Developers at S&K Global Solutions have teamed with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) IT Security Office for the migration of a major data information center from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. The update will give users a more application-based product, which will shorten response time for critical projects. Key components of the crucial database receive support, including design, development, and maintenance.
Our developer has a very active role not only in coding but also acting as an integrated project team member bringing new technologies and approaches, along with ascertaining unique office needs in his role as an analyst and advocate in expanding SharePoint usage.
A second project with the CDC puts an S&K Global Solutions software developer within the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disability. Our employee assists with the development and continuous quality improvement of several web-based systems called the Disability and Health Data System (DHDS) and EHDI Data Analysis and Statistical Hub (DASH)
As an integrated project team member on both efforts, we employ .NET tools for data visualization, system analysis, standardizing templates, ascertaining server requirements for hosting upgrades, aligning metadata and tables for upgraded capability.
Accolades and Customer Feedback:
“Just a short note to let you know that today we had our first division workgroup meeting, led by Gabe. An outstanding job and our management is quite happy with it.” – Jose Figueroa-Colon, Administrative Officer, CDC Division of Global Health Protection
“Although S&K only began work in September of 2014, the CDC quickly utilized our employee’s depth of database experience and SharePoint architecture design by assigning him to high-level project teams with the CDC Information Technology Services Office.” – Greg Hawkinson, Program Manager