Acquisition Management

Entelliteq deftly maneuvers information technology (IT) programs through the DoD 5000 acquisition process. As experienced practitioners in the world of IT acquisition, we employ an initiative and risk-based approach that mitigates and manages the common and not so common pitfalls procuring technology in the government.

Program Management

Part of Entelliteq's performance excellence is adherence to the principles embodied by the Program Management Institutes Program Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). While many vendors pay lip service to the PMBOK, our success has hinged on applying those principles to government and commercial IT programs.


IT Acquisitions

The following series of posts will offer discussion and ideas about making military information technology programs successful. I’ve been on both sides of the Department of Defense Acquisition process for over twenty years. Multiple articles and personal experience shows that even ‘successful’ IT programs usually miss the mark, most often


Entelliteq has developed the SAFEBETS™ (Systems Analysis For Expeditionary Enterprise and Transformational Systems) methodology to reduce the risk and cost of DoD enterprise business systems (e.g. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems) and their remote user communities.  Many major ERP systems or custom business systems fail one or more of the

Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) Program Management

Entelliteq (previously IR Tech) supported the initiation of formal program management of the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps/Logistics Chain Management (GCSS-MC/LCM) Increment 1. This project is the only Marine Corp ACAT-I/Major Automated Information System (MAIS), National Security Enterprise Program (NSEP) information technology initiative. The scope of Increment 1 was to

Marine Corps Logistics IT Portfolio Management Support

Entelliteq (previously IR Tech) led efforts to shape the Marine Corps Logistics IT portfolio by definition of management processes and procedures to govern the Marine Corps Logistics IT Portfolio, Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) sub-portfolio.  In doing so, we leveraged a high-level direction provided by the Department of Defense

Marine Corps Tactical Wireless Logistics (MCTWL)

Entelliteq (previously IR Tech) responded to a requirement initiative from the GCSS-MC Program Manager to design and execute a small-scale operational pilot to test for some of the challenges Operating Force Marines could face with an Oracle E-Business Suite Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation.  The challenge was to test if

Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN)

Entelliteq (previously IR Technologies) provided core program, engineering, logistics, life cycle sustainment, and other acquisition task support to Product Manager Marine Corps Network and Infrastructure Services (PdM MCNIS), Program Manager Information Systems and Infrastructure (PM ISI), Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC). PdM MCNIS was responsible for executing over $450 million