QSM for Government

QSM helps make public sector software projects smarter, faster and more cost-effective.

Government software-intensive projects are under the microscope

Politically driven deadlines. Budget uncertainty. Unrealistic bids from vendors who can’t perform. Nunn-McCurdy breaches, GAO audits and IG inspections. Security intrusions. Emerging technologies. 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).

Learn More About QSM Consulting

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.