Fast-paced, high-energy, technology-rich environment at the center of our Nations’ Federal Technology hub! TekSynap staff in the Metropolitan Washington DC area helps drive the engine that keeps our Nation strong and safe! Come for the challenge and stay for the rewards of being part of something larger in keeping our Nation moving forward!
What We Do
Software Engineering services to develop, maintain and improve systems through the use of best practices in support of integration, operational maintenance, Information Assurance, transitions, and upgrades.
Data and Information Management services to improve access, reliability and quality of data to empower better decisions. Services include data collection, quality assurance, analysis, records management, retrieval and archive services.
TekSynap Awarded Department of Justice Declassification Services Contract
October 30, 2017
TekSynap announced today that it has been awarded a 5-year 8(a) competitive procurement to support the Department of Justice (DOJ) at its headquarters in Washington, DC to provide Document Declassification and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Program Support Services.
Under this contract, TekSynap and team member AECOM provide analytical and administrative support to prepare, complete, and deliver automatic historical declassification reviews resulting in recommendations for all material 25 years old or older in accordance with the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), and DOJ.
In addition, TekSynap staff provides assistance in the evaluation of requirements associated with creating, processing, transmitting, handling, self-inspections, safeguarding, and destruction of CUI including identification of specific CUI categories and subcategories handled by DOJ, policy guidance documentation development, and CUI training.
To our customers and our people vs broadcasting a one size fits all approach
Ensuring the right people have the right tools, training and authority to get the job done vs just filling a vacancy
Always being open to ways to improve how we accomplish things vs a “status quo” is fine approach