Navigating federal acquisition is complicated.
Before we can define the requirements we ask others to fulfill, we must understand them ourselves. Before selecting a vehicle or contract type, we have to figure out what we’re buying, the acceptable range of quality or interoperability among others, the right price. Should we seek a narrow field armed with data for a fierce negotiation or set a broad field and assess using a rapid evaluation technique?
Chaedrol asks questions until there are answers structured in the form of acquisition plans, of requirements documents, of proposals and the documents with the evaluation board’s findings. We are agnostic to the new or the old school, understand our history, and are ready to deliver today, tomorrow, with purpose.
As managers’ span of supervision expands, their focus must shift
We’re igniting change, not burning the ships.
Chaedrol connects dependencies, prioritizes tasks, and reports across initiatives, pushing work forward.
Chaedrol’s findings recognize legislative and agency oversight require phased, defensible approaches. We explain our thinking and are flexible to changing concerns.
From assisting programs to understand and write requirements, to maximizing the value of recompetes, to providing practitioner bench-strength, Chaedrol supports the full life cycle acquisition services.
Whether using traditional or incremental approaches, we harness data and relationships to reduce uncertainty and improve teams’ performance.