EnDyna uses a pro-active approach to provide Digital Solutions, including comprehensive web services, custom design and development to maximize productivity, minimize down-time, and provide streamlined resolution to technology challenges.
EnDyna is firmly committed to accessibility standards – such as Section 508 Compliance – and web-based e-learning interoperability standards, including the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). EnDyna is skilled in producing materials that comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
EnDyna provides training solutions and development tools that adhere to the highest levels of quality, cost effectiveness, and compatibility with current industry standards. Implementing sound instructional systems development (ISD) principles, EnDyna collaborates with its clients to analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate (ADDIE) comprehensive training programs that ensure the transfer of requisite skills and knowledge to the learner.
In addition, EnDyna remains at the forefront of relevant training standards, including the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee (AICC), IMS Global, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Ariadne interoperability standards. We work in all media, including instructor-led (ILT), performance support, web/computer-based training (CBT), video, mobile, and synchronous and asynchronous learning environments. Our proven methodology is immediately leveraged by our clients to meet their requirements.
EnDyna develops and creates intelligent Machine Learning (ML) systems for short term predictions. We can process numerical data in static or streaming form. In addition, we can use natural language processing (NLP).
Health IT – at the intersection of IT and Healthcare – involves the design, development, creation, use, and maintenance of information systems for the healthcare industry and healthcare industry related Government Agencies. In support of Biomedical Research, Health Sciences, and Healthcare, EnDyna performs studies and analyses; provides operational, technical, and maintenance services for the systems, subsystems, and equipment.
EnDyna provides data management and analysis support, including conducting comprehensive evaluations and trend analyses, and other activities that are critical in reporting progress, assessing program value, and setting future direction. We also see this work as critical in providing insights into how programs can be improved-and which specific actions have to be taken.
EnDyna custom develops applications, dashboards, and other eTools to maximize efficiency and productivity across its prime contracts. Using industry standards and best practices, EnDyna robust (and award-winning) web applications, tools, and dashboards, are fully customized to fit client missions and programs.
EnDyna develops websites and databases using the latest industry standard technologies and platforms. We continually update and maintain content, events, news, and photos on public-facing websites and internal intranets and ensure content complies with government security protocol requirements.
US Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (DOT/FMCSA), National Training Center (NTC) Program Management: The DOT/FMCSA National Training Center (NTC) provides high quality motor carrier safety and law enforcement training to assist in improving safety, saving lives, and preventing serious injury. EnDyna provided: development of new and revised training courses; business process improvements; creation of new standard operating procedures (SOPs); technical and logistical support for training delivery and facilitation; and instructor support (training, recertification, and evaluation). Instruction was provided online and in traditional classroom settings using a variety of multimedia tools, including but not limited to: webinars, websites and training videos. Annually for DOT, EnDyna developed an average of 240 hours of instructor-led-training (ILT), 120 hours of web-based-training (WBT), 50 hours of synchronous webinars, 80 hours of leadership coaching, and delivered classroom training to more than 13,500 students. EnDyna remediated over three hundred hours of classroom and web-based training to become Section 508-compliant. FMCSA’s websites were remediated on an ongoing basis. Additionally, FMCSA’s technical manuals and job aids, which included Word, Excel, PDF, Adobe files were also remediated to be 508-compliant.
US General Services Administration (GSA), Development and Programming of GSA Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) Dashboard: GSA's Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU) advocates for small, small disadvantaged, veteran, service-disabled veteran-owned, HUBZone, and women business owners. Its mission is to promote increased access to GSA's nationwide procurement opportunities. EnDyna was commissioned by GSA's OSBU to create a functional prototype of a dashboard, which automatically tracks small disadvantaged business utilization (SDBU) to track numerical utilization of small businesses - by regional office and fiscal year. The utilization data would then be provided to the respective regional and other offices responsible. EnDyna provided 15 user licenses of a functional prototype software Dashboard (hereinafter called Dashboard) which extracts data from the public Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) database and consolidates the data and generates the pre-configured GSA OSBU dashboard.
US Agency for International Development (USAID), Development and Programming of USAID Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) Dashboard: Using a similar framework for the Dashboard created for the GSA OSBU, EnDyna also developed a Dashboard for USAID’s OSDBU. EnDyna created a functional dashboard, which automatically tracks small disadvantaged business utilization (SDBU) to track numerical utilization of small businesses - by regional office and fiscal year. The utilization data would then be provided to the respective regional and other offices responsible. EnDyna provided 15 user licenses of a functional prototype software Dashboard (hereinafter called Dashboard) which extracts data from the public Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) database and consolidates the data and generates the pre-configured USAID OSBU dashboard.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Division of Environmental Protection (DEP), Web-Based Training Course on Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans: EnDyna provides independent environmental Compliance and Environmental Management System (EMS) auditing and consulting services at a number of NIH locations nationwide. EnDyna conducts environmental compliance and EMS audits at those sites every two years to ensure all non-compliance issues have been resolved. As part of this work, EnDyna developed a web-based, online training module to train compliance officers to develop and maintain their Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans.
