Center for Enterprise Systems Modernization
The Center for Enterprise Systems Modernization has a long history of partnership with government clients including the FAA, FEMA, NIST, and NASA, solving problems in areas ranging from transportation and aviation to cybersecurity and crisis management.
Transforming information systems with cutting-edge solutions to support the client’s mission is a primary focus our center. Recent examples include strategies for the future regulatory environment for uncrewed aircraft systems and cybersecurity measures for artificial intelligence software.
The Center combines best practices in systems engineering and design methodologies with emerging technologies to find operational solutions for client challenges and business problems.
WE HELP DEPLOY NEW AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SERVICE EVERY DAY
We are designing cybersecurity frameworks for future uncrewed aircraft systems traffic management operations that will support management and data communications for the FAA and NASA. In partnership with our clients, we build and improve the software security assurance framework to help obtain “authorization to operate” for artificial intelligence & machine learning software in the national airspace system and enable the effective incorporation of autonomy, responsible use of artificial intelligence & machine learning and related emerging technologies in federal government operations.
DELIVERING HIGH-IMPACT SOLUTIONS TO MODERNIZE FAA OPERATIONS
Over 25 years of data-driven analysis and engineering support for the Federal Aviation Administration, helping to ensure the National Airspace System infrastructure is clearly defined and communicated.
Program Management Empowered by Predictive Analytics
ISAAC® stands for Indicator for Schedule Analysis And Cost. This tool, built by CNA, gets your project back on track by magnifying inconsistencies and ineffective decisions. ISAAC® utilizes predictive analytics and applied models to forecast future performance trends to give project managers advance warning if there is a need for course correction. The tool can identify risk areas related to the likelihood of exceeding cost and schedule estimates and works well for forecasting the progress of software development projects.