Excella has been awarded a contract by the Justice Department’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives to provide agile support services for the Spartan Case Management System.
Under the contract, Excella will provide agile coaching and comprehensive testing for the continued development and maintenance of Spartan. The case management system supports industry operations and criminal enforcement programs.
“At Excella, we intimately understand the agile software development process as software developers ourselves, as well as the business case behind the development,” said Excella Vice President of National Security Beth Gomolka. “Our coaches and the experts testing agency systems come with a strategic and comprehensive perspective to ensure both usability, reliability, and accuracy.”
The Spartan program will continue to collect, manage, analyze and report on information from criminal investigations, licensing, monitoring and enforcement of appropriate legal shipping of firearms and explosives.
“Bringing this approach to programs like Spartan facilitates faster, higher quality software, giving agencies the tools to effectively and efficiently meet their missions,” Gomolka added.
Excella’s services are intended to ensure usability and reliability of the system, which would improve the agency’s ability to protect the community from illegal use, trafficking and storage of firearms, explosives and alcohol and tobacco products.