State and Local

Ingenium understands the vital need currently driving state and local entities to acquire economical yet effective IT solutions. These investments, more so then at any other time in our history, are essential to ensure the most robust cost efficiencies are realized for each IT dollar spent.

Our work with State and Local establishments includes support across the entire IT systems engineering and sustainment spectrum. Collectively, these projects have involved the management of systems processing over $15B of government financial transactions annually, the deployment of 4M lines of code, and the implementation and/or support of such systems as IBM Maximo, Oracle Financials, and several custom COBOL financial processing systems.

The Government of Prince George's County, Maryland

For over five years, we have supported the government of Prince George's County, Maryland, one of the largest County’s in the DC metropolitan area. We have consistently demonstrated our ability to secure the business of and complete large government financial projects.

Ingenium was responsible for all Web, Client Server, and Mainframe applications used by various County departments. Key systems developed and maintained by Ingenium include the custom General Ledger application, Property Tax assessment and management system, business licensing system, and budget and financial reporting systems.

The Government of Mobile County, Alabama

Ingenium developed and deployed a custom payroll, time collection and employee information management tool for Mobile County, Alabama. The application was developed to accommodate the complex compensation and taxation requirements of the County's administration and better manage all aspects of payroll, W2 processing for over 5,000 employees.

Using .NET technology, these applications met the high availability and secure information processing requirements of the County. A critical requirement involved incorporating significant audit capability and verification for both administrators and functional users.

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC)

Ingenium provided strategic consulting services for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), a $600M utility based in the greater Washington DC area, over the course of two years. Ingenium was responsible for Strategic Planning, Enterprise Architecture, and Business Process analysis support.

Key deliverables included a detailed three-year strategic plan and a way ahead for the modernization of WSSC’s financial and asset management applications. Ingenium worked with WSSC department stakeholders to identify modernization requirements for the commission’s Oracle Human Resources, Oracle Financials, and custom mainframe billing and asset tracking systems.