Longeviti LLC Earns DCAA Audit Compliance Recognition

Accounting system certification opens new bid opportunities.

Sterling, VA – Longeviti LLC, a minority owned 8(a) firm is proud to announce its recent certification by the Defense Contract Audit Agency as being in full compliance with the standards required by this demanding organization.  This means that Longeviti’s accounting practices are in line with those required by the audit and financial advisory service organization of the Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal entities and thereby entitled to bid on opportunities that would otherwise be closed to this growing firm.

“This is a major milestone in the strategic growth of Longeviti.  This statement of confidence by the DCAA tells the DoD and other federal agencies that Longeviti is aware of the financial responsibilities we bear when taking on contracts that require DCAA compliance.” says Brandon Long, President and CEO of Longeviti.

With this certification, Longeviti is now the holder of five highly coveted certifications:

  • ISO 9001:2015
  • CMMI Level 3 for Services
  • CMMI Level 3 for Development
  • DCAA Accounting System
  • Small Business Administration 8(a)
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Longeviti Wins Contract That Moves It Forward Strategically

New demands, new skill sets to be a part of the contract and company’s growth plan.

Sterling, VA – Longeviti is proud to announce the Drug Enforcement Agency’s decision to award Longeviti with the Digital Evidence Analysis and Support Services contract, effective February 1, 2019. The contract is for one-base year and four option years. Forensic Examiner services are to be provided principally in Lorton, VA, with additional support in Utah and Texas.

Recognizing the digital revolution, DEA in October 1994, established a digital evidence program. The initial purpose of this program was to recover information of probative value from computers and magnetic storage media (diskettes, tapes and data cartridges.) However, the need of digital examination services has broadened both in scope and numbers. Presently, the DEA digital evidence program routinely processes a wide variety of computer evidence, including laptops, desktop computers, network servers, diskettes, backup tapes, and data cartridges (Iomega Zip and Jaz, Syquest, Bernoullis, magneto-optical, etc.) In fact, a seized computer doesn’t even need to be operational as long as the hard drive or magnetic storage media spins or can be made to spin. The motto of the program is “if it spins then it can be read.”

Currently, the DEA digital evidence program is processing almost every conceivable form of non-traditional digital storage device. Many of these do not “spin,” but rather hold the information in a volatile memory state and are powered by a limited battery power supply. Examples include answering machines, pagers, cellular telephones with memory functions, smart facsimile machines, copiers, network printers, electronic cash registers, digital cameras, navigational devices (such as GPS), pocket digital assistants (commonly referred to as a pocket organizer or electronic rolodex), palm-top computers, and digital watches which contain name and phone number data. This expansion of DEA’s computer forensic support services is a reflection of the broader role that digital technologies have in today’s society.

Longeviti President and CEO, Brandon Long, stated that this is a very important win for the young company. “With this contract award, Longeviti moves from providing administrative services into specialized services; those frequently associated with hard-to-find skills in high-demand professions. It’s an important step in realizing our grand vision.”

Longeviti, LLC, is a well-regarded, 8(a), minority-owned services and solutions firm located in the District of Columbia metropolitan area (Sterling, VA) with ongoing support operations with the U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security, and association with several other federal and state government agencies. It is also a certified vendor within Virginia’s Small, Women-owned, and Minority Owned (SWaM) program. It recently received CMMI Level 3 appraisal status for services and development in addition to being ISO 9001:2015 certified.

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Longeviti LLC Appraised at CMMI-DEV v1.3 and CMMI-SVC v1.3 Maturity Level Three

Longeviti today announced that it has been appraised at level three of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. CMMI is a capability improvement framework that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance and the support of their customers.

Achieving a CMMI level 3 designation demonstrates Longeviti’s performance and execution is based on standards, procedures, tools and methods that are well-defined, understood and improved over time and establishes the company’s full commitment to high-level process improvements that assure the delivery of superior solutions to our customers.

“I’m proud of Longeviti’s level 3 CMMI appraisal and the recognition of the hard work of Longeviti employees have received,” said Brandon Long, President and CEO of Longeviti.“ This maturity level is a competitive differentiator and is consistent with Longeviti’s culture of continuous improvement and commitment to excellence.”

CMMI is a world-class performance improvement model for competitive organizations that want to achieve high-performance operations.

