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Company Identification:

EIN: 84-3978142

Cage Code: 8WS02

DUNS: 117339801

 

Bureau of Industry and Security:

SNAP-R – Registered – S725757

US Export Control Certification

ACE Secure Data Portal – Active

 

SAM Government Website:  Registered

Cage Code:  8WS02

 

NAICS Code Primary Description
334511   Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing
423430   Computer and Computer Peripheral Equipment and Software Merchant Wholesalers
481219   Other Nonscheduled Air Transportation
488119   Other Airport Operations
541611 Yes Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541613   Marketing Consulting Services
541614   Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services
541618   Other Management Consulting Services
611420   Computer Training
611430   Professional and Management Development Training
611512   Flight Training
811118   Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and Maintenance
811310   Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance

The Operational Tool Chest: The DNA to Successful Organizations

Through years of working within many different organizations, I realized all my roles depended on a recurring concept of policies & procedures. This was true no matter the organization, my position, or the industry. My experience ranged from technical support, technical field lead, project manager, support manager, business consulting, consulting management, account management and a few others. In every organization, I encountered through these roles, there was never an overall owner of any of these processes. Each individual, group, or department was responsible for their own design and implementation of their policies & procedures. The entities developed their policies and procedures without consideration of what other groups or departments were doing. When there was a concern, it often resulted in a discrepancy and ultimate agreements to disagree. After investigating a solution, I began to understand there was a role which solved this constant issue. Quickly I realized this was an often-misunderstood role. With this knowledge, I made it my mission to become an effective operations manager and wrote The operational Tool chest: The DNA to Successful Organization.