The aim of Cybecs IV&V is risk management that promotes forward momentum while keeping an eye on programme quality output. The ultimate aim of risk minimization is realized by "full life-cycle" IV&V services, which give a comprehensive quality view at and throughout each step of the programme through up-front assessments of all important contract deliverables and program-executed activities. Functional, technical, and programmatic assessments are included to cover all areas of a programme, as they are all necessary for success. We provide early insight into process flaws and system flaws to our clients so that management may make timely and informed decisions.

What does Cybecs do for IV&V
Cybecs, for example, determines if user criteria are satisfied (verification), whether the product or system is produced to required standards, and whether it fulfils stakeholder demands (validation). Our methodology is collaborative and adaptable, allowing us to constantly contribute value to initiatives while also establishing ourselves as a trusted adviser to senior management. We've found that using this approach builds stronger working relationships with the government and other programme contractors, allowing for more in-depth assessments of programme risks and overall programme health.


  • Increased positive experience of stakeholders and customers

  • Improved and accelerated programme performance

  • Reduced IT expenditures and programme cost

  • Mitigated risks / shortened issue resolution

  • Delivered in-scope system features and functionality

  • Clearly defined and track able performance measures

Why Cybecs
A collaborative IV&V strategy aids the programme team in defining and implementing entry/exit criteria for each lifecycle phase, stage gates, and significant milestones beyond deployment, allowing the programme to progress effectively in line with agency goals and objectives. Organizations at all levels rely on Cybecs IV&V for objective risk management, quality assurance, technical evaluations, system testing, and training assessments, as well as deployment monitoring.