Federal Microconsulting

About the Network - Focused on providing bite-sized management consulting engagements to Federal clients, Federal Microconsulting operates under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), which allows for micro-purchase acquisitions of supplies or services using simplified acquisition procedures. Engagement must not exceed the $10,000 micro-purchase threshold and may be awarded without soliciting competitive quotations if the contracting officer or individual appointed in accordance with 1.603-3(b) considers the price to be reasonable. 

Consultant Profile - Consultants come from IT services, analytics, and management backgrounds.

How It Works - Clients submit a request. Federal Microconsulting makes contact within one business day to confirm their understanding of client needs. Federal Microconsulting then matches clients with consultants able to address the precise program need. Clients then provide context needed and expert consultant get to work researching and developing tailored recommendations. Within 3 weeks, experts delivers tailored, implementable recommendations.
 
Opportunities - Consulting engagements can include:

Strategic planning
Project initiation and launch
PMO set-up or retooling
Performance measurement or metrics
Roadmap development, scheduling, resource management, etc

Data quality and integrity checks
Model design, approach to predictive analytics, trend analysis
Data visualization, dashboard development, infographics, and reports

Digital strategy development
Cyber technologies evaluation
High-level requirements development

Team effectiveness and individual performance assessments, coaching
Meeting facilitation and mediation
Communications
Organizational design
Change management


How to sign-up - Experts can sign-up via an online form.
 
Payment - Not specified on the website, although presumably, engagments pay less than 10K.

Additional Information - Federal Micro consulting was co-founded by Robin Camarote and Bill Fischer. 

Links

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Online Application

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