Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT) is a SATCOM terminal, which expands available bandwidth and provides support for ForceNet, the Navy's approach to network-centric operations. Raytheon was defining a modernized NMT hardware and software architecture to support communications above two Giga Hertz and provide other functions as part of defining an architectural standard for future Navy satellite communications (SATCOM) based on the Software Communications Architecture (SCA).
The System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator system includes ground-based radars, space surveillance sensors, ground-based missile warning, and optical systems operated by United States Strategic Command and Air Force Space Command. Command and control for these radar systems was written in multiple legacy languages.
In 2003, the functions of the US Immigration and Nationalization Service (INS) were taken over by the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including the BCIS FBISHED system written in the COBOL language. CSC contracted with TSRI as its sub-contractor to conduct a pilot project demonstrating the technical feasibility of automated modernization technologies.
The U.S. Air Force's Weapons System Cost Retrieval System (WSCRS), designation H036C, was written in COBOL and run on an Amdahl-5890 platform with a flat file data base. The system required modernization by the Wright-Patterson Mission System Group (MSG) to improve base support for the Air Force weapon financial systems.
The National Endowments for the Arts (NEA) Grants Management System (GMS), Financial Management System (FMIS), and Automated Panel Bank System (APBS) were unique one-of-a-kind 27-year old legacy systems written in Wang VS COBOL, running on a WANG VS Operating System, and using a WANG VS DMS database. TSRI was engaged to transform these systems into C++ and completed the project successfully in 7 months.
The Reliability & Maintainability Information System (REMIS) is a key component of the Air Force Depot Maintenance System. REMIS consisted of 1.1 million lines of source code written in COBOL85, TAL and C. The system runs on a Tandem Symmetric Multiprocessor with NonStop SQL/MP DDL and a Tandem database.
STG, Inc. awarded a contract to TSRI for the transformation, refactoring and documentation of the Department of Defense Activity Address Directory (DODAAD) system, along with re-hosting the system's database.
As part of the Logistics Management System, the Weapon System Management Information System (WSMIS) is responsible for tracking combat capability and impending parts problems. The system was well regarded during Desert Storm for its ability to expedite repair or procurement of critical items. However this legacy COBOL system required modernization to continue to fulfill its mission.
The U.S. Air Force's Weapons System Cost Retrieval System (WSCRS), designation H036C, was written in COBOL running on an Amdahl-5890 platform and using a flat file data base. The system required modernization by the Wright-Patterson Mission System Group (MSG) to improve base support for the Air Force weapon financial systems. TSRI transformed 100% of the WSCRS COBOL code into C++ and facilitated an error-free delivery to the customer several weeks ahead of schedule.
Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMCO) was tasked with a modernization project involving two systems, MEMSIZE and NEWSCAN. The first system contained 3,096 LOC and the latter contained 9,674 LOC, all Fortran 77. Lockheed Martin selected TSRI to modernize these systems into C++ using its automated toolset, JANUS Studio®.