GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Makpar Introduces Innovation Lab to Launch New Products and Services for Government

Makpar | May 26, 2021

Makpar Corporation, an experienced solutions-orientated contractor focused on modernizing IT solutions for the federal government, today announced that it has released its Makpar Innovation Lab, which aims to enhance mission success for the government via modern-day innovations.

By testing and developing the modern emerging technologies, the new Makpar Innovation Lab aims to introduce new services and products to its government customers – to enhance solutions at the same time as deepening data analytics, to add significant context and power to data-driven decisions.

“With the new Makpar Innovation Lab, we aim to constantly refine our solutions to best meet new and emerging government IT needs,” stated Tariq Islam, Director of Technology and Solutions at Makpar. “From tackling big data problems to the usage of pattern analysis and AI, we aim to constantly develop solutions that make data relevant, timely, and actionable for the government.”

About Makpar

Makpar is an experienced solutions-orientated federal government contractor focused on IT infrastructure modernization. Since 2009, the organization has provided mission-critical, modern technology for federal agencies looking for enterprise-wide solutions. Our capabilities encompass cybersecurity, data strategy, cloud migration, IT project management, application development, and agile transformation. Recognition and awards include the 2019 SBA Region three Subcontractor of the Year award, listing on Fortune’s Best Small and Medium Workplaces, and multi-year certifications as a Great Place to Work.

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The Capital Needs Assessment is a critical component of the City’s long-term financial management and forecasting process. By identifying needed capital investment and improvements over a five-year time horizon, City staff and officials can work to prioritize projects and initiatives, allocate available funding and identify potential partners and outside funding resources. In the spring and early-summer of each year, City staff review and update the prior year’s Capital Needs Assessment and document emerging projects and issues in the five-year planning horizon. The updated Capital Needs Assessment is shared with City Council and the public in advance of the budget process, in order to provide ample time to discuss the identified projects and determine which projects should be included in the annual budget request. Compiling the Capital Needs Assessment is a first step toward developing a long-term Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for the City. Gahanna has historically adopted a one-year CIP annually as a part of the annual budget process. The Capital Needs Assessment provides City staff and officials with the information needed to develop a longer-term CIP which could be helpful for the City in forecasting expenditures and revenue needs over the five-year period.

Spotlight

The Capital Needs Assessment is a critical component of the City’s long-term financial management and forecasting process. By identifying needed capital investment and improvements over a five-year time horizon, City staff and officials can work to prioritize projects and initiatives, allocate available funding and identify potential partners and outside funding resources. In the spring and early-summer of each year, City staff review and update the prior year’s Capital Needs Assessment and document emerging projects and issues in the five-year planning horizon. The updated Capital Needs Assessment is shared with City Council and the public in advance of the budget process, in order to provide ample time to discuss the identified projects and determine which projects should be included in the annual budget request. Compiling the Capital Needs Assessment is a first step toward developing a long-term Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for the City. Gahanna has historically adopted a one-year CIP annually as a part of the annual budget process. The Capital Needs Assessment provides City staff and officials with the information needed to develop a longer-term CIP which could be helpful for the City in forecasting expenditures and revenue needs over the five-year period.

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