January 2, 2020

What’s the Process for Filling Senior Level Positions in Federal Government?

The Presidential appointment process has gotten a lot of attention from the press lately for a variety of reasons. Understandably so, the path to getting appointed to senior office can be quite complex, depending on the role a nominee is seeking. Among the…
December 19, 2019

A Review of Successful Applications of Machine Learning in Government Tech

Over the past several months the TCG R&D lab has been investigating how federal agencies can successfully utilize artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically machine learning to meet their mission objectives. Machine learning can be described, in layman’s terms, as…
October 17, 2019

The Future of RPA in Government (As We See It)

The TCG R&D Lab has been working on identifying use cases for Robot Process Automation (RPA) and the challenges of RPA implementations. RPA is an emerging technology with the ability to automate workflows. It appears to have applicability throughout the…
May 3, 2019

Moving Past Compliance to Getting Real Value From Your TBM Program

The federal Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) policies established in 1996 were a great first step toward understanding and managing IT investments. But just as government’s use of technology has evolved over the past 23 years, so have the policies…
November 6, 2018

The Shared Services Management Model

At 25 years old, we tend to think we know everything in the universe. While our younger selves might have been mistaken, TCG’s 25 years of supporting multiple federal shared services have certainly taught us a thing or two. The Shared…
October 13, 2015

BFELoB 2015 Fall Forum open for registration

We use a lot of the MAX.gov tools in our work for clients across government and believe many more companies and agencies would do the same if they knew more about the tools! Fortunately, the Budget Formulation and Execution Line of Business…
December 1, 2014

FCW Profiles Kent Reynolds, 2014 Rising Star

Remember a few months ago when we told you how great Kent Reynolds is? Federal Computer Week, which recognized Kent with a Rising Star Award, remembers. FCW recently published their profile of Kent and it’s so good we felt the need to share.…
September 25, 2014

Another TCG Rising Star… er… arises!

Not a day goes by when TCG’s management team isn’t wowed by one of our teams or staff, so it’s especially great when folks outside the company recognize them, too. Our own Kent Reynolds has been recognized as a 2014 Rising Star…
April 16, 2014

MAX.gov Reaches 100,000 Users

MAX.gov is a system very close to TCG’s heart, and we’re thrilled that the Budget Formulation and Execution Line of Business (BFELoB) Program Management Office, which oversees MAX.gov, announced that 100,000 users are now using the system. MAX.gov, which was launched…
March 18, 2014

TCG CTO Dr. Butch Honored at 2014 Washington SmartCEO Executive Management Awards Ceremony

TCG’s Chief Technology Officer, Robert “Butch” Buccigrossi, Ph.D., was honored as a winner at Washington SmartCEO’s 2014 Executive Management Awards ceremony. “Dr. Butch” and the other award winners were feted at the ceremony, which was held on March 13, 2014 at…