DysTech has invested substantially to develop highly effective automated systems for program, project and task order management. Our managers and task leaders use these systems day-to-day to assure that we carefully manage all of the practical considerations of our contract responsibilities.  Our automated systems for program, project and task order management are designed to be user friendly. This assures that our DysTech managers, our task order leaders and our contract support staff use our management information systems on a daily basis. Our President and senior executives monitor these systems on a daily basis as well. Why? In short, we want to ensure full contract compliance. In addition, we want to ensure we meet all commitments in our proposals, and keep our record of outstanding service delivery in tact. That is the secret of DysTech’s success on all of our contracts for all of our customers.

DysTech ensures the appointment of highly qualified and experienced Project Managers to manage and guide our workforce to exceptional standards of performance. Supplementing this capability is the utilization of our Quality Assurance Program designed to ensure comprehensive surveillance, detection and correction of performance deficiencies before they impact mission accomplishments. Education and continual training programs are other attributes contributing to the overall success and progression of our employees.

DysTech utilizes our proven recruitment and staffing methodologies to ensure the “right person” for the “right job”.

Through this collaboration of proven methodologies and operational concepts developed over time, the end results has been consistently outstanding and reliable.

Some of the customers that DysTech has been supporting over the years are:

  • Department of Navy
  • Department of Army
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of the Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • Department of Transportation (DoT)
  • Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Department of Education