“I appreciate being a part of the Cydecor Team.”

— Susan Wright
Financial Management

Our Corporate Philanthropy
Yellow Ribbon Fund, Inc :: Welcoming Our Injured Service Members Home
Please help injured service members today by making a small donation.
Learn more.
Solutions
Our Experience

Cydecor provides exceptional services to clients through four solution areas. In our Consulting practice, we partner with our clients to develop the most effective solutions, leveraging our professional and technical services experience in several key areas. With Software, we provide the technology platform that creates an infrastructure for both stability and flexibility. We make recommendations on industry standards proven to deliver results. We leverage our Systems experience to bring experience know-how to your organization. And finally, we Support the software and systems to ensure you have reliability and continuity to deliver consistent results over the long term.

» Systems Engineering
» Program Management
» Knowledge Management
» DoD Acquisition
» Analysis
SharePoint Development «
Application Management «
Document Management «
Information Assurance «
» Administration
» Financial
» IT Systems
» Maintenance
» Training
Intelligence Community «
Irregular Warfare «
Special Operations «
Undersea Domain «
Unmanned Systems «
  • Consulting
    » Systems Engineering
    » Program Management
    » Knowledge Management
    » DoD Acquisition
    » Analysis
  • Software
    SharePoint Development «
    Application Management «
    Document Management «
    Information Assurance «
  • Support
    » Administration
    » Financial
    » IT Systems
    » Maintenance
    » Training
  • Systems
    Intelligence Community «
    Irregular Warfare «
    Special Operations «
    Undersea Domain «
    Unmanned Systems «

Cydecor prides itself on maintaining long-term, ongoing relationships with our clients, which include a rich mix of industry leaders and top-tier organizations positioned across strategic markets. Our proficiency in these key industries allows us to employ knowledge and expertise across these practices to provide the greatest value to our clients.

Below are examples of work performed by our team.

Project Name Organization Contract Type Contract Number
CENSECFOR COAT InstructionCenter for Security ForcesFFPN00178-14-D-7679-FK01

Assists CENSECFOR by developing the Commanding Officer Antiterrorism (COAT) course and curriculum, administering management training and oversight, and instructional delivery. Training encompasses the course scope, learning objectives, and Navy instructions. In addition, Cydecor coordinates these activities with the CENSECFOR Antiterrorism Leadership Course Curriculum Model Manager (AT Lead CCMM).

COIC T&SE (SIL, O&M, FED Nodes)Joint IED-Defeat OrganizationT&MGSC-QFOB-10-32315

Provides Web Portal Software Security Assurance and Quality Control support, which includes scanning customer source code, auditing results with development and/or security teams, and offering plans for remediation of vulnerabilities. Cydecor also provides technology and systems engineering expertise including Network Operations/Maintenance, Applications Operations/Maintenance, and Data Warehouse Operations/Maintenance.

DON MSRANaval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Groton Office FFPN00189-13-C-G002

Provides technical support at the Naval Submarine Support Facility (NSSF), repairing circuit card assemblies, electronic modules, and instituting policies.

Draper LabsDraper LaboratoriesT&MN00030-05-C-0011

Provided support and counsel in the evaluation of TRIDENT Guidance Program alternatives for the life extension, affordable sustainment, and enhancement of strategic guidance system performance.

DTRA-CTRDefense Threat Reduction AgencyT&MHDTRA1-05-D-0002

Cydecor provides a full range of Business, Financial, Acquisition, and Risk Management support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Cooperative Threat Reduction Directorate.

EPA ITEnvironmental Protection AgencyFFP4T-0278-YTSA

Provided the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with technical services and hardware and software support. Cydecor also supplied the EPA with a Fujitsu high-speed black and white scanner with a document feeder and network interface support.

GBPSUnited States Special Operations CommandIDIQH92222-10-D-0019

Provides various functional subject matter experts, plus advisory, analysis, and other types of support related to Global Battlestaff Operational and Intelligence Support to USSOCOM.

JCS TAJoint Chiefs of StaffIDIQN00178-04-D-4024-FG04

Provided a broad range of professional, technical, analytical, and executive-level support services to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and other Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.

JXS MobilityNaval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionIDIQN00178-04-D-4119-FC33

Provided non-personal professional engineering, technical, acquisition engineering and program management support services for hardware requirements.

JXT HWNaval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionIDIQN00178-04-D-4119-FC32

Provides non-personal professional engineering, technical, acquisition engineering, logistics, and management of tactical hardware support services.

N80 PPBEOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00178-04-D-4119-EX03

Responsible for managing, updating, conducting, and administering a fully integrated PPBE information dissemination program to support the OPNAV Action Officer Training Program. Developed all course materials, including course syllabus, instructor guides, student guides, lesson plans, tests, and course evaluations.

N81 M&SOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsIDIQN00178-04-D-4119-NS17

Provides analyses and assessments of warfare and warfare support, campaign analyses, mission level analyses, modeling and simulation, management ,and documentation support in the following functional areas: Warfare and Warfare Support Analyses; Assessments and Integration; Investment Strategy Development; World Class Model Development.

