Meet Katherine Estes, a WBD Senior Associate supporting one of WBD’s Department of Defense (DoD) clients with pre-award acquisition services for cybersecurity contracts.
The U.S. Federal Government spends hundreds of billions of dollars on procuring goods and services each year. From nuclear submarines to copy paper, the business of the government is primarily funded through two mechanisms: appropriated or revolving funds. At WBD, our...
To end poverty and promote peaceful democratic societies, the United States works to ensure gender equality and empower women around the world. When...
For Women’s History month, a look at how USAID has been empowering women and girls in its programs for decades.
WBD welcomes Retired Brigadier General Allen J. Jamerson to its Strategic Advisory Board. Designed to guide the firm through the next phase of its...
Low-and-Middle Income countries (LMICs) rely on digital technologies, such as track and trace, to help improve their supply chains and procurement processes
Key challenges in the global health supply chain include delivery of COVID vaccines to developing countries and medical oxygen shortages.
The Homeland Security Advisory Council issued information and communication technology risk management recommendations for federal agencies.
WBD Associate Sophie Fontaine modeled WBD’s core values in her recent fellowship with the WILD Network.
As a long tenured employee, I have had the opportunity to be a part of WBD’s growth from a small startup to an industry leader in consulting.
WBD is assisting municipalities in navigating the unchartered territories associated with COVID-19, working with Kansas City OMB.