, focusing specifically on operational energy, in support of the revised Army Functional Concept Framework documented and suspense in support of the Army Campaign Plan (ArCP), Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC), and Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) guidance. Our personnel research and review developed and emerging reports and analysis to assess their suitability for use in future forces (2016-2028) sustainment systems in the Army and other services, operating in a joint and coalition environment. They also develop concept white papers that develop the fundamental themes of the next Army Concept Framework (ACF), and associated Capability Based Analysis (CBA) efforts through to DOTMLPF Integrated Capabilities Recommendations (DICR).
US Army Quartermaster School, Sustainment Center of Excellence, Fort Lee, VA
Succeed To Lead provides writing and editing services for the Quartermaster School mission of providing technical manuals for the aerial delivery mission throughout the operational force. The development of these manuals is required to ensure that Army sustainment doctrine remains relevant, current, and synchronized across the force. STL also supports the Quartermaster Credentialing program, which includes nine functional MOS’s- 92A/ 92F/92G/92L/92M/92R/92/S/92W /92Y. The duties are to provide assistance to the Quartermaster Credentialing Program as outlined in the Military Credentialing Pilot Program, amended by section 543 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) FY14. STL personnel identify, research, and analyze information required to optimize credentialing opportunities that will enhance the certification and licensing process of soldiers based on specific Military occupational structure.
Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Quantico, VA
STL’s contractors are determining the feasibility and advisability of establishing a National Capital Region Disbursing Office from the Quantico Finance Office in order to centralize and better manage Headquarters Marine Corps, Programs & Resources (P&R), Resources Fiscal Finance (RFF) operational finance functions
HQ, Marine Corps, Washington, DC
STL employees provide managerial and accounting support/information to HQMC leaders; support informed decision-making; develop/integrate Marine Corps fiscal coding strategies and structures; and, provide technical budget execution and financial analysis and research.
Marine Corps Systems Command, PM Combat Support Systems, APM-FM Finance Mgmt Support, Quantico, VA
STL provides financial, analytical, and business support services, including four PdMs responsible for 50+ programs and approximately $980M annually. Staff are also responsible for preparing funding summaries, spend plans; tracking obligations/expenditures; and providing comprehensive accounting task functions.
Region 9, US Small Business Administration
For the last three years, STL has provided managerial guidance and training to new 8(a) business owners via a grant provided by the SBA. Training consists of one-on-one consultation with the business owner to determine the type of training needed and then customized training to address the need. Examples of training include: human capital management, contract management, accounting and financial mgmt. processes, etc.
McDonald Army Health Center at Joint Base Langley-Eustis
STL provides staff to, in part, review military personnel files/medical records, and interview Soldiers to determine benefits for which the Soldiers are eligible. Additionally, they will counsel Soldiers regarding recommendations of the Physician Evaluation Board and advise them on their entitlement to appeals/rebuttals, or if, applicable, benefit eligibility.