The Department of Defense’s Joint Service Provider (JSP) required comprehensive strategic communications and change management programs in order to mature the organization.
The FEMA Office of the Chief Information Officer needed help maturing their organization and solidifying them as the gold standard agency for successful information technology (IT) management.
The nation of Indonesia has historically been beset with legal inconsistencies, insufficient state capacity, and minimal anti-corruption enforcement.
SecDefComms’ high-profile clientele needed the most innovative, secure, and high-performing communications equipment and services available, and they needed it yesterday.
This lack of a formalized relationship management system limited USAID's ability to see a real-time composite of the Agency’s outreach with the private sector.
The Defense Human Resources Activity Enterprise Operations Center needed to ensure accurate, effective, on-schedule, and compliant Technical Evaluation Board reviews.
Roughly 40% of Senegal’s rural population lives in poverty, with close to 25 percent of children under five suffering from malnutrition.
33% of Argentina’s rural population has some variation of unmet basic needs such as, housing, sanitation, education, healthcare, and nutrition.
USAID/Peru needed assistance integrating strategy across bilateral and regional activities while considering indigenous issues when designing and implementing support activities.
Engaging with the private sector is key to driving robust anti-corruption policies and practices and a successful Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance initiative.
The education sector in Liberia suffers from serious deficiencies in both quality and access to education across the student lifecycle with only ~$50/primary student compared to the $150/student average in low-income countries.