Maryland’s Governor hits the ground running, plans to make Education a top priority.

On Wednesday January 18, 2023, at only 44 years of age, Wes Moore was sworn into office as Maryland’s new Governor. With this inauguration he has become the only Black American elected as Governor for the State. Additionally, the newly elected Lieutenant Governor, Aruna Miller, is the first woman of color to hold that title for the State. Moore’s administration is making history as the most diverse administration in Maryland’s history with several women now holding positions that were historically held by men.

During his inaugural speech, Governor Moore showcased his passion for the education system, stating that while he is in office Maryland will leave no one behind! He aims to improve the entire public school system and make the education of Maryland’s next generation a top priority. Governor Moore has promised to work with local leaders, educators, parents, and community organizations to address Maryland’s most pressing challenges as it relates to our education system.

As a celebration of this historic inauguration over 12,000 people attended The People’s Ball in Baltimore, MD the evening of January 18th. TeAM’s CEO, Charles Davis, was excited to have the honor of attending this event. It was a grand celebration of such an historic day for the State of Maryland! Charles and his wife Vivian also had the tremendous honor of meeting the Governor elect and his wife Dawn prior to the inaugural events.

TeAM’s nonprofit subsidiary, LUKE Foundation, aligns with Governor Moore’s mission towards education. LUKE’s mission is to enhance educational opportunities for students through partnerships with educators, parents, businesses, and the greater community. Education is one of the key pillars of success and can open doors for people to access more job opportunities and higher paying wages. Our vision is to create a new world of learning, a place where students, their parents, and all educational staff are empowered to change education for the better. Luke Foundation and TeAM are ready to help Governor Moore’s mission of making education a top priority for the state ensuring we leave no one behind!

To learn more about the LUKE Foundation please visit:

Congratulations on such a historic accomplishment! We look forward to seeing your leadership in action for the State of Maryland!

Staying Relevant and in the Game


Join TeAM as we discuss the topics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). Over the next few weeks we will be posting our 6 Part Series, “Staying Relevant and in the Game“, that expresses our thoughts on the market,  small business relationships and the increase of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in the market.

Part One – The Competitive Global Market

Part Two – AI Promises

Part Three – AI Integration into Business

Part Four – AI Expansion

Part Five – Create Applications to Differentiate

New! Part Six – Ways to Differentiate

TeAM has upgraded our Standards

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 27001:2013

January 13, 2021, Technology, Automation and Management (TeAM) Inc. is proud to announced that we have successfully been registered as an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 company.

To learn more about this standard please visit the following links: ISO 27001:2013

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 and ISO/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 20000-1:2011

January 11, 2018, Technology, Automation and Management (TeAM) Inc. is proud to announced that we have successfully been registered as an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 company.

On December 22, 2017 TeAM completed an audit and received a “Recommendation for Registration”. This recommendation would upgrade our current 9001:2008 ISO Standards certification for Quality Management to the newer ISO 9001:2015 Standards. Additionally, on December 22, 2017 we completed the audit and received a “Recommendation for Registration” to add ISO/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 20000-1:2011 Standards for internal Information Technology (IT) activities. This standard will ensure the quality of our internal IT services is consistent. Maintaining both ISO standards are just one part of TeAM’s commitment to provide quality, best value services and support to our customers.


“TeAM Inc. is committed to supporting our nation and its security, meeting our customer needs and regulatory requirements by continually improving the performance of our quality management system and service delivery with the goal of enhancing customer satisfaction.”


“To develop, implement and operate a Service Management System based on the ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 standard for the activities of internal IT to ensure that these Services are reliable, consistent, continually improved, of quality, available at affordable cost, comply with laws and regulations, and remain aligned with TeAM Inc.’s Corporate’s business objectives.”

To learn more about these standards please visit the following links:
ISO 9001:2015
ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-171

December 22, 2017, Technology, Automation and Management (TeAM) Inc. is now National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-171 compliant. Maintaining this compliance is part of TeAM’s commitment to providing quality services to all our government customers. These standards and processes are required for all government contractors per Executive Order 13556 which was signed in 2015, for the protection and control of all unclassified information. To learn more about NIST please visit the National Institute of Standards and Technology website at

To learn more about NIST and Executive Order 13556 please click here.

Cybersecurity Standardized Operating Procedures (CSOP) – NIST 800-171 Procedures

CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

August 16, 2017, TeAM Inc. announced today that it has been successfully appraised at Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. TeAM reached this milestone for its IT Infrastructure Design and Development operations. The appraisal was performed by Advanced Network Technology Solutions Inc.

CMMI is a capability improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance. TeAM recognizes the value of CMMI in improving its performance, processes, and procedures. Charles Davis, TeAM President and CEO, acknowledged that achieving this level of CMMI process maturity makes TeAM more competitive. The Level 3 appraisal enhances their capabilities with an additional best practices approach for consistent and predictable delivery of products and services.

“Consistency in delivery drives cost savings all around,” Davis said. “Using the CMMI framework to standardize our processes ensures that best practices are captured, shared, and adopted so that not only TeAM benefits from improved efficiencies, but our customers as well.”

An appraisal at Maturity Level 3 indicates that the organization is performing at a “defined” level. At this level, processes are well characterized and understood. They are described in standards, procedures, tools, and methods. The organization’s set of standard processes, which is the basis for Maturity Level 3, is established and improved over time.

