Strategic Planning, Program, & Project Management
TIAG's leadership in Strategic Planning, Project & Program Management (SP3M) has earned it the reputation of being the go-to team for critically important projects, from Base Realignment and Closures (BRAC) to the implementations of clinical informatics in military enterprise medicine and enterprise management systems across Regional Commands. The group’s disciplined PMI approach, coupled with tiag-proprietary tools ensures absolute compliance with schedule, contingency planning, risk mitigation, full project purview and budget adherence resulting in exceptional results for Commands.
The SP3M experts enjoy a trusted relationship with military leadership throughout the Department of Defense because of their exceptional results. Their communication and collaboration enables seamless translation of strategic goals into flawless execution of actions.
The value of our approach was underscored at the US Army Medical Information Technology Center (USAMITC) when TIAG SP3M leaders secured ISO 9001:2008 certification for USAMITC architecture production and business analysis, the first of its kind.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) chose TIAG to provide Information Technology (IT) Portfolio/Program Management and Governance, along with Enterprise Architecture support for the Office of Strategy, Policy and Guidance (OSPG). Advancing the HHS goal for a fully integrated department, TIAG supports the OCIO by facilitating a rigorous program management framework that converges IT strategy, policy and governance into an actionable way forward — optimizing IT investments on behalf of the overall HHS mission.
The United States Air Force chose TIAG for a systems process improvement project to drive change and improve care delivery across the USAF medical logistics enterprise. Supporting the Air Force Medical Operations Agency (AFMOA) Medical Logistics Division, TIAG is implementing innovative IT solutions, optimizing process reengineering and integrating best practices for patient-centered care, while achieving significant cost-savings for the Air Force Medical Service.
Walter Reed's DOIM managed over 300 servers, 15,000 desktops, 3000 VoIP phones, 60 local VTC units/rooms, 200 switches, one integrated robotic surgery unit, and additional VTC units/rooms spread throughout MEDCOM (a 22-state region). TIAG identified, evaluated, and designed a transition strategy for each application and system that resided at WRAMC.
U.S. Army Surgeon General (TSG)
The U.S. Army Surgeon General approved an IM-IT Strategic Plan that was facilitated and managed by TIAG SP3M experts. The Surgeon General labeled this plan as the “breakthrough” that the AMEDD had been looking for in embracing and leveraging information technology. The tenets of this plan are the foundation for the AMEDD with state-change initiatives.
Military Health System (MHS) Office of Strategic Management and Clinical and Program Policy (C&PP)
Working with the MHS Office of Strategic Management and Clinical and Program Policy (C&PP), TIAG experts assisted in developing health policy and systems procedures and conducted gap analysis to support execution of the MHS Strategic Plan and C&PP initiatives. Our team focused on emerging, critical mission trends such as BRAC transformation throughout military medicine and DoD / VA Sharing, performing analyses on the legislative intent of BRAC law and its impact on business and clinical systems.
Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA)
TIAG was selected by the Department of Veterans Affairs to spur innovation of its “VistA” electronic health record (EHR) system by leveraging the tenants of an open source platform. TIAG established non-profit entity to support an open source community and drive innovation into a future DoD-shared EHR. The OSEHRA ecosystem is flourishing under an approach in which best practice methodology and processes are implemented.
Defense Health Agency (DHA) Solution Delivery Division (SDD)
The Navy Medicine Information Systems Support Activity (NAVMISSA) (integrated into Defense Health Agency in late 2015) delivers healthcare value through high quality information systems and services. TIAG provides program and project management support to numerous critical enterprise initiatives such as shared services infrastructure, bandwidth modernization; enterprise desktop virtualization project, and security information and event management. Through TIAG's efforts, NAVMISSA's work has solved some of its most complex and challenging IT issues and enhanced quality health care support.