Oxford brings the full range of management consulting capabilities to a variety of IT business situations, addressing the various pain points within federal CIO organizations. The company has helped government clients identify the optimal state of IT transformation for the future, and works with IT executives to develop a blueprint for IT strategic plan implementation in order to help them support federal missions or grow their business. The company focuses on maximizing IT performance improvements, and works with clients to reduce costs via cloud and shared service strategies. “We help executives and IT managers evaluate their specific business case for investment, set up projects for success, and ensure implementation to capture value. Our PMO practice ensures integrators and solution providers are delivering value, and are held accountable to meet milestone objectives via controlled PMBoK-based IT project management office activities,” adds Kelly. Thus, by redesigning the IT organization, and controlling the organizational and governance transformation, Oxford ensures a cost-effective IT investment portfolio and breakthrough IT performance improvements.
Oxford’s public sector consulting practice is focused on providing CIO advisory services to a broad portfolio of government clients that are driven to perform in a constrained fiscal environment. The company provides departmental value to federal cabinet level agencies by delivering businessdriven, cost-sensitive, strategic businessmanagement consulting services.
Oxford’s key strategy to stay ahead in its solution offerings includes a longterm commitment and understanding of the IT portfolios of the agencies they serves. This also involves investing in recruiting, maintaining exceptionaltalent, and offering a consulting environment that allows thought leadership in solving clients’ most challenging issues. The company’s staff maintains an in-depth understanding and knowledge of all OMB-driven federal IT requirements. The staff effectively takes over the burden of IT enterprise framework operations including agency OMB and GAO reporting requirements, annual IT strategic planning requirements, annual EA and IT capital planning requirements, and cyber-based FISMA reporting requirements.
Oxford currently services VA’s VeteransClaimsIntake Program and is working to obtain expanded PMO-based SDVOSB set-aside contract vehicles in 2014 at both the VA and the Department of Homeland Security. Looking ahead, Oxford Government Consulting will continue to grow organically within the agencies it serves, and is working to expand services within VA under the Veterans First Contracting Program.