McLean, VA — January 28, 2014 – DGC International recently submitted a concept paper for new 3-D modeling software to manage cargo with US TRANSCOM. The potential Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) would allow DGC International to expand our C4ISR field use systems offerings.
Currently, DGC International works with Tracen Technologies, a small, woman-owned, Software Engineering Institute’s (SEI) Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development (CMMI-DEV®) Level 2 rating company that provides COMMANDmobile, a web-based integrated product suite featuring mobile data collection, a mobile device management application, an inventory tracking application, smart forms, intelligent dispatching and role-based security.
DGC International continues to invest significantly in software and hardware solutions in the C4ISR space. “We are pleased to continue to build on a growing service for our company,” noted George Stone, Vice President. “We continue to focus on building software that improves efficiency and ensures our clients are at the forefront of technological changes.” DGC International values our software partners and looks to deliver quality software and hardware solutions to our clients.