Our Subject Matter Experts range in experience from retired military personnel with over 25 years of acquisition and contracting experience to individuals with over 20 years commercial engineering experience to graphic designers with decades of international advertising experience. Our cadre of professionals can provide product, service, and market insight to support your organization's business development goals. Our SMEs provide comprehensive consulting and support in: - Military and Commercial Acquisition and Contracting - Technology Development and Transfer - Program and Project Management - Business Acquisition and Cost Analysis - Logistics Management - Strategic Planning - Survivability, Lethality, Vehicle Systems, and Mechanical Engineering - Weapons Systems Integration - Third Party Test Certification - Developing New Customers and New Markets - Ballistics - Organizational Leadership - Managing Product Development - Organizational Re-branding - Graphic Design - Desktop Publishing - Editing - Printing and Printing and Reproduction Services - Software and Game Development - Contracts Management
Mr. Binnarr offers strategic, tactical, and technical support that enables organizations to meet achievable objectives with measurable results. He assists clients in developing effective strategies and tactics that enable success.
He assists with business growth through strategic commercial partnerships and leverages experience and key relationships to allow clients to explore or further expand not only in the Defense sector, but also within U.S. supported international energy, construction, and infrastructure initiatives.
Ms. Bradley has over 11 years of library experience and over 15 years of experience as a researcher and desktop publisher. Her experience in library settings coupled with her consulting experience has provided her with the skills and expertise required to collaborate and interface with a diverse set of individuals ranging from young to college age students; teachers, professors, and administrators; industry personnel, as well as military personnel from low ranking enlisted personnel (E-1) to senior level officers (O-8). Her experience consulting for clients across industries has provided her with the opportunity to apply her research and information retrieval skills to develop technical documentation, marketing collateral, and government and commercial proposals, often containing proprietary information.
Mr. Cole is partner at a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) specializing in test and evaluation, design and systems engineering, mine blast, and Kintetic Energy (KE), Chemical Energy (CE), and Anti-Armor IED (AAIED) survivability. Mr. Cole has extensive experience in protection system design (including armor recipe development and vehicle system integration) for direct fire/KE threats, fragmentation devices, explosively formed penetrators (EFPs), shaped charges (RPG), and mine blast mitigation.
Ms. Fischer currently specializes in Government Contracting and Accounting Services, including budget development, indirect rate structure development, Incurred Cost Submissions, proposal development, and General Ledger services for Government contractors. She previously held the position of Director of Accounting for a Government Contractor where she oversaw all aspects of General Ledger accounting, payroll, accounts payable, billing, budgeting, auditing, and tax planning. She also previously oversaw cost proposal development, contract management, human resources, and government facility security.
Mr. Gordon is a consultant to defense industry clients where he has been involved in multiple programs for vehicle systems design and integration, requirements analysis, project/program management, system testing, and strategic planning. He is a Mechanical Engineer with a diverse background in the defense industry, including active military, DoD, civilian, and defense industry contractor experience. Mr. Gordon is partner at a VOSB specializing in test and evaluation, design and systems engineering, mine blast, and KE, CE, AAIED survivability. He also has extensive experience in: - Technology development programs. - International business development. - Design, research, testing and modeling.
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Lt. Col. (Ret) Brian Keller Mr. Keller is a private consultant specializing in DoD research, development and acquisition. Most recently, he served as the Executive Assistant to the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Innovation & Technology Transition. Mr. Keller retired from the U.S. Army in 2000. His last military job was the Product Manager for Soldier Support Systems. In this capacity, he was the Government lifecycle manager for 56 product lines. His duties included responsibility for the design, development and production of DoD airdrop systems, shelter systems, field feeding systems, and field services systems.
Ms. Jarabak is a Senior Government Acquisition Cost and Price Strategist providing mentoring, coaching, training, continued education, and hands-on support to clients of all sizes in support of cost and price services. She helps businesses optimize revenue, profit/margin, and operational efficiency through proposal, business development, and management and operations expertise. Her extensive background in Cost/Price strategy and analysis, competitive strategy formulation, business intelligence, development and implementation of process and policy, and design of highly functional teams offers clients a comprehensive approach to addressing their growth objectives.
Mr. Tierney's career spans more than 35 years – working in program management, proposal management, product & technology development, business development, engineering, and defense acquisition. Mr. Tierney helps clients create and execute successful business strategies to win federal government contracts – including capture and proposal management, business development, communications with government leaders, supporting product-development strategies and translating government requirements into technical performance characteristics.