US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH), Division of Environmental Protection (DEP), Environmental Regulatory Compliance Web-Based Platform Development: EnDyna custom developed a web-based application audit tool, EnDyna-RegC, which is used to track progress in compliance and implementation of Corrective Action Plans (CAPs). EnDyna-RegC is a database tracking and reporting tool that can be used easily on laptops and tablets and can be made available online. The protocols and checklists used in this system are consistent with the latest version of the US Army Corps of Engineer’s The Environmental Assessment and Management Guide (TEAM Guide), along with applicable District and State Supplement. To prepare for an audit, EnDyna develops an Audit Plan that includes the audit scope, audit criteria, audit schedule, audit methodology, and identification of audit team members. The scope of the audit identifies the operations and programs to be evaluated (e.g., tanks, power plant, air program, etc.). The audit criteria are the requirements against which the operations and programs are assessed (regulations, permits, ISO 14001, etc.). These requirements are loaded into EnDyna’s own developed Dynamic Environmental Regulatory Compliance Tool, EnDyna-RegC, a Microsoft Excel-based database tracking and reporting tool that can be used easily on laptops and tablets and can be made available online. The protocols and checklists used in this system are consistent with the latest TEAM Guide and any updates to the state and local regulations.
US Department of the Interior (DOI) Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), Data Management and Program Support Services for the BSEE National Offshore Training Center (NOTC): Under this prime contract, EnDyna’s personnel, on-site in at BSEE HQ (Sterling, Virginia) and at the Gulf of Mexico Regional Office (New Orleans, Louisiana) support the BSEE NOTC in enhancing the qualifications and capabilities of inspectors and engineers to enforce compliance with environmental laws and regulations, promote safety, and encourage proper stewardship and conservation of our nation’s offshore resources. Specifically, EnDyna provides services to assist in the management of pre- and post-training support, according to the following objectives: (1) To provide data management services to manage training class evaluations, trends analyses, and records for BSEE NOTC activities. The results of these trends analyses will guide BSEE NOTC in assessing the value of a class, class continuation or a need to modify a class. (2) To provide program support services. The pre- and post-training support services provide logistical support for classes, including room set-up, class preparation, materials printing and calendar maintenance.
US Department of Labor (DOL) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Mobile Application Development: Every year, dozens of workers die and thousands more become ill while working in extreme heat or humid conditions. There are a range of heat illnesses and they can affect anyone, regardless of age or physical condition. As part of OSHA's Heat Illness Prevention campaign, launched in 2011, EnDyna provided all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and used the highest applicable industry standards for sound secure software development practices to develop the OSHA Heat Safety mobile application for Android. Services provided included: development, maintenance, and continuous improvement of mobile app designed to run on the Android platform. Because this application was intended for the public and related to occupational health and safety, EnDyna was also asked to develop the Spanish language equivalent of the application to expand applicability. EnDyna was also prepared to provide updates to the application, as needed. EnDyna also developed and maintained a quality control program to ensure services were performed in accordance with OSHA’s requirements, for which we developed and implemented procedures to identify, prevent, and ensure non-recurrence of defective services. EnDyna’s quality control program was the means to assure that work completed complies with the requirement of the contract.
US Army Futures Command (AFC), Public Affairs and Meeting Support Services for the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC): On-site at Ft. Detrick, Maryland, EnDyna’s public affairs, communications, and design personnel assisted with the development, organization, dissemination, and information management of various health communication materials for the TATRC lab, to include multimedia, print, social media, web design and maintenance, and meeting and event support.
US Department of Justice (DOJ) Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Design, Development, and Implementation of the Electronic Medical Records System: The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is responsible for the care and custody of more than 165,000 inmates located in more than 112 facilities. The Health Services Division (HSD) provides essential health care services to these inmates, consistent with community standards. BOP is responsible for creating and maintaining an accurate medical record which is consistent with the standards of the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO). Within that context, BOP is developing and implementing an electronic medical record (EMR) system. Under this contract, EnDyna Inc. will provide the computer software and services necessary to enhance and continue implementation of the EMR system developed by Advanced Technology Group (ATG).
US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Sustainability Support for Energy and Environment: Under this prime contract, EnDyna provided technical and strategic expertise in the development of a web-based Health IT tool entitled Substances of Concern (SoC) Reduction Tool Kit. This tool kit – which was honored with the White House GreenGov “Green Innovation Award” – supports the sustainable procurement of products and chemicals by creating a peer-to-peer learning framework that provides strategies for safer alternatives.
US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Employee Education System (EES), eLearning Authoring Tool Set and Technology Implementation and Training: EnDyna developed and implemented an authoring tool software (and reference manual) that streamlines training design and development for EES on a new platform to save employees’ time to author interactive web-based training. Training courses to be developed using this authoring tool would enhance skills of physicians, nurses, and laboratory technicians. As such, the courses to be developed were to be shared with DoD and NIH over the Federal exchange. EnDyna delivered a unified, user-friendly database-driven training authoring environment, which leveraged interactive templates used in the training development process. The performance support tool was a great time-saver for EES’s instructional designers as it allowed them to semi-automatically generate Section 508-compliant training by simply providing training assets (such as slides, videos, audio files) and an outline to stitch the assets together.
Environmental Council of the States (ECOS) Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC), Training Development and Delivery: EnDyna also developed and delivered over 30 online training sessions for ECOS/ITRC, a state-led coalition of regulators, industry experts, academia, citizen stakeholders, and federal partners working together to increase regulatory acceptance of state-of-the-art environmental technologies. The training sessions typically lasted two to two and one-half hours and covered highly technical information. EnDyna worked with instructional systems designers, SMEs, and graphic artists to create multimedia courses able to be offered in the classroom setting, via web delivery, and through the creation of instructional CD/DVDs and videos. EnDyna helped maintain public and private web pages, and has supported ITRC in developing the methodology and materials for training programs, interfacing with EPA’s CLUE-IN Portal, developing web-based announcements, advertising for courses, registering attendees, conducting courses, developing web-based evaluations, and updating and improving courses.