Our performance and value to the Seaport-e task ordering community is best served by focusing on our core strengths, capabilities, and documented processes. This approach will allow us to do what we do best – focus on our customers and the delivery of the high quality services they deserve.
Specific Support Capabilities available across SEAPORT-E Zone 7 include:
- Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
- Information Systems (IS) Development, Information Systems Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT)
- Program Support
TelStar Quality Assurance
The TelStar approach to Quality Assurance (QA) for Seaport-e is centered on achieving and exceeding government goals for deliverable quality by managing each deliverable in our QA tracking system and documented in our Quality Assurance Plan (QAP). Our QAP provides the details to ensure that performance of work complies with the terms and conditions of the contract and task orders. The benefit to Seaport-e is that quality deliverables will be delivered on-time, every time, and our quality assurance system (QAS) will include documented metrics for our QA plan. We comply with the ISO 9001:2008 standards. Our QAS and QAP are based on these standards. The Telstar Program Management approach to QA is to make certain that the QA system is entirely independent of any influence from the programmatic functions of the TelStar Seaport-e TOs.
TelStar has elected to forego adding teammates at this time. We feel our performance and value to the Seaport-e task ordering community is best served by focusing on our core strengths, capabilities, and documented processes. For this reason we require no subcontractor teammates.
TelStar’s SeaPort-E Points of Contact
Jose Telleria, President/CEO
Michael S. Corbit, Vice-President of Operations
Eva Aguilar, Business Development Manager