NAVSEA Expeditionary ProgramsNAVSEA PMS 408 & PMS 340CPIFN00178-05-D-4269-EH01

Provides programmatic support that includes acquisition program and procurement support, engineering and technical support, financial management and cost estimating support services, logistics, operations, and sustainment support services.

NAVSEA Expeditionary ProgramsNAVSEA PMS 408 & PMS 340CPIFN00178-05-D-4269-EH02

Provides programmatic support that includes program evaluation and analysis support, administrative and communications support, open business support for acquisition programs, capability assessment and mission analysis support.

NAVSEA PMS 450Program Executive Office for SubmarinesCPFFN00178-04-D-4042-EH03

Provides financial analyses into areas related to research, development, production for new construction and modernization, operation, maintenance, installation and test and evaluation of electronic hardware or software installed in the fleet.

NAVSEA PMS 500Program Executive Office ShipsCPFFN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided professional support services to PMS500 staff in developing lessons learned assessments and recommendations from the SEAWOLF Class program for use by the DDG-1000 program.

NAVSEA PMS NSWNaval Sea Systems CommandCPFFN00178-06-D-4676-EH01

Provides strategic planning, concept development, system design, test, logistics, acquisition, and IT support to PMS NSW, NAVSPECWARCOM, USSOCOM, JSOC, AFSOC and DEVGRU.

NSLCNaval Sea Logistics CenterT&MN65538-06-Q-0110

Provided mission-critical support in process improvement including IT Service Management and Infrastructure Library support (ITSM/ITIL), and Six Sigma "black-belt" process design and measurement.

NSW Command Defense ReadyNaval Special Warfare CommandFfPH92240-15-D-0016-01

Provides data mapping from the NSW data warehouse for import into DefenseReady (NAVSOC, TSOCs, HQ and SOF Global) on a scheduled recurring basis in order to facilitate greater visibility and enhanced planning of NSWC resources, readiness, requirements, authorizations, and assignments.

NSW Command N5 StrategyNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-04

Provides strategy and policy integration services for NSW Command (N5) Plans, Assessment, and Strategy Department.

NSW Command SRT Health AdminNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-03

Assists the Naval Special Warfare Group Ten (NSWG-10) Echelon IV medical departments with the execution of all administrative healthcare-related services affecting the overall command's operational medical readiness.

NSW Group 10Naval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-02

Provides programmatic support to NSWG-10 in the areas of IT, Knowledge Management, and Defense Travel System (DTS) management. Tasks include document drafting/lifecycle management; logistics inventory; ISR program support services; manpower and personnel analysis; continuous process improvement; and the drafting, editing, and review of lessons learned.

NUWC Code 25Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N432

Provides engineering and test services for the SEAWOLF Non-Propulsion Electronics System (NPES), VIRGINIA Class NPES, SSBN NPES, SSGN, NPES, OHIO Replacement Program NPES, SSN NPES, AN/BSY-2 Legacy Components, SWFTS (Submarine Warfare Federated Tactical Systems) Combat System, the OHIO Replacement program, and the AN/BYG-1, AN/BQQ-5, ARCI (Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion) and RLGN (Ring Laser Gyro Navigator) subsystems.

NUWC Code 34Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N433

Assists the NUWC C34 in performing a wide range of engineering and technical/program management functions in support of submarine Imaging, Electronic Warfare, Communication, Antenna, and Special Projects Systems.

NUWC Code 34Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N435

Assists NUWC C34 in developing design documentation; developing, writing, and testing Hardware and Software unit test plans and procedures; developing and modifying test plans, procedures, and reports; and in developing, maintaining and reviewing Performance Specifications, Hardware/Software Requirements Specifications, System Requirement Verification Matrix (SRVM), System/Subsystem Design Document (SSDD) and Interface Requirement Specifications.

ONR FNCCPFFN00178-05-D-7679-EE01

Performs a wide range of Program Management services encompassing complex planning, policy, and programmatic support actions that require frequent interaction with flag and SES managers, the development and maintenance of detailed budget documentation, and the preparation and delivery of tracking lists.​

ONR MATOCOffice of Naval ResearchIDIQN00014-04-D-0481

Provided IT services for ONR headquarters in Arlington, VA, as well as its fifteen (15) field and branch offices spanning the United States, London, Tokyo, Australia and Singapore.

ONR SBIR/STTROffice of Naval ResearchCPFFN0014-16-C-4013

Provides support to the Department of Navy (DoN) in executing the SBIR/STTR program.

OPNAV N3N5Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00024-12-C-Z118

Provided strategy and policy expertise in irregular warfare, confronting irregular challenges, and Air-Sea Battle concepts, and supports CONOPS development, POM planning, and the PPBE process, as well as Knowledge Management, and FOIA/MDR and DTS administration.

OPNAV N3N5 ASBOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX02

Provides management support services and analytical support to the N3N5 leadership to facilitate strategic, analytical, technical, programmatic support, data collection, policy review, concept development, and process research.

OPNAV N3N5 CNOOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX03

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services of short and long term duration.

