Federal Government Services
Designed for impact
Deloitte’s Federal Government Services practice—our people, ideas, technology, and outcomes—are all designed for impact. We bring fresh perspective—from inside and outside government—to help solve our nation’s biggest challenges. From cyber and IT modernization to big data and analytics, cloud, anti-fraud, and leadership services, we bring insights from our client experience and research to our consulting and advisory services—to drive bold and lasting results.
Ideas designed for impact
Learn more about our consulting and advisory services:
|Cyber risk: Take a secure, vigilant, and resilient approach to mitigating cyber risk.|
|Cloud: Maximize value by staying in front of emerging cloud technologies and trends.|
|IT modernization: Modernize IT delivery operations to reduce inefficiencies and drive innovation.|
|Digital customer: Meet citizen demands for interactions on par with the private sector – mobile, innovative, and easy to use.
|Workforce of the future: Establish a customer-centric, engaging employee experience to attract and retain the workforce of the future.|
|Shared services: Consolidate separate, overlapping, and duplicative processes within your agency.
People designed for impact
Work with a purpose. We have a passion for serving and providing innovative outcomes that help the government make an impact and improve citizens’ lives.
Meet our featured federal consulting and advisory people below.
Meet Rebecca Lady
Rebecca's primary client is the US Department of Education, an agency with which she now has a decade of experience. Her focus is on processes, protocol, and auditability to support grant-making agencies.
"Serving and collaborating with federal agencies and programs that are mission-focused and socially impactful for our communities is very important to me. This is what I love about my career."—Rebecca Lady, managing director, Deloitte Advisory, Federal Government Services
Meet Will Reynolds
Will joined Deloitte after serving as an officer in the US Army.
“In my last position in the military, I was serving as the deputy ops with JIEDDO, which is the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization. And that's where I was introduced to the whole consultant realm. I realized, ‘Hey, you can contribute to the Department of Defense and federal space as a non-uniformed person.’”—Will Reynolds, manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Federal Government Services
Meet Maggie Fletcher
While Maggie didn’t serve in the military, she feels just as close to the public sector mission. Currently, she supports an intelligence community client, designing and leading labs to solve efficiency and productivity challenges.
“In the Public Sector, our clients are tasked to protect and serve their communities. But at a very basic level, these organizations still need to know how to pay their employees, optimize their performance, and adjust to market pressures, much like any business.”—Maggie Fletcher, senior consultant, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Federal Government Services
Outcomes designed for impact
|Checkmate: Delivering Next-Gen financial intelligence at FinCEN
Deloitte professionals helped The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) design, build, and implement a comprehensive set of crime-fighting tools and technologies, and we helped its organization take advantage of the powerful capabilities these resources provide. We supported FinCEN from project inception through deployment with strategic, technological, operational, and financial intelligence services.
Learn more about our work with FinCEN.
|The Army Publishing Directorate’s ePubs Solution
The Army Publishing Directorate engaged Deloitte to modernize its numerous disconnected legacy systems and technologies so that it could deliver on its mission – managing the Army’s publishing and printing processes – in a more efficient, effective way.
Deloitte implemented an innovative solution, called ePubs, using modern, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products and technologies and deployed the system in only seven months. The solution delivered value in multiple ways:
• Saves money—the new system costs one-tenth of the previous operating budget for legacy systems—which can now be redeployed to other mission work
• New automated workflows improve efficiency by streamlining the approval process and reducing processing times to increase the readiness of Army publications
• Most importantly, one million soldiers and Army personnel worldwide now have access to up-to-date digital content, which is critical for carrying out its mission