Comter Systems Pvt Ltd.

Defense Clients

Journey of Success - Growth of a decade with client support

Client: Joint Chiefs of Staff
Project: Time & Materials


Comter Systems was a subcontractor to Booz-Allen-Hamilton to provide contract support in applications and database administration to the Joint Staff.  The JCS implemented the PeopleSoft Human Resources, Position Management and Recruiting modules in March of 2004.  The task performed not only included Systems support, but in addition we continuously analyzed JCS's HR needs with recommended solutions. The Joint Chiefs of Staff will work in collaboration with DOD to:

  • Modernize/overhaul financial management
  • Expand E-Payroll
  • Establish DOD civilian personnel system

Client: Department of Navy
Project: Requirements, development, testing and support of Oracle HR application and Oracle database.


The Naval Security Group Command was activated on 1 July 1968 as an echelon 2 command under a commander reporting directly to the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO). Simultaneously, the Headquarters, Naval Security Group Command was established and assigned to the CNO for command and support. Concurrently, the CNO delegated command and support responsibility for the Naval Security Group Command Headquarters and assigned shore activities to the Commander, Naval Security Group Command. The Naval Security Group Command comprises the Headquarters and assigned shore activities. The Commander, Naval Security Group Command has been designated the Technical Manager of the Naval Reserve Security Group (NAVRESSECGRU) Program by the CNO.


The Naval Security Group Command is assigned Department of the Navy-wide responsibilities for cryptology. It provides technical guidance and support to cryptologic activities of the Navy operating forces. The Command advises and assists the CNO and Fleet Commanders in Chief in the planning and programming of cryptologic and related resources and the effective use thereof. The Commander, Naval Security Group Command acts as Executive Agent for the Department of the Navy, for Signals Security matters and, for Data Link Vulnerability Assessment Methodology within the Navy Vulnerability Assessment Program.  


This project was a worldwide implementation for 16,000 individuals that originally incorporated various enhancements of Oracle 11.5.3 Human Resources Management Systems for CNSG.


The implementation utilized basic Human Resources, certain advanced  features and Self Service HR. It involved working closely with all departments on IMO's behalf to perform requirements analysis, gap analysis, design documentation, user acceptance testing and deployment. The key issue to comply with was making sure the system is compliant with DITSCAP, NIACAP, DIACAP. The processes and procedures of the system need to compliant to be certified and accredited.


Our responsibilities also involved the creation of training and transition documentation. 

After the initial implementation, the application was upgraded from 11.5.3 to 11.5.9. We provided guidance in incorporating newer features available in 11.5.9. Additional enhancements are being added as the system continues to evolve.  We are providing post-production support for the production system.


Due to the confidential nature of this project, additional details can be provided by our reference.