Maximizing the value
of IT investments
MAXIMUS Federal understands the critical need for strategic integrated IT systems to support federal agencies.
Our architects design enterprise systems using industry-standard principles and proven processes appraised by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute’s (SEI) Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Development Maturity Level 4. This combination results in consistent solution outcomes.
Addressing complex problems requires modular development, collaboration, course correction flexibility and innovative processes. Our Agile development methodology emphasizes customer engagement, enabling rapid realization of modular software functionality that is constantly aligned to business processes and organizational value.
The SOA approach, combined with BPM platforms and an Agile methodology, help break down large solution implementation initiatives to smaller, more manageable and cost effective segments while meeting the business objectives.
An enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) strategy allows agencies to deliver standardized services in an efficient, integrated manner. At the same time, the organization can respond quickly to changing policies and business needs. We understand the importance of leveraging the enterprise SOA strategy while designing and implementing business process management (BPM) solutions. This allows organizations to consistently and modularly implement system changes resulting from continuous process improvements, streamlining operations and enhancing stakeholder experience.
A security-driven enterprise is an integral component of today’s systems development life cycle (SDLC). Entrusted with securing mission-critical systems across several agencies, MAXIMUS Federal recognizes the importance of a secure IT enterprise.
Across many MAXIMUS Federal programs, we’re responsible for the security of data collected and managed. Our experts assess data sensitivity and work closely with systems and solutions architects to design a secure system.