Legacy systems are transitioning from traditional Military Standards and starting to undergo DO-178 and DO-254 Certification. CERTON, a Cyient company, provides GSA customers with the guidance they need to follow requirements based design processes needed to receive certification from the FAA and other authorities.
CERTON’s core competencies align closely with the GSA Schedule 70 Contracts for Information Technology (IT) for Safety-Critical Engineering services such as DO-178 Software Development, DO-254 Electronic Hardware Development, MIL-STD Certifications, SEAL Certification and DoD Standards Engineering processes. CERTON can also provide services for the following Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) Codes:
- FPDS Code D301: IT Facility Operations & Maintenance
- FPDS Code D302: IT Systems Development Services
- FPDS Code D306: IT Systems Analysis Services
- FPDS Code D308: Programming Services
- FPDS Code D311: IT Data Conversion Services
- FPDS Code D316: IT Network Management Services
- FPDS Code D399: Other IT Services
CERTON is ITAR registered with the DDTC and our facility boasts 72,000 square feet of usable space, which includes 15,000 square feet of secure SCIFs compliant with both DCID 6/9 and JAFAN 6/9 security standards for government based projects. No matter what phase of the software or hardware development lifecycle you’re in, CERTON has the expertise to help streamline requirements capture for new or legacy systems. Our engineers can conduct Independent Verification & Validation (IV&V) testing or partner with your team in the actual design process.
CERTON has also been approved by the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Consortium as one of only four authorized FACE Verification Authorities. CERTON has demonstrated expertise in the FACE Technical Standards and being named an approved FACE Verification Authority marks a significant milestone. This affirmation positions CERTON as part of an elite group of only four authorized suppliers for safety-critical military avionics software verification conformance during a time when Rockwell Collins, Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, ARMY, AIR FORCE, NAVAIR, and other organizations are embracing FACE for avionics upgrades.