Project Highlights

Inverness Technologies, Soldiers for Life Support

SilverStar, under subcontract to Inverness Technologies, assists soldiers fulfilling their military obligation or planning to retire with transition from military service to civilian life.  SilverStar provides tailored transition assistance counseling and employment assistance services to soldiers transitioning from both active and reserve components of the Army; guardsmen; and to DOD members at joint bases, Army civilian employees, family members and spouses, and military retirees and veterans. 

Under the Soldier for Life — Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), SilverStar supports the career readiness of soldiers through employment workshops, employment assistance counseling, providing career resources, and employment coaching.

Deque Systems, Section 508 Helpdesk Support

SilverStar provides technical support to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) through a subcontract to Deque Systems. SilverStar is providing Section 508 Helpdesk support and assesses web-based Information Communication Technology (ICT) for accessibility issues, using automated software as well as manual testing techniques. We review issues found and offer potential remediation techniques for the Office of Information & Technology (OI&T) and Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO), which provides benefits and services to Veterans of the United States.

SilverStar has comprehensive knowledge of all provisions of the Section 508 standards and applying these standards to complex electronic and information technology (EIT) projects throughout the life-cycle.

Veros Real Estate Solutions, Computer-based Training

SilverStar, working with Veros Real Estate Solutions (Veros), the prime contractor, planned, designed, and implemented a self-paced computer-based training for the Federal Housing Administration Electronic Appraisal Data Portal (EADP).  SilverStar identified the target audiences, defined training outcomes, defined the scope of the training, and identified where and how the training will be housed.  SilverStar developed the design elements of the portal, developed a storyboard for the training course, and developed a media log and media elements. SilverStar’s Instructional Systems Designer works closely with EADP subject matter experts. 

SilverStar uses ADDIE methodology to design, develop, and evaluate training. The ADDIE model is a systematic instructional design model consisting of five phases: (1) Analysis, (2) Design, (3) Development, (4) Implementation, and (5) Evaluation.