A Higher Education University was in the process of upgrading its PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM) and Financials from version 8.9 to 9.1 in order to better support their core systems operations. TSGi was tasked with identifying an experienced consultant that would work in a key support role on the Contracts and Grants module upgrade.TSGi identified the right consultant with 14 years’ experience as a Functional PeopleSoft expert and with specific knowledge in the Contracts and Grants modules. Our consultant brought experience leading teams on several 9.1 upgrade projects.
One of the nation’s leading publicly traded retail manufacturers was looking to hire a Director of Financial Reporting who would undertake responsibilities that were spread between the CFO, treasurer, controller and the CFO’s executive assistant. MaryAnn McClayton was able to identify a candidate that had the right mix of experience and talent to do the job. The new employee that was hired was later promoted to CP-Controller within two years.
Our client, a global systems integration firm, was supporting an Intelligence Agency’s System/ Applications Audit and Compliance Team to prepare for a Federal Information Systems Control Audit Manual (FISCAM) assessment and obtain an unqualified audit opinion. The team’s mission was to ensure effective controls over the Agency’s technical infrastructure and business applications for the production of timely, reliable, and accurate data that can be independently validated and sustained. TSGi identified an IT Assurance professional with the right education and professional experience mix to support the Intelligence Agency in this effort.
This Public University was looking to outsource key activities while maintaining control and visibility of their security operations. This University was looking for a unique solution provider who would be tightly integrated with their team and capable of providing an out-tasking approach. Dave Nodonly identified the right talent and successfully staffed the senior security engineer position that helped the client safeguard itself from any major security compromises.
One of the Mid-Atlantic’s leading systems integration firms with a large federal practice was looking to expand its presence to support the federal agencies with their cyber initiatives. Since the firm was expanding its presence in the cyber space, they were looking to hire candidates that were classic consultants, served as subject-matter experts and carried revenue goals. Rich Dobyns identified several staff members at the senior associate level that played a key role in developing the new business for the firm.
When a prime contractor was building a new security operations center to support multiple government contracts, they required IA professionals to cover 24/7 operations. The core responsibilities were to conduct network security monitoring and anomaly detection. Matt Kilkeary successfully staffed the team within three weeks. The awarded period of performance was for three years. Based on the team’s performance, it was renewed for an additional two yea
A Department of Defense (DoD) prime contractor was awarded a government contract requiring a team to certify and accredit their IT systems. The prime needed to form a team of six analysts in less than two weeks to complete a one-year contract. Matt Kilkeary identified a senior IA resource for this project that in turn assisted with vetting other team members that were brought onto the project.
A national professional consulting firm providing internal audit, compliance, accounting, and tax services was looking to backfill this critical position to drive their capital region’s practice. MaryAnn McClayton helped this national consulting firm identify the right person for this position. This individual was first promoted to Director of State and Local Tax (SALT) and just recently was promoted again to National Tax Director, Strategic Accounts.
One of Maryland’s highly acclaimed Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) was looking to hire a CFO who had a strong background in managed care, healthcare, Medicare/Medicaid and FQHC. Additionally, one of the critical requirements for this position was strong technology skills. MaryAnn McClayton worked with this FQHC and leveraged her strong experience in accounting and finance to help the organization find the right person to fill their CFO position.
The objective was to find an accounting professional who was excited to work for the mission of a nonprofit organization for a compensation package which was slightly below what the commercial firms offered for similar levels of skills and talents. Jane Myers spent time with the firm to understand its culture, goal and overall compensation offerings so that she could share the key offerings of the position and the firm to candidates that were looking to change industries or work/life balance.