Customers

United States Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Department of Homeland Security

Our team provides Tier 3 network and security engineering leadership for the ICE enterprise and interfaces with the DHS OneNet steward to coordinate Wide Area Network changes. We provide design support for extranet connectivity solutions for inter-agency connectivity and remote site reach back access. LTG conducts application profiling and performance baselining activities to ensure peak application performance across the network.

Our team has helped lead the design and buildout of the ICE GovCloud infrastructure. Our cloud engineers and architects continue to help evolve the ICE cloud architecture ensuring a highly available, redundant, scalable and cost effective cloud solution.

Office of Biometric Identity Management

Department of Homeland Security

Our team provides Service Quality Engineering leadership for one of the largest biometric databases (IDENT). We provide systems and security engineering support to the Information Technology Division of OBIM in the form of data analytics, business intelligence, capacity management, modeling and simulation, firewall configuration reviews and coordinating extranet connectivity moves during data center migrations.

Our engineers evaluate, design and configure new enterprise solutions and provide project management support during the test and deployment phases. We were instrumental in helping OBIM move to a fully virtualized environment and continue to be instrumental in migrating OBIM to the cloud.
LTG provides Quality Service Level Engineering leadership.

United States Citizenship & Immigration Services’ (USCIS)

Department of Homeland Security

Our team provided IT systems engineering support to the mission critical systems across all three USCIS data centers. We helped support the data center migration team working with operations, test, security and application monitoring teams to develop migration designs and plans. LTG has helped develop a cost model that provided a centralized systems infrastructure management interface for managing IT assets and support services across the primary hosting facilities.

National Institute of Health

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Our team conducted an evaluation of Clinical Data Center infrastructure and tools to develop a feasibility study of alternative firewall upgrade options and network performance management options. Our team developed a detailed recommendation including technology and design alternatives, technology vendor pricing analysis and detailed configurations.