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If it becomes necessary to call us, telephone calls will be accepted only between 3:30PM and 4:30PM Monday through Friday unless it is truly an emergency. This enables consultants to concentrate on client's projects during most part of the day. There will no exceptions to this rule, unless someone calls from Adil and asks you to call back as soon as possible.
All holidays are to be shown as blank on time sheets, or printing the word "HOLIDAY" for that particular day. Overtime will not be approved unless overtime approval sheets accompany the time sheet with client manager's signatures.
Where applicable, Over time approval forms must be included with the time sheets if overtime was done.
Consultants must take one hour lunch period (or as approved by your manager). Lunch hours must not be included in the number of working/billable hours. Lunch duration must be clearly indicated on your time sheets.
Adil is a federal supply schedule contract holder (Contract# GS-35F-0682N) for Information Technology Professional Services.
General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Supply Service (FSS) Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) Contract (# GS-06F-182Z)
This contract vehicle provides a full range of IT solutions – including application development, computer facilities management services, and information assurance – through small disadvantaged 8(a) firms.For further details, please visit STARS Contract page.
Broad Information Technology and Telecommunications Support Services (BITS II) Adil has been awarded a 7-year contract (#DTFAWA-03-D-03013) by FAA to provide Information Technology and Telecommunication services. Adil is the PRIME Contractor for this Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. For further details, please visit BITSII Contract page.
Adil is a contract holder (Award # CMS901A) under New York State Office of General Services (OGS) contract for IT Services (Computer Consulting, Systems Integration and Training Services, RFP # S960275E), providing consulting services under following Category of Expertise:
Personal Services contract (# CM066AA)
Providing Information Technology services for the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, The Office of Children and Family Services, The Department of Labor, The Office for Technology, The Department of Health.
DIR Contract # DIR-SC-03-005
Information Technology Staffing Services Contract
Catalog Information Systems Vendor (CISV) – CMBL
VID # 1-11298-9933-900
For details please visit http://www.adil.com
Contract: Information Technology Consulting Services
Contract # 973-561-04-2
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Toll Free: Tel: (800)-250-9155,
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55 Mineola Blvd, Suite 3,
Mineola, NY 11501,
Tel: (212) 683-5096
Fax: (212) 683-5098
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Providence, RI 02903,
Tel: (401) 331-0755,
Fax: (401) 331-0757
2501 So. Ocean Drive,
Suite 521, Hollywood,
Tel: (954) 925-3073
Our consultant teams have developed various client-server and web based applications using technologies like Visual Basic, .NET, Java, Websphere among others. Our teams are also working on developing and administering critical agency databases. Our Network teams assist the agency in maintaining its state-of-the art 4000 user network. Some of our current ongoing initiatives are mentioned below.
Our team is responsible for the analysis and design of a check production application using Visual Basic and an Access Data Base. They are responsible for the analysis of a BICS Dbase III file that is to be converted to an Access data base format. They are also responsible for taking the output from an existing Tracking System and converting the output to meet the payment vendors format. The application creates voucher numbers for the Tracking System payment files. The application contains several control tables, and archiving capabilities. The conversion will have a quality control built in to compare the total number of checks and dollar amount of the source date file to the converted Access database. The application will have capabilities to create a Password protected Zip file, using WINZIP, of the payment database to be sent to the payment Vendor. The team will be responsible for producing complete documentation and end user procedure manual. Our team will also be responsible for training end users in the use of the application.
The child specific information is to be reviewed to support payment and claims. Currently the amount paid is based on self-reported care days submitted by the contract agencies. This amount is higher that what the agency is able to claim. Claims submitted to NYS for reimbursement are based on information as current within the state systems. Our efforts are to get to the point were payment equals claim.