Reed Integration: Our Mission Is Your Success

Government and industry clients rely on our expertise in life cycle systems engineering from planning to requirements to projects closeout. Whether these processes involve assessment of mission management practices and project risk for NASA, functional analysis and requirements definition of Vessel Traffic Services for the U.S. Coast Guard, or specification and testing of port security modeling and simulation tools for Virginia Port Authority, we can help you harness the power of your investments in human capital and equipment.  Wondering where to go next?  Start here: Capabilities
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DHS / United States Coast Guard (USCG)

Vessel Traffic Services Improved Capabilities and Performance for USCG. More…
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DHS / United States Coast Guard (USCG)

USCG’s Boat Crew Communication System Prepared for Next Generation Requirements. More…
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NASA’s Independent Program Assessment Office (IPAO)

Independent Program Assessment Office Ensured Lifecycle Milestones Success for NASA. More…

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Corporate Headquarters

Reed Integration, Inc.
7007 Harbour View Boulevard,
Suite 117,
Suffolk, VA 23435
Office: 877-832-6118
Fax: 757-638-3239

Midwest Operations
Richard A. (Allan) Ray
109 South 4th Street,
Bellechester, MN 55027
Office: 651-309-0313
Cell: 507-259-1702
Fax: 651-309-3239
Reed Capital Region
6359 Walker Ln, Suite 200,
Alexandria, VA 22310.
Tel: 571-483-0316
Huntsville Operations
James Taylor PMI RMP
104 Glade Creek Circle,
Harvest, AL 35749
Cell: 256-554-0054

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Reed's Quality Policy

Reed Integration's Quality Assurance (QA) processes ensure that reviews and verifications required by these processes represent unbiased assessments of the quality of our products and services. These QA processes address planning, tracking, reporting, scheduling, and leading QA activities at the project level as addressed in required QA Plans. Through peer and independent reviews, we ensure the clarity, compliance, presentation, and completeness of all deliverables.

Upon completion of a review, the quality reviewer verifies that all defects have been resolved and certifies the deliverable before submission to the client. Reed also performs independent audits to validate task performance and to determine process conformity to our Standards and Procedures Manual.

Monitoring and Controlling Costs


Upon award, the Task Manager (TM) will oversee a task using a basis of estimate (BOE) as the foundation for scheduling and budgeting. The TM and financial analyst will review the Task Execution Plan (TEP), tracking all monthly and cumulative actual versus planned costs. Per the TEP, the TM will proactively adjust plans and resources as needed to avoid or mitigate potential cost variances.

The TM will include all cost-related information from the TEP when generating the monthly Internal Program Review (IPR) for the Business Program Manager (BPM), Program Manager (PM), Functional Manager (FM), and quality reviewer to review. The TEP also will assist the financial analyst in preparing the monthly Navy Contract Status Report and Task Order (TO) progress reports for PM review and submission to the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR).

Reed's policy is to compete via solicitation for the contracting and acquisition of other direct cost (ODC) items, whenever feasible, to provide the best value to our customers. The PM will monitor task activities via each task's IPR documentation and integrate the task data into the Active Contract List (ACL), which tracks funded ceiling amounts for all tasks. The PM also receives the Task Order Expenditures Report that tracks Other Direct Charges (ODC) activities and presents program and project funding and scheduling at the monthly Project Management Reviews (PMRs) with senior management. These activities ensure that each TO remains on schedule and within the authorized funding.

When required, the Reed TM will integrate our Earned Value Management System (EVMS) as part of the PMP at the start of the TO, establishing a performance measurement baseline to determine variances in cost, effort, and schedule progress. Our standard processes satisfy most of the EVMS criteria in ANSI/EIA-748 and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Earned Value Management Implementation Guide, and we will implement any remaining EVMS criteria on specific TOs as necessary.