Washington DC: The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has awarded TCG a $15 million contract to maintain and enhance existing web-based software systems and implement new software systems. The contract was awarded with one base year and four option years.
Under this contract, TCG will support operations, maintenance, and enhancements for the following applications:
- Electronic Document Information System (EDIS) – the official repository of all documents submitted in relation to Commission investigations.
- HTS Search & Data Management System – provides public search capabilities on the official Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States and the ability for internal staff to maintain the data.
- DataWeb – provides reporting and query capabilities on U.S. trade and tariff data.
Miscellaneous Tariff Bill Petition System (MTBPS) – a web portal to submit and comment on petitions for tariff relief and supports the internal analysis process of petitions.
- 337Info – provides access to information related to the Commission’s intellectual property rights investigations.
- SharePoint 2013 server farm – an internal platform hosting numerous document repositories, organizational sites, and functional applications supporting day-to- day business operations.
USITC selected TCG for this contract due to the company’s flexible staffing approach, ability to attract and retain the industry’s leading advisors and past performance at similar agencies.
TCG is appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development (CMMI-DEV) Level 3, CMMI for Service (CMMI-SVC) — Level 2 and is ISO 9001:2015 certified for quality management. The company was named the 2017 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year for the Washington Metropolitan Area District by the Small Business Administration.
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The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) is an independent, quasijudicial Federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities on matters of trade. The agency investigates the effects of dumped and subsidized imports on domestic industries and conducts global safeguard investigations. The Commission also adjudicates cases involving imports that allegedly infringe intellectual property rights. Through such proceedings, the agency facilitates a rules-based international trading system. The Commission also serves as a Federal resource where trade data and other trade policy-related information are gathered and analyzed. The information and analysis are provided to the President, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), and Congress to facilitate the development of sound and informed U.S. trade policy. The Commission makes most of its information and analysis available to the public to promote understanding of international trade issues.