WHAT WE DO

T-Rex has designed, built, integrated, and operated some of the world’s largest mission critical systems for our government clients who need to leverage the power of data. We have invaluable experience in implementing complex IT modernization projects with critical cyber data protection requirements, aggressive schedules, and large size and scale. We foster innovation, while mitigating risk, saving time and money, and improving benefit-to-cost ratios.

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT

There are many complexities to integrating systems across legacy and modernized infrastructure and migrating from the old way of managing data, systems, infrastructure, and security to advanced IT solutions. Learn more.

CLOUD ADOPTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION

CLOUD ADOPTION AND INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION

Lessons learned, risk management strategies, and best practices to achieve program objectives and efficiencies are critical to the success of cloud adoption and infrastructure optimization. Learn more.

CYBERSECURITY

CYBERSECURITY

Potential damage from cyber threats represents high stakes for federal government agencies. Minimizing cyber threats requires active defense to stay ahead of a moving target of bad actors.Learn more.

DATA ENGINEERING AND ANALYTICS

DATA ENGINEERING AND ANALYTICS

Big data can be leveraged to provide powerful insights, if properly collected, structured, and managed, using the right tools to provide end users with the right information at the right time. Learn more.

MISSION CRITICAL SERVICES

MISSION CRITICAL SERVICES

Strategic data management and architecture are at the heart of achieving mission critical success. A trusted, experienced IT operations team that can scale is a modern necessity. Learn more.

T-Rex helps USDA

CASE IN POINT

U.S. Census Bureau Economic Census Program (USCB)

T-Rex is re-engineering the Economic Census Program, as well as configuring and supporting the IT infrastructure needed for its sub-programs across USCB.This work focuses on the re-engineering, modernization, and revitalization of the Business Register (BR), which is critical to the successful execution of the Economic Census. The focus is on the business architecture included within the BR and is accomplished through the improvement of customer/respondent experience; quality improvement of 1,600+ data products; the increase in speed at which those data products are released; a reduction in cost; and increased organizational efficiency.