Risk and Financial Advisory
The enactment of the Chief Financial Officers’ Act (CFO Act) of 1990 and the Government Management Reform Act (GMRA) of 1994 created new expectations for financial management in the Federal government.
In a world where shared threats require cooperation between countries, it is in the interest of United States national security and foreign policy to build the capacity of foreign security forces to respond to shared challenges.
Supply Chain Management
In the decentralized, agile, and often vulnerable environments the Department of Defense (DoD) finds itself, it is critical for our defense customers to drive for a resilient, adaptive, and responsive supply chain.
Aligning organizational culture, structure, and resources with organizational strategy is challenging, complicated, but also necessary. Our federal government customers are facing constant challenges and maintaining
Fiscal constraints on the federal budget are now the rule and federal agencies must constantly do more with far less resources. Effective Financial Management is essential to ensure that agencies effectively plan to reduce risk.
With the proliferation of distributed systems, data, and applications the need for these technologies to operate collectively and as a distributed whole is greater than ever. MBC’s Interoperability Solutions provide data.