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Technology Download Factsheet

KAYA’s Information Technology (IT) department offers a broad range of IT services for both Department of Defense and commercial customers. We design and develop networks, databases and offer comprehensive help desk support for IT issues—including video teleconferencing, software and hardware problems and upgrades, and user account and password management. We provide data backup and recovery solutions as well as network security, including Information Assurance (IA) and DIACAP implementation.

KAYA offers comprehensive, integrated Geographic Information Systems (GIS) support, including data collection and georeferenced spatial data; we build enterprise GIS databases and interactive web mapping systems to support a variety of disciplines including real property, utilities, real estate, mission and test, environmental, and master planning.

Representative Technology Projects

  • Redstone Arsenal Information Technology Test Support

    KAYA provides Information Technology (IT) support services to Redstone Test Center (RTC). Our services include systems operation and support, server operations and maintenance, helpdesk support, equipment lifecycle management, and network support. We provide both Tier I and II desktop support in the field and remotely, closing an average of 650 work orders per month. We support networks, servers, desktops, IT equipment, and maintain all RTC’s phone, Blackberries and video teleconferencing sites. We also provide information assurance (IA), application development, enterprise design and integration, and IT training for hardware and software.

  • IT Support to the US Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center (USACR)

    KAYA develops safety-related management information systems and provides a full range of IT infrastructure support to the USACR. Our support covers the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information Management (C4IM) requirements as defined in Army Regulation. We perform

    • Business Process Reengineering
    • Information Systems Security
    • Information Assurance
    • Software/Middleware Development
    • Enterprise Design/Integration/Consolidation
    • Education and Training
    • Program and Project Management
    • Systems Operation and Maintenance
    • Network Support
    • Facility Infrastructure Support

  • Installation Geospatial Information and Services (IGI&S) Support

    KAYA Associates, Inc. (KAYA) has supported Army Geospatial Center (AGC) as an Installation Geospatial Information & Services (IGI&S) prime contract holder over the past 4 years. We have successfully supported the same customers over the course of the IGI&S contract at multiple locations, and we have consistently received praise for our work in the IGI&S community. We have provided a wide range of geospatial support under this contract, including data collection, geodatabase development, and headquarters-level support.

  • U.S. Army Reserve Installation Management Directorate (ARIMD) Support

    Pond and Company and KAYA provided GIS data collection and Proactive Real-property Interactive Space Management System (PRISMS) development and upload for U.S. Army Reserve sites. The effort was designed to allow the Army Reserve to develop a standardized baseline set of GIS data layers for real property assets at approximately 900 locations. GIS data serves as an essential tool for master planning, spatial analysis, and situational awareness. Additionally, the team is collecting and developing data at each location for the PRISMS suite of tools used by the U.S. Army to facilitate asset management for its facilities including U.S. Army Reserve Centers. Leveraging this technology and data will enable planners and decision makers to make more informed decisions, maximizing the efficient use of land, facilities, and space to support assigned missions. KAYA completed site visits in Alabama and Kentucky for the 81st Regional Support Command (RSC), the Northeastern region of the U.S. for the 99th RSC, and in Texas for the 63rd RSC. At the conclusion of the project KAYA will have completed approximately 9 million square feet of Army Reserve facilities within the U.S.