How do government agencies optimize their systems portfolios? While many consulting firms excel in supporting decisions about hardware, software and programs, QCI has a reputation for “reliable breakthroughs” in analyzing exactly how to drive performance up and risks and costs down. That reputation was built inside the high-stakes intelligence community where systems must perform. Today, QCI helps customers throughout government make better decisions with support from its best-in-domain SMEs and senior consultants. These elite, agile QCI teams leverage a ‘Quaternion-Based Approach’ (QBA) drawn from hands-on experience with strategic cost estimating as well as the architectural, engineering and operational side of the equation. By integrating business case analysis with technical assessments QCI experts give customers confidence in making—and defending—decisions. And though QCI’s expertise accelerates projects, QCI’s value extends long after completion as both the customer and co-contractors continue to apply the knowledge and processes they learned through QCI’s mentorship.
QCI: Confident Decisions. Lasting Value.
QCI people are recognized as subject matter and domain experts because they have direct experience with some of America’s most high-stakes system acquisition programs, including intelligence community systems, satellites, ships, software and more.
QCI provides insights not just in one area, but across the entire program. We can assess architecture and engineering requirements. We can use advanced modeling to examine trade-offs and opportunities in both technical aspects of the program and in cost savings.
Our people are true, senior-level analysts compared to the growing number of less-experienced consultants turning up on contracts for system acquisition support. This higher-level expertise accelerates the speed and dramatically increases the customer’s confidence in comparing alternatives and making minor changes in requirements that can make a major difference in raising performance while reducing costs and technical risks.
QCI is Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI) free.
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