Occam Solutions is a primary subcontractor to CSC, under CSC’s Regional Support Center (RSC) contract with the U.S. Army’s Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM), with key leadership and personnel roles within the networks and expansion program of the Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA), Generator and Night Vision Goggle (NVG) maintenance, Afghanistan National Army (ANA) training, and logistics support components of Task Order 3, and the Vehicle Optics Sensor System (VOSS) and Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) field support areas of Task Order 14. Occam is providing these mission critical system and support services to the C4ISR community in the US Central Command (CENTCOM) South West Asia (SWA) Area of Responsibility (AOR), including ANA and Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF), for 10 mission critical solutions and tools, network systems, and hardware while embedded with troops OCONUS and in theater. The range of services includes system and software design, development, implementation, integration and operations and maintenance (O&M). Occam also supports requirements for rapid personnel deployment and redeployment between CONUS and OCONUS, intra-Southwest Asia employee transfers, and daily interaction with Afghan coalition personnel.
On the US Army Installation Management Command’s Business Improvement – Lean Six Sigma contract, Occam provided consulting services including data collection and analyst support in the gathering of data pertaining to construction projects in five US Army installations worldwide. Specifically, Occam provided subject matter expertise that included Army domain expertise as well as niche regional expertise for the OCONUS installations. Specific services included the development of data collection strategy, cost/benefit analysis of current business processes for construction programs, the formation and execution of focus groups to administer the data collection process, and subject matter expertise in regional nuances for data collection and evaluation in Camp Humphreys, Korea regarding the Army’s largest relocation of troops under the current Base Realignment and Closure program.