USAID OIG, supporting America's foreign policy, focusing on international development and disaster relief

Modernizing the USAID OIG Drupal website experience to improve the dissemination and visibility of work for their target audiences through redesigning/optimizing the user interface, content restructuring and adhering to federal compliance guidelines for security and section 508 standards.

The U.S. Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General (DOT OIG) sought the services of The Canton Group to redesign and implement an industry leading best practices website

As the pioneers of the OIG Recommendations Dashboard we improved the DOT OIG Recommendations and Reports user experience, providing filtering and searching options and allowing users to export the filtered results. We also streamlined how DOT Admins import new data to the system, and export data to be used outside of the DOT OIG application.

Feeding Maryland School Children During the COVID-19 Shutdown - Case Study
The global COVID-19 outbreak caused the world to shut down, specifically the United States in March 2020. Consequently, schools - which provided twice daily meals to students - closed, as well. This food source was one on which hundreds of thousands of children depended. Governor Hogan of Maryland worked closely with Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) to launch feeding programs so no child would go hungry while schools were closed, and while unemployment soared to an all-time high.
Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) AWS Data Lakes case study graphic

We worked to architect and develop efficient and effective data lake solutioning using Amazon Web Services to securely store the entirety of BCHD’s protected health data, whether structured or unstructured, into a centralized repository. This data lake solution provided BCHD with agility and flexibility in data storage, allowing them more than a traditional data storage system ever could. Using AWS offered a low-cost, scalable and secure storage option that supports search and analysis for a whole host of data types.

The Maryland State Ethics Commission was looking for a solution that would reduce the time it takes to perform and complete the review of each annual filing. When presented with this dilemma, The Canton Group proposed Robotic Process Automation (RPA).

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