US Department of Energy, Western Area Power Administration, Power Billing System and Meter Data Repository:
Analysis, design, development and testing of a power billing system for WAPA. The system creates and manages billing for WAPA to bill clients such as Pacific Gas and Electric, Bonneville Power and UC Davis. Power meter data is fed into the system and bills are generated based on rates setup by the WAPA employees. This role based system allows for many billing features such as late payment and reporting.
Department of Commerce, NOAA, Section 6 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA) project (http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/conservation/states/#agreements):
Create an Oracle web application using Oracle Apex to manage section 6 changes. Section 6 provides a mechanism for cooperation between NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and States in the conservation of threatened, endangered, and candidate species
Department of Commerce, NOAA, NMFS, Salmon Recovery System:
Development of a web application to track salmon recovery in the west coast. Meeting with recovery coordinators in Portland, Seattle and Long Beach to agree on a universal system for the west coast to track salmon recovery progress and status. The system will allow transparency in salmon recovery spending and point out areas of need.
Golden state water, Interface development, sub contract through Blue Heron:
Create multiple interfaces between the water utility company's internal customer care application and external systems. Interfaces such as meter loading and address validation. Developed/designed CC&B java batch process for CODE-1 interface (download and upload), Field Activity upload/download, etc.
Pacific Gas & Electric, CC&B Interface Design, sub contractor through TekSystems:
Design integration interfaces between the web (www.pge.com) and CC&B using XAI web services for new Demand Response program.
Washington State Department of Health:
Design and develop an internal application for SoundToxins using Oracle Application Express (APEX) 4.0.