Financial Services

Fully capable of providing a full spectrum of informed, knowledgeable and experienced support to all phases of the federal financial management process. This includes recognized subject matter experts in programming, budget formulation, congressional action, including response to congressional inquiries and justification of requirements, and budget execution at organization through agency levels.

The TAPE team has a demonstrated and Army-acknowledged expertise in the development of future year resource requirements in the programming phase and the product of that phase – the Program Objective Memorandum. The TAPE team’s ability to provide timely and accurate reports on program execution has proven to be an invaluable asset in managing and accounting for scare funding at all levels of organizations. The TAPE team’s focus includes concentrated support and assistance to organizational audit and review of agency performance in order to meet the statutory provisions and reporting requirements of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA).

TAPE analysts have proven proficiency in assisting customers in managing financial resources. They are committed to providing outstanding client support – drawing upon years of experience – to assist in building, developing, formulating, justifying, defending, and managing resources. Some examples include; requirements analysis, strategic financial planning, performance and program evaluation, cost-benefit analysis and prioritization analysis driven by resource constraints.

We also specialize in resource modeling, which includes model development, design, fielding, utilization, and maintenance. Our model output is typically designed to support a wide range of decision making processes and when combined with our analytical expertise generates relevant, accurate and timely information. Our analysts are experts in acquiring and/or developing relevant, accurate model input, and are also experts in interpreting, and frequently, applying flexibility and innovation to extrapolate existing information in order to meet the needs of decision makers.