From the Arctic in Alaska, to the southern tip of Florida, to the Midway Island in the Pacific Ocean, the Department of the Interior (DOI) works to protect our great outdoors and powers our future. Sustaining America’s natural resources and heritage, cultures and tribal communities, and energy is only possible through the tireless work of this agency.
The team at Telophase wholeheartedly believes in helping our communities gain a greater quality of life. Advancing goals for stewardship and energy independence is not just a mission for the DOI, but a necessity for our entire planet.
Our Services Provide Real Solutions
We work with the DOI to serve communities big and small. These are some of the ways:
The DOI Office of Historical Trust and Accounting (OHTA) division’s complex application landscape and backup protocols were in need of an overhaul. To better serve the agency’s goals, Telophase developers increased fault tolerance capabilities of their applications and implemented redundant solutions, removing the singular dependency on a service. This increased throughput and created load balancing for scalability, high availability, and predictability. The solution allowed the DOI to have a simple integration of its off-site and tape storage backups. To ensure an additional level of security and support, Telophase continues to maintain an updated local copy of the Reference Database owned by the Office of Trust Research (OTR) with custom jobs.
Telophase also delivered a first-of-its-kind advancement for tribal members. The groundbreaking front and back end modernized website and SQL server created by our team has made it possible to view and query on approved document images, which was not achievable before.
“BAE Systems and Telophase have an excellent working relationship. Their dedicated staff goes above and beyond to reach the goals of the organization.”
– Rick Civetti, Project Manager