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EIS

EIS is a premier provider of


Systems Engineering,
Information Technology, and
Program Management
services and solutions to the
U. S. Federal Government for
over 15 years. Currently, EIS
employs more than 400
employees and annual
revenues exceed $50 million.
EIS is a SEI CMMI Maturity
Level 2 appraised, and ISO 9001:2008 and 20000:2005
certified company. We enjoy excellent financial stability
and have remained debt-free since inception. EIS has
many 8(a), Small Business, and Small Disadvantaged
Business (SDB) contract vehicles under the $25 million
size standard to partner with Federal agencies and
industry partners. Currently, EIS is SDB certified by the
Small Business Administration under the 500 employee
size standard.

Services
 Program/Project Management Office (PMO), Portfolio
Management (CPIC), and Enterprise Architecture
 Major Systems Acquisition, Program Management,
Business/Financial Management, EVM, and Logistics
 Systems Engineering, and SETA
 IT Systems and Services, Software Engineering,
BPR, and Software Development
 Systems and Software IV&V, Information Assurance,
and Information Security
 Network and Data Center Operations, Network
Engineering, and End User IT Support

Mission
EIS is dedicated to complete customer satisfaction through
delivering high-quality and innovative services and
solutions.

Commitment to Excellence
EIS’ dedication to providing complete customer satisfaction
is reflected in our commitment to developing an in-depth
understanding of our customer’s mission and
requirements. We maintain a highly motivated professional
workforce, skilled in the disciplines that complement our
core businesses. EIS has a exemplary track record of
providing one hundred percent customer satisfaction
through the delivery of high quality services, on schedule
and at or below budget.

Goal
To be a preferred Systems Engineering,
Information Technology and Program Management
support services contractor to the Federal Government.
Guiding Principles/ Core Values
EIS is committed to conducting business with honesty,
integrity, and a dedication to excellence. We ensure client
satisfaction with high-quality products and services that
are delivered on schedule and within budget. We promote
staff satisfaction through challenging work, excellent
compensation, and individualized career development.

EIS Customers
 Defense Intelligence Agency
 Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
 Department of Agriculture
 Department of Commerce
 Department of Energy
 Department of Homeland Security
 Department of Interior
 Department of Justice
 Department of Labor
 Department of State
 Department of Transportation
 Department of Treasury
 Department of Veterans Affairs
 Federal Aviation Administration
 U.S. Air Force
 U.S. Army
 U.S. Coast Guard
 U.S. Marine Corps
 U.S. Navy

EIS Prime Contract Vehicles


 Army INSCOM Omnibus III: W911W4-10-D-0015
 DIA SITE SB: HHM402-10-D-0021
 DHS EAGLE: HSHQDC-06-D-0058 (FC 1 & 3)
 DOS HITSS: SAQMPD-07-D-0079
 FAA eFAST: DTFAWA-10-A-00092
 GSA 8(a) STARS: GS-06F-0263Z
 GSA Alliant SB: GS-06F-0599Z
 GSA MOBIS: GS-10F-0111T
 GSA PES: GS-10F-0300T
 GSA Schedule 70: GS-35F-5004H
 Navy Seaport-e: N0018-05-D-4316
EIS Contact Information
 Donald Plebuch, Senior Vice President
Office: (703) 752-5520; Email: dplebuch@goeis.com
 Vinod Goyal, President

Enterprise Information System


An Enterprise Information System is generally any kind of computing system that
is of "enterprise class". This means typically offering high quality of service, dealing
with large volumes of data and capable of supporting some large organization ("an
enterprise").

Enterprise Information Systems provide a technology platform that enables


organizations to integrate and coordinate their business processes. They provide a
single system that is central to the organization and ensure that information can be
shared across all functional levels and management hierarchies. Enterprise systems
are invaluable in eliminating the problem of information fragmentation caused by
multiple information systems in an organization, by creating a standard data
structure.

A typical Enterprise Information System would be housed in one or more data


centers, run enterprise software, and could include applications that typically cross
organizational borders such as content management systems.

The word enterprise can have various connotations. Frequently the term is used only
to refer to very large organizations. However, the term may be used to mean virtually
anything, by virtue of it having become the latest corporate-speak buzzword.
(See Criticisms of Enterprise software)
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EIS Training
This site is designed to provide, in one place, the key resources needed to learn about the EIS
system. Training content seen within this site will contain the following features:

Online Tutorials provide the opportunity to see and practice key processes
in a simulated UPK environment.

• Intro to the UPK player


• EIS PeopleTools 8.50 Tutorial
• EIS Employee Self Service Tutorials
• EIS Manager Self Service Tutorials
• EIS Time and Labor for UNT Tutorials
• EIS Reports To Tutorials

Training Guides provide the opportunity to view and/or print processes in


an easy-to-follow, step-by-step format.

• EIS PeopleTools 8.50 JobAids


• EIS Employee Self Service JobAids
• EIS Manager Self Service JobAids
• EIS Time and Labor for UNT JobAids
• EIS Reports To JobAids

Additional Resources provides resources for information not included in


the Online Tutorials.

Current EIS Training Events:

EIS Training Calendar (untranet.unt.edu login required)

Help for students, faculty, and academic advisers using portal (my.unt.edu) self-service features:

MyHelp

Purchasing and Payment Services:

Training Services for Asset Management, ePro, PCard Approver, Travel Coordinator

Human Resources:

Employee self-service Information available


UNT Time and Payroll Processes

Self Paced Training for EIS administrative users:


Introduction to Campus Solutions 9.0

BENEFITS
• Improve service quality and delivery through easy access to information and services

• Provide management with consistent, accurate, timely information to support decision-making

• Allow state employees anytime access to review and update personal information, view current and
past pay statements, and electronically request leave

• Increase efficiency and effectiveness by implementing best practice business process

• Improve customer services for South Carolina citizens based on accurate and consistent data
maintained across state government

• Re-focus HR activities from operational to strategic decision support

Information Enterprise Services


Information Enterprise Services (IES) is the global IT
Infrastructure Provider for Deutsche Bank; providing computing,
storage and networking hardware and software services. The
division's objective is to provide a reliable, cost effective, scalable,
and state-of-the-art IT infrastructure for application development
as well as for all business units of Deutsche Bank.

IES aims to transform traditional IT Infrastructure to an


infrastructure where the underlying technology (including
virtualization, grid and automation techniques) is being delivered
as a set of open, flexible, standardized and highly available
services.

IES holds responsibility for:

• Voice, Data and Audio-Visual infrastructure and Networks


• In- & outsourced Data Center Services
• IT Infrastructure Architecture and Strategy
• End User Services (e.g. Desktop)
• ID Infrastructure & Administration
• Web & Application Hosting
• Messaging (Email, Chat, Instant Messaging, Mobile Devices)
• IT Security

The entity is the foundation of Deutsche Bank's Group Technology & Operations, offering very
interesting insights into a broad variety of technical, conceptual and strategic dimensions of
Deutsche Bank's IT offering. IES has one of the largest footprints in the Bank - present in more
than 45 countries -, and is based on exciting global cooperation across the Bank.