WBD Supporting DHRA Source Selection
Firm to Provide a Digital Solution for Source Selection
WASHINGTON — The Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA) has awarded WBD a contract to introduce a digital solution for its source selection needs as well as provide its acquisition professionals with advisory support services.
Source selection is the system by which the Government analyzes private sector proposals and determines the most strategic, best value choice for a contract award. To meet DHRA’s unique requirements, WBD will harness its Source Selection Technical Evaluation Consensus Tool. This proprietary software system offers a hardware suite that protects the sensitive nature of the evaluations, as well as promotes procedural objectivity and accuracy. In conjunction with its digital solutions, WBD will deliver professional advisory support for technical and cost analyses across a wide range of procurement.
“This is a major win for WBD as we begin advancing our digital service offerings,” said WBD President Scott Caldwell. “This contract will showcase the firm’s ability to deploy digital solutions that enhance our strategic advisory work for federal agencies.”
DHRA is a Department of Defense Field Activity chartered to support the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness. DHRA provides support and services that improve the efficiency, productivity and quality of life for warfighters and their family members, as well as civilians throughout the Department. DHRA enterprise-wide mission programs — ranging from travel management, language and culture, to civilian human resource advisory services — impact the delivery of benefits, readiness, force protection and the detection and elimination of fraud.
WBD currently supports several other Department of Defense organizations, including the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency and the Defense Health Agency. Beyond the Department of Defense, WBD works with other federal partners at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, and the United States Agency for International Development.