The Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions (EAGLE) is a multiple-award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle, specifically designed as the preferred source of information technology (IT) services for the majority of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS’) enterprise initiatives. Mason Harriman Group was awarded Prime Contractor status along with a select list of organizations for Functional Category 3 – Independent Test, Validation, Verification, and Evaluation for the EAGLE Contract.
The scope of Functional Category 3 (FC3) is independent test, validation, verification, and evaluation (IV&V) solutions to ensure that all IT products and services meet DHS standards, and are performing to defined design, cost, schedule and performance specifications/capabilities. Best practices, technologies, tools, and support are utilized to provide EAGLE II FC3 IT services including quality and operational assessments, integration testing, system test and evaluation, security certification and accreditation, and independent verification and validation (IV&V) through the monitoring and evaluation of projects via activities such as, but not limited to, assessments, process and procedure audits, project and performance management, and systems analysis and design.
It is the policy of MHG to implement a Quality Management Program (QMP) on all of our contracts to ensure technical products and services meet the agreed upon requirements and expectations of our customers. We are fully committed to delivering high-quality services and products on schedule and within budget. The MHG Quality Management Program will be implemented through the Quality Assurance Plan (QAP). The MHG QAP is based on the following key concepts:
Quality Management is an active, rather than passive, endeavor. Implementation of, and compliance with, quality processes are the shared responsibility of all MHG and TEAM MHG personnel.
A Quality Manager, organizationally independent of the client management structure, ensures objectivity in assessing and reporting all quality related aspects of the contract.
The QMP fully supports the quality/process improvement goals of the client and MHG.
Quality is designed into products using defined processes, and reviewed/updated regularly.
The QAP will be consistent with client’s SDLC, standards, procedures, and processes.
Project Managers, working with the Quality Manager and using the contract QAP as the baseline, will develop a TO-level QAP clearly documenting quality metrics and the process through which quality control will be delivered to the project.
For information regarding MHG‘s Quality Assurance Program, please contact MHG’s Quality Assurance and Customer Satisfaction Manager.
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