ARES Solutions, Inc. is focused on providing value to Civilian, Defense and Intelligence agencies of the Federal Goverment by developing creative, cost-effective solutions. Our unwavering commitment to providing the highest level customer service enables our customers to concentrate on achieving their strategic and operation objectives. With a highly skilled workforce, we offer a broad range of technical services and management support at “best value” to our customers.  Our area of expertise includes the following:

  • Software Engineering
  • Software Development
  • Systems Engineering
  • Cyber Security
  • IV&V
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Networking, Test and Evaluation
  • Integration and Migration of Software/Systems
  • Help Desk (Tiers 1 – 3)
  • Financial Management
  • Program Management

 
ARES Solutions, and our subcontractor team for SeaPort-e has established a broadly qualified work force to support all seven zones within the Seaport-e contract. We have formed a team to provide the U.S. Navy, SPAWAR and the U.S. Marine Corps the full spectrum of engineering and technical capabilities. Our team has complementary capabilities and geographic presence in all zones and includes high performing large business partner.

Established Zones

Zone 1 – Northeast

Zone 2 – National Capital

Zone 3 – Mid Atlantic

Zone 4 – Gulf Coast

Zone 5 – Midwest

Zone 6 – Southwest

Zone 7 – Northwest

Quality Assurance

Using the tenets of ISO 9001:2000, a QA plan, approved by the Program Manager (PM), will be required from each subcontractor. The plan will allow for spot checks by the PM and/or our Task Order Manager (TOM), and processes for peer to peer QA reviews in addition to other checkpoints. The PM and/or TOM will initiate a team kickoff meeting, including government and team representatives, following the issuance of any task order. The purpose of the kickoff meeting will be to review the project plan, schedule and QA expectations to ensure full understanding of the project requirements, reiterate the open lines of communication and agree to a project team review schedule. During this meeting, all foreseeable potential issues and pitfalls will be discussed. Frequent informal reviews will be held with the technical leads and formal reviews will be conducted with the government manager(s) on an agreed upon schedule or as specified in the SOW.