TRILLION has designed, implemented, and delivered the fifth generation of a critical mobile application for one of the government’s critical disaster relief needs. The application was developed as an iOS and Android cross-platform mobile app that field inspectors use to collect and store data of damaged properties and integrates with the agency’s master repository and data source to support the administration of disaster assistance programs.
TRILLION has also developed a Derived Personal-PIV Credential (PIV-D) solution that demonstrates how PIV credentials can be added to mobile devices enabling two-factor authentications to meet policy guidelines. This solution, based on standards and best practices, can be tailored to all agencies that use PIV cards or CAC (Common Access Card).
TRILLION is engaged at a DoD organization to maintain and modernize one of its critical mobile applications. The approach uses an Android and Windows mobile and maintains the integration with the legacy enterprise backend. We designed a roadmap for achieving their future state by progressively replacing the Windows native application with a cross-platform React Native application, maintaining the same look and feel so users require minimal training.
TRILLION is engaged at another critical federal agency to modernize and migrate over 70 legacy custom applications into the cloud, including access via iOS and Android native mobile apps. Our participation includes are supporting the development, testing, and release of iOS and Android native apps to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store via MDM/MAM solutions such as AirWatch and Apple TestFlight.