About CMMI® Institute

CMMI Institute (CMMIInstitute.com) is the global leader in the advancement of best practices in people, process, and technology. The Institute provides the tools and support for organizations to benchmark their capabilities and build maturity by comparing their operations to best practices and identifying performance gaps. For over 25 years, thousands of high-performing organizations in a variety of industries, including aerospace, finance, health services, software, defense, transportation, and telecommunications, have earned a CMMI maturity level rating and proved they are capable business partners and suppliers

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Longeviti LLC Wins Strategic Engineering and Support Services Prime Contract to Support Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific

This small firm expands its presence and capabilities.

Arlington, VA – Longeviti LLC, a minority owned 8(a) firm providing Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Cyber-Defense, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance has been awarded a strategic contract to support the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Pacific.  This contract is a 5 Year, multiple award IDIQ contract with a total value of $100,000,000.  Team Longeviti will be performing work in the areas of Engineering & Support Services for Network & Information Systems Technology Programs.

“Longeviti is excited to expand our capabilities and footprint in the areas of engineering and information technology”, says Brandon Long, President and CEO of Longeviti.

Specifically, Longeviti will provide engineering, cyber security, network operations (NetOps), information technology services (ITS), and other technical services in support of enterprise networks, devices, communication systems, sensors, applications and information systems.

About Longeviti

Longeviti is a certified 8(a) disadvantaged small business, as well as an ISO 9001:2015 services firm. Longeviti is headquartered in Sterling, VA, and has staff support operations throughout the Washington, DC, Metropolitan area as well as coast-to-coast CONUS operations.  Established in 2014, it began operations in earnest in 2016 with subcontract awards from the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems where it performed administrative and logistical support activities at Fort Belvoir, VA.  It also has contracts with the U. S. Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, U.S. Department of State, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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Longeviti Earns Virginia’s V3 Certification

Longeviti earns additional recognition as a services company committed to the Services.

Sterling, VA – As of March 1, 2018, Longeviti has been recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a certified Virginia Values Veterans (V3) program participant.

Virginia has long been leading the nation in working to improve the lives of veterans through gainful employment.  As noted on their website, in 2012 it became the first state to “create an official program dedicated to improving the employment of Veterans by training employers on national best practices to recruit, hire, train, and retain Veterans.”  Longeviti has joined that effort and been formally recognized as a valued participant actively pursuing those shared goals.

Continuing from the V3 website;

  • While Virginia ranks 12th among states in total population, it ranks 7th in total Veteran population and 4th in Veteran working-age population.
  • The V3 Program provides education, training, and connectivity resources to assist companies in the implementation of nationally recognized best practices in recruiting, hiring, and retaining a highly-skilled, well-educated, and easily trained leadership talent pool.
  • Virginia’s Veteran population can provide employers with valuable human resources that add tremendous experience, leadership, and integrity to an organization.

In response to this recognition, President/CEO Brandon Long commented:

“Once I learned about the V3 Program and how it benefits veterans, I was eager to participate.  What company wouldn’t?  Our veterans risk life and limb to protect this nation and I’m honored to be able to demonstrate my appreciation for their sacrifice by committing Longeviti formally to the cause of bettering their lives.”

Longeviti, LLC, is a well-regarded, 8(a), minority-owned and ISO certified services and solutions firm located in the District of Columbia metropolitan area (Sterling, VA) with ongoing support operations with the U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security, Patent & Trademark Office, and association with several other federal and state government agencies.  It is also a certified vendor within Virginia’s Small, Women-owned, and Minority Owned (SWaM) program.

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Longeviti Earns ISO 9001:2015 Certification

Vibrant firm acknowledged as committed to quality and continuous improvement.

Sterling, VA – Longeviti is pleased to announce that, as of November 2017, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has certified our status against the standards for ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management.

From the ISO website, some of the key benefits of the ISO certified Quality Management System are in allowing an organization to;

  • Work in a more efficient way as all processes will be aligned and understood by everyone in the business or organization, enabling increases in productivity, efficiency, and bringing internal costs down.
  • Meet statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Identify and address the risks associated with an organization.

 In response to this momentous event, President/CEO Brandon Long commented:

“Longeviti is proud to have achieved this notable benchmark in its development.  At the heart of this certification is an organization’s desire to continually improve and that characteristic personifies Longeviti.  It shows that we put our customers first, making sure we consistently meet their needs and enhance their satisfaction.”

Longeviti, LLC, is a well-regarded, 8(a), minority-owned services and solutions firm located in the District of Columbia metropolitan area (Sterling, VA) with ongoing support operations with the U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security, and association with several other federal and state government agencies.  It is also a certified vendor within Virginia’s Small, Women-owned, and Minority Owned (SWaM) program.

