Who We Are
The NEW-BOLD IT (Information Technology) team approaches each project by working with our clients to understand their desired results. We work with you to design and develop the best solution, applying our corporate principles of assigning the right people and aligning the right processes to ensure the right outcome. We have set our standards high, and we are working to push the bar of excellence and innovation even higher.

What We Do
   Create software applications using
  • C/C++
  • C# (.NET)
  • Javascript
  • XML
  • HTML
  • PHP
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver/Fireworks
  • Ada
  • Java
  • Visual Basic
  • Power Builder
  • X Windows
  • Cold Fusion
  • OSF/Motif
  • Fortran
   Design, create, develop, and maintain databases and data warehouses using
  • Oracle
  • Sybase
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Access
  • SQL
  • SQL *Forms
  • SQL *Plus
  • dBase
   Design, implement, modify, and maintain software on platforms such as
  • Windows (95, 98, ME, NT, 2000)
  • Linux (Redhat and Slackware UNIX)
  • Solaris (Sun UNIX)
  • HP-UX (Hewlett Packard UNIX)
  • IRIX (Silicon Graphics UNIX)
What We Have Done
      As a subcontractor to I3, NEW-BOLD provides 24/7 support to the Watch Desk at the
           Department of Defense (DoD) Biometric Identity Management Activity (BIMA).
      As a subcontractor to TASC at the NASA IV&V Center in Fairmont, WV, NEW-BOLD provides
           support in performing IV&V on safety and mission-critical software to determine whether or not the
           systems software satisfies its intended use.
      As a subcontractor to Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) at BIMA, NEW-BOLD provided
            strategic planning, testing and evaluation, war-fighter help desk, and senior-level database
           analysis support.
      As a subcontractor to EWA, our software engineering team provided complete software
            engineering lifecycle support, database development, integration, and test and evaluation in
            developing a reality-based combat ship training program to maintain combat readiness for the
            Battle Force Tactical Trainer (BFTT).
      Developed and produced an embedded proficiency trainer in a PC-based tutorial that
           allows defense personnel to train using the actual equipment
      Evaluated a number of forward engineering methodologies and technologies to apply to
           MASINT sensor legacy software
      Modified the COBRA DANE radar's mission scenario generation capabilities
      Modified the Radar Cross Section's modeling and information-gathering capabilities
      Developed an implementation plan for an electronic catalog of commercially available
           items that will interface with vendors, customer legacy systems, and Defense Logistics
           Agency legacy systems to provide near real-time order processing and direct vendor-to-
           customer delivery
      Generated the software requirements specification and software test plan for the Air Force's
           HAVE STARE radar system enhancement, including:
  • System and unit-level test procedures
  • Data format conversion algorithms
  • Unit and component design, coding, testing, and integration
  • Standards and conventions
  • Quality assurance procedures
Who Has Benefited