OPNAV N3N5 NIWOOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided a full range of support including Irregular Warfare Operations, Research and Development, Engineering, Systems Engineering, Prototyping, Modeling & Simulation, Configuration Management, Test & Evaluation, Logistics, Strategy Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Management, Knowledge Management, Human Capital Assessment, and Intelligence.

OPNAV N3N5 NWGOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX01

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services that require unique skills and experience in Irregular Warfare (IW), SOF/GPF, Confronting Irregular Challenges (CIC) disciplines, including support to the budgeting and execution phases of N3/N5’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process..

OPNAV N3N5 NWGOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX02

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services that require unique skills and experience in Irregular Warfare (IW), SOF/GPF, Confronting Irregular Challenges (CIC) disciplines, including support to the budgeting and execution phases of N3/N5’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process..

OPNAV N3N5 SISOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX03

Provides management support services and analytical support to the N3N5 leadership to facilitate strategic, analytical, technical, programmatic support, data collection, policy review, concept development, and process research.

OPNAV N957Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00178-05-D-4269-FK02

Supports operational forces conducting Naval and Joint missions in support of the National Military Strategy of the United States, including operational forces, development and sustainment programs within the Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise. Forces perform a variety of expeditionary missions ranging from tactical construction, underwater construction, counter-IED, mine countermeasures, afloat security forces, intelligence collection and analysis, and civil affairs.

OPNAV N96Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00178-05-D-4660-FK04

Implements N9 responsibilities for determining force levels, shipboard and related support requirements and major characteristics of programs involving weapon systems, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, command ships, patrol craft, and littoral combat ships. Further, N96 executes such planning, preparation, and execution as are incident to that mission.

OPNAV N96 TomahawkOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX01

Assist in developing an innovative, well-integrated, high performance team in support of N96 Tomahawk weapons system.

OPNAV N97Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00178-05-D-4269-FK01

Provides support in Manpower, Personnel, & Training (MPT) Program Analysis and Assistant Contract Technical Representative (ACTR)/ Information Technology (IT) Administration, including JCIDS, JROC, HIS, and NMCI support.

OPNAV N97Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00189-16-P-Z432

Provides support in Manpower, Personnel, & Training (MPT) Program Analysis and Assistant Contract Technical Representative (ACTR)/ Information Technology (IT) Administration, including JCIDS, JROC, HIS, and NMCI support.

OPNAV N98Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00189-13-D-Z028

Provides support to Requirements Officers in the following areas: Business Operations Manager, Training Branch, and Manpower Branch within the Air Warfare Division (OPNAV N98) in the Pentagon, Arlington, VA, and is responsible for interaction with various PMA’s/PMW’s/PEO’s to extract knowledge and information in matters of concern to OPNAV N98.

PCD MIW MPNaval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City DivisionCPFFN00178-08-D-5539-HR01

Provided technical and programmatic support for defining, planning, and executing all aspects of the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Combat System (COMBAT SYSTEM); Mission System (MS); Mission Package (MP); and Platform Certification assessment, testing, analysis, and reporting activities

PEO MA IRISDefense Information Security AgencyFFP LOEHC1028-09-F-2709

Cydecor provides software development and information assurance for the Integrated Resource Information System SQL database and active web interface that resides on the Defense Enterprise Control Center.

PEO SUBProgram Executive Office SubmarinesIDIQN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided program management as required in support of all ongoing Program Office financial management, logistics, and engineering efforts [HM&E, Combat Systems, Non-Propulsion Electronic Systems (NPES)].

PEO SUB SOFProgram Executive Office SubmarinesCPFFN00178-04-4042-EH03

Supported PEO SUBS by providing acquisitions management, strategic communications, stakeholder engagement and liaison, and program management services in support of its strategic acquisition plan and the SOF Undersea Mobility mission.

SITEC AMS NSWNaval Special Warfare CommandT&MH92222-11-D-0018

Provides logistic, technical, and IT services, as well as operations and application management support for this NSWC support services contract for the SITEC. Under this project, Cydecor specifically performs software training, hardware installation, and computer system maintenance.

SOCOM J3 SupportUnited States Special Operations CommandT&MN00173-10-C-2021

Supports USSOCOM in its program to strengthen the GSN. Cydecor’s support to the SOCOM J3-International (formerly GSN OPT) and its Connectivity Team is contracted via a NRL Task Order. Cydecor provides support in the areas of JCIDS Support and Architecture Development, C4I Project Management, IT Services, and Program Management.

USAF AF/A8United States Air Force, Air StaffIDIQD10PC18661

Provides a full range of analytical, technical, and assistance services necessary to support the Air Force in developing strategic planning, programs, and studies by producing comprehensive and effective documents, papers, studies, presentations, analytic scenarios and modeling requirements, and to equip the Air Force Divisions with the information necessary to accomplish their priorities and goals

USMC CMC SDUS Marine Corps CMC Safety DivisionFFPM00264-15-C-1022

Provides CMC(SD) with a comprehensive solution to assess communications and marketing requirements, assisting in the development of safety program strategies, producing promotional and informational materials suitable for printed and electronic mediums, and providing data capture and reporting support.