(Reston, VA) September 28, 2021 – Social Security Administration Exercises Another Option Year
TrustedQA is very excited to continue our work with the Social Security Administration, this year marking 11 years of strategic support. Due to an amazing staff of TQA technical SME’s, we have served various SSA component offices with a number of notable technical solutions, which includes building out a CI/CD Pipeline for the Office of Disability Systems (ODS) Disability Case Processing System, implementing modern API design solutions using Google Apigee and WebMethods for The Office of Product and Project Management (OPPM), designing & developing an Event-Streaming Architecture Pilot using Kafka, strengthening SSA Cyber Security practices, and applying test automation across multiple projects using Cucumber for TDD (Test Driven Development) and BDD (Behavior Driven Development).
“TrustedQA has consistently provided our clinical trials support division with excellent technical staff over the years. They are one of our trusted partners.”
“[TrustedQA’s] staff is well trained and capable of addressing customer requirements. Northrop Grumman and the customer are satisfied with [TrustedQA’s] performance.”
“The TQA technical team has provided support as expected. Their employees are qualified, perform productive work quickly, and have shown a wealth of knowledge and experience. Many come with skills that are difficult to find/fill. We have been extremely happy with the candidates that have come from TrustedQA.”
“TQA is truly our “go-to” vendor for immediate staffing needs. We know when we reach out to them, they are able to provide highly qualified staff that can meet both our short and long term program needs. They have been supporting our current contract for over 9 years and have always provided great support.”
“TrustedQA continues providing excellent testing resources who quickly exceed expectations in the GCCS-J Agile software development and test environment. Would recommend them to a team looking to augment staff with consistently high quality software testing support staff.”
TrustedQA received superior marks for Service Level Performance and Financial Health on their Annual Supplier Assessment Report from Northrop Grumman Defense Systems leadership for work performed on the GCCS-J Sustainment and Maintenance program (January 2021).
"TrustedQA remains an integral part of the program's long-standing record of delivering innovative solutions and quality products to the customer. As a mainstay on the program, their test and software engineers have provided critical support, especially as the program reaches major milestones in replacing legacy functionality within the GCCS-J suite of products. Through their tireless effort and tenacious resolve, TrustedQA engineers have afforded Northrop Grumman every opportunity to contend in what has become a highly competitive market."
As integrated members of the GCCS-J team, TrustedQA provides support in areas including integration, fielding, systems engineering services, test and integration support, debugging, and technical writing (white papers, documentation).
“TQA does a great job with communicating and they are very quick to complete tasks in compliance with all technical requirements identified in the statement of work."
“TQA is the top performing vendor on my program in terms of responsiveness, quality, attention to detail and following process. We intend to include them on our upcoming recompete of the current contract based on their sustained superior performance.”
“Their approach is really great as they focus on those hybrid outside the box critical thinker testers who can perform all types of testing, hence the word “hybrid” where testers also have a situational approach to testing, not just “checkers” but overall contributors to quality.”
“Concur continuously uses TrustedQA to source ‘Quality’ candidates. Over the years we’ve been impressed at the personal attention TQA offers us; in particular to understand our business challenges so that only the top talent that meets our needs is sourced.”