Ridgewood Technology Partners is a technology consulting firm that delivers advanced mobile software solutions to the commercial and government markets. We deploy a team of highly-qualified, passionate and dedicated individuals whose sole objective is to support the client’s mission and ensure success.
For over 10 years, we have consistently exceeded our client’s expectations to support some of their most challenging efforts. This is accomplished by leveraging the skills and expertise of our seasoned professionals to ensure each project is properly scoped, adequate resources are available and objectives are clear.
Whether it’s securing a Fortune 500’s mobile platform, developing training aids for government employees deployed around the globe or simply measuring the performance of a complex initiative, our software products and consulting services are inspiring disruptive innovation in today’s ever changing IT industry.
Trusted Solution Provider to Public and Private Sectors for over 10 Years
Minority Owned Small Business with locations in Reston, Virginia and Washington Navy Yard
Winner of the David Packard Award for Exemplary Innovation
Army AMCOM Express, GSA IT-70, Navy Seaport-e (8a) and R2-3G Contract Vehicles
Government and commercial customers seek out Ridgewood Technology Partners because of our reputation in providing high-quality software engineering, program management, logistics and acquisition solutions. To help our clients meet their needs proficiently, Ridgewood offers a range of government contracting options. These contract vehicles provide our clients with streamlined processes and procedures to obtain both our services and products.
Ridgewood maintains a list of General Service Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Schedules, Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) and agency-specific Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract vehicles.
In support of the U.S. Navy’s PEO EIS organization, Ridgewood is currently developing the COMPASS application that allows an organization to rapidly identify existing and future capabilities within the innovation community and align internal initiatives to those capabilities. The COMPASS application simplifies the acquisition process by providing innovators with a comprehensive rapid response system for planned procurements. Leveraging the latest in advanced analytics, COMPASS enables decision makers to visually identify best fit technologies as well as perform trend analysis. This novel approach to innovation management shortens the acquisition cycle and significantly lessens the administrative burden placed on an organization.
On behalf of the U.S. Army’s electronic warfare program, Ridgewood developed The Synchronized Individual Training Environment (SITE) application. The SITE application provides scenario-based training to soldiers and other military personnel stationed around the world. It is a content rich mobile application that leverages the latest in modeling, simulation and gamification to deliver a more engaging and realistic user experience. SITE integrates a robust web-based back-end that delivers advanced analytics, real time application administration and Mobile Device Management (MDM).
Ridgewood provided program management, business analysis, and big data development at Halliburton / Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR) in support of a $10 million initiative to develop an advanced global integrated operation center (IOC) using business intelligence and advanced analytics. The IOC serves as a centralized command center that enables KBR executives and key personnel to provide strategic, tactical and operational support to field personnel responding to natural as well as man-made disasters. This center will report information in a shared environment to facilitate quick decision-making based on accurate cost, schedule and performance knowledge.
Ridgewood’s experience in emergency response and preparedness includes research and studies to understand communication methods used among Fire and Rescue and the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS), an organization that oversees and coordinates all components of the statewide EMS system and which will direct the path of all ambulances and helicopters. Our study, on behalf of the (UMB), sought to commercialize its software to coordinate workflows. Ridgewood interviewed the Baltimore City Fire Chief, surgeons, charge nurses and other healthcare personnel to gather data needed to manage bed availability when weather-related injuries or other emergency situations caused hospitals to become full.