Government Internet Technology Quality Assurance (IT QA For GOV) is a program for government entities at all levels that have built computer infrastructure on outsource vendors mixed with in-house IT personnel for many years now.  IT for government entities often evolves to an “organic network” of services, devices, and vendors.  It is often difficult for controllers, presidents, and even IT staff to evaluate the “big picture” and make sound business decisions.  Often leaders in government have to focus their efforts on the latest needs of the public and don’t have time for proper internal auditing.  C2Axis has been working with Government entities at all levels for more than a decade and understands the challenges that can face municipalities and government entities.  For a fixed fee pricing model that works with budgets between $5-$15 per employee monthly, C2Axis will perform the following:

  • Initial on site audit, Government Leadership Meet and Greet, and IT personnel interview(s).  

  • Review all IT related business expenses prior to purchase.

  • All IT purchase orders triple source vendor checked.

  • Monthly IT ticket review of all issues and change recommendations.

  • Monthly/Quarterly IT meeting depending on need.

  • Bi-annual IT interviews (Optional).

  • IT resource for in house IT personnel.

  • Long Term IT planning assistance.

  • Annual IT External Audit Summary.
     

IT QA For GOV services do not include day to day operations.  This service is an oversight and IT steering program that creates a layer of independent analysis of current IT systems and spending leveraging experienced IT services at a price point that is affordable. The IT QA For GOV program also removes the conflict of buying equipment and additional IT services from outside vendors, who profit with their recommendations.  Let C2axis be your IT advocate and your assurance to your constituents that they are getting the most of our their IT tax dollars.
 

Jason the owner and founder of C2Axis started his IT career in the USMC, and learned to build computer networks with zero budget and hand me down technology.  He went on to work with the Army Corps of Engineers, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Navy Reserve Head Quarters, nonprofits and private industry.  He hates over paying for IT services and equipment.  There is a fine line to walk between value and being counterproductive, but it’s equally important to be fairly represented in the market place and to pay the proper and just amount for goods and services.  Don’t let lack of knowledge and experience cost you money for IT.

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