Federal Civilian

QSM helps empower civilian agency leaders through more intelligent decision making.

Software Project Failure Is a Federal Case

Politically driven deadlines. Budget uncertainty. GAO audits and IG inspections. Emerging technologies. Unrealistic bids from vendors who can’t perform.

Are you being asked to do too much with the limited resources you have? Are your contractors really performing? How do you know?

We understand the pressures you face as a government executive, and we have proven solutions that work. Our quantitative, metrics-based approach can help you set realistic expectations, win negotiations with vendors, get troubled projects back on track and oversee your project portfolio from a position of strength and knowledge.

Return on Investment

Government Contract Vehicles

GSA IT-70 Contract # GS-35F-319GA
Period: March 24, 2017 – March 23, 2022
GSA Price List

CIO-SP3 (OMB Authorized Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) as a subcontractor to SeKON

Department of Homeland Security Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge II Unrestricted (DHS Eagle II) as a subcontractor to LMI

Additionally, QSM qualifies as a Small Business for the following North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes: 611430, 511199, 541511, 541519, 541611, 511210, 519190, 541618, 541690, and 541512 per the most current Small Business Administration industry standards (January 2014).

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We offer a variety of industrial-strength solutions to meet all needs and budget requirements, including complete solutions, "lite" versions, and incremental build-outs.

We typically recommend a staged implementation, as it enables a client to realize significant value while getting to know our process. We also suggest working with us on a single project, to start. You’ll get a good feel for QSM consulting, its benefits, and its suitability for your organization.

Please contact our solution design consultants at 800 424-6755 to discuss your individual needs and constraints. We’ll draft a statement of work, and then work with your procurement team to get a master service agreement in place. Once a purchase order has been issued, we’ll start to execute the project.