DoD acquisition visibility and improved decision making through business intelligence solutions.
HGS developed the Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment (DAVE) to give acquisition executives the analytics and dashboards needed to support the Department's $1.6T portfolio of major programs.
Improved TSA security operations through continuous process improvement.
HGS Lean Six Sigma experts have helped the TSA reduce risk and realize tangible cost savings and operational efficiencies at over 100 airports nationwide.
Innovative training for our nation’s cyber warriors.
HGS applied new research in the neurosciences of learning to design and deliver a 6-month DoD Cyber Operations Academy—resulting in highly proficient cyberspace engineers equipped to solve hard problems.
HGS provided technical solutions in a few short weeks that other vendors supporting my organization struggled with for years.
OUSD AT&L Contracting Officer
We have assigned some very complicated Facilities projects to [the HGS Site Manager] and she has taken on those challenges with gusto. She recently led the major renovation of an Admiral's Flag Suite (a VIP area) that required cross coordination across numerous Departments. She handled the project flawlessly. I have had numerous personnel pull me aside to praise her work.
NCR Facilities Engineer, US Coast Guard HQ
The first run of the course [developed by HGS] produced strong results and positive feedback, with most graduates passing the difficult Offensive Security Professional Certification Exam.
Mr. Frank DiGiovanni, SES - Defense.gov article (2/16/16)
RESTON, VA (March 3, 2016) – Hickory Ground Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce that Janet Spruill, Vice President of Training and Simulation, will assume the role of Conference Chair for the 2016 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). Ms. Spruill, who previously served as the I/ITSEC 2014 Program Chair, has been involved in the I/ITSEC Conference Committee since 2000.
I/ITSEC is the world’s largest and most comprehensive conference and exhibition of modeling, simulation, serious gaming and virtual reality technology and will be held from [...]
HGS was selected as one of 16 organizations awarded a prime contract to support the U.S. Army Materiel Command Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract valued at over $800 million over the next five years. Through AEWD, HGS will develop, test, and demonstrate new technologies related to expeditionary warfare. Expeditionary warfare involves rapidly deployable military forces operating overseas and away from their bases. The HGS team will participate in applied research, advanced technology solutions, and operational systems development in [...]