U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)

Adellsen staff supported the DOJ Office of Inspector General (OIG) Management and Planning Division which provided the Inspector General with advice on administrative and fiscal policy. The division supported OIG components by providing services in the areas of planning, budget, finance, quality assurance, personnel, training, procurement, automated data processing, computer network communications and general support. Specifically, we provided administrative and program management support, records management,
and monitored management systems to ensure that government assets were safeguarded from waste, loss, unauthorized use, or misappropriation.


U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

Adellsen staff supported the GSA Public Service (PBS)
Real Property Asset Management (RPAM) team by allocating congressionally mandated funding to regional
GSA offices for repair and alterations projects. We managed the Repairs & Alteration Program Measure and evaluated the regional program planning and execution of over $400 million of projects in the non-prospectus reinvestment program. The measure encouraged data accuracy in the Inventory Reporting Information System (IRIS) and achieved over 99% compliance in the reinforcement of IRIS as the capital investment planning and budgeting tool.



U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Adellsen supported the DHS Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Chief Finance Officer (CFO)Office of Asset Management (OAM). We developed the organizational infrastructure and documented business models to improve business processes and stakeholder communication. Our team also developed business management and decision management tools to manage and analyze financial and operational information including written standard operating procedures, directives, policy guidance, official memoranda, and training materials.



Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Adellsen supported the IRS CADE 2 Program by establishing the Federal Financial Management System Requirements (FFMSR) compliance analysis process and delivering related documentation to support compliance. Our team supported the completion of the FFMSR gap analysis and related assessments based on required Federal regulations and policy with the IRS Individual Master File (IMF) system. We identified over 600 financial candidate system requirements to support the agency’s transition to a state-of-the-art enterprise wide daily tax processing solution.



U.S. Department of Treasury (Treasury)

Adellsen provided project management support to the Office of Domestic for the State Small Business Credit Initiative. Our team members provided research support on technology platforms to support credit risk management and scoring, decision management applications, and data warehousing. Adellsen authored a white paper “Developing a National Capital Access Program” that discusses main concerns in small business lending with an emphasis on the availability and access to credit along with the issue of insufficient small business lending performance data and transaction level information.



U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Adellsen supports the USDA Office of Operations to complete a space utilization survey. The space utilization survey data is used to determine spacial utilization rates as well capture other data elements to update USDA housing and floor plans as well as the agency’s facilities management information system. Adellsen uses the results from the survey to provide spacial recommendations for space consolidations, alterations, and/or assignment plans for optimal use of the agency’s headquarters facility.



District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS)

Adellsen provided accounting, financial, and project management services for including contract audit compliance and unbiased assessments to support the Office of Food and Nutrition Services. Adellsen reviewed and analyzed data from over 100 site visits to determine fraud, waste, or abuse of food, equipment, and supplies. Our team provided extensive analysis to audit Food Service Management Companies’ inventory and ordering procedures, records, and on-site stock to determine applicable overcharges and equipment inconsistencies.

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