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Trust Consulting Services Inc.

Business Process Improvement Consultant



Job Description
Trust is looking for a Senior Consultant who will examine the Government’s existing processes for inventory management, analyze and diagnose process gaps and inefficiencies, and provide expert-level advice to the Government on streamlining and improving the processes for managing its inventory and offer ways to optimize overall cost efficiencies.

The following areas describe the broad range of functions and tasks that the Government envisions:

1) The contractor shall review all relevant policy and procedure documents, and business process narratives to gain a thorough understanding of the current “as-is” processes for the entire inventory management lifecycle, as well as, the IT systems used to support the processes. The contractor shall also conduct interviews with relevant Government stakeholders to further enhance their understanding of the entire inventory management process.

2) The contractor shall provide a final report that includes specific, tangible recommendations on how to improve the Government’s current inventory management process, as well as suggestions for ways to communicate the importance of asset management to all employees. The final report will include recommendations to streamline the current process as needed, and will also include recommendations for cost efficiencies and reduction of risk throughout the process.








About Trust Consulting Services Inc.
Trust Consulting Services, Inc. (Trust) is a professional services firm with core capabilities in acquisition management, program management, financial management and IT systems and networking.

Trust is a certified 8(a), HUBZone, and SDVOSB business.

We have offices in DC, Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, and Kansas.


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