KeyLogic Blog

Learn more about the advances and expertise our KeyLogic team brings to their respective fields.

  • Data Warehouse

    Why or When Do You Need a Data Warehouse?

    Oct 29, 2013
    Whether you are the CEO of a fortune-500 level company or a director working on a mid-scale project for the government, chances are that you need to deal with lot of business data. If you want to analyze all that data in a way that can enhance the decision-making and customer-service capabilities of your business, you might want to consider the data warehouse route.
  • Great Employee

    What It Takes to Be a Great Employee

    Oct 24, 2013
    As I'm flying to Charleston on Southwest, I'm reading an article by Southwest's chairman and he's talking about the three characteristics of his employees. A Warrior Spirit, a Servants Hand, and a FunLUVing attitude. It got me thinking about our country's work ethic and what new, young employees can do excel in the work place.
  • Review Process

    Government Funding Awards – Considerations for the Review Process

    Oct 23, 2013
    Review procedures are a crucial phase of the competitive funding process for any award. During this phase, applicants’ materials are distributed to and examined by expert reviewers using the same predetermined factors and criteria for each application. Choosing the appropriate review procedures for your circumstances ensures that vigilant reviews are conducted and, the best applicant is awarded. But what do you need to consider when choosing procedures to best match your needs?
  • Secure Information

    How to Transfer Information Securely Without Compromising Accessibility and Confidentiality

    Oct 22, 2013
    Information security is a top priority for any government organization. Keeping information secure while transferring it across mediums can be a challenge, however, KeyLogic has come up with secure ways that are acceptable to our government customer to achieve this in one important area of support.
  • Managing files

    Building an Effective Equipment Management System for Department of Energy (DOE) Grants

    Oct 17, 2013
    Implementing and maintaining an equipment management system for compliance with federal regulations can be daunting. Since there are no templates suggested by DOE, you may feel overwhelmed at first when developing your own system. The good news is that, in general, the accounting system your organization uses on a daily basis will contain many of the fields needed to comply.
  • Life Buoy

    Tips for Getting Your Client Through the Continuity Documentation Process

    Oct 16, 2013
    Each and every year across the Federal Government, Information Program Managers are asked to update their IT systems’ continuity documentation. To many, this is a daunting task. As a result, much of the task is contracted out to continuity and resiliency experts.
  • Secure Lock

    Key Factors in Building and Maintaining a Secure Information System

    Oct 15, 2013
    Software Security, Cyber Security, Data Security, Network Security, Information Security. The list of terminology related to Information Security is seemingly endless. This factor in and of itself presents a risk to properly addressing Information Security , as it precludes industry professionals charged with the responsibility of protecting information from communicating effectively while opening the door to those who make their living by creating and exploiting confusion caused by this seemingly exponential proliferation of Interrelated jargon.
  • Magnify

    Isn't IV&V/V&V Just Testing?

    Oct 10, 2013
    My earlier blog entry on ”What is the Difference Between SQA and IV&V/V&V?” dealt directly with the primary misconception that Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V or V&V) was nothing more than performing tasks related to Software Quality Assurance. A secondary misconception is that V&V is simply testing of the software system.
  • Editing Paper

    Beyond Crossing T’s and Dotting I’s: The Different Stages of Editing

    Oct 09, 2013
    Many people assume that editors spend their days hunting down typos and eradicating comma splices. But in fact, our responsibilities are much broader than that. When you send us a document, we typically give it three levels of editing: content editing, copyediting, and proofreading.
  • Go-kit

    Prepare to Be Safe

    Oct 08, 2013
    Practicing safety and preparedness in our everyday lives is something we should not take for granted. September is National Preparedness Month. October is Fire Prevention Month. Both have their roots in national tragedy and both focus on helping us be safer as individuals, organizations, and a nation.