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  1. Discuss a task/project
  2. Apply for employment
  3. Ask technical questions
  4. Learn about Systems Engineering
  5. Report a website issue

Discuss a task/project

Please contact us with your needs on our Contact Us page. We can then discuss how our background and experience can help you, and discuss in greater detail the solutions we have developed in the past. Depending on the task or project, a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) may be required.

We invite you to read “Why DeVil-Tech” and our capability overview. (link to the “DeVil-Tech Capability Brief.pdf” file) Having the right team in place can help you avoid being one of the 90% of projects that fail. (link to the “Why Projects Fail.pdf” file) Our mission is to help you succeed and to make something great.

We provide both products and services, such as developing global GIS systems , providing production oversight to military combat vehicles , integrating C4ISR applications using virtualization and conducting Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) Business Case Analysis (BCA) for a logistics Major Automated Information System (MAIS) (Global Combat Service Support – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC)). We have unique processes and techniques for conducting Multi-Objective Optimization and Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) of combined cost and performance models, to help you determine the best choices to meet your needs.

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Apply for employment

If you would like to apply for one of our currently open positions, please go to our Careers page. We also have listings of our job opportunities on LinkedIn. Our Careers page also provides a listing of our benefits package and our expectations of our professionals.

If you would like to be considered for future openings in specific areas, please feel free to submit a resume to us using the form below.

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Ask technical questions

If you have questions concerning the systems or techniques we use in the areas of systems and software engineering, please Contact Us. You can also go to our blog to search our archived and current articles. If you read something you like, please Like Us
on Facebook and link to us from social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+).

We are also starting a wiki on systems engineering. We hope that not only will you come back to our site for SE knowledge and advice, but that you can be a contributor to our SE wiki. Please Contact Us with the subject line “Contributing to SEWiki” so we can discuss our wiki project with you.

Learn about Systems Engineering

We provide webinars on systems engineering topics and will be starting a wiki on systems engineering. Our Education page also has a listing of important SE sites we think you will find useful. We hope that not only will you come back to our site for SE knowledge and advice, but that you can be a contributor to our SE wiki. Please Contact Us with the subject line “Contributing to SEWiki” so we can discuss our wiki project with you.

Please visit the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). This organization has a wealth of knowledge of systems engineering practices, lists of INCOSE chapters across the nation that provide opportunities for networking and professional development, a certification program (ASEP, CSEP, and ESEP), a list of systems engineering academic programs, and a list of certified systems engineering professionals. We not only support but require our systems engineers to acquire one of the three INCOSE certifications.

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Report a website issue

Please send an email to webmaster@DeVil-Tech.com with the issue or suggestion, or use the Contact Us page. (link to the Contact Us page, and can we fill in the subject line on the form with “Website Issue”?) Please use the subject line “Website Issue” and be as specific as possible, such as the page and URL in question.

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Last modified 2014-09-04

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