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The Rehancement Group, Inc. 1818 Library Street, Suite 500, Reston, Virginia 20190 Phone 703.450.4176 Fax 202.403.3583
At A Glance
Summary Rehancement!Feature Your!Benefit
Experienced Workforce •Subject!Matter!Expertise
•Subject Matter Expertise
!Commitment!to!Client!Satisfaction Commitment!to!Training!and! •State!of!the!Art!Delivery
!Program!Management! Proven!Management! •Reduced!!Project!Risk
!Acquisition!&!Contracting!Support Methodologies! •On!Time!Delivery
!Logistics Robust!working!knowledge! “Pre"trained”!contractor/sub"
of FAR and Government contractor!that!meets!your!
contractor that meets your
!Strategy!Consulting requirements tracking,!reporting,!and!
!Human!Capital!Management CCR!Certified!Small,!Woman! Compliance!with!Small!Business!
541990!– Professional!and!Technical!Services And!Large!Business!Partners •Capability!Leveraging
531390 – Real Estate Activities
Who We Are
THE REHANCEMENT GROUP (TRG) was established to help clients effectively apply leading process and
solution strategies that enhance performance and improve bottom"line results. We are a small, woman"
owned company focused on providing full service Management Consulting Services to the Federal
We are a trusted advisor and counselor. We offer our clients an enviable and unique combination of cutting"
edge expertise in both business and technology. Our proven depth of experience and expertise enables us to
provide world"class services on"par with large firms.
We are problem solvers with a passion for enhancing our clients' organizations. Our clients call us for direct,
thoughtful and experienced counsel. They call us because they know we understand the difference between
building shareholder value and enabling the mission.
Actionable solutions require understanding an industry and organization from top to bottom. Our
consultants draw upon years of direct, front"line experience in a full range of industries. TRG Consultants
have an average of 13 years of experience company"wide. More than just “bright ideas”, TRG provides
you with strategies and solutions that can be realized in your organization. The following section
summarizes our primary solution offerings:
Acquisition & Contracting Support
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As a subcontractor, TRG provides technical, financial, and logistics support to Army contracting
professionals in their oversight of the multi"billion dollar LOGCAP IV program. LOGCAP IV uses
private sector contractors to provide a broad range of logistics and support services to U.S.
and allied forces during combat, such as those missions now under way in Iraq and
Afghanistan, as well as to other contingency, peacekeeping, humanitarian and training
operations. TRG support includes: cost monitoring, economic/cost report analysis and review,
requirements analysis, work document control, independent cost estimates, change order
management, l i ti support, and t h i l analysis.
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As a subcontractor, TRG is providing acquisition and contracting support at the enterprise level
for a major Army command. TRG provides world class solutions for administration of a world"
wide multi"million dollar contract touching multiple mission critical operating domains within
the Command. TRG professionals interface directly with the COR and functional Task
Monitors (TMs) to help prepare requirements packages, performance based work statements,
contract modifications, independent cost estimates, funding requests, and other mandated
TRG is currently providing support for policy and guidance in the management and monitoring
of the DoD’s Utilities Privatization Program. Utilities privatization is a method by which
military installations can obtain safe, technologically current, and environmentally sound
utility systems, at a relatively lower cost than they would under continued government
ownership. To help the Military Services analyze the costs and benefits of privatization, TRG
principals developed the Utility Privatization Economic Analysis Support (UPEAST) tool.
UPEAST was designed factoring in all laws, authorizations and guidance and is the required
economic reporting platform used in presentations to Congress. 6
TRG is currently working with a NAVSEA site in framing a business case analysis (BCA) to
help transform its operations. NAVSEA continues to face material pressure on its per unit
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measures. Next to human capital related costs, real property and energy costs represent
the most significant line item in the organization’s expense portfolio. TRG is working with
NAVSEA to frame a “way"ahead” incorporating factors such as: 1) Evolving mission
requirements; 2) Changing technology and large installed equipment; 3) Campus
consolidation; 4) Renewable energy 5) Changing engineer and scientist populations; 6)
Public Private Partnerships (ESPC, UESCO, Privatization; 7) Space utilization; and 7) Other
DoD's business leaders and warfighters require access to integrated, consistent, and
complete real property data for decision making. To improve the accessibility and
consistency of real property data across the Department, the OSD Business Enterprise
Integration office (BEI) created a strategy to assign real property unique identifiers
(RPUIDs) to its nearly 1 million global real property assets. TRG principals led
implementation efforts to digitize Real Property artifacts world"wide, and catalog them in
a Beta Real Property Unique Identification Registry (RPUIR)
Our principals supported the DoD in the valuation of balance sheet assets for the purpose
of complying with the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Act. We conducted statistical
samplings using probability proportional to size with a 90% confidence interval. Assets
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were valued using net book value, along with benchmarking resources to establish original
and fair market value.
Our principals supported the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in developing a
strategic capital allocation model that measured key financial metrics and their linkage to
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approaches for disposing, enhancing, cultivating, and maturing NSWC assets.
Our principals supported the Army Corps of Engineers in Enhanced Use Leasing (EUL) by
providing feasibility / market analysis, financial analysis, source selection support, and
program management. We provided key contract negotiation support with the selected
developer, to include market value, shared revenue, and in"kind consideration.
Our principals supported NASA Langley in the study of its Technician workforce. Over the
past decades the role of NASA Technicians had evolved to more closely align with the
KSA’s of certain NASA engineers. Utilizing sophisticated on"line survey tools and on"site
interviews, our principals help Langley senior management frame key transformation
steps to align their organization with their planned future state
Client Organizations & Affiliations
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E"mail: dbaker@rehancement com