Riverside Research engineers personify technical excellence through the combination of demonstrated knowledge, strong technical education, and experience relevant to customer needs. Several of our staff members hold systems engineering certifications through Defense Acquisition University (DAU) in Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering. Additionally, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) continues to recognize a growing number of our technical staff with professional certification in the disciplines and specialties related to systems engineering. This expertise leads to well-structured systems development, soundly-mitigated program risks, high confidence schedules, and complete, high-quality documentation – in sum: successful cradle-to-grave system acquisitions.
Beyond traditional acquisition, our staff specializes in rapid, cutting-edge system development, responding to urgent warfighter requirements. We are well-versed in agile development processes and streamlined acquisition approaches and have extensive experience coordinating and supporting the rapid development, deployment, and fielding of systems critical to warfighter success.
The programs we have led range from small research and development projects to Acquisition Category I programs. We have covered the width and breadth of major system acquisitions from early architecture definition and requirements documentation to the detail work of configuration management and milestone execution; from extensive test and evaluation programs to smaller independent verification and validation efforts designed to enhance confidence in program success.
We are proud of our role in ensuring soundly engineered and managed solutions that address our customers' most challenging needs.
We are experts in advanced sensing technologies across the various electromagnetic disciplines. Riverside Research works hand-in-hand with academic institutions, service organizations, and national agencies to provide intelligence-related support in the following areas:
- Configuration Management
- Decision Analysis
- Project Planning
- Risk Management
- Transition, Fielding, and Sustainment
- Technical Management and Control
- Verification and Validation
- DOD Architecture Framework
- Process Design and Control