Company is Commended for Outstanding Service and Contributions to the Nation
Washington, DC, September 25, 2012: The Small Business Administration (SBA) has commended TCG for its outstanding contributions and service to the nation, and presented the company with its Administrator’s Award for Excellence.
TCG was nominated for the 2012 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award for SBA Region III by Christopher Friedline, who leads the Department of the Treasury/Bureau of the Public Debt Budget Formulation and Execution Manager (BFEM) program. With the help of TCG, BFEM has transformed 13 agencies’ paper-based budgeting processes into a purely electronic workflow that is saving taxpayer dollars while improving the accuracy, agility, and quality of budget submissions.
“We didn’t win the main prize!” wailed TCG’s dejected President, Dan Turner. “We are sad. We don’t usually like bragging about second place, but a commendation from the SBA is a nice gesture and we thought it would be worth telling everyone about it. It’s always gratifying to be recognized by the government for our efforts, and we appreciate SBA presenting us with this encouraging award.”
TCG (www.tcg.com) is an award-winning small business that specializes in tailored information technology solutions and consulting services with a particular focus on grants management, collaboration platforms, and budget formulation and execution. TCG transforms information technology infrastructures and inconsistent processes to integrated environments built on reusable functionality, consistent business processes, and interoperable infrastructures. The multiple awards that TCG and its clients have received demonstrate the benefits of using best practices such as CMMI, ITIL, and PMBOK to meet complex technology and management needs.
TCG’s company goal is to save the US taxpayer $1 billion by 2016. So far the company has saved the government in excess of $265 million by automating once-costly processes, using time-saving and money-saving processes in developing code, helping the government restructure its business processes, and paying careful attention to the company’s own expenses on contracts.
About the SBA
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) (http://www.sba.gov) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. SBA recognizes that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America's future, and to helping the United States compete in today's global marketplace. Although SBA has grown and evolved in the years since it was established in 1953, the bottom line mission remains the same. The SBA helps Americans start, build and grow businesses. Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam.
David G. Cassidy