Mission Systems Engineering At Sequoia
Sequoia Strategies & Solutions provides systems engineering, architecture, and operational test support to the national intelligence community and the military services.
We Support the Mission’s Entire Life Cycle
Operational Requirements Design & Development
System Design & Development
Modeling and Simulation
Test and Evaluation
Sequoia works to ensure interoperability of technology, capability, and processes to enable full mission compatibility for defense, intelligence and law enforcement & security missions. Sequoia Strategies & Solutions provides technical leadership, subject-matter expertise and operationally-focused systems engineering to enable precision targeting, data sharing, and mission collaboration between national agencies and tactical forces.
Sequoia Strategies & Solutions identifies and remediates areas where mission capabilities fail to meet the interoperability requirements of the military services and/or national agencies. Key to this approach is the advocacy and implementation of common standards for data models, formats, and services within the SIGINT community.
Working with Defense and the Intelligence Communities
US and Allied Intelligence Communities (IC)
Department of Defense (DOD)
National Security Agency (NSA)
USA Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
CERDEC Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD)
US Army TROJAN Program
Sequoia subject matter experts work directly with our 2nd Party Partners and national government customers to develop technical approaches to securely link together all 5-Eyes tactical SIGINT, Electronic Warfare (EW), and Cyber forces.
The Sequoia team developed and managed the Empire Challenge SIGINT Working Group and created and managed the STORMFORCE series of tactical Limited Objective Events, providing event logistics, test event range operations, classified IT and SCIF infrastructure, legal and policy approvals, and test management.
Sequoia system engineers implemented an operational architecture of JICD 4.2 systems for US Army INSCOM and their TROJAN Program, taking this new emerging technology that final step from test and evaluation to operational deployment and use.