Chartis Federal participated in the Homeland Security Dialogue Forum’s second Annual Border Security Symposium and Reception on Wednesday, November 13th. This event advanced the discussion between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and industry on the progression of technology and its impact on the agencies’ mission strategies and operations.
“This event allowed us to better understand the tactical communication needs and infrastructure challenges facing the Department and its components,” said Mr. Brian Creswick, Chief Operations Officer at Chartis.
Chartis built its research and development (R&D) lab in VA to evaluate emerging technologies and support innovation investments for customer needs. Its first initiative aims to evaluate optimized unmanned systems for enhanced Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). Initial operational capabilities include advanced video surveillance, heavy-lift supply delivery, and extended communications coverage and backhaul in remote areas.
Chartis Federal is a systems engineering and integration firm that specializes in mission-critical communications for public safety, law enforcement, and homeland security. Chartis has worked with more than 20 federal organizations in the last decade on some of government’s most important programs. This includes providing tactical communications (TacCom) services for the Department of Homeland Security through the TacCom I and TacCom II IDIQ contracts, and for the Department of the Interior through the field communications (FieldCom) IDIQ contract. With year-over-year growth, Chartis has been a member of the Washington Technology FAST 50 two times and ranked on the Inc. 5000 five consecutive years. For more information on the company, visit chartisfed.com.