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We’re not just another cliché beltway contractor. Taoti brings the innovation, creativity, efficiency, and agile methods normally found in the private sector to the public sector.

Taoti has extensive experience with the Federal Government as well as state and municipal governments. We deliver products and services that bring a breath of fresh air to public sector websites. With an emphasis on innovation, Taoti's m.o. is to take the ideas and methods used in their private sector work to bring government projects to the forefront of technology, user experience, and effectiveness. We specialize in 508 and WCAG accessibility standards and testing so that our work can be enjoyed by all.

Taoti holds a GSA Schedule 70 contract that makes it easy for Federal Government agencies to work with us. Clients like the Department of Education, the State Department and USAID have looked to us to complete challenging projects that leverage the U.S. Web Design Standards, achieve compliance with Section 508 and WCAG accessibility standards, and bring the Agile project management methodology to produce great work that is delivered on time and on budget.

Contract Number GS-35F-152GA

Special Item Number (SIN) 132-51

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Contract Vehicles

Small Certified Business Enterprise (CBE)

Certification Number: LSR52487062015

Local Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (LDBE)

Certification No: LD201500942018

Covering business activities under the following NAICS codes:

541430 Graphic Design Services

541511 Custom Computer Programming Services

541512 Computer Systems Design Services

WADI & WADI II "USAID Water and Development IDIQ" (Subcontractor to DAI, Inc.)

Task Orders

  • Water for Africa through Leadership and Institutional Support (WALIS)
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability (WASHPALS)
  • Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk Semua (IUWASH PLUS)

FEWS NET "USAID Famine Early Warning Systems Network" (Subcontractor to Chemonics)

Mid Atlantic Purchasing Team
Mid-Atlantic Purchasing Team is a partnership between the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council to provide a "Government-to Government" procurement service for States, State Agencies, Local Governments, Districts, Authorities, and qualifying Not-for-Profit Corporations (End Users). End Users become Members of the MAPT Cooperative Purchasing Program (Members). Under this agreement, Taoti is currently working with

  • DC Water
  • Loudoun Water
  • Fairfax Water

SAM (System for Awards Management)

DUNS: 614663842

CAGE: 4WSC4

NAICS Codes

  • 511199 All other publishing
  • 511210 Software Publishing
  • 518210 Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
  • 519130 Internet Publishing and Broadcasting and Web Search Portals
  • 541430 Graphic Design Services
  • 541511 Custom Computer Programming Services
  • 541512 Computer Systems Design Services
  • 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
  • 541613 Marketing Consulting Services
  • 541910 Marketing Research And Public Opinion Polling
  • 541990 All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
  • 711510 Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers

What We Do

Secure Site Development Experience

Being located in Washington, D.C. Taoti has extensive experience working with municipal, state, national and international clients. Each has a range of security requirements that include the handling of customer and patient data as well as strict rules surrounding the retention and destruction of data.

NIST-Compliant Federal Experience

Some of our clients, including a large federal client, do not permit the written disclosure of the work we do for them. However, these requirements do include adherence to NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-53, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, external SOC-2 security reviews.

HIPAA-Compliant Work

Some of our clients, including a large federal client, do not permit the written disclosure of the work we do for them. However, these requirements do include adherence to NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-53, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, external SOC-2 security reviews.

Protecting Against DDOS Attacks

Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom and democracy around the world. As such, their website is often a target of foreign regimes that do not want to be subject to its scrutiny. In our work on various aspects of the FreedomHouse.org website, Taoti complies with numerous additional security layers, including two-factor authentication and protocols designed to protect the site against DDOS attacks.

Secure Government Intranets

The USAID Office of Inspector General approached Taoti needing to replace an outdated and nearly unused intranet. Taoti worked with OIG to develop a custom architecture and design that met the office’s unique requirements and complied with USAID’s branding standards. The intranet allows the Office of Inspector General to tightly control who could access which documents and the ability to create working groups to share information.

Taoti developed a highly secure and flexible intranet that allows staff to control access while facilitating sharing and collaborating. Taoti recently incorporated a separate whistleblowers microsite and blog into the intranet. Taoti continues to work with USAID on enhancements to the Intranet and is currently adding the ability for users to subscribe to email updates on specific topics.

Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 Accessibility

Taoti has experience working with a range of clients and ensuring that their sites achieve a variety of accessibility levels. These clients include the Student Privacy site which we recently designed and developed for the Department of Education (studentprivacy.ed.gov)

At the core of our accessibility efforts is our understanding that accessibility is not an just item on a checklist that only needs to be done once. It is equal parts design, development and ongoing governance. From our initial conversations with a potential client, we take the time to discuss their understanding of their accessibility requirements and work to ensure that the appropriate level of design, development and training effort is factored into the project and is done in a way that works with the client's overall budget and timeline constraints.

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