RESTON, VA – Qlarion Inc. today announced that it has been awarded a prime contract to support the United States Federal Reserve Board (FRB) with a broad range of IT consulting services.
This five-year blanket ordering agreement (BOA) allows for the FRB access to Qlarion’s large pool of skilled information technology professionals to support its projects throughout the entire Board. Focus areas include numerous data analytics and business intelligence technologies, as well as other IT-specific needs.
“Qlarion is proud to support the mission of the Federal Reserve Board by providing the highest quality personnel, technologies, and approaches. We are focused on helping the Board provide the nation with a safe, flexible, and stable monetary and financial system through the use of smart IT.” said Ian Graham, Qlarion’s Vice President of Federal Services.
“We are looking forward to applying our expertise in business intelligence and government analytics to increase the value of information technology, and better tie the business processes to the data through our proven processes,” said Graham. “It is exciting to be partnering with the FRB and sharing our passion of data-driven government.”
Qlarion is a professional services firm focused on transforming government agencies into data-driven organizations by injecting analytics into their operations. Our solutions are designed to help our customers make better business decisions, improve citizen engagement, reduce costs, and improve efficiency by using Big Data and Analytics to effectively manage, access and understand information. Today, Qlarion-delivered solutions help citizens get their tax refunds days faster, allow seniors to get the medical care they need, enable American soldiers in Afghanistan to get the ammunition they need, ensure the availability of nation’s energy reserves, provide stability to the nation’s housing market and help large cities respond to major storm events.
Qlarion has successfully delivered over 75 mission-critical analytics projects for clients including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), US Army, Department of Energy, US Postal Service, Internal Revenue Service, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Department of Education, National Institutes of Health (NIH), and many others.