Enterprise Systems & Data Analysis (ESDA)
On this site you will find more information about how we can help you solve complex technical, operational and policy problems. You can also learn more about a recently released innovative project management forecasting tool called Indicator for Schedule Analysis And Cost (ISAAC).
The mission of CNA's Enterprise Systems and Data Analysis (ESDA) is to create modern, cohesive data management solutions that enhance your long- and short- term goals and allow you to make well-grounded, data-driven decisions to meet demands. We pride ourselves on gaining your trust and getting your project right the first time.
We analyze the entirety of your systems – the people, the process, the data, and technology – to identify high-quality options for improved operations. We always begin by looking at your data to help identify the root cause of an issue and to find solutions.
In addition to the individuals highlighted on this page, ESDA capitalizes on the ability to leverage CNA's staff of 600, with their experience in business, government, public service, and the military.
ESDA helps you define processes and controls to maintain and then improve data quality, modernize your data system, and more effectively meet objectives.
There are five capabilities:
CNA has expertise collecting, processing, exploring, analyzing, interpreting and visualizing data for clients across military and civilian departments.
CNA tailors the systems engineering process to meet each project's unique features, balancing performance, cost, and schedule requirements to meet real-world operational needs.
CNA supports government agencies with exceptional program management and systems engineering services.
CNA helps government agencies realize the benefits of standardized, high-quality, accessible data while managing the associated risks.
CNA helps our clients identify the capabilities—enabled by business processes, operations, systems, and data—needed to accomplish their mission.
May 7, 2018 – CNA announced today that it has developed a new tool to help managers of large information technology programs identify risk areas and detect early warning signals of cost overruns. ISAAC (Indicator for Schedule Analysis And Cost) utilizes predictive metrics and applied models to forecast future performance trends and gives managers advance warning if there is a need for course correction.