Segue Wins USTRANSCOM Reference Data Management Award

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Segue was awarded a contract to support the US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Reference Data Management (TRDM) system. TRDM is an enterprise reference data repository, which requires on-going maintenance of the data structure and data quality. It facilitates interoperability through the centralized management and distribution of reference data tables derived from hundreds of sources.  

TRDM consists of ~1,500 database tables, with data from over 800 government and commercial reference data sources. It has a system presence at both primary and alternate sites, with servers residing on the classified and unclassified networks. Hardware is provided by the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Distributed Enclave, with resources managed by AMC/A6. The system is engineered as a three-tier architecture having a suite of virtualized web, application, and database servers with data stored within an Oracle platform. There are over 2,000 TRDM users and approximately 30 unique system interfaces with an average of 2 new systems interfacing with TRDM yearly. Segue supports the development and implementation of additional capabilities that are requested annually to include the incorporation of new reference data, changes to existing reference data structures, and new or updated views, filters, or web services to deliver data. 

USTRANSCOM is an organization that doesn’t just move the Department of Defense, but sustains the force, operates the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise, and supports the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff with logistics. USTRANSCOM provides the DoD with options to support national objectives at the time and place of their choosing via three component commands, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (MSDDC), Military Sealift Command (MSC), and the Air Mobility Command (AMC). This also includes their subordinate commands, the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command, and a fourth component -commercial industry.