KeyLogic Blog

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

  • 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.
  • CPIC

    What role does Enterprise Architecture (EA) have within a Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) program and IT Investment Management (ITIM) methodologies?

    Oct 03, 2013
    CPIC and EA programs have synergistic touch points, that when integrated, can effectively support an effective ITIM program. EA can assist the CPIC process by providing recommendations to streamline the investments, eliminate duplication of effort and encourage adoption of technologies that are required to achieve the future state.
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    Federal Conferences, Symposia, and Trade Shows

    Oct 02, 2013
    Effective marketing in the Federal space accomplishes several goals. Ideally, marketing investments should generate demand for your company’s products or services, through either education of the prospect or differentiation of your services against your competition. There are many possible vehicles or channels for a Federal contractor to market its services, including advertising, direct mail, and more recently, web, email, and social media. One channel that has evolved over the past two decades is the Federally-focused conference or trade show.