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Millennium Corporation delivers unique engineering solutions that fully enable and support the cross-discipline systems engineering process – from systems definition to verification and business process management.

How We Can Help

From aircraft to ground vehicles, ships, and sensors, the complexity of the products and its subcomponents that keep them running is rapidly increasing. Millennium Corporation delivers a unique solution that fully enables and supports the cross-discipline systems engineering process – from systems definition to verification and business process management. Our solution provides a unified and integrated approach to systems engineering that allows one to manage the overall development process while effectively navigating many relationships that exists in the process.  We provide systems engineering support for the entire system lifecycle including Acquisition Strategy, Requirements Definition, Risk Management, Architecture Design, Software System Development, Test and Evaluation, and Sustainment. We have demonstrable success with the DoD’s C4ISR architecture framework, and has guided systems engineering efforts for some of the most complex products used in support of homeland security. Specific systems that Millennium has supported include Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A); DoD Automated Biometrics Information System (ABIS); Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS); Ground Surveillance Radars; and the Base Expeditionary Targeting & Surveillance Systems-Combined (BETSS-C).

Millennium provides a wide range of support services for complex programs in areas such as Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and Capability Maturity Models (CMMs). We use high-maturity, efficient processes for system reliability, cost control, and on-time delivery. We provide the industry’s most accurate project estimates, tracking, and scheduling, with real-time earned value tracking. Millennium employs a formalized, tool-enabled System Engineering Process to meet customer’s systems engineering needs, based on the guidelines for systems development established in the IEEE 1220 and ISO/IEC 15288 Standard for Systems and Software Engineering. The process includes continual monitoring, evaluation, and management oversight, and considers affordability and customer needs in every decision, and it applies to all systems engineering activities, including software development efforts. For all software development activities, the process will include the Organizational Set of Standard Processes to provide integration across all systems and software engineering activities that are in line with best practices identified by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) as part of their CMMI Process.

Millennium’s strategy for engineering and technical support is grounded on the following principles: 1.) Utilizing to the maximum extent possible, previous investments made in materials and processes; 2.) Reducing complexity whenever possible to help drive down time, cost, and risk associated with system fielding and sustainment, and 3.) Grounding engineering efforts in industry best practices with special attention paid to the unique security requirements of complex systems, continued improvement of system “ease of use,” interoperability with complementary systems, and reduction of latency-related issues. Tactical emphasis is on the demonstration of clear and definable improvements in the performance, logistics supportability, reliability and maintainability of the product.

Our range of Engineering Solutions include:

Full and Partial Lifecycle Engineering Support

  • Acquisition
  • Requirements Definition
  • Risk Management
  • Architecture Design
  • Software System Development
  • Test and Evaluation, and Sustainment

Engineering Principles

  • Use of high-maturity, efficient processes for system reliability, cost control, and on-time delivery, based on IEEE 1220, ISO/IEC 15288, CMMI standards.
  • Reduction of complexity to drive down time, cost, and risk
  • Utilizationof previous investments made in materials and processes
  • Emphasis on system-unique security requirements, “ease of use,” interoperability, and reduction of latency-related issues