WHO WE ARE
The Systems Engineering Research Development Institute (SERDI) is a small, woman-owned, certified 8(a)/Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) providing subject matter expertise (SME) services to Federal, State, and commercial clients. Founded in 2003 by a group of Information Technology experts, SERDI provides superior engineering and professional services to the Federal Government, Defense Contractors, and commercial industry.
SERDI offers comprehensive Cyber Security and Information Technology Engineering Services. Our full suite of services includes strategic planning and business processes, development, training, and program management- providing expert advice on substantive and methodological issues. In addition, SERDI offers complete Information Assurance (IA) services including Certification and Accreditation (C&A), security audits, FISMA compliance, and much more.
SERDI is a rapidly growing company of diversified Information Technology Services located in Maryland.
The SERDI Principles:
- Business Re-Engineering: To provide clients with solutions crafted to meet their specific challenges and enable them to profit from the advanced use of technology and business processes.
- Business Results: Achieving sustained growth and profitability for the benefit of all stakeholders in the business through a "get it right first time" approach and by always striving to beat our previous best performance.
- Cost Effective: Meeting customer needs in a cost-effective manner and supporting them with ongoing training and best practices to deliver business solutions.
- Ms. Sabrina Poole, President & CEO
- Mr. Tim Scoggins, Executive Vice President - Education and Training
- Mr. J. Hyle Poole, Executive Vice President and CTO/CIO
WHAT WE DO
Our capabilities are built upon years of extensive development and integration experience including requirements management, systems analysis, systems design, systems implementation, testing, configuration management, and information security, led by highly skilled and certified personnel.
SERDI provides a broad range of Technology and Business Solutions designed to help our clients enhance their business performance and enhance processes. SERDI solutions (a.k.a. Practices) combine our assets, capabilities, and best practices from Government services to deliver business solutions.
SERDI services include providing expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling in support of agencies' management, organizational, and business improvement efforts. This includes studies, analyses, and reports documenting any proposed developmental, consultative or implementation efforts.
As a mature IT professional services organization and a Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) provider, SERDI have achieved a level of certification for providing our assisting our clients with improving their business performance and enhance processes. SERDI solutions (a.k.a. Practices) combine our assets, capabilities, and best practices from Government services to deliver business solutions. These certifications attest to our commitment to delivering the right level of skills and expertise to your projects, and the highest quality of service delivery.
Below are the certifications SERDI and employees have attained to further assist us with providing outstanding quality service and support to our customers.
Information Security Standard
Information Technology Service Management
Quality management systems
SERDI offers a comprehensive portfolio of Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ), Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) that facilitate the rapid acquisition of information technology products, professional services, and system solutions to clients across the federal government. These contracts offer competitive, pre-negotiated labor rates and pricing along with programmatic and technical features evaluated to be of value to the federal government. The listings above contain contract summary information as well as contact information for the program manager of each contract.
- SERDI joins TASC, Inc. Team on FAA ETASS
- SERDI joins TASC, Inc. Team on USG One
- SERDI joins TASC, Inc. Team on DHS-iCAATT
- SERDI joins LGS Innovations on NIH-CIOSP3 Large Business
- SERDI Joins HPTi on TIPSS-4 IDIQ IRS Contract
- SERDI received ISO 9001:2008 Certification
- SERDI awarded GSA STARS II GWAC Contract awarded 8(a)
- SERDI awarded FAA e-FAST IDIQ
- SERDI joins HPTI on FBI-ITSSS
- SERDI awarded DoS-FSI BPA
- SERDI selected as the TASC FAA Protégé
- SERDI Joins TASC, Inc. Team on $827 Million FAA Contract
- SERDI Awarded DIA Purchasing Support Acquisition Contract
- SERDI awarded Army National Guard Awards 200M BPA for IT Services
- SERDI joins Robbins-Gioia on DHS CISO Office Contract
- SERDI joins Lockheed Martin on HSPD-12 Treasury Contract
- SERDI joins C.W. Incorporated on VA IV&V C&A Services Contract
- SERDI certified as an 8(a), and SDB by SBA
- SERDI awarded a GSA MOBIS Schedule 874 Contract
- SERDI awarded a GSA IT Schedule-70 Contract
- SERDI certified as a MBE- DOT Certified Business
Integrated in our Small Business/Socio-Economic Business Program is an award-winning Mentor-Protégé Program. SERDI's participation in customer Mentor-Protégé programs is intended to further enhance our long-term relationships with other small businesses and help increase small business subcontract and prime contract awards. The SERDI Mentor-Protégé Program is a vital company initiative and is supported across our company.
Types of Mentor-Protégé agreements:
- Credit Agreement (All Agency Programs): An agreement in which the mentor pays for the cost of developmental assistance for the protégé. The mentor, in return, is eligible to take credit for the cost of this assistance on the mentor-protégé report and on the government Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR/SF-295) in accordance with applicable guidelines.
- Fee Reimbursable Agreement (DoD and NASA Pilot): An agreement that includes a separate contract, negotiated between the mentor and a government sponsor, to reimburse the mentor for certain developmental assistance costs incurred on the protégé's behalf. This contract contains measurable milestones and deliverables; periodic program reviews with the sponsor are conducted to measure progress.