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Tucson Project

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  2. 2. Company Profile<br />Founded in 1997, Tucson Project LLC is a service-disabled veteran owned (SDVOB) company specializing in transportation, administrative/technical support and IT services for government entities and municipalities. <br />Our success and solid performance is a result of remaining focused on the client’s mission, building the right teams, and consistently being the best value for the contract dollar. <br />
  3. 3. NAICS Codes<br />
  4. 4. NAICS Codes<br />Continued…<br />
  5. 5. Consulting, Systems, & Solutions<br />With expertise in strategic planning, technology, and support services, Tucson Project provides services in:<br />Administrative Support<br />General Staffing, HR Specialists, Acquisition Specialists, Clerks, Receptionists, Mailroom, Generalists, Compensation/Classification Specialists, Budget Specialists, Subject Matter Experts, EEO Investigator/Mediators<br />Training<br />Course design, Manual development, Instruction, On-line course development, Professional coaching<br />
  6. 6. Consulting, Systems, & Solutions<br />Continued…<br />Tucson Project provides a broad range of services in planning, operations, organizational development, and program management. <br />Project Management<br />Project Control, Supply Chain, Logistics, Supply & Inventory Management, Human Resources, Organizational Efficiency and Process Management, Strategic Communications<br />
  7. 7. Consulting, Systems, & Solutions<br />Continued…<br />Engineering/IT<br />Program and Technical Integration, Systems Development<br />IT Infrastructure Solutions<br />Transportation<br />Operations, Trucking, Logistics, Transportation Planning<br />
  8. 8. Tucson Project’s Offerings Include: <br /><ul><li>Nationwide support
  9. 9. Project managers devoted to contract success no matter the budget size
  10. 10. High-quality products and services
  11. 11. Quality Assurance Program developed for every contract
  12. 12. Exceptional service from contract commencement to close-out</li></ul>Government Purchase Card accepted.<br />
  13. 13. Just In Time Services<br />Introducing…<br />
  14. 14. Our commitment to you…<br />Tucson Project LLC is committed to our policy of assigning highly qualified and motivated personnel to our contracts. The firm is experienced with projects of all sizes and has a strong teaming structure using large, medium and small companies to create the best contract teams. <br />
  15. 15. Project Management<br />Contract and task order management is fundamental to Tucson Project’s approach and commitment to being a “high performance partner” with government agencies. <br />The firm has instituted a four-step Project Management Process (PMP) encompassing streamlined reporting and accountability functions to ensure projects remain on schedule, on mission, and on budget. <br />
  16. 16. Project Management Process (PMP)<br />???<br />I. <br />Understand the requirements for each element of the SOW<br />II.<br />Create and implement Project Management / Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan <br />IV.<br />Receive Feedback<br />III.<br />Report Results<br />
  17. 17. Quality Control Program<br />Monitoring<br />Control Activities<br />Risk Assessment<br />Control Environment<br />Tucson Project is continually seeking ways to better achieve the firm’s mission and program results by improving performance and accountability. A key factor to achieving these outcomes and minimizing operational issues is to implement and maintain strong internal controls through a carefully designed quality control program. <br />Information & Communication<br />
  18. 18. Customer Service—A Core Principle<br />Customer satisfaction is a continuous guiding principle in all of our contracts.<br />The combination of excellent performance and competitive pricing makes Tucson Project consistently the best value for the contract dollar. <br />
  19. 19. Current & Past Projects<br /><ul><li>Administrative Support Services
  20. 20. Temporary Employment Placement
  21. 21. Federal Transit Administration Triennial Review Oversight
  22. 22. Mentoring and Outreach Programs
  23. 23. Position Classification Support
  24. 24. Developing Employee Performance Review Programs
  25. 25. Recruitment/Hiring Strategies
  26. 26. Executive Recruitment
  27. 27. Diversity Management Programs
  28. 28. Compensation Analysis</li></li></ul><li>Current & Past Projects<br />Continued…<br /><ul><li>Policy Research
  29. 29. Development of HR Policies & Procedures
  30. 30. Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Winning Approach Training Series
  31. 31. EEO Investigations (federal, state, and local government agencies)
  32. 32. Mediations (Federal, State, and local government agencies)
  33. 33. Sexual Harassment Training
  34. 34. Americans with Disabilities Act in the Workplace Training</li></li></ul><li>Partner Government Agencies & Private Companies<br /><ul><li>State of Texas – Workforce Commission
  35. 35. Department of Homeland Security
  36. 36. Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority
  37. 37. Department of Veteran Affairs
  38. 38. State of Texas – Health and Human Services Commission
  39. 39. Department of Labor
  40. 40. Central Puget Sound Transit Authority
  41. 41. Siemens
  42. 42. FedEx Ground</li></li></ul><li>Company Information<br />DerickA. Jordan, President/CEO<br />
  43. 43. Technical Services Office Location:<br />Dallas, Texas<br />12200 Ford Road<br />Suite 295<br />Dallas, Texas 75234<br />(P) 214.377.0133<br />(F) 888.483.0093<br />
  44. 44. Regional Office Location:<br />Washington, D.C.<br />1200 G Street, NW<br />Suite 800<br />Washington, D.C. 20005<br />(P) 202.588.2142<br />(F) 888.483.0093<br />

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