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Our Services

Program Management and Operations Support

•Administrative Support

•Executive Assistance

•Administrative Assistance

•Logistics/Supply Management support of program Asset

•As-Built and To-Be Configuration Management

•Asset Acquisition, Tracking, Accountability Management

•Human Capital and Provisioning Management

•Contract Personnel Asset Tracking by contracts and teams

•Issuing and Tracking of Parking Permits

•Business Processes and Operations Automation

•Automated Workflow Implementation of Request For Funding Actions

•Automated Graphic and Tabular Reporting of Real-Time Helpdesk Ticket Resolution Status (every morning after 9/11 incident)

•Conversion of manual Agency Space Allocation and Planning function to a fully Automated secured RDBMS system

•Coaching and Mentoring via LSS/CPI to achieve high performing organizations

•Acquisition/Contract Resources, Budgeting, and Funding Management

•Acquisition and Contract Process support for the entire Product Life-Cycle

•Cost and Economic Analysis

•Support for Industry Events, Public Affairs, and Congressional Liaison tasks

•Support USA Systems Acquisition Review Council (ASARC) IPT via DASC support to assist various PEO EIS PMs in managing IPT

Business Transformation

For Business Transformation to take advantage of modern technologies to seek durable productivity gains, cost reductions, and improvements in responsiveness and product quality, PSC is also focused on process improvement to reduce any execution delays and latency. This assists in creating high performing teams. Working with multi-discipline engineering and business analyst teams, and the leaderships within the target organizations, PSC remains focused on arranging customer buy-in for any proposed solution to their requirements and subsequent customer expectations management until the system test and acceptance.

•Lean Six Sigma (LSS) and Continuous Process Improvement (CPI)

•With successful execution and deployment, PSC brings to bear a full discipline of LSS to organizations’ operations to achieve CPI.  PSC has successfully utilized its innovative Integrated Deployment Model (IDM) that integrates all the best practices for CPI and BT Methodology.

•Executive Coaching

•This coaching addresses the following key issues that executives face:

•Achieving top-line results through others

•Managing objectives against time and resources

•Creating the appropriate people architecture to support objectives

•Creating communication structures to report on results

•Leading versus managing , Delegating and tracking delegated items

•Preparing for one-on-one and staff meetings

•The consultant develops, maintains, and instructs Lean Six Sigma Awareness Training for Organizations’ Executive leaders and other employees

•Mentoring and Training

•Develop Belts/Practitioners by an effective training and mentoring that include the primary elements of LSS to include – Business Process Management, Six Sigma, Design for Six Sigma (DFSS), and Lean.

Executive and Administrative Services

Track and monitor all incoming actions. Send e-mail to chiefs for distribution of actions to Action Officers (AO), approve actions and point of contact for related issues. Coordinate events for the leadership, assist with preparation of contracts review meetings by preparing room for briefing using specialized Audio Visual equipment, upload briefing slides and run the briefing from the computer. Ensure correct placement of names plates for senior leadership. Assist with the travel requirements, procedures and guidelines for staff within the Organization. Prepare travel order and produce vouchers using the Defense Travel System (DTS). Verify time and attendance, and provide assistance using the Automated Time Attendance and Production System (ATAAPS). Manage and monitor calendars, resolve conflicts on calendar, schedule meetings and verify attendance. Ensure that all high lever meetings are covered by attendance of someone and provide executive summary. Attended weekly staff call and produce minutes. Track all documents requiring leadership s’ signature. Proof for grammar, correct format per the applicable established protocols and verifying that document has been staffed correctly prior to submitting for signature. Acts as a liaison Point of contact for all new employees, office moves, phone issues, computer problems, supplies, travel and other miscellaneous tasks. The functions are as follows:

•Administrative Assistance

•Events Coordination

•Defense Travel Services

•Time Keeping

•Human Capital

Cost and Economic Analysis, Cost Modeling, and Better Buying Power Assessment

Develop, analyze, document, and review cost estimates through various analytical approaches, techniques, and via automated tools, Review the cost sections in program documents, Perform Business Case Analysis, Cost Benefits Analyses and Economic and Benefits Analysis Developing the cost section of the Earned Value Management, Program Concept Plans and Economic Viability Tool.  In details:

•Review or develop cost analysis documents such as the Cost Analysis Requirement Description (CARD)

•Use Automated Cost Estimating and Integration Tool (ACEIT) Model to develop stand alone cost estimates

•Conduct program Affordability Analysis on assigned programs

•Validation of ACAT III Program Office Estimate (POE).

•Prepare templates for EIS Program cost positions for ACAT III Level cost efforts

•Build Independent Cost Studies

•Develop methodologies, mechanisms and incentives for adherence to baseline schedules and cost profiles

•Analyze Better Business Program Cost Reviews and review Will Cost/Should Cost and support entry into ASA(ALT) Should Cost Database

•Participate on the DASA Cost Estimating, Cost and Performance Portal Review Team

•Perform Business Case Analysis (BCA), Cost Benefits Analyses (CBA) and Economic and Benefits Analysis

•Review and analyze Cost Sections in the Capability Design Document, Capability Production Document, Analysis of Alternatives

•Develop the cost section of the Earned Value Management (EVM), Program Concept Plans and Economic Viability Tool

•Review and analyze Army Program Baseline Costs and Attend Army Level Cost Working-level Integrated Product Team

•Perform Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) Reviews

•Build template for PEO cost positions for ACAT III Level cost efforts on assigned EIS programs. Prepare cost section of the Earned Value Management, Program Concept Plans, Economic Viability Tool, or Army Program Baseline Costs.

Acquisition and Logistics


•Army Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Services –

Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), and

Global Combat Support Systems (GCSS) – Army

•General Fund Enterprise Business Systems (GFEBS)

Acquisition and Logistics

PSC provides end-to-end acquisition and logistics services including acquisition, program management, logistics, engineering, cost estimating, and program analysis through all phases of the program life cycle. PSC’s Operational services provide value-added mission specific support. Our Acquisition and Sustainment professionals provide a broad range of customer support and problem solving through innovative approaches developed by highly experienced staff. Our experts specialize in highly complex network architectures. We support government clients worldwide.

Operations Support

Our experts provide management and analytical support services to DoD worldwide missions. Such support includes that for mission planning, communications, engineering,  IT management, test and evaluation, scheduling, and training support for functions at all levels.

Strategic Communication

In support of communications strategies, develop and maintain Public Affairs Office (PAO) databases, develop Workforce Spotlight themes, edit responses, and post to Organizations’ social media. Compose leadership messages to the workforce. Field media inquiries, coordinate responses, facilitate media interviews for Organizations’ leaders, pitch stories to media and coordinate with other other/parent organizations. Utilize social media including Facebook and Twitter to engage with internal and external stakeholders. Support internal communications efforts including editing the Organizations’ newsletter, press releases, and award citations. The most significant objectives are:

• Public Affairs

. Event Planning and Coordination

. Protocol Office

• Congressional Liaison

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