ASMG provides a comprehensive range of consulting and development services to assist clients address the growing need to address the delicate balance between inter and intra agency interoperability and the protection of sensitive information (Privacy, Confidentiality and Security).
The ASMG delivers professional services directed at a transition to a clients' :
ASMG delivers a full range of services, knowledge and experience to support the definition and integration of multiple views of enterprise architecture applying most common architect views and viewpoints described in DODAF, MODAF, NAF, ZACHMAN and others, including:
Standards / Technology Views
Data and Information Views
Security and Information Protection Views
ASMG has been actively involved in the development and tailoring of architecture frameworks (AF) for more than a decade. ASMG's focus it the successful application architecture from strategic planning through the retirement and modernization of IM systems and services. Architecture is delivers a full range of services, knowledge and experience to support the definition, implementation and integration of new or enhanced processes for the effective and efficient delivery of information and knowledge management systems. ASMG has experience with TOGAF, DODAF, DNDAF, DODAF, SABSA and UPDM.
ASMG can deliver consulting, training and direct services towards the management of system and software acquisitions. These services focus on transfer of knowledge and skills to the client's internal Information Technology staff in the art and science of technical contract management ' issues, what to look for and how to correct it.
Organizations continually attempt to stream line their business activities to reduce operational overheads. Many reduce internal operations and transition to 'out-sourced' provision for specialized services. The proponents of out-sourced development often disregard or under estimate the importance of the effective and efficient management of their corporate knowledge related to 'Information' implementations. Managing these implementations over the long term, in a cost effective manner, requires specialized knowledge, which is typically gathered through the development cycle.
There are good reasons to out-source system development and out-sourcing can and does work well if managed effectively. However, internal IT staff is required to be trained to manage these technical issues. The ASMG provides guidance and mentoring support to IT groups undertaking the management of system and software acquisition programs.
ASMG can deliver consulting, management and development devices targeting projects the delivery of information sharing and and information protections services. The Technology page provides information on these requirements. ASMG services focus on transfer of knowledge and skills to the client's internal IM/IT staff in the art and science of technical contract management ' issues, what to look for and how to correct it.