The Topsarge Business Solutions digital division milMedia Group was contracted by the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences to design and develop exemplar training, training resources, and job aids for use by operational units. As a result, the ELRG website was created by the milMedia Group staff, which includes a live task tracker, updates about ongoing research, live polls, a survey tool, an email newsgroup registration, and other links to relevant information. The site was created to help provide information about TBS’s daily activities being done in regard to the cooperative agreement between TBS and ARI. The website is maintained and operated by the TBS staff and not affiliated with the government.
The Topsarge Business Solutions digital division milMedia Group was contracted by the AMEDD Museum Foundation to design and develop a new website for the U.S. Army Medical Department Museum located on Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. The official U.S. Army museum houses the history of the Army Medical Department and tells a compelling story of those soldiers whose mission is to preserve life. The collections include medical equipment, uniforms, works of art, and vehicles representing the entire period of service of the Army Medical Department from 1775 to the present. The website provides visitors with the required information they need to access the museum, the exhibits, and the variety of information about the artifacts and graphics.
The Topsarge Business Solutions digital division milMedia Group was contracted by the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences to refine and evaluate a digital NCO Writing Guide and create a limited user test platform to distribute digital tools, plugins, and helper applications that can be used to enhance writing among Army junior enlisted leaders.
The Topsarge Business Solutions digital division milMedia Group was contracted by the Army Women’s Foundation to modify, edit, and maintain its web portal, and to create and sustain a digital marketing campaign. Founded in 1969 as the WAC Foundation, the Army Women’s Foundation was responsible for raising money to fund a building for the U.S. Army Women’s Army Corps (WAC) Museum, which they occupied in May 1977. The museum later moved to Fort Lee Virginia and renamed the Army Women's Museum, it moved to its current location in May 2011. The U.S. Army Women's Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to Army women.