Test and Evaluation

Information Technology systems are rapidly becoming more integrated and complex as Federal Agencies increasingly embrace Agile development principles and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementations. Thorough Verification and Validation (V&V) of these systems is paramount to ensure agency initiatives are fully satisfied and operational risk is minimized. Titania has established itself as an emerging small business leader in providing Test and Evaluation (T&E) services to the Federal Government. Our extensive test experience to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Department of Labor (DOL), Software Engineering Center at Ft. Lee, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), and other Federal Agencies provides Titania with the capability of leading and supporting the full spectrum of test efforts under a wide array of system implementations and software development life cycle methodologies.


Test and Evaluation

  • Healthcare Quality Reporting Systems Independent V&V
  • Architecture design and development of healthcare application Automated Test Frameworks (ATF)
  • Unit, Integration, and Regression Testing Expertise
  • Manual and Automated Testing Services
  • Requirements and user story based testing
  • Section 508 Testing
  • Agile Testing Expertise and Certification
  • Performance and Backend Testing
  • Joint Interoperability T&E
  • Operational and In-Theater Test Events
  • Adherence to Federal standards (FISMA, HIPAA, NIST)
  • Testing process improvement through CMMI and Lean practices

Test and Evaluation Related Services

  • Develops software testing strategy and conducts IV&V testing for more than 30 CMS Quality Reporting Systems
  • Test tool expertise in HP ALM, HP UFT, Selenium, and Serena ALM
  • Architects and develops CMS’ HIVVS ATF using C#, which enables the rapid production of automated test cases
  • Agile and Automation Subject Matter Experts
  • Developed Governance documents articulating testing policies and procedures for all contractors within the program
  • Provide business and operational impact statements based upon the quantity and severity of defects found through testing
  • Provided the DoD’s Joint Interoperability Test Command with senior level Test and Evaluation expertise to support the Interagency Program Office for integrated EHR Medical Community of Interest
  • Supported the development and execution of the program Test Strategy, as well as creation of a Test Plan focused on planned and regression testing, and Information Assurance
  • Ensured the Med-COI evaluation included appropriate test scope coverage to include performance, security, effectiveness, suitability, warranty, and utility
  • Established a common data dictionary verifying accurate medical record capture, storage, transmission, and receipt were performed correctly

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