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CSRA’s dedication to offering high quality products and services to our customers is driven by disciplined delivery and technical proficiency. To maintain a consistent level of quality, we apply of a set of processes based on international best practices and standards that have evolved and matured in the IT industry over time. Our extensive history with CMMI, from collaboration during the inception of CMM models in the 1970’s to the present, affirms our commitment to employing leading-edge quality standards and industry best practices for our customers. CSRA continues to leverage and optimize its robust processes, tools, training, and best practices to effectively guide our lifecycle development (waterfall, agile, and maintenance projects) based on sound project management, performance measurement analysis, and lessons learned. Through these efforts, we have sustained organizational ratings for over 20 years, thus assuring our clients that required credentials will be maintained throughout the performance of any contract award.

We also care about being a great place to work, and have been recognized for our dedication to providing a diverse and flexible environment that supports the well-being of our people.

Awards & Recognition
Ranking
Vault Top Internship

Vault’s Top Internships ranking reflects the highest-rated internship programs as ranked by thousands of current and former interns.

Ranking
FlexJobs’ 100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs

This list highlights the top 100 companies that posted the most remote-friendly job openings on FlexJobs throughout the last year.

Rating
CMMI DEV Maturity Level 3

CSRA’s 20-year history with CMMI affirms our ongoing commitment to leading-edge quality standards and industry best practices to guide our lifecycle development solutions based on sound project management, performance measurement analysis, and lessons learned. 

  • SRA, a CSRA Company, has held CMMI-DEV Maturity Level 3 since 2002; last awarded in February 2016
  • CSRA LLC has held CMMI-DEV Maturity Level 3 since 1994; last awarded in October 2015
Rating
CMMI DEV Maturity Level 4

CSRA’s 20-year history with CMMI affirms our ongoing commitment to leading-edge quality standards and industry best practices to guide our lifecycle development solutions based on sound project management, performance measurement analysis, and lessons learned. 

  • CSRA LLC High Maturity Programs last achieved CMMI DEV Maturity Level 4 rating in May 2016 
  • SRA, a CSRA Company, High Maturity Organization last achieved CMMI-DEV Maturity Level 4 in May 2016
Certification
ISO International Standards

ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. Multiple business areas across CSRA are certified to the ISO standards, which demonstrates our continuous commitment to quality management and repeatable, documented, successful systems and processes:

  • ISO 27001:2015 Information Security Management Systems
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
  • ISO 20000-1:2011 IT Service Management
Certification
FedRAMP FISMA High Baseline Accreditation

CSRA’s ARC-P Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud received the highest level of security in the government cloud marketplace after participation in a pilot program for the new high baseline accreditation, which was managed by a joint working group including the General Services Administration, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense.

Award
Arlington Transportation Partners

Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) provides recognition to businesses in Arlington County that offer and continually improve the sustainable transportation programs for employees. CSRA is proud to be recognized as:

  • Gold Employer Champion - 2016
  • Platinum Employer Champion – 2015, 2014
Ranking
Forbes America's Best Large Employers, 2016

Forbes magazine ranks America's Best Large Employers every year.

Award
Fit-Friendly Worksite 2014 Gold Achievement Award

The American Heart Association recognizes employers as Fit-Friendly Worksites for creating a culture of health in the workplace through progressive leadership and employee wellness initiatives. SRA is a proud recipient of the Fit-Friendly Worksite 2014 Gold Achievement Award.

Ranking
Military Friendly® Employer

CSRA was named a Military Friendly® Employer for 2018, a designation distinguishing companies that boast the strongest job opportunities, hiring practices, and retention programs for transitioning service members and spouses seeking civilian employment. Visit our Military careers website.

Award
Alliance for Workplace Excellence

AWE is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping companies become great places to work, and CSRA is proud to be recognized for several categories:

  • Diversity Award 2013 - Recognized diversity champion for committment to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment
  • EcoLeadership Award 2009-2013 - For demonstrated visionary leadership and an outstanding commitment to environmental sustainability
  • Excellence Seal of Approval 2008-2013 - For outstanding commitment to overall workplace quality in the areas of community, diversity, employee growth, life-work balance and more
  • Health & Wellness Trailblazer Award 2009-2013 - For outstanding commitment to employee health and wellness through innovative programs like on-site fitness facilities, employee access to nurses and health coaches, and incentives for participating in wellness programs
Certification
Earned Value Management

Earned Value Management certification reflects an enterprise approach implemented in a disciplined manner consistent with the 32 Guidelines contained in the Electronic Industries Alliance Standard-748 EVMS (EIA-748) and National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Implementation Guide. The foundation of our industry credentials is our process-based management framework, embodied in CATALYST®, in our Project Management Handbook (PMH) and our Enterprise Life-cycle Integration and Engineering (ELITE®) processes.

Award
Ethisphere's Most Ethical Companies in the World 2012

The World’s Most Ethical (WME) Companies designation recognizes companies that truly go beyond making statements about doing business “ethically” and translate those words into action. WME honorees not only promote ethical business standards and practices internally, they exceed legal compliance minimums and shape future industry standards by introducing best practices today.

Ranking
Washington Technology, One of the Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors – IT Services, 2000-2011

Washington Technology magazine ranks the largest government contractors according to their prime contracting revenue each year.

Ranking
The Washington Post, Top 125 Public Companies in DC metro, 2003 – 2007, 2011

The Washington Post’s rankings are based on annual revenue figures for public companies headquartered in Washington, DC.

Award
Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS), The Care Award 2010-2011

The CARE Awards recognize companies in Northern Virginia who are leaders in providing innovative and supportive, family-friendly policies, programs and services.

Ranking
Washington Business Journal’s List of Corporate Philanthropists 2010

The Washington Business Journal annually compiles extensive research from the region's business community in order to rank local businesses based on their philanthropic efforts. The lists highlight the most active and inspirational companies and nonprofits—organizations that have made a difference in their communities through both financial and volunteer philanthropic work.

Award
ComputerWorld, Best Places to Work in IT 2010

This list honors organizations that challenge its IT staff while providing great benefits and compensation.

Ranking
Top 200 D.C. Area Business: Public/Aerospace & Defense 2008, 2009

The Washington Post’s rankings are based on annual revenue figures for public companies headquartered in Washington, DC.

Award
Best for Vets 2012: Employers 2012

Military Times EDGE surveyed more than 1,000 major companies and top government contractors with a detailed questionnaire about their recruiting and hiring policies, social recognition for veterans and pay and benefits for reservists. They looked for companies that didn't just talk about how much they support the military but had in place tangible policies and programs to help veterans get in the door and feel welcome once inside.