ABOUT CMMI® Institute
The CMMI Institute ( 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 that they are capable business partners and suppliers. To learn more about how CMMI can help your organization elevate performance, visit

LinkNxtGen BI – Leveraging Current Technology and Data Investments to Create Dynamic Self-Service Business Intelligence


Technology, Automation and Management, Inc. (TeAM) has been a trusted partner of the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Defense Health Agency (DHA) for over 30 years. Our development as a company has kept pace with the DHA through its transformation since the early days of TIMPO, MCiS and Shared Services healthcare provisioning under the Agency. As a dedicated DoD partner, we have supported transformation, standardization, and consolidation efforts throughout its evolution, meeting the challenges of Data Center to the Desktop (D2D) and other modernization efforts. TeAM always stands ready to assist in furthering the transitional development of the Agency, maximizing technology advancement, managing, and minimizing program risks, and ultimately saving the government money in the process.

The business case for Data Analytics and Business Intelligence (DA&BI) and the ability to self-service is the new reality. The time has come that you cannot afford to buy a tool for $100 and pay 1,000% for the ongoing support.

DHA by law is an integrator, reference NDAA 2017. The challenge for DHA is to find avenues that will affect integration, standardization, consolidation of data functions and processes across the Enterprise to enable fact-based, real time decision-making capabilities. As the volume of MHS “silo” data grows, the integration of data for strategic and operational purposes become crucial, particularly when executive decisions impact our military service men and women, veterans, and healthcare beneficiaries.

In the beginning of 2018, TeAM undertook development of a hybrid resource and project management tool based on industry best practices for DHA leadership, to support all levels of the organization including strategic, mid-tier management, and operations. This effort produced our innovative LinkNxtGen which offers a platform that can automate business processes and responses throughout the life cycle of the entire organization structure. LinkNxtGen was the genesis for our new advanced self-service LinkNxtGen-BI product incorporating DA&BI.

LinkNxtGen-BI employs advanced Quantum Computing Emulation (QCE) to support decision-making and process improvement efforts across the enterprise. It takes data output from different systems (spreadsheets, Oracle databases, Sql, Sql Server, personnel databases, etc.), across multiple levels of analytics, and centralizes it for output as useable, economical, and informative BI. LinkNxtGen-BI as the integrated information hub across existing DHA analytical systems will help DHA on the journey from descriptive DA to deep learning information. It also gives the enterprise the freedom to leverage the current data systems and structures to create an end-to-end DA platform.

Most DA tools only accumulate, store and visualize data, LinkNxtGen-BI is able to review and analyze vast amounts of data from a variety of sources, looking for patterns within large data sets, and transforming the information into single comprehensible dashboard(s). LinkNxtGen-BI can combine data sets, classify information, see how data is associated, detect outliers and trends, see where clustering occurs, and make predictions based on that data. LinkNxtGen-BI increases response time to access data, making the organization more efficient while providing cost savings due to the reduced need for manpower manipulation of data. LinkNxtGen-BI does not require an IT specialist to create code to operate or support visualization. Once installed and users trained, administrative or business personnel create the visualization the program is seeking, eliminating “whisper down the alley” mistakes and misunderstandings. Few DA&BI tools can challenge LinkNxtGen-BI for its ease of use, speed, and flexibility.

With the impetus towards reducing cost and becoming more efficient and transparent within the DHA, LinkNxtGen-BI, with its advanced DA&BI capabilities, is the perfect tool for strategic and operational decision making. LinkNxtGen-BI allows leadership, using its current base of tools, to access targeted data across a broad spectrum, in real-time, to gather, discover, analyze, and present information to make strategic and operational decisions. LinkNxtGen-BI integrates with existing analytical tools, repositories, and systems, including DHA legacy systems.

Our dashboard tools offer Division Chiefs, Branch Chiefs and Managers business intelligence data at their fingertips to make fact-based decisions to rebalance resources, increase efficiencies, success rates and potential cost savings. LinkNxtGen-BI allows Leadership to ultimately:

⇒ Do more with less, using metrics geared toward lean processes and procedures

⇒ Reduce dependency on disparate, isolated DA sources and systems

⇒ Identify and modify at-risk projects with budget effecting points

⇒ Implement changes to improve standards and impact projects budgets

⇒ Visualize BI solutions to affect cost-effectiveness relative to technology advancement

Our LinkNxtGen solution has been prototyped, tested, refined, and released via web-based, iOS and Android platforms. It is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store, for mobile devices and desktop or laptop. Our tool is on our GSA MAS, Formally GSA IT-70 schedule which TeAM is updating to include the Enterprise LinkNxtGen-BI version with DA&BI built in.

Would you like to learn more about LinkNxtGen? Click here for more information about LinkNxtGen and LinkNxtGen-BI.

TeAM is NIST 800-171 Compliant

December 22, 2017, Technology, Automation and Management (TeAM) Inc. is now National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-171 compliant. Maintaining this compliance is part of TeAM’s commitment to providing quality services to all our government customers. These standards and processes are required for all government contractors per Executive Order 13556 which was signed in 2015, for the protection and control of all unclassified information. To learn more about NIST please visit the National Institute of Standards and Technology website at

To learn more about NIST and Executive Order 13556 please click here.