Government

Public sector organizations and government agencies are under constant pressure to "do more with less." In the post 9/11 climate, cross-agency information sharing and coordination is paramount. At the center of these imperatives is the need for intensive systems and operational integration.

Active Endpoints' solutions allow government organizations to share vital information in real-time, without compromising the security and integrity of current operations. ActiveVOS is in use at key Federal agency and military branches in the United States, and in many other public sector organizations around the world. And Section 508 compliance makes our solutions easy to adopt across all public sector organizations.

Selected customers in the government industry:

  • Canadian Communications Security Establishment
  • CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research
  • General Dynamics
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Luxembourg Excise Office
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Sheffield City Council
  • United States Air Force Research Laboratory
  • United States Naval Research Laboratory
  • Vivansa

Civilian/Public Sector Organizations

Many national and regional government organizations are plagued by inefficiencies. Government employee productivity is frequently hampered by existing information technology, limiting the quality and timeliness of services that can be offered to the public. Critical information is often locked into agency-specific applications.

Cross-department and cross-agency process improvement requires the integration of information systems across government IT domains. Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) provide a path for such integration, permitting required functions to be exposed without compromising integrity and security. Active Endpoints provides critical SOA solutions, based on the BPEL (business process execution language) standard, that help government agencies automate processes and integrate custom, legacy and packaged applications.

Defense

The greatest impediment to enabling synchronized, coordinated warfare is the lack of integration of Defense information systems. Defense departments simply cannot discard deployed information technologies to achieve battlefield automation. Fortunately, they no longer have to.

Active Endpoints solutions enable defense organizations to preserve and, as needed, repurpose existing information systems to support new battlefield strategies, without compromising the security and integrity of current operations. Our ActiveVOS products run on the broadest available range of computing platforms, making ActiveVOS the ideal integration and process automation solution for deployments ranging from mobile computers to mainframes. Using ActiveVOS, Defense agencies gain massive interoperability across combat support, command, control and intelligence operations.

Homeland Security

The Homeland Security Act of 2002 served to mobilize and organize the United States to secure the homeland from terrorist attacks. Homeland Security is an exceedingly complex mission that requires coordinated and focused efforts from the federal/central government, state and local governments, the private sector, and the citizens. Critical areas for accomplishing this mission include: streamlined information sharing between federal and state/local governments, agencies, private sector and citizens; improving public safety communications to ensure emergency preparedness and response; and ensuring reliable public health information.

Active Endpoints provides solutions that enable rapid information sharing, foster communications and facilitate the deployment of new, cross-organizational processes. Using ActiveVOS, DHS constituencies can dramatically improve the timeliness, correlation and quality of critical information necessary to avert future terrorist attacks.