Titania is a leader in providing Information Technology (IT) Governance services to Federal agencies. IT Governance is defined as the processes that ensure the effective and efficient use of IT in enabling an organization to achieve its goals and more effectively serve its constituents. To that end, we have developed sophisticated models incorporating best practices, policies, and procedures for a wide range of life cycle methodologies. Our Governance engineers and architects assist our customers in articulating their strategic direction, developing the critical policies necessary to achieve their goals, providing auditable criteria for measuring compliance, and in processing improvement initiatives implementation. We provide training and encourage analysis to highlight areas where standards and procedures can be enhanced. Effective IT Governance ensures greater predictability of project management outcomes and promotes a culture of continuous quality improvement, improving outcomes over time. Our expertise can assist your organization with the benefits of good governance: more focused strategic direction, improved services and products, and more efficient management of the development life cycle.


Good Governance

  • Full IT Lifecycle Governance
  • Development of Lifecycle Strategies
  • Development of Integrated Models and Standards, Standard Operating Procedures, and Best Practices
  • Expertise, Leadership, and Cross-Team Coordination to Leverage Best Practices
  • Assistance in Meeting Legislative Mandates
  • Gap Analysis for Meeting Quality Objectives
  • Conduct Process Audits
  • CMMI and Lean Process Improvement
  • Review Board Establishment and Participation

Governance Related Services

  • Provide Software Testing Strategy and Governance for all development contractors and programs under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)/ Health Care Quality Information System (HCQIS) to include over 30 Information Systems Group (ISG) quality reporting applications
  • Developed an Integrated Testing Model and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) articulating all the policies and procedures for all contractors within the program, which are now being distributed to other groups within the agency as a model of how to conduct testing practices
  • The establishment of the Integrated Testing Model and the SOPs ensured commonality of testing processes for three other development contracts and over ten other contractors
  • Conducted formal Audits and courtesy Gap Analyses to assist contractors to improve compliance with policies and procedures
  • Developed a dashboard illustrating compliance with established policies/procedures
  • Serve and vote on several CMS governance boards including the CMS HCQIS Governance Steering Committee (GSC) and working groups articulating stakeholder requirements for configuration, quality, and regulatory compliance
  • Assisted the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with directed studies and preparation of Congressionally mandated reports addressing privacy laws and associated issues, policy alternatives, expectations of constituents, and funding models for the Unmanned Aircraft System program
  • At the FAA, provided executive level organizational and leadership development; implemented proven results-driven processes enabling Strategic Planning using a streamlined approach to articulate strategy and an accountability-driven action plan

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