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Longeviti Earns Small Business 8(a) Certification

New roles and new approaches await this small but growing firm.

Sterling, VA – Longeviti is pleased to announce that, as of July 2017, the Small Business Administration (SBA) has certified our status as an 8(a) minority-owned firm.

From the SBA website, some of the key elements of the 8(a) program are;

  • The 8(a) Business Development Program is a business assistance program for small disadvantaged businesses.
  • The 8(a) Program offers a broad scope of assistance to firms that are owned and controlled at least 51% by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
  • The 8(a) Program is an essential instrument for helping socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs gain access to the economic mainstream of American society.
  • Participants can receive sole-source contracts, up to a ceiling of $4 million for goods and services as well participate in competitive acquisitions.
  • 8(a) firms are also able to form joint ventures and teams to bid on contracts, enhancing their ability to perform on larger prime contracts and overcome the effects of contract bundling.

In response to this momentous event, President/CEO Brandon Long commented:

“This is an exciting time for Longeviti, both the business and its family of supporting staff.  With this certification, we will be able to establish a stronger presence in the market and bid on an expanding array of prospects that might otherwise have been beyond our grasp.  And it is this expansion of scope that will benefit our staff by bringing new positions and growth opportunities to the individual while providing our customers with a competitive source of management talent and operations effectiveness.

Longeviti, LLC, is a well-regarded, minority-owned services and solutions firm located in the District of Columbia metropolitan area (Sterling, VA) with ongoing support operations with the U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security, and association with several other federal and state government agencies.  It is also a certified vendor within Virginia’s Small, Women-owned, and Minority Owned (SWaM) program.

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First Ever Longeviti Humanitarian Award

Longeviti recently declared its first ever Humanitarian Award with the recipient being Mr. Jason McGowan, a member of the Longeviti Support Staff and a USAF Retiree.

President/CEO Brandon Long wrote the following information to each of the Longeviti associates:

 “It is my privilege and joy to bring to your attention the noble and commendable actions taken by one of your fellow employees.  One of our customer sites is located in Phoenix, AZ, where we support the Federal Protective Service.  Mr. Jason McGowan is Longeviti’s on-site representative there and it’s his act of humanity that I wish to bring into the spotlight.

Late in the evening of May 20th of this year, while driving in Tempe, AZ, he and his wife observed a woman in the center of the highway overpass, sitting on the guardrail with her feet over the edge and looking towards the traffic and street, some 75’ to 100’ below.  Without hesitation, Mr. McGowan stopped his vehicle and went to her aid.  Upon reaching her, he could see that she was despondent and contemplating suicide.  Impulsively, without thinking of the risk to himself, he grabbed hold of the woman and coaxed her back to safety while instructing his wife to call for police assistance.  When the police arrived on the scene, Mr. McGowan led the lady towards the patrol car while providing words of comfort.

If not for Mr. McGowan’s actions, and those of his wife, it is very likely the lady would have ended her life and perhaps that of some innocent on the freeway below.  He comes to Longeviti after retiring from the U.S. Air Force.  He unselfishly put his own safety at risk to help another human, demonstrating that service to the people of this great nation doesn’t end when the uniform comes off.

I want to publicly commend Mr. McGowan for his virtuous actions and display of concern for another and invite each of you to do the same.  I am proud to have him as part of the Longeviti team.”

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Longeviti Is Moving Offices!

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LONGEVITI, LLC TO SUPPORT COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

Small firm continues to take on bigger roles

 Sterling, VA – Longeviti, LLC, has been selected to support the Commonwealth of Virginia’s information technology efforts.  Effective April 2017, the nimble and growing firm signed on to provide staffing augmentation support services to the state’s Virginia Information Technology Agency in Richmond.  The services to be made available are wide ranging within the boundaries of information technology needs and include business analyst, database administration, project manager, programmer, graphic designer, technical writer, help desk, and procurement analyst.

 President and CEO, Brandon Long, shortly after signing contract, was quoted as saying “As a resident firm of Virginia, we are both proud and honored to serve the state.  We look forward to contributing to the prosperity of Virginians and supporting the government of the Commonwealth.”

 Longeviti, LLC, is a well-regarded, minority-owned services and solutions firm located in the District of Columbia metropolitan area (Sterling, VA) with ongoing support operations with the U.S. Army and association with several other government agencies.  It is also a certified vendor within Virginia’s Small, Women-owned, and Minority Owned (SWaM) program.

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