Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
TCG, a leading government technology strategy and IT consultancy, has been appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Maturity Level 3. The CMMI Institute accepted TCG’s SCAMPI appraisal number 19364 on August 9. The appraisal was conducted by Comskil, a CMMI Institute Licensed Partner. This news release corrects several inaccuracies from an earlier news release dated August 22, 2013.
Studies have shown that adherence to CMMI standards results in decreased project costs, increased schedule predictability, improved product quality, and increased customer satisfaction. TCG has been appraised at CMMI Level 2 since 2004. At CMMI Level 3, companies’ processes are considered to be defined across the organization as a whole, and each project’s processes are tailored from these defined standards to drive project efficiencies and cost savings.
“We’re ecstatic to be rated at CMMI Level 3, which will help us save US taxpayers even more money on our Federal government projects,” said TCG president Daniel Turner. “Our success in achieving this prestigious designation has taken literally thousands of hours of hard work and dedication, from our executive team to our project managers, our programmers, and even our back office staff. All I had to do was pay for it. Hats off to all of them for making this happen.”
TCG (http://www.tcg.com) is an award-winning small business that specializes in tailored information technology solutions and consulting services with a particular focus on grants management, collaboration platforms, and budget formulation and execution. TCG transforms information technology infrastructures and inconsistent processes to integrated environments built on reusable functionality, consistent business processes, and interoperable infrastructures. The multiple awards that TCG and its clients have received demonstrate the benefits of using best practices such as CMMI, ITIL, and PMBOK to meet complex technology and management needs.
TCG’s company goal is to save the US taxpayer $1 billion by 2016. So far, the company has saved the government more than $425 million—a 540% ROI—by automating once-costly processes, using time-saving and money-saving processes in developing code, helping the government restructure its business processes, and paying careful attention to the company’s own expenses on contracts.