At SBD, we understand the challenges facing government officials. For nearly 30 years, we have partnered with our government clients on a wide range of business and IT initiatives that have reduced cost, increased operational efficiencies and enabled our clients to make more informed business decisions. We are committed to helping government agencies accomplish their mission. We use an outcome-based focus to deliver services on time and on budget, which distinguishes us from other companies and allows us to consistently keep the commitments we make to our clients.
We’re ready to hear about your challenges and discuss how we can help you overcome them. To start the dialogue, please contact us.
The healthcare landscape continues to evolve with an aging population, cost increases, and focus on access to quality healthcare. Federal health agencies face a multitude of challenges including cost control, legislative and policy changes, mitigating fraud, waste and abuse, harnessing an exponential data increase, and enabling access to quality healthcare.
With these challenges, arises a need for solutions and support at the intersection of healthcare, public health, research, and technology. SBD’s Federal Health business unit possess the business knowledge and experience coupled with program management best practice, innovation, and agility in the delivery of products and services as a partner to federal health agencies.
SBD provides advisory services that help improve business performance while expanding accountability and transparency in the delivery of citizen-centric services. Our multi-disciplinary team of consultants help public sector customers make data- driven decisions, improve efficiencies, and modernize federal operations both inside and outside of their organizations. From promoting energy efficiency in products to planning and developing a safe and efficient national airport system, SBD delivers services and solutions that support our customers’ program objectives and facilitates cooperation across federal, state, and